Daniel Alaei won third Bracelets, A Huck Seed triumphed on TOC
While the number of moments until the start of World Series of Poker Main Event, two extremely talented players left the Amazon Room at the Rio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas were decorated in gold bracelets.
Poker pro Daniel Alaei won his third career bracelet and $ 780,599 bankirao winning the $ 10,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship. Alaei was the better of 346 players, including the Tom Dwan, Phil Hellmuth and Jason Mercier. Alaei had a solid advantage over Proulx-mail, who won the $ 2,500 Pot Limit Omaha event earlier this summer. Last chips pushed to the Ac-Kh-Th-2h-versus Alaei evim 7s-6c-5s-5h, but Alaei flopuje set of fives and won his third gold. His first WSOP
win was the $ 5,000 buy-in Deuce-to-Seven Draw Lowball event 2007th The second bracelet last year won the $ 10,000 buy-in Omaha High-Low Split championship.
Final Standings finalists $ 10,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship:
1st Daniel Alaei - $ 780,599
2nd Miguel Proulx - $ 482,265
3rd Ville Mattila - $ 354,218
4th Ludovic Lacay - $ 262,208
5th Trevor Uyesugi - $ 195,631
6th Stephen Pierson - $ 147,138
7th Dmitry Stelmak - $ 111,524
8th Alexander Kravchenko - $ 85,180
9th Matthew Wheat - $ 65,578
As for the WSOP Tournament of Champions, he finally completed it was found in the time schedule for it. Mike Matusow started the day in the lead, but was taken to set flopujući Daniel Negreanu vs. Matusow king st top couple. Negreanu has led to the final table, as they followed him Johnny Chan, Joe Hachem and Huck Seed.
After several hours of game Negreanu, Chan Hachem and fall out, and Howard Lederer began heads-up against the Seed for the title. Lederer moved all in from the QC-8C, which is paid with Seed As-2s. Seed gets a couple and won the TOC and $ 500,000.
Final Standings Final Table Tournament of Champions:
1st Huck Seed - $ 500,000
2nd Howard Lederer - $ 250,000
3rd Johnny Chan - $ 100,000
4th Joe Hachem - $ 25,000
5th Barry Greenstein - $ 25,000
6th Daniel Negreanu - $ 25,000
7th Jennifer Harman - $ 25,000
8th Annie Duke - $ 25,000
9th TJ Cloutier - $ 25,000