TEXAS HOLD'EM (No-Limit) $10,000
(day two of four)
TOTAL PRIZE MONEY - $3,500,000 PRIZE MONEY TO DATE - $12,482,000
The Money List
Notable Bustouts
Live From the 'Shoe
The Play-by-Play

The View from the Rail


On Day One, you play your brains out. You know the meaning of every twitch, blink and cough of your table mates. You know these players better than you know your third child.

Forget them.

They've given you all new partners for Day Two.

Out of 350 starters in Day One, 198 players survive the first cut. In another 12 hours, 171 of those will have bled to death.

In the Big Dance, they only pay 27 dancers. Everyone else pays them.


The bust out hands of players that follow, are of players we know. Most of the details were given to us by a player at the bust out table, after the fact, and may not be completely accurate.

  • We'll start the countdown to pay dirt with 60 players left.
  • 60th - Yosh Nakano. He's all-in with 7's, Dan Harrington calls with 10 8 and flops and 8.
  • 59th - Dave "Devilfish" Ulliot. He bets his 3's. Jimmy Cha calls with A 3. An Ace flops.
  • 58th - Larry Satterwhite. A K against Vasilis Lazarou's 8's.
  • 57th - John Gordon. He doesn't show his hand when Sam Chehab has Aces.
  • 56th - John Heaney. He has Jacks, Paul Kroh has 3's and catches a 3.
  • 55th - H.R. Smith. He's all-in with J 8 of Spades. Eskimo Clark calls with A J.
  • We break down to Six Tables
  • 54th - Jimmy Cha. He has A Q and goes all-in for $30,000. Pat Fleming calls with 8 7 off. Fleming catches 8 7 8 7. Honest!
  • 53rd - Huck Seed. Huck's K Q loses to an A K.
  • 52nd - J P Massar. His A K loses to Mike Laing's A Q when a Queen turns.
  • 51th - Hal Kant. His A Q is called by James Brown's J 10. Q J 10 fall.
  • 50th - Mark Napolitano. His 9's on the button lose to Aces in the big blind.
  • 49th - Chau Giang. His A J is called by Vasilis Lazarou's A 3 who gets a 3.
  • 48th - Earl Key. Earl doesn't raise on the button with Q J. Kathy Liebert in the big blind with 7 4 of Clubs catches a flush.
  • 47th - Frank Henderson. A no show when Mark Weitzman has K K.
  • 46th - Blair Rodman. Blair's pocket tens flopped top set against Tony Ma's A 6 of diamonds. Blair called all-in on the flop, and runner, runner diamonds eliminated Blair.
  • Five Tables now
  • 45th - David Tavernier. His A 9 finds Paul Kroh with Aces.
  • 44th - Dan Harrington. The former Champion doesn't show his hand when Lew Fleming has Queens and flops trips.
  • 43rd - Freddy Deeb. A no show when Mark Weitzman has J's. Board is rags.
  • 42nd - Frank Wong. His 10 9 is called by Mike Laing with A 6.
  • 41st - Steve Pestal. A no show when Scotty Nguyen has Queens.
  • 40th - Tibor Tolnai. A no show when Tommy Jin Joo has Jacks and a Jack flops.
  • 39th - Tommy Hufnagle. All-in with 10 9. Mike Magee has Jacks.
  • 38th - Vasilis Lazarou. Loses to a higher flush when four diamonds come.
  • 37th - Debbie Burkhead. Her A 6 of Diamonds loses to Jack Fox's Kings.
  • Four Tables, only one table to lose before payday.
  • 36th - Tony Ma calls David Mosley all-in with the 7 6 of Hearts. Mosley has 8's.
  • 35th - Lew Fleming loses with a set over a set.
  • 34th - Pat Fleming has Kings against Kathy Liebert's 9's. Kathy makes a set.
  • 33rd - Hertzel Zalewsky has A 6 of Hearts, and is called by Barry Schwartz with Q J. Two Queens fall.
  • 32nd - Tony Chaskelson has J 10 and is called by Mark Weitzman with A Q.
  • 31st - Sam Chaheb has A 4 of Diamonds and is called by Tommy Jin Joo's K Q of Spades. An Ace flops with two spades. A spade turns.
  • 30th - Barry Schwartz goes all-in with 10's and is called by Sooyoung Kim's Kings.

