Florian Langmann Wins Event #54: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better
A big congratulations to Germany's Florian Langmann who bested a field of 474 runners in Event #54: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Low for a $297,650 payday!
The 31-year-old from pro from Hamburg, who has been coming to the WSOP for several years, had already accumulated $2 million in live tournament cashes before the win, but this was his first bracelet victory and first final table appearance at the World Series of Poker.
Final table results:
1st: Florian Langmann - $297,650
2nd: Zachary Freeman - $184,216
3rd: Dylan Wilkerson - $122,427
4th: Doug Baughman - $90,853
5th: TJ Eisenman - $68,181
6th: Antony Lellouche - $51,670
7th: Woody Deck - $39,506
8th: Jonathan Depa - $30,448
9th: Shiva Dudani - $23,641
Hugo Pingray Wins Event #51: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Monster Stack
The biggest tournament so far at the 2014 WSOP has come to end after 5 days of intensive play. Hugo Pingray outlasted a massive field of 7,862 runners to claim his first gold bracelet and an incredible $1,327,083 first-place prize!
Pingray, a 23-year-old amateur poker player originally from France now residing in Switzerland, didn't have any major poker victories prior to this tournament. According to WSOP.com, he learned to play poker online only 2 years ago and "only" had $45,631 in career earnings (all in Europe) before winning the Monster Stack tournament! Indeed a very promising start to his poker career!
1st: Hugo Pingray - $1,327,083
2nd: Joseph McKeehen - $820,863
3rd: Sean Drake - $619,521
4th: Claas Segebrecht - $468,594
5th: Thayer Rasmussen - $356,620
6th: Lynne Beaumont - $273,090
7th: Bobby Byram - $210,469
8th: Zachary Gruneberg - $163,238
9th: Joshua Hillock - $127,364
Asi Moshe Wins Event #55: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em
Asi Moshe outlasted 2,396 entries in the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em event to collect the top prize of $582,321 and his first gold coveted bracelet!
"Maybe the best feeling of my life," said Moshe when asked about how it feels to win a bracelet. "One of the very few dreams that I really wanted to accomplish but didn't think I really would, like going to the moon type of thing."
The 30-year-old from Tel Aviv, Israel plays online poker part time and had little live poker experience prior to winning this tournament. He told WSOP.com that he focused on what he knew best about the game instead of trying to read his opponents too much.
"I am mostly trying to eliminate the live elements of the game and just play poker." said Moshe.
Final table results:
1st: Asi Moshe - $582,321
2nd: Michael Ferrer- $361,207
3rd: Aaron Massey - $255,209
4th: David Jackson - $183,498
5th: Bobby Poe - $133,686
6th: Henrik Hecklen - $98,687
7th: Marc-Etienne McLaughlin - $73,781
8th: Tim West - $55,861
9th: Brian Kennedy - $42,826