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  The World Series of Blackjack is a televised blackjack tournament created and produced by the cable network GSN. It is a closed tournament; players are either invited to play or can attempt to win a spot via a satellite tournament. Rounds are edited into 1-hour episodes and broadcast on GSN. Matt Vasgersian and Max Rubin provided commentary for the first two seasons. Tiki Arsenault was the dealer for Season 1 as Deanna Bacon was the dealer for Seasons 2 and 3 while Jessica Knight was the dealer for Season 4.

  Season 1 premiered on weekly from March 15, 2004 to April 26, 2004 with a co-host, Melana Scantlin.

  Season 2 premiered on weekly from January 21, 2005 to April 22, 2005 with a new co-host, Megan Riordan.

  Season 3 premiered on weekly from June 5, 2006 to September 4, 2006 as part of GSN’s Casino Night (retooled, with High Stakes Poker, as Vegas Night) programming block, with new hosts John Fugelsang and Ben Mezrich.

  Season 4 premiered on GSN from June 4, 2007 to August 27, 2007. A field of 40 players, including Celebrity Blackjack champion Caroline Rhea, baseball star Orel Hershiser and magician Penn Jillette competed for a $1 million prize pool. Vasgersian returned as commentator.

  1 Rules

  2 Season 1 results

  3 Season 2 results

  4 Season 3 results

  5 Season 4 results

  6 See also

  7 References

  8 External links

  The rules (as of season 4) are as follows:

  Each player begins with $100,000 in chips ($10,000 in chips in Season 1).

  The initial minimum bet is $1,000, the maximum bet is $50,000 (minimum bet is $100, the max bet is $5,000 in Season 1).

  There are six decks.

  Each player gets one “Burger King Power Chip” per round, which allows a player to switch one card with the next card in the shoe. If used on a double-down hand, the player may look at the double-down card and replace it if desired. The power chip was added as of season three.

  There are two “knockout cards” in the shoe. Once a knockout card is drawn, the player with the lowest amount of chips after the next hand is eliminated. After the first knockout card, the minimum bet increases to $2,500, after the second, the bet increases to $5,000. The deck is shuffled after each knockout card. If there are only four players when the first is drawn and three when the second is drawn, no players are eliminated, but the minimum bet still increases. The knockout cards also appeared first in season three.

  Players can split, double-down, and insure for less than their bet.

  Players can double-down on anything.

  Surrendering the hand is legal, which allows players to give up half their bet and concede the hand.

  If a player can’t make the minimum bet, they are eliminated.

  Blackjack pays 3 to 2, dealer must stand on all 17s and higher (including soft hands).

  After 30 hands in Season 1, the player with the most chips wins.

  After 25 hands in Season 2-4, the player with the most chips wins.

  The World Series of Blackjack Tournament was held at Mohegan Sun Casino & Resort in Connecticut. First place will win $10,000 and move on to the Final table while Second place will win $5,000 and move on to the Wild Card table. The winner of the Wild Card table will move on to the Final table. First place at the Final table will win $100,000 USD grand prize.

  Round

  Winner

  Runner-Up

  Other Players

  Round 1

  Regina Guzior

  Michael Konik

  James Grosjean

  Anthony Curtis

  Connie Desimone

  Round 2

  ”MIT Mike” Aponte

  ”Hollywood” Dave Stann

  Ken Einiger

  Joanna “Queen of Spades” W.

  Susan Pikor

  Round 3

  Micky Rosa

  Bobby J.

  Bradley Peterson

  Cathy Hulbert

  Ashwin Patel

  Round 4

  Jimmy Pine

  Previn Mankodi

  Stanford Wong

  Ann Van Dyke

  Nick Dillon

  Round 5

  Ken Smith

  Richard Munchkin

  Jane Gamble

  Franky DeRocco

  Skip Samad

  Wild Card Round

  ”Hollywood” Dave Stann

  Bobby J.

  Michael Konik

  Previn Mankodi

  Richard Munchkin

  Finals

  ”MIT Mike” Aponte

  ”Hollywood” Dave Stann

  Jimmy Pine

  Micky Rosa

  Regina Guzior

  Ken Smith

  Mike Aponte, a former member of the MIT Blackjack Team, won the Season 1 championship and $100,000.

  The World Series of Blackjack Tournament was held at Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. First place will move on to the Semi-Final table while Second place will move on to the Wild Card table. The winner of the Wild Card table will move on to the Semi-Final table. The top two finishers in the Semi-Final table will move on to the Final table for chance at winning $250,000 USD grand prize. First place at the Final table will win $250,000 USD grand prize.

  Round

  Winner

  Runner-Up

  Other Players

  Round 1

  Kevin Blackwood

  ”Hollywood” Dave Stann

  Joe Pane

  Rene Angelil

  Katya Underhill

  Round 2

  Leann Moell

  Charlene Ono

  Ken Smith

  Russ Hamilton

  Marshall Sylver

  Round 3

  Stanford Wong

  Robert Blechman

  Regina Guzior

  Richard Taraska

  Nicki Vermeulen

  Round 4

  Kami Lis

  Nancy Kubasek

  Rick Blaine

  Michael Konik

  Henry Tamburin

  Wild Card Round 1

  Charlene Ono

  ”Hollywood” Dave Stann

  Nancy Kubasek

  Robert Blechman

  Round 6

  Anthony Curtis

  Erica Schoenberg

  Tyrone Washington

  Rick Swogger

  David Page

  Round 7

  Rick Jensen

  Ken Einiger

  Angie “Moneytaker” Hardy

  Jimmy Pine

  Jean Scott

  Round 8

  Viktor Nacht

  Micky Rosa

  Chuck Gorson

  Joe Maloof

  Lorna Fox

  Round 9

  Jason Geraci

  Michelle Richards

  ”MIT” Mike Aponte

  Eric Kiel

  Brian Zembic

  Wild Card Round 2

  Ken Einiger

  Micky Rosa

  Erica Schoenberg

  Michelle Richards

  Semi-Final

  Rick Jensen

  Ken Einiger

  Anthony Curtis

  Viktor Nacht

  Semi-Final

  Stanford Wong

  Kami Lis

  Kevin Blackwood

  Leann Moell

  Finals

  Ken Einiger

  Kami Lis

  Stanford Wong

  Rick Jensen

  Ken Einiger claimed the Season 2 championship, winning $250,000.