29th - James Brown is the shortest stack. He has to make a move. Under the gun he goes all-in with a pair of 6's. T J Cloutier calls with A J. Both an Ace and a Jack flop to set up our dramatic finish.

With one player to eliminate, Jan Lundberg is the first to make a move. He goes all-in with pocket Queens. David Mosley calls with pocket 10's. Jan doubles up and is out of danger.

Very much in danger is Mark Brochard. With only $24,500, Bouchard is the shortest stack. Mark is less than three rounds away from being blinded and anted out of the game. If he and everyone else fails to play a hand, Mark has to lose.

But the 28th and last player out of the money is not Mark Bouchard, it's Mike Magee.

Magee has the button and an idea. Everyone would be playing extra tight with only one player to go. No one had made a significant bet in front of him. This was the time to pick up some easy cash. Magee started the hand with about $60,000 and raised all-in pre flop.

It was just what Jack Fox had been hoping for. This was a situation Jack had dreamt he'd be in. You limp, a shorter stack goes all-in and there are no other callers.

Jack Fox had slow played Aces in front of Mike Magee.

Fox has to have the best hand before the flop. If Magee has Aces also, Fox would only have to worry about a four flush on board. If he loses the hand, he's still not busted. If he wins, he and 26 others are in the money.

Now it was time to turn over cards. Mike Magee hesitates, then shows the K J of hearts.

The crowd gasps. Jack Fox claps his hands.

The flop comes 2 5 3 rainbow with one heart. The railbirds are craning their necks to see the action. Jack McClelland announces the flop and then says "Jack Fox has the best hand so far."

The turn is the King of Spades.

Jack says "Mike Magee needs a King or a Jack."

Jack Fox doesn't want to watch the river card fall. Five outs is five outs too many for him, he turns away from the table and looks up as if he is praying.

The river card is a 6.

Mark Brochard and Jack Fox can breath again. Mike Magee suddenly can't.


By the end of Day Two you've danced with so many partners you wouldn't know a tell from a rumor. You've not only played your brains out, you've played your heart out as well.

They were shipping players to your table faster than an assembly line. You knocked them out as fast as they came. You've forgotten how many times you've had to switch tables yourself.

But now you can see everyone. More importantly, you can see everyone's stacks.

In the dance of the musical tables, there are only three tables left. You are one of only 27 with a seat. For your guile, skill and luck you are going to get paid, no matter what. You can't lose, you can only win bigger.

You've succeeded where 323 others have failed. But that was only the first goal.

Now it's time to get serious. Now it's time to get to the Final Table.

1998 WSOP $10,000 Championship Event
End of Day 2 - Chip Positions

1.Scotty NguyenHenderson NV$286,000
2.Bobby HoffCerritos CA265,000
3.Dewey WeumMonona WI262,000
4.T.J. CloutierDallas TX216,000
5.Paul KrohLogandale NV185,500
6.Mike LaingFranklin PA181,000
7.Vince BurgioWest Hills CA180,500
8.Jack KellerLake Cormorant MS137,500
9.Kevin McBrideBoca Raton FL132,000
10.Ben RobertsLondon ENG132,000
11.Eskimo ClarkNew Orleans LA129,500
12.Jack FoxReno NV125,000
13.Mark WeitzmanLong Beach CA122,500
14.Lee SalemSan Diego CA120,500
15.David KimAtherton CA118,000
16.Kathy LiebertLas Vegas106,000
17.Jan LundbergLondon ENG101,000
18.Tommy Jin JooNew York NY100,500
19.Sooyoung KimKent WA95,000
20.Susie IsaacsLas Vegas92,500
21.Paul McKinneyKingsport TN91,000
22.Rod PeateRedondo Beach CA90,500
23.Thor HansenOslo NORWAY67,000
24.Farzad BonyadiLos Angeles CA55,200
25.David MoselyLondon ENG47,500
26.Trai "Danny" DangLos Angeles CA41,000
27.Mark BrochardParis FRANCE24,500


It was cool and windy in Las Vegas today. The Temperature sign atop Binion's Horseshoe read 66 degrees at 11:00 AM on Tuesday morning. The sky was overcast and the wind was out of the SW at 10 to 30 mph.

