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2018 WSOP: Event #32: $1,000 Seniors No-Limit Hold'em won by Matthew Davis for $662,676

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Posted on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 by "T".
This year's WSOP Event #32 $1,000 Seniors NLHE has been won by Matthew Davis, who came out on top of 5,918 players to claim his very first WSOP gold bracelet and a fat sum of $662,983 as his first place prize money. Last year, the total number of entrants was a record 5,389, but this year's 5,918 player field is now the biggest turnout for this event - generating a prizepool of $5,326,200. This [...]   Read more » 2018 WSOP: Event #32: $1,000 Seniors No-Limit Hold'em won by Matthew Davis for $662,676

  20-Jun-18, 20:51   #1
2018 WSOP: Event #32: $1,000 Seniors No-Limit Hold'em won by Matthew Davis for $662,676 0 
pochui 

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ok this is an interesting idea to have a seniors only tournament... probably kinda a tournament to hang out with folks of your age and don't get intimidated by youngsters who sometimes play a very loose and wild game at the poker tables

     
  21-Jun-18, 07:41   #2
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doubletop777 
Joined: Mar '11
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Many congratulations to Matthew Davis on winning his first bracelet. I hadn't realised that they had started doing a seniors' tournament and what a great initiative it has been with record entrants

     
  21-Jun-18, 11:54   #3
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pajalnick 

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and again a new poker player gets the first bracelet .... it seems to me that the bracelets have recently played too much and their value has dropped significantly compared to the previous years ... of course this is a prestigious award and it's hard to overestimate its value

     
  21-Jun-18, 19:35   #4
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CALICUL 
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To understand, all these players 5918 were over 50 years old because was seniors wsop tournament? very many players and is an exceptional number. The wives of others who have not finished the money have something to say? Smile Congratulations to players at the final table, especially for the winner.

     
  21-Jun-18, 20:41   #5
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
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With only 1k buy in this tournament was on"fire: from the number of players in.
That made it a bit more difficult to hit the money, but of course it raised the prize
also.
Good payouts and not only for the first place.

     
  28-Jun-18, 16:58   #6
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Nightkid 
Joined: Apr '17
Location: Argentina
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Congratulations to the winner Matthew Davis of the WSOP Event # 32 $ 1,000 Seniors NLHE who had to fight it with a total of 5,918 players to claim his first WSOP gold bracelet and a large sum of $ 662,983 which was his first prize and which was not this is not bad for being his first tournament won: D hopefully just a little bit of his luck hahaha Cool

     
  5-Aug-18, 11:21   #7
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Tony_MON7ANA 

Joined: Mar '14
Location: Japan
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Boom! Massive well done to Matthew Davis, who topped a field of 5,918 entrants to win the $1,000 buy-in Seniors No-Limit Hold'em tournament! I can't believe I will be classified as a senior citizen in 6 years! Time passes so quickly.

     
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