Event #7: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'emThe final day of this event saw 5 amateurs who combined for $2,968 in WSOP earnings and five established pros with more than $4 million in combined earnings. After several hours of play, Matt Waxman and Eric Baldwin were the last men standing and Waxman had 3.1 million to Baldwin's 2.4 million. The two would battle for, believe it or not, 187 hands over the course[...] Read more » 2013 WSOP: Another Four Bracelets Have Been Awarded
Joined: Apr '11
Age: 50 (M)
Lev Rofman wins Event #12: $1,500 Pot Limit Hold'em Despite starting the finale in fifth, Lev Rofman used his stack to good effect and waited as though around him fell before he overcame Allen Cunningham to scoop his first WSOP bracelet. 1st Lev Rofman $166,136 2nd Allen Cunningham $102,819 3rd Jaspal Brar $68,332 4th Kenneth Shelton $50,709 5th Anthony Harb $38,055 6th Eric Crain $28,839 7th Nicolas Halvorson $22,050 8th Timothy Reilly $16,994 9th Jean-Nicolas Fortin $13,195
Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 52 (M)
Damn! Be great to spend a week out in Vegas when all this is going on. When I lived out that way (68 miles from Vegas) I never even thought about going to watch them play a game of poker nor did I play other then a couple of times for fun knowing I was going to lose. Now I wish I had the chance to go back to those days. Nice to know an amateur can actually come in and take down a win for a bracelet. Congrats to them all!