We got down to 27 players at about 1:00 AM on Wednesday, and the roads were wet out, so there had been some rain during Day 2.


The official number of entries for the $10,000 Championship Event is now 350, rather than the 352 that was reported yesterday. Stu Ungar was eliminated from the Entry list, and someone else also. No one at the Horseshoe is sure who was eliminated, so our list is still at 351, until/unless we can identify the missing entrant.


Don Larrimore advises me that he has changed his count of lady entrants from 14 to 13.

Kathy Liebert and Susie Isaacs are the only two ladies to make the final 27.


Susie's performance yesterday was amazing. Susie had ended Day 1 with only $4,250 in chips, and seemed doomed to an early exit. But she hung in there, won several big all-in pots, and made the money.

Susie doubled through on two huge pots, where she held pocket Kings. On the first one, she was all-in against Tibor Tolnai's pocket Queens and spiked a King on the river, after a Queen had come on the turn. The second time she was also all-in, and won with a full house, but it was a scary one. Aces full of Kings.


Another amazing performance was turned in by Jack Keller. Jack had been one of the chip leaders all through Day 1 and Day 2, until he lost a big pot late into Day 2. With around 40 players left, Scotty Nguyen raises about $120,000 all-in pre-flop with A K, and Jack calls with pocket sixes. An Ace comes on the river, and Jack is very, very unhappy, and only has about $17,000 left.

It appears that Jack then went on major tilt, but perhaps not. Apparently there was method to his madness. He moved all of his chips into the pot on the next couple of hands, and many, many times during the next half hour or so. Within an hour at the most, Jack had regained all of his lost chips. Simply amazing.


T.J. Cloutier had also been a chip leader all day, getting up around $200,000 very late in Day 1. Then he lost a couple of pots and only had around $100,000 with about 30 players remaining.

At that time, T.J. with an Q 10, played a hand against Ben Roberts who had around $250,000 in chips and an A Q. The flop was Q J X, and T.J. raised all-in and was called by Ben. A ten on the river kept T.J. in the tournament, and moved him back up among the chip leaders.


ESPN will be doing TV coverage of the Final Table of the $10,000 Championship event, and it is scheduled to be aired on 12 July.

The Final Table will be held in the Special Events room (which has been the location of the 20 table Poker room during the 1998 WSOP) and Vince Van Patten will be the Celebrity Host for the telecast. Bleachers will surround the Final Table in the Special Events room, and a large screen TV will be set up in the Tournament Pavilion.


First 20 Events: $8,982,000 (1998) vs $9,139,000 (1997)


Unknown20 Minutes
Barry Shulman20 Minutes
Ray Dehkharghani20 Minutes
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Phil Tanner20 Minutes
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Thi Thi Tran20 Minutes
Phil Tanner20 Minutes
Paul Kroh20 Minutes
Joe Macchiaverna20 Minutes
Joe Gualtieri20 Minutes
Ron Stanley20 Minutes
Mike Schichtman20 minutes



