Event #21 of the World Series of Poker started of with a little over 2000 players. Which means that the players were battling for a pot over $2.000.000. After 2 days of battling only 16 players remained. Dominik Nitsche, the guy who would turn out to be the winner, entered the final day as third.
A young guy named Kory Kilpatrick won the 20th event of the Word Series of Poker. Kilpatrick, another American form Georgia, battled for 3 days and beat a tough final table and took home $254.891. This is his biggest live-tournament win so far. His other impressive live win was last year. He won a little
Event #19 of the WSOP goes the Americans. Ted Gilles from Houston, Texas won this poker event. He battled his way through 2.085 other poker players and took home $514.027. This was the second money-finish for Gilles and his first bracelet. The event lasted 2 days., but the final table was over rather soon. There
Yesterday, the $25.000 six-max No-Limit Hold’em tournament came to an end. 175 players started this High Roller event and Steve Sung came out on top. The reward for his incredible poker achievement? A whooping $1.205.324 and a World Series of Poker-bracelet. This tournament is the second WSOP tournament Steve Sung can ad to his poker
Today the One Drop High Roller Charity Event finished and the gold went to Anthony Gregg. This charity event with a buy-in of $111,111,- is one of the toughest tournaments to crack. A 166 poker pro’s, businessman, poker enthusiasts and philanthropist from all around the globe came to have a shot at the main price.