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WSOP 2013 Update: Event #19, #20 & #21

Tags: Calen McNeil, Davidi Kitai, Martin Finger, wsop 2013.
Posted on 14 June 2013 by "M".

wsopEvent #19, #20 & #21, all three-day events, have been concluded and all three winners are non-americans.

Event #19, $5,000 Pot-Limit Hold'em saw Belgium player Davidi Kitai take home the first prize of $224,560 after hitting three of a kind after the flop revealed a Jack against runner-up Cary Katz whom had gone all in with KK. This gave Kitaia his second WSOP gold bracelet (his first bracelet was won in Pot-Limit Hold'em Event 38 in 2008's WSOP). The top 9 finishers below:

Place Player Prize
1 Davidi Kitai $224,560
2 Cary Katz $138,794
3 Vincent Bartello $103,628
4 Dimitar Danchev $77,893
5 Eugene Katchalov $58,912
6 Kristina Holst $44,844
7 Bertrand Grospellier $34,341
8 Dario Minieri $26,468
9 Chris Johnson $20,520


Canadian player Calen McNeil earned Canada's sixth gold bracelet in this year's WSOP. Event #20, $1,500 Omaha Hi-Low 8-or-better, had gathered a field of 1,014 players that would battle for a total prize pool of $1,368,900. The top 10 finishers below:

Place Player Prize
1 Calen McNeil $277,274
2 Can Kim Hua $171,577
3 Todd Brunson $107,349
4 Joe Ford $77,917
5 Hieu Ma $57,521
6 Stephen Chidwick $43,120
7 John Monnette $32,798
8 Won Goag $25,283
9 Dao Bac $19,753
10 Dale Beaudoin $15,632

Event #21: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em (Six Handed) was won by German born Martin Finger (now residing in Austria) who got his first WSOP gold bracelet after winning the last hand by calling Matt Stout's all-in with pocket Queens against Stout's A-7. Hitting two-pair on the river, Kings and Queens, Finger took the first prize of $506,764. Below is the Final Table results:

Place Player Prize
1 Martin Finger $506,764
2 Matt Stout $313,370
3 Matt Berkey $199,733
4 David "The Dragon" Pham $131,679
5 Nikolai Sears $89,402
6 Andrew Dean $62,458

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4 comments on "WSOP 2013 Update: Event #19, #20 & #21"

 leking115/06/2013 20:38:54 GMT
shame todd dident win event number 20,he is a underrated player , but one of the top ten player in the world Smile
 Sorin88816/06/2013 12:56:09 GMT
Corey Harrison wins Event #24: $1,500 No Limit Hold'em
WSOP 2013 Event #24: $1,500 No Limit Hold'em
Final Results
Place Name Prize
1st Corey Harrison $432,411
2nd Daniel Cascado $267,452
3rd Salvatore Dicarlo $184,914
4th Paul Spitzberg $133,364
5th Gregory Josifovski $97,493
6th Mohsin Charaina $72,208
7th Zimnan Ziyard $54,191
8th Gareth Teatum $41,198
9th Robert Brewer $31,711
 Macubaas17/06/2013 18:36:37 GMT
So far the competition was great and surprisingly no big names so far were big winners...

But again so far were some low buy ins events we should expect some big names on the higher buy in events Big Smile
 Fakiry18/06/2013 10:47:27 GMT
American pros are watching the titles flying to other countries. Although they are founders of this tourney, they shouldn't feel that bad for watching that happening, it's a game of the world now!

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