The final day of the WSOP Main Event final table started with three players: Qui Nguyen out in front with 197,600,000 in chips, Gordon Vayo in second with 89,000,000, and Cliff Josephy with 50,000,000. On the first hand of play, Josephy doubled through Nguyen to overtake the second place from Vayo, who then doubled up through Josephy with a set-over-set cooler four hands later to nab the overall c[...] Read more » 2016 WSOP: Qui Nguyen Wins The Main Event For $8 Million!
Joined: Jul '15
Age: 50 (M)
Congrants Nguyen ...Showing great courage, Nguyen abused aggression to overcome a lethargic Gordon Vayo heads up. Patiently, he was undermining gradually the opponent's stack never showed resistance. And the opportunities where Vayo managed to double up, the champion did not flinch and continued to put pressure
it was clear yesterday when he was two times more chips than his nearest pursuer ... and if it would be possible to bet on his victory, I would certainly have made it ... for some reason I was sure of his victory and It is that no it is not a competitor
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 43 (F)
This is amazing. I would have never thought that heads up in a tournament like this can last that long. Some patience they must be having to play their best game for all these hours. Its like a days work with 8 million salary , if you take in mind only the heads up part.
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 46 (M)
Congratulations to Qui Nguyen on becoming the 2016 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion! Very well played also to the runner-up Gordon Vayo and the third-place finisher Cliff Josephy. Good luck to all players participating in the event next year.
Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (03 November 2016 @ 01:13 GMT)
Joined: May '08
Age: 35 (M)
how fcukin cool is to finish 2nd and take home $4.6 millions and how fcukin uncool is to finish 2nd and lose out on $3.4 millions extra. huge difference, oh and a bracelet you can hang somewhere in a prestigious higly visible place to show off to your amigos (like toilet for example). gratz nguyen dude, there's one thing that poker world is not short of and that is players with nguyen surnames...
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 56 (M)
What a great day at the office for all of these guys. Runner up getting 4miloion! A huge WOW! Can you imagine winning that amount of money? 8 million for first and 4 million for second..... do you think you would be able to focus on your gam knowing you had won 4million but could win 8? I'm sure I could! LOL
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 46 (M)
Qui Nguyen’s unconventional playing style is probably not profitable and can be exploitable in the long run, but it is the style that gives amateur, less-skilled players the best shot at beating professional players.
Joined: Aug '10
Age: 49 (M)
Wow what a amazing prize winning over 8 Million $$$! Nguyen was the massive chip leader at the final table, but it happen verry often, that the chip leader played to much Hand and verry agressive. Now he was a new star in the poker world, a dream for every poker Player
Joined: Feb '10
Age: 29 (M)
I think once you've been all in and survived a few flips with odds against you. You just go for it more in the small ball. Great game no one expected. Due the Internet hype of some. This just proves anyone can win it. I see a boom in poker.﻿