2015 WSOP: THE COLOSSUS Final Table Is Set
Adi Prasetyo, THE COLOSSUS.
Posted on 03 June 2015 by "T".
Event #5: THE COLOSSUS $565 No-Limit Hold'em, the biggest live tournament in WSