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2014 WSOP: November Niner Eric Buchman Wins His Second Bracelet

Tags: 2014 WSOP, Eric Buchman, Event #34: Seven Card Stud, Joe Cada.
Posted on 18 June 2014 by "T".

It took three days of play for a field of 345 players to be narrowed down to a winner in Event #34: Seven Card Stud ($1,500 buy-in). Eric Buchman, who's probably best known for his 4th place finish for $2.5m in the 2009 Main Event that was won by Joe Cada, received his second bracelet along with $118,785 in prize money for wining the tournament - less than 24 hours after the 2009 Main Event Champ Joe Cada won his second bracelet.

"Late last night when I got home and I looked online, I saw [Joe] won the bracelet. I didn't think it really had anything to do with me, but I did think it would be sweet if I won one also. Even though he's won a lot more money than me, we're still two bracelets to two bracelets," Buchman said with a smile.

Final table results:
1st: Eric Buchman - $118,785
2nd: Alex Kravchenko- $73,360
3rd: Aleksandr Denisov - $47,315
4th: William Thompson - $34,283
5th: Bryn Kenney - $25,206
6th: Nabih Helmi - $18,802
7th: Mallory Smith - $14,228
8th: David Prager - $10,921


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3 comments on "2014 WSOP: November Niner Eric Buchman Wins His Second Bracelet"

 doubletop77718/06/2014 12:57:01 GMT
Congratulations to Eric Buchman on winning his second bracelet. To win a bracelet in seven card stud after reaching the final table in the main event makes him an all around top player
 Fakiry18/06/2014 16:01:54 GMT
The news says he's best known for being second in another tourney, who remembers second places before they have won something big? If Negreanu gets second on a big tourney people have a chance to remember it, but not Eric. Although, Buchman is great for all his achievements, he already was before he got his SECOND bracelet, this will only make him more confident on his game!
 Heskor18/06/2014 17:24:18 GMT
Finally somebody i knows wins a bracelet, very warm congratulations from me hope he continues his form and bag himself a third bracket it would be well deserved. Healthy competition against joe, and i like it , should have more poker rivalry to entertain people around. A November niner makes the news, hope more popular players hit the news would b fun to watch good players pitting against each other!

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