It's not an easy task to win a gold bracelet at the World Series of Poker - especially in recent years when so many great players participate in each event. Despite tough competition and big player-fields, it still happens that players win multiple bracelet in a single series, which is pretty increadible to say the least.
A big congratulations to Brian Hastings, the first double-winner [...] Read more » 2015 WSOP: Brian Hasting Wins Event #39 - $1,500 Ten-Game Mix
Hey, Doyle Brunson's son just finished in the third place here! Why isn't that the news? After all I hardly see his name mentioned anywhere else let alone seeing his final tables finishes - even on the WSOP. Maybe he isn not get that many to be interesting though.
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 49 (M)
Many congratulations to Brian Hastings on winning this event and the first prize of $133,403. This is his second bracelet of the year and i really believe that this guy could win at least one more this year
Numbercrunching on the prizepool a bit closely, isn't it weird that the sixth place payed out 10x of the initial buy-in? Even the prize for the first place seems out of ordinary with that 23% (also Brunson have gotten less than 10%) IMO the numbers seems a bit off throughout.