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WSOP 2013: Here are the latest Winners...

Tags: 2013 wsop, Corey Harrison, Danny Fuhs, David Chiu, Josh Pollock, omaha hi-low 8-or-better, seven card stud.
Posted on 17 June 2013 by "T".

Josh Pollock Wins Event #22: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha
This event concluded after three relatively quicks days of play with Josh Pollock as the champion. The 29-year-old from Silver Spring, Maryland bested a field of 1,021 players and defeated no one else than Noah Schwartz heads-up to win his first gold bracelet and a sweet $279,431 (the biggest cash of his entire career!).

1st Josh Pollock $279,431
2nd Noah Schwartz $172,931
3rd James Parks $108,196
4th KT Parks $78,532
5th Shawn Silber $57,974
6th Eric Shanks $43,460
7th Eddie Blumenthal $33,057
8th David Greene $25,483
9th Brandon Crawford $19,909

David Chiu Wins 5th Bracelet in Event 23: $2,500 Seven Card Stud
The only Seven Card Stud event of the series attracted 246 players who battled it our for three days. When the final table started after two days of play, the eight remaining players were mixed game specialists with eight of the 12 bracelets on the table coming in a form of Seven Card Stud. After some hours of play, the battle for the title was between Scott Seiver and David Chiu. The two pros swapped chips back-and-forth before Chiu slowly started building a nice lead. The match came to an end after 89 hands of heads-up play when Chiu spiked a bigger two pair on seventh to eliminate Seiver in second place ($89,980)

Chiu received $145,520 and the coveted gold bracelet! He now has five WSOP bracelets and over $7.4 million in tournament earnings!

College Professor Wins Event #24 $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em
It took more than 12 hours of play for 17 players to become 1 in the final day of this event. Corey Harrison, a 36-year-old college professor, was the last man standing and received an increadible $432,411 (+his first gold bracelet). This was the college professor's second career cash at the World Series of Poker.

"I've been playing ten years," explained Harrison. "I've been so close many times, cashing inWSOP Circuit events, and making final tables, but I had not gotten over the hump. This was the first time to get over that hump. This is the best venue in the world to get over the hump."

1 Corey Harrison $432,411
2 Daniel Cascado $267,452
3 Salvatore Dicarlo $184,914
4 Paul Spitzberg $133,364
5 Gregory Josifovski $97,493
6 Mohsin Charania $72,208
7 Zimnan Ziyard $54,191
8 Gareth Teatum $41,198
9 Robert Brewer $31,711

Danny Fuhs Wins Event #25: $5,000 Omaha Hi-Low 8-or-Better
This tournament attracted 241 top-notch players. After three long days of poker it was Danny Fuhs who had all the chips and was crowned the champion! Fuhs overcame a extremely tough final table that included big names such as Robert Mizrachi, Brian Hastings and Jeff Lisandro. He celebrated the amazing win ($277,519 and first gold bracelet) with his mom and dad, who had been cheering for him from the rail - throughout the final table!

1 Danny Fuhs $277,519
2 Christopher George $171,536
3 Robert Mizrachi $128,074
4 Brian Hastings $96,268
5 Viacheslav Zhukov $72,809
6 Arthur Kargen $55,423
7 Jeff Lisandro $42,442
8 Ryan Lenaghan $32,712
9 Bart Hanson $25,301


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6 comments on "WSOP 2013: Here are the latest Winners..."

 Sorin88817/06/2013 13:17:06 GMT
Kenneth Lind wins Event #26: $1,000 Seniors No Limit Hold'em
1st Kenneth Lind $634,809
2nd Dana Ott $390,601
3rd John Holley $283,312
4th Barry Bashist $209,856
5th Randolph Spain $156,629
6th Michel Bouskila $117,799
7th James Miller $89,281
8th Jack Ernest Ward $68,180
9th Fernando Halac $52,474
 SirPoncho18/06/2013 10:29:12 GMT
seems like no "real big name" player except for mike matusow won a bracelet yet or am I missing something?

whats going on with hellmuth,negreanu,ivey and so on? Confused
 Fakiry18/06/2013 10:50:22 GMT
I just sum the values of the first event on the list and i counted $830k. WSOP really gives a lot of money. This is the time of the year for which every big player waits, to see if he gets the crown. No matter if other tourneys give more money, here the title worths more than that!
 Macubaas18/06/2013 18:38:32 GMT
A lot of new names take the wanted gold bracelets home on this edition of wsop Big Smile

I think we should see more familiar names on the higher limit buy ins events...
 Sorin88819/06/2013 12:22:12 GMT
Chris Dombrowski wins Event #30: $1,000 No Limit Hold'em
1st Chris Dombrowski $346,332
2nd Mathew Moore $215,578
3rd Jesse McEuen $149,850
4th Dimitar Yosifov $107,922
5th Carter Myers $78,876
6th Chris Bolek $58,348
7th Matt Seer $43,730
8th Mike Pickett $33,191
9th John Thompson $25,488
Players: 2,108 , Prize Pool: $1,897,200
 SirPoncho20/06/2013 11:28:09 GMT
Barry greenstein just finished 3rd in event #31 1,5k PLO for 99k.
Australian player Jarred Graham took home the bracelet and 255k for his win Thumbs Up
in event# 32 5k NLh 6 handed are a bunch of known names like Erick Lindgren;andrew robl or Jonathan Little left under the last 14 players.
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