roulette rules in vegas 2021 WSOP: Fourth career bracelet for John Monnette; Gold #2

roulette rules in vegas 2021 WSOP: Fourth career bracelet for John Monnette; Gold #2

roulette rules in vegas 2021 WSOP: Fourth career bracelet for John Monnette; Gold #2 for Rafael Lebron; One each for Harvey Mathews and Bradley Jansen; Yohwan Lim runs deep,The gold continues to flow at the 52nd Annual World Series of Poker as another four players walked away with shiny new bracelets. John Monnette captured his fourth career bracelet, Rafael Lebron clasped his second, and earning their first dream gold were Harvey Mathews and Bradley Jansen. This brought the number of bracelet winners to 16 with over US$ 24.2 Million paid out. Other deep finishers were Yohwan Lim, Shaun Deeb, Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier, Dave Williams, Brian Rast, and Australian Poker Hall of Fame inductee Gary Benson. .Image courtesy of pokergo.com.The series kicked off on September 30 at the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino and runs through November 23. Currently underway is the infamous MILLIONAIRE MAKER where a stone cold one million dollars awaits the champion. Among the long list of Day 2 qualifiers was Taiwanese pro/ Natural8 Ambassador Kitty Kuo with a very healthy stack. Others were Hardeep Bhatti (India), Young Choi (Korea), Yiming Li (China), and Japanese players Jun Obara, Hayato Nagasawa, Kyohei Tabe, Koji Takagi, Guohui Xu, Shohei Miyazaki, Yoshiya Agata, and Hayato Nagasawa. We will have a recap of that event once it completes. .*Information collected from WSOP.com, PokerNews live updates, and The Hendon Mob.Event #13: $3,000 Freezeout No Limit Hold’em – HARVEY MATHEWS – US$ 371,914.Image courtesy of pokergo.com.Another milestone victory at the WSOP as Harvey Mathews clinched Event #13: $3,000 Freezeout No Limit Hold’em for his first ever gold bracelet and first ever live tournament win. Mathews was a dominant force at the final table, knocking out David Lolis (6th),  4x bracelet winner Michael Gathy (3rd), and Gabriel Andrade at heads up to collect the highly deserved US$ 371,914 cash prize. Prior to the win, Mathews only had 8 career cashes amounting to US$ 29,561. Interviewed by PokerNews, .“Obviously it feels amazing. I used to come out every year back when I was younger but then I stopped coming after Black Friday. So it just feels great to be back here and to have success. This is pretty huge.”.The $3K buy in event pulled in 720 players for a prize pool of US$ 1,922,400. Out of the 108 players in the money was Korean pro Yohwan “BoxeR” Lim who was put down by Girish Apte in 18th place for a US$ 12,795 return. This was Lim’s second cash in this series. Others dipping in the pot were Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier (32nd), bracelet winner Sejin Park (60th – US$ 6,558), Chinese players Keyi Tan (55th) and Ting Yi Tsai (73rd), and WPT multi champion Darren Elias (68th).

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