1.Brent Carter
2.Randy Holland
3.Gary Lent
4.Hieu Ma
5.Milt Meyers
6.Marsha Waggoner
7.Michael Pancer
8.Bob Walker
9.David Tagg
10.Steve Kaufman
11.Barbara Enright
12.Steve Rydel
13.Joe Baumgartner
14.R. London
15.Paul Hoenke
16.Allen Cunningham
17.John Bonetti
18.Frank Hernandez
19.R.W. Miller
20.Men "The Master" Nguyen
21.Casey Kastle
22.J.C. Pearson
23.John Morgan
24.Jim Bechtel
25.Peter Vilandos
26.Bill Lester
27.Cliff Davis
28.Debbie Burkhead
29.James Brown
30.Jack Green
31.Peter Brehm
32.Don Barton
33.John Richman
34.Luis Santoni
35.Jack Fox
36.Flan "Irish Mike" Pilkington
37.Chris "Jesus" Ferguson
38.O'Neil Longson
39.Thor Hansen
40.Frank Landen
41.Greg Turk
42.John Gledhill
43.Ralph Hoots
44.David Rubin
45.Justin Westmoreland
46.John Juanda
47."Super" Mario Esquerra
48.Jim Bayton
49.Doug Segers
50.John Spadaveccia
51.Greg Alston
52.Jan Lundberg
53."Miami" John Cernuto
54.John Heaney
55.Don Holt
56.John Gordon
57.Kent Hori
58.Fariborz Azima
59.Hans "Tuna" Lund
60.Bob Karp
61.Erik Seidel
62.David Welch
63.Rick Young
64.Asher Derei
65.Charles Watkins
66.Paul Honas
67.Paul Ladanyi
68.Blair Rodman
69.Huck Seed
70.LA Hung
71.Frank Wong
72.Bill Gazes
73.Tony Lantz
74.Brian Kruger
75.Bob Loar
76.Jim Karambinis
77.Howard Lederer
78.Robert Perry
79.Larry Satterwhite
80.Andy Lin
81.Chris Tsiprailidis
82.Louis Asmo
83.Lucy Rokach
84.Scott Gray
85.Kevin Song
86.Nhut Tran
87.Lee Watkinson
88.Roy Flowerday
90.William Strother
91.H.R. Smith
92.Mark Rose
93.Mark Napolitano
94.Amarillo "Slim" Preston
95."Q" Knopow
96.Richard Harroch
97.Gary Haubelt
98.Bruce Yamron
99.Gus Echeverri
100.Andrew Black
101.Junior Sample
102.Tom Jacobs
103.Matt Lefkowitz
104.Michael Konik
105.Susie Isaacs
106.Dana Ronald
107.Pete Haugan
108.John Franjesh
109.Fred Sigur
110.Paul Martin
111.Richard Tatalovich
112.Earl Key
113.David Roepke
114.Randall Skaggs
115.Robert Kojfer
116.Max Stern
117.David "Devil Fish" Ulliott
118.Paul Rowe
119.John Aglialoro
120.Jim Ward
121.An Tran
122.Al Stonum
123.John Galbraith
124.Jack Culp
125.Ralph Perivoskin
126.Phil Hellmuth Jr.
127Gorden L. Hall
128.William Lamkin
129.Alan Goehring
130.Don Thompson
131.Vasilios Lazarou
132.Mike Laing
133.Pat Fleming
134.Ron Weaver
135.Sven Arntzen
136.David Tavernier
137.Steve Lott
138.Hershey Entin
139.Ken Lenaard
140.Barry Shulman
141.Berry Johnston
142.Ron Stanley
143.Kathy Kolberg
144.Todd Brunson
145.Oklahoma Johnny Hale
146.Mike Caro
147.Doyle Brunson
148.Crews Johnston
149.Mike Magee
150.Bruno Fitoussi
151.Martin Canavan
152.John Goodfellow
153.J.P. Massar
154.John Strzemp
155.Judge Thumand
156.Ronnie Williams
157.David Momico
158.Xanthos Charalambos
159.Jim Maschler
160.Tony Chaskelson
161.Andy Bloch
162.Jimmy Cha
163.Tam Van Nguyen
164.Jeff Rothstein
165.Matt Damon
166.Edward Norton
167.T.J. Cloutier
168.Phil Mazzela
169.Chau Giang
170.Cesare Poggi
171.Jim Tarr
172.Lamar Wilkinson
173.Alan Brodsky
174.Edgar Barham
175.Andre Boyer
176.Mickey Appleman
177.Billy Baxter
178.Gus Friedman
180.Martyn Wilson
