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WSOP 2013: Here Are The Winners of Event #33 and #34

Tags: bryan campanello, jake cody, jason duval, michael gathy, world series of poker, wsop 2013.
Posted on 21 June 2013 by "T".

Bryan Campanello Wins Event #33: $2,500 Seven-Card Razz

14 of 301 players remained when Day 3 of this event began. When the cards were in the air, all eyes were on David Bach who had finished both Day 1 and Day 2 as the chip leader. However, it was another player, Bryan Campanello, who dominated the final day and also managed put a stop to Bach's winning streak.

Campanello came into heads-up play with a massive lead against David Bach, and he put pressure on his opponent from start to finish. On the final hand, Campanello draw an eight-six low, which left Bach with 0 outs. He was sent packing in second place for $110,098. Campanello received $178,052 along with a gold bracelet to add to his WSOP circuit ring!

1 Bryan Campanello $178,052
2 David Bach $110,098
3 Jim Wheatley $72,346
4 Sebastian Pauli $52,844
5 Ivan Schertzer $39,128
6 Brent Keller $29,369
7 Rick Fuller $22,351
8 Ismael Bojang $17,235

Michael Gathy Wins Event #34: Turbo No-Limit Hold'em

Two weeks ago, Davidi Kitai became a part of history when he won the he $5,000 Pot Limit Hold'em event, setting a Belgian record for number of World Series of Poker bracelets won. A few hours ago, Belgian poker pro Michael "Timmy" Gathy was crowned the champion of Event #34: Turbo No-Limit Hold'em and joined Kitai in the Belgian multiple bracelet winner's club.

Gathy overcame a field of 1,629 players, including a final table that included notables such as Jason Duval (winner of Event #28 - WSOP No Limit Hold'em a few days ago) and Jake Cody, and he received a sweet $278,613 first-place prize along with a second gold bracelet for the amazing achievement.

1st Michael Gathy $278,613
2nd Benjamin Reason $172,252
3rd Yueqi Zhu $113,358
4th Sergey Rybachenko $81,720
5th Daniel Bishop $59,816
6th Jason Duval $44,422
7th Jake Cody $33,456
8th Noah Vaillancourt $25,539
9th Russell Crane $19,748


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3 comments on "WSOP 2013: Here Are The Winners of Event #33 and #34 "

 Macubaas23/06/2013 20:33:55 GMT
More and more new names take the first places on this edition of wsop Smile

Congratulations to the winners of this two events, judging by the evolution they really deserved it!
 Greenmohave23/06/2013 20:44:25 GMT
Wouldn't it be great just to have enough money to stay in Vegas for the entirety of the WSOP games and play in each event just one time. I really like playing RAZZ, but CARBON Poker doesn't have any games other then the small portion which is while playing HORSE.

Anyway, back to the dream! I just think that if 10 of us Mobsters could go do this one of us would come out victorious in one of the events. IT's been proven time and time again a pro doesn't always win every event.
 Fakiry24/06/2013 14:54:39 GMT
I've read about some mobsters that probably are in conditions to go for that dream you're talking about Greenmohave. Perhaps some of us already stepped into that land. The worst part is being available to risk the sum of at least one of the buy-ins of the biiger events without being afraid of losing it fast. There would always be the side events and other non related action to talk about...

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