Ben Volpe Wins Event #45 $1,500 Ante-Only No Limit Hold'em
Congratulations to Ben Volpe, of USA, who bested a field of 678 players in Event #45 to lay hands on the first prize of $201,399 and, of course, the WSOP gold bracelet! The final table of this event lasted for, believe it or not, 12 hours and included a 100-hand heads-up match between Volpe and Paul Lieu! It was a well-deserved win [...] Read more » WSOP 2013: Here are the Winners of Event #45 & Event #46
Joined: Sep '12
Age: 27 (M)
Wow that was a nice last hand with full-house on flop vs trips + 9 outs. I still dream to play my first final table on a main event and if i could choose a game that will be PLO8 because 99.99% of players know to play Hold'em. Or i really don't care what kind of game will be, i want a FT on a MAIN EVENT, i think i'm not the only who wish.
Joined: Apr '11
Age: 52 (M)
Marco Johnson wins Event #48: $2,500 Limit Hold'em Six Max WSOP 2013 Event #8: $2,500 Limit Hold'em Six Max Final Results Place Name Prize 1st Marco Johnson $206,796 2nd Jeff Thompson $127,801 3rd Juha Helppi $82,956 4th Danny Worchol $55,457 5th Michael Schiffman $38,095 6th Maria Ho $26,858 Players: 343 Prize Pool: $687,050
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 38 (M)
Reaching the paid places for the third time at WSOP with a first prize including a bracelet is awesome. I'm sure we will keep watching Ben Volpe at this event for a long time! As for Shchmelev, it seems he calculated the probabilities of his opponent having a 5 and wasn't affraid as he had a full house. The turn wasn't a figure, which probably reduced Shchmelev's probabilities of thinking Judah could be ahead, so he played well.