181.Bob Feduniak
182.Sam Grizzle
183.Ken Buntjer
184.Surinder Sunar
185.Annie Duke
186.Dan Negreanu
187.Alan Tessler
188.Steve Brecher
189.Ken Flayton
190.Fred Brown
191.Tom McCormick
192.Alex Brenes
193.Pascal Perrault
194.Charles Wight
195.Tommy Grimes
196.Paul Begun
197.Jason Lester
198.Dean Potashner
199.Don Coates
200.Frank Edinger
201.Barry "Doc" Schwartz
202.Ralph Levine
203.Dan Brings
204.Bobby Hoff
205.Jennifer Harmon
206.Lyle Berman
207.Bob Stupak
208.Marko Trapani
209.Russ Hamilton
210.Sreve Zolotow
211.Jack Keller
212.Barry Greenstein
213.Mike Markos
214.Phyllis Meyers
215.John Esposito
216.David Mosley
217.Steve Pestal
218.Mike Sexton
219.Mike Schichtman
220.Dennis Seagle
221.Jason Gray
222.Lee Wosk
223.Hal Kant
224.John Bradley
225.Ken Jacobs
226.Scotty Nguyen
227.Fred David
228.Benjamin Roberts
229.Harry Thomas
230.Vic Kramer
231.Jeff Norman
232.Kevin McBride
233.Bruce Atkinson
234.Jim Waltenburg
235.Steve Melton
236.Phat Lam
237.Jaggi Alphons
238.Robert Redman
239.Paul Kroh
240.Albert Joseph Ethier
241.Jesse Jones
242.Bruce Van Horn
243.Perry Green
244.Al Emerson
245.Tom McEvoy
246.Chris Bjorin
247.Matk Kroon
248.Joel Nacht
249.Gene Harris
250.Fred Saliba
251.George McKeever
252.Rickie Walden
253.Roger Moore
254.Bill Boston
255.Noli Francisco
256.Cindy Violette
257.Buddy Williams
258.Paul McKinney
259.Tom Franklin
260.Bill Argyros
261.Vince Burgio
262.Carl McKelvy
263.Dan Harrington
264.Bobby Baldwin
265.Frank Henderson
266.Mel Judah
267.Tab Thiptinnakon
268.Glen Cozzen
269.Bruce Corman
270.Donnie Robinson
271.Walter Threadgill
272.Hilbert Shirey
273.Tony Hartman
274.Lian Flood
275.Dan Heimiller
276.Roy Thung
277.Don O'Dea
278.Duane Tomko
279.Mark Weitzman
280.Morris Kessler
281.Percy Chen
282.Dolph Arnold
283.Hamid Dastmalchi
284.Bob Ensley
285.Dewey Weum
286.Matti Kuortti
287.Freddy Deeb
289.Gus Jacobson
290.Jack Ward
291.KAthy Liebert
292.Michael Finn
293.Rod Peate
294.Christopher Smith
295.Edward Stevens
296.Larry Beilfuss
297.David Cleary
298.Michael Bittan
299.John Shipley
300.Julien Studley
301.Scott Byron
302.Robert Turner
303.Johnny Chan
304.Jay Heimowitz
305.Marc Jean Brochard
306.Bjorn Janson
301.Tam Duong
308.Caesar Como
309.Mark Straus
310.Mori Eskandani
311.Mark Edwards
312.Chehab Hassan
314.Brian Koppelman
315.Tommy Huffnagle
316.Jaime Ligator
317.Larry Sigety
318.Shelby Parrot
319.Catherine Brown
320.Richard Klamian
321.Tibor Tolnai
322.David Chiu
323.Garland Walters
324.Lee Salem
325.Yosh Nakano
326.Jose Rosenkrantz
327.David Kim
328.J.J. Volpe
329.Mike Hart
330.Fred Bonyadi
331.Patrick Bruel
332.Cal Dykes
333.Dick Carson
334.Humberto Brenes
335.Gary Solomons
336.Derrick Baxter
337.Al DeCarlo
338.David Grey
339.Lewis Fleming
340.Mel Wiener
341.Layne Flack
342.Ali Farsai
343.Keith Sexton
344.Ted Forrest
345.Henry Orenstein
346.Tommy Jin-Joo
347.Robert Clark
348.Soo Young Kim
349.Hertzel Zalewski
350.Men Thoai Ly
351.Lazarou Anastassion
352.Pat Callihan
353.Maureen Pang Feduniak
354.Danny Dang
355.Robert Kennewick