  The World Series of Blackjack Tournament was held at Hilton Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. First place will move on to the Semi-Final table while Second place will move on to the Wild Card table. The winner of the Wild Card table will move on to the Semi-Final table. The top two finishers in the Semi-Final table will move on to the Final table for chance at winning $500,000 USD grand prize. First place at the Final table will win $500,000 USD grand prize.

  Round

  Winner

  Runner-Up

  Other Players

  Round 1

  Paul Haas

  Tommy Dyer

  John Grannis

  Sheila Taylor

  Ken Einiger

  Round 2

  Charlie Montoya

  Kami Lis

  Anthony Lu

  Steve Bortle

  Darrell Arnold

  Round 3

  Jeff Bernstein

  Angie “Moneytaker” Hardy

  Jamie Root

  David Weston

  Mano Fuentes

  Round 4

  Henry Tran

  Randy Driggers

  Jennifer Ortega

  Ted Coustenis

  Tommy Connor

  Round 5

  Tony Duong

  John Payne

  Shawn Crowder

  Vicki Reed

  ”Hollywood” Dave Stann

  Round 6

  Dominick Haven

  Ken Smith

  Paul Eckstein

  Val Hunter

  Elie Karam

  Round 7

  Pat Nicholas

  Henry Fletcher

  Mikki Padilla

  Frank Calderone

  David Matthews

  Round 8

  ”Razor” Rob Boisvert

  Erica Schoenberg

  Marshall E. Lafferty

  Scottie Black

  Randy Joyce

  Wild Card Round 1

  Kami Lis

  Randy Driggers

  Ken Smith

  Tommy Dyer

  Tommy Connor1

  Wild Card Round 2

  John Payne

  Jamie Root1

  Erica Schoenberg

  Angie Hardy

  Henry Fletcher

  Semi-Final 1

  Jeff Bernstein

  John Payne

  Henry Tran

  Paul Haas

  Pat Nicholas

  Semi-Final 2

  Kami Lis

  Charlie Montoya

  Tony Duong

  Dominick Haven

  Rob Boisvert

  Finals

  Jeff Bernstein

  Tony Duong2

  John Payne

  Kami Lis

  Charlie Montoya

  Dr. Jeff Bernstein claimed the Season 3 championship, winning the $500,000 grand prize.

  1Qualified for Wild Card Round through random drawing among all 3rd-5th place preliminary finishers.

  2Qualified for Final Table through random drawing among all 3rd-5th place semi-final finishers.

  The World Series of Blackjack Tournament was held at Hilton Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. First place will move on to the Semi-Final table while Second place will move on to the Wild Card table. The winner of the Wild Card table will move on to the Semi-Final table. The top two finishers in the Semi-Final table will move on to the Final table for chance at winning $500,000 USD grand prize. First place at the Final table will win $500,000 USD grand prize.

  Round

  Winner

  Runner-Up

  Other Players

  Round 1

  George Mandilaras

  Phil Dunaway

  Tiffany Michelle

  Christiane Hogenbirk

  Jeff Bernstein

  Round 2

  Jeff Swenson

  Kami Lis

  Lon Johnson

  Juan Cloud

  Joe Malc

  Round 3

  Alice Walker

  Norm Sheridan

  Joe Fisher

  Kacie Bergeron

  ”Hollywood” Dave Stann

  Round 4

  Salomon Cohen-Botbol

  Rick Jensen

  Orel Hershiser

  Philip Richman

  Mikki Sullivan

  Round 5

  Jarek Markowiak

  Darrell Arnold

  Caroline Rhea

  Hans Schmid

  Eli Haber

  Round 6

  T. J. Boros

  Marlin Horseman

  Penn Jillette

  Ken Smith

  Helen Ho

  Round 7

  Kristine Johnson

  Rick Fortin

  Ken Einiger

  Don Rebentisch

  Joe Reitman

  Round 8

  Marvin Ornstein

  Dannye Long

  Henry Tran

  Angelo Merkouris

  Shannon Elizabeth

  Wild Card Round 1

  Rick Fortin

  Darrell Arnold

  Henry Tran1

  Dannye Long

  Kami Lis

  Wild Card Round 2

  Marlin Horseman

  Christianne Hogenbirk1

  Rick Jensen

  Norm Sheridan

  Phil Dunaway

  Semi-Final 1

  Rick Fortin

  Kristine Johnson

  Marvin Ornstein

  T. J. Boros

  Salomon Cohen-Botbol

  Semi-Final 2

  Alice Walker

  Marlin Horseman

  Jarek Markowiak

  George Mandilaras

  Jeff Swenson

  Finals

  Alice Walker

  Marlin Horseman

  Rick Fortin

  Kristine Johnson

  T. J. Boros2

  Alice Walker (who had previously won GSN’s million-dollar Three card poker championship) took first place and $500,000.

  1Qualified for Wild Card Round through random drawing among all 3rd-5th place preliminary finishers.

  2Qualified for final table through random drawing among all 3rd-5th places semi-final finishers

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