The historical hand was dealt on $2/$4 No Limit Hold`em table to the lucky Senecady, who walked away with $24 000. Each player who was seating on the table won a colossal $400 for every VIP Player Point (VPP) amassed in the previous 40 hands at the table. Senecady was in the cutoff and dealt K-10 offsuit. In the end, the board read 7-Q-7-10-7, giving Senecady a full house, defeating Joe Hahn’s K-J and thecooler292’s K-5. The pot amounted to $401. The waiting list for “Naef III,” the table that hosted the winning hand, numbered 128 PokerStars users when the clock struck 12:43pm. Players in the historic 40 billionth hand were guaranteed a payout of $400. Here’s the final distribution of the bonus: Senecady - $24,000.00 thecooler992 - $15,590.20 zawaaa - $15,590.20 jeckjeck - $12,400.80 13_Xerxes_13 - $1,500.00 Joe Hahn - $1,500.00 According to PokerScout.com, which keeps tabs on online poker room traffic, a peak of 53,371 real money ring game players were logged into PokerStars on Friday. The day before, the maximum number of cash game players was just under 50,000, representing a sizable jump as the 40 billionth hand approached. Still to come as part of the PokerStars 40 billionth hand celebration, dubbed F40, is a $4 million guaranteed version of the site’s weekly Sunday Million. The $215 buy-in online poker tournament will shell out at least $1 million to the winner and begins at 4:30pm ET on Sunday.