John Aglialoro
Jaggi Alphons
Greg Alston
Lazarou Anastassion
Mickey Appleman
Bill Argyros
Dolph Arnold
Sven Arntzen
Derei Asher
Louis Asmo
Bruce Atkinson
Fariborz Azima
Bobby Baldwin
Edgar Barham
Don Barton
Joe Baumgartner
Billy Baxter
Derrick Baxter
Jim Bayton
Jim Bechtel
Paul Begun
Larry Beilfuss
Lyle Berman
Michael Bittan
Chris Bjorin
Andrew Black
Andy Bloch
John Bonetti
Fred Bonyadi
Bill Boston
Andre Boyer
John Bradley
Steve Brecher
Peter Brehm
Alex Brenes
Humberto Brenes
Dan Brings
Marc Jean Brochard
Alan Brodsky
Catherine Brown
Fred Brown
Jim Brown
Patrick Bruel
Doyle Brunson
Todd Brunson
Ken Buntjer
Vince Burgio
Debbie Burkhead
Scott Byron
Pat Callihan
Martin Canavan
Mike Caro
Dick Carson
Brent Carter
"Miami" John Cernuto
Jimmy Cha
Johnny Chan
Xanthos Charalambos
Tony Chaskelson
Percy Chen
David Chiu
Paul "Eskimo" Clark
Robert Clark
David Cleary
T.J. Cloutier
Don Coates
Caesar Como
Bruce Corman
Glen Cozzen
Jack Culp
Allen Cunningham
Matt Damon
Danny Dang
Hamid Dastmalchi
Fred David
Cliff Davis
Al DeCarlo
Freddy Deeb
Annie Duke
Tam Duong
Cal Dykes
Gus Echeverri
Frank Edinger
Mark Edwards
Al Emerson
Barbara Enright
Bob Ensley
Hershey Entin
Mori Eskandani
John Esposito
Super Mario Esquerra
Albert Joseph Ethier
Ali Farsai
Bob Feduniak
Maureen Pang Feduniak
Chris "Jesus" Ferguson
Michael Finn
Bruno Fitoussi
Layne Flack
Ken Flayton
Pat Fleming
Lewis Flemming
Lian Flood
Roy Flowerday
Ted Forrest
Jack Fox
Noli Francisco
John Franjesh
Tom Franklin
Gus Friedman
John Galbraith
Bill Gazes
Chau Giang
John Gledhill
Alan Goehring
John Goodfellow
John Gordon
Jason Gray
Scott Gray
Jack Green
Perry Green
Barry Greenstein
David Grey
Tommy Grimes
Sam Grizzle
Oklahoma Johnny Hale
Gorden L. Hall
Russ Hamilton
Thor Hansen
Jennifer Harmon
Dan Harrington
Gene Harris
Richard Harroch
Mike Hart
Tony Hartman
Chehab Hassan
Gary Haubelt
Pete Haugan
John Heaney
Dan Heimiller
Jay Heimowitz
Phil Hellmuth Jr.
Frank Henderson
Frank Hernandez
Paul Hoenke
Bobby Hoff
Randy Holland
Don Holt
Paul Honas
Ralph Hoots
Kent Hori
Tommy Huffnagle
LA Hung
Susie Isaacs
Gus Jacobson
Ken Jacobs
Tom Jacobs
Bjorn Janson
Tommy Jin-Joo
Berry Johnston
Crews Johnston
Jesse Jones
Mel Judah
Hal Kant
Casey Kastle
Steve Kaufman
"Q" Knopow
Paul Kroh
John Juanda
Jim Karambinis
Bob Karp
Jack Keller
Robert Kennewick
Morris Kessler
Earl Key
David Kim
Soo Young Kim
Richard Klamian
Robert Kojfer
