On Tuesday, Loren Klein won the biggest $10,000 pot-limit Omaha championship in World Series of Poker history. The tournament (Event #49: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed Championship) attracted 476 entries and Klein, 32, received $1,018,336 in prize money and his third WSOP bracelet!
Besides Allen Cunningham and Matt Matros, Klein is the only player to have won a bracelet three years in a row in[...] Read more » 2018 WSOP: Loren Klein Wins Third Bracelet in Three Years!
Joined: Apr '17
Age: 36 (M)
Congratulations to the winner Loren Klein for winning his third bracelet: D sometimes it's good to leave a bit of the fumes of having won before and to be that play that does everything possible to win, because sometimes many have won before they tend to have a lot of confidence and that sometimes they tend to play against you ... Well, the best for this player and I hope someday to have a chance to play a tournament like that hahaha
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 46 (F)
With a 10k USD buy in a prize for a bit more than 1 million for the first place. And the game was also omaha. Must have been a good game to watch live. Although, it would have been better participating in it.
Joined: Jan '14
Age: 44 (M)
Every year many tournaments run in this series WSOP and this year professional players vips ( the stars who made history in poker ) they were not lucky enough to win bracelets. What i saw here in the news, about the winners, there were many names, that won for the first time a bracelet. Anyway good job for the winner of Event 49 WSOP.
the third bracelet and the winnings of a million dollars is very cool ......... I'm more likely to follow the career of this player .... and in the end it may become the best .. you will change the name of it .... .and of course it's very cool to wear three bracelets ... a super player who goes to the goal
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 49 (M)
Loren? That's a unique name. I guess Loren is an androgynous name. Congratulations to the Loren Klein for capturing his third WSOP gold bracelet and winning over $1 million! I can't imagine what it feels like to win such an enormous amount of money.