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2018 WSOP: Event #38: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship won by Yaniv Birman for $236,238

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Posted on Friday, June 22, 2018 by "T".

The winner of this year's WSOP Event #38 $10K Seven Card Stud Championship is Yaniv Birman, outlasting a player field of 83 to win his very first gold bracelet and a sweet sum of $236,238.

The 35-year-old business owner from Los Angeles, California, emerged victorious despite a tough final table comprised of four WSOP bracelet winners, including two-time winners Ben Yu and Jesse Martin.

Not only is this Birman's first WSOP title, this was actually his very first live tournament win ever! He primarily plays cash games in the Los Angeles area.

Birman said after he won, "I barely ever play tournaments; it was fun. I got here on Monday, and this was the first tournament I signed up to."

After two days of play, the field was whittled down to 8 players, with Birman in the chip lead, and Jesse Martin in 2nd place in chips.

In the end, it was Birman and Martin who were battling for the top spot.


Event #38: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship Final Table Results

Place

Player

Country

Prize

1

Yaniv Birman

United States

$236,238

2

Jesse Martin

United States

$146,006

3

Ben Yu

United States

$99,540

4

Laith Salem

United States

$69,928

5

Matt Grapenthien

United States

$50,669

6

James Obst

Australia

$37,904

7

Joseph Cappello

United States

$29,306

8

Lars Gronning

United States

$23,443

9

Al Barbieri

United States

$19,428

10

Todd Brunson

United States

$19,428

Source:
https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2018-wsop/event-38-10000-stud/chips.219441.htm

 


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5 comments for "2018 WSOP: Event #38: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship won by Yaniv Birman for $236,238"

 CALICUL6/22/2018 7:43:26 PM GMT
One more time the WSOP series has a new bracelet winner. Is a lucky man if he won this tournament because is the first live tourney. Very interesting even if Yaniv Birman also played money games through the city. Congratulations to this player for the winning awards.
 Mober6/22/2018 9:39:17 PM GMT
It is a wsop tournament, but you cant say it was that hard to hit the first place,
if you take in mind that there were only 83 players in.
A good prize for all the ones in the money with even the last one,
doubling his money.
And again only one player not from usa Smile
 doubletop7776/23/2018 8:10:18 AM GMT
Another final table packed with players' mostly from the United States and they really are having a fantastic World Series. Seven card stud is a game i have never really mastered, so extra kudos to them
 Nightkid6/28/2018 3:37:06 PM GMT
Congratulations to the winner Yaniv Birman for his first gold bracelet, I can not imagine how he opened state after winning and not the sum he took was not bad at all haha $ 236,238 is pretty good the prize that has been ... but well that's the way poker does not know who will win until it's all over Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile
 Tony_MON7ANA8/15/2018 6:30:42 AM GMT
Congratulations to Yaniv Birman, a 35-year-old entrepreneur from the Golden State, on winning the $10,000 buy-in tournament. I am eagerly looking forward to watching the star-studded final table replays on YouTube/PokerTube.

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