Kathy Kolberg
Michael Konik
Brian Koppelman
Vic Kramer
Mark Kroon
Brian Kruger
Matti Kuortti
Paul Ladanyi
Mike Laing
Phat Lam
William Lamkin
Frank Landen
Tony Lantz
Vasilios Lazarou
Howard Lederer
Matt Lefkowitz
Ken Lenaard
Gary Lent
Bill Lester
Jason Lester
Ralph Levine
Kathy Liebert
Jaime Ligator
Andy Lin
Bob Loar
R. London
O'Neil Longson
Steve Lott
Hans "Tuna" Lund
Jan Lundberg
Men Thoai Ly
Hieu Ma
Mike Magee
Mike Markos
Paul Martin
Jim Masclher
J.P. Massar
Phil Mazzela
Kevin McBride
Tom McCormick
Tom McEvoy
George McKeever
Carl McKelvy
Paul McKinney
Steve Melton
Milt Meyers
Phyllis Meyers
R.W. Miller
David Momico
Roger Moore
John Morgan
David Mosley
Joel Nacht
Yosh Nakano
Mark Napolitano
Dan Negreanu
Jeff Norman
Edward Norton
Men Nguyen
Scotty Nguyen
Tam Van Nguyen
Don O'Dea
Henry Orenstein
Michael Pancer
Shelby Parrot
J.C. Pearson
Rod Peate
Robert Perry
Ralph Perivoskin
Pascal Perrault
Steve Pestal
Flan "Irish Mike" Pilkington
Cesare Poggi
Dean Potashner
Amarillo "Slim" Preston
Robert Redman
John Richman
Benjamin Roberts
Donnie Robinson
Blair Rodman
David Roepke
Lucy Rokach
Dana Ronald
Mark Rose
Jose Rosenkrantz
Jeff Rothstein
Paul Rowe
David Rubin
Steve Rydel
Lee Salem
Fred Saliba
Junior Sample
Luis Santoni
Larry Satterwhite
Mike Schichtman
Barry "Doc" Schwartz
Dennis Seagle
Huck Seed
Erik Seidel
Doug Segers
Keith Sexton
Mike Sexton
John Shipley
Hilbert Shirey
Barry Shulman
Larry Sigety
Fred Sigur
Randall Skaggs
Christopher Smith
H.R. Smith
Gary Solomons
Kevin Song
John Spadaveccia
Ron Stanley
Max Stern
Edward Stevens
Al Stonum
Mark Straus
William Strother
John Strzemp
Julien Studley
Bob Stupak
Surinder Sunar
David Tagg
Jim Tarr
Richard Tatalovich
David Tavernier
Alan Tessler
Tab Thiptinnakon
Harry Thomas
Don Thompson
Walter Threadgill
Judge Thumand
Roy Thung
Tibor Tolnai
Duane Tomko
An Tran
Nhut Tran
Marko Trapani
Chris Tsiprailidis
Greg Turk
Robert Turner
David "Devil Fish" Ulliott
Bruce Van Horn
Peter Vilandos
Cindy Violette
J.J. Volpe
Marsha Waggoner
Rickie Walden
Bob Walker
Jim Waltenburg
Garland Walters
Jim Ward
Jack Ward
Charles Watkins
Lee Watkinson
Ron Weaver
Mel Weiner
Mark Weitzman
David Welch
Justin Westmoreland
Dewey Weum
Charles Wight
Lamar Wilkinson
Buddy Williams
Ronnie Williams
Martyn Wilson
Frank Wong
Lee Wosk
Bruce Yamron
Rick Young
Hertzel Zalewski
Steve Zolotow

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