After defeating a player field of 2,065 entries in this year's WSOP Event #59: $1,000 NLHE Super Turbo Bounty, Mike Takayama has officially become the first Philippine poker player to have ever won a WSOP bracelet in the history of the prestigious annual poker festival. His success from defeating Italian poker player Lorenc Puka has earned him a gold bracelet and an awesome $198,568 first-place pr[...] Read more » 2018 WSOP: Mike Takayama becomes First Philippine player to win WSOP bracelet
Joined: Jan '14
Age: 39 (M)
I do not want to win a bracelet in this WSOP series because i do not want to fly with the plane too many hours up there. I have not been on the plane until now and i can not sleep on the plane. This Philippine tells the truth mostly but i think the percentages is not 100%. Anyway, i congratulate him for his bracelet who won in this tournament.
the geography of the winners is expanding and it is certainly very nice .... poker is becoming more popular and more people are playing it .... but some countries are making restrictions for their players and it's certainly sad .... while in Russia you can play poker. .. I would like that there was no prohibition
Joined: Jul '10
Age: 38 (M)
already winning a bracelet and a very difficult feat and still be the first of his country to do so the torma a celebrity momentanea without mentioning the glory that it brings and the prestige that this commits parabem by the done
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 42 (F)
They are right on their description about the final table with the winner kicking seven players out. He took the first position almost by himself, meaning that he did all the job, with the kicks That will be a game to remember for this "noob" bracelet winner
Posted by CALICUL: I do not want to win a bracelet in this WSOP series because i do not want to fly with the plane too many hours up there. I have not been on the plane until now and i can not sleep on the plane.
You could reach the US shores via ship/cruise too but it would probably cost you more than a buy-in to the WSOP Main Event.
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 44 (M)
Mike Takayama? He is Filipino, right? He doesn't look like Japanese people to me, but Takayama is a very common Japanese surname meaning "high mountain." Anyway, congratulations to Mike for topping a field of 2,065 players to win the 2018 WSOP event #59!