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2019 WSOP: Event #5: $50K High Roller won by Benjamin Heath for $1.48M

Tags: 2019 WSOP, Andrew Lichtenberger, Benjamin Heath, WSOP 2019
Posted on 04 June 2019 by "T".
This Monday, June 3, a British poker pro managed to come out top after winning Event #5 of the 2019 WSOP, securing his very first gold bracelet after defeating some notable faces at the final table. 2019 WSOP Event #5: High Roller - $50,000 NLHE for the 50th AnnualBuy-in: $50,000Date: May 31 to June 3, 2019Entries: 110Prize pool: $5,280,000 Ben Heath outlasted a player field of 110 to take hom[...]   Read more » 2019 WSOP: Event #5: $50K High Roller won by Benjamin Heath for $1.48M

  4-Jun-19, 17:44   #1
2019 WSOP: Event #5: $50K High Roller won by Benjamin Heath for $1.48M 0 
dule-vu 

Joined: May '09
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another event and this one is with very big buy in!ofcourse name say all,high roller event,but still 50000 dollars is very big amount!when we look at some other events,this also didnt have lot of players,only 110,but still payout for first place is very good,almost 1,5 million!congratulations to winner!

     
  5-Jun-19, 08:06   #2
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CALICUL 
Joined: Jan '14
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Big game and great prizes for these 10 players from the final table. I'm sure these games are very heavy and fatigue is a lot, but you have nothing to do, when the buy-in is big. Then you also have powerful opponents and many hours are playing. Concentration requires time.

     
  5-Jun-19, 10:54   #3
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pajalnick 

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Of course, the entry fee of 50,000 dollars is a very large amount for so many people .... so the players were quite small .... And those people who could afford to lose 50,000 dollars played there .... and the first prize is of course a very steep one and a half million dollars .... Yes, very cool .... and of course the first bracelet .... great

     
  7-Jun-19, 09:33   #4
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CALICUL 
Joined: Jan '14
Location: Romania
Age: 40 (M)
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Not all games are made for regular people is true but strong gaming is also needed for this industry. 50,000 dollars... there is a lot of money and only the rich persons can afford to play here, or through satellite. With these money you can do many more other people are playing with them.

     
  7-Jun-19, 12:46   #5
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pajalnick 

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Posted by CALICUL:
Not all games are made for regular people is true but strong gaming is also needed for this industry. 50,000 dollars... there is a lot of money and only the rich persons can afford to play here, or through satellite. With these money you can do many more other people are playing with them.

of course I understand that if a person has a large enough state, he is not interested in playing with small entrance fees .... he is interested in playing when you make big bets and you can win a really significant prize .... so I certainly have nothing against such tournaments .. ... just shared my opinion that this is something transcendental to me

     
  8-Jun-19, 07:04   #6
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Calmplay 

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Congratulation to you Ben, I love those huge buy ins events as we get only mouthwatering players into. I'm a bit sad that there is not 1million buy in event this year but I can't wait for the 100k one Thumbs Up

     
  8-Jun-19, 11:16   #7
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
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A high roller indeed. While the buy in was 50k usd the player field wasnt big
for the obvious reasons. But that also means that the players you had to compete
with, werent random ones Smile
And of course a very nice prize for the first place.

     
  10-Jun-19, 12:32   #8
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CALICUL 
Joined: Jan '14
Location: Romania
Age: 40 (M)
Posts: 4736
Players with a lot of money prefer smaller tournaments as well. But the condition is that: there must be many entries for good prizes. The big prizes always attract big players. I saw this online where many stars played in small buy-in tournaments, because the final table offered good prizes.

     
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