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2014 WSOP: Brett Shaffer Wins A Second Bracelet in Event #31

Tags: $1, 2014 WSOP, 500 No Limit Holdem, Brett Shaffer, RJ Sullivan.
Posted on 17 June 2014 by "T".

Not only Joe Cada won his second bracelet today but also Brett Shaffer. Shaffer, a 31-year-old professional poker player from Beloit, Kansas  won his first bracelet in a $1,500 No Limit Hold'em event (2,816 players) last year, defeating British poker pro David Vamplew heads-up.

This time he outlasted 1,631 players over three days of play in Event #31: $1,500 No Limit Hold'em to claim his second bracelet and $418,435 in prize money! This win also marked Brett Shaffer's 9th cash at the World Series of Poker. He now has over a million dollars in WSOP earnings!

Final table results:

1st: Brett Shaffer - $418,435
2nd: RJ Sullivan- $258,695
3rd: Matt Stout - $170,247
4th: Peter Gould - $122,731
5th: Aleksandr Gofman - $89,835
6th: Robert Schmidt - $66,716
7th: Rajaee Wazwaz - $50,246
8th: Jim Jakobsen - $38,356
9th: Jason Vanstrom - $29,658

 


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3 comments for "2014 WSOP: Brett Shaffer Wins A Second Bracelet in Event #31"

 Theapple17/06/2014 13:46:57 GMT
"Shaffer, a 31-year-old professional poker player from Beloit, Kansas won his first bracelet in a $1,500 No Limit Hold'em event (2,816 players) last year, defeating British poker pro David Vamplew heads-up."

and yet it says RJ sullivan was 2nd , and matt stout 3rd... did that David Vamplew guy donate his money to the rest of participants or whatever heppened that hes not listed in final table results ? Big Smile
 doubletop77718/06/2014 12:53:29 GMT
I have never heard of Brett Shaffer but he must be some player to win another bracelet. The concentration levels on these top players must be astronomical. Well done again to him
 Fakiry18/06/2014 16:07:28 GMT
$400K first prize, awesome. I guess i should start saving some money to go right on onw of these events, or else those lousy $0.01 buy-in events will only make me help funding those big prizes (or those big companies behind that sponsor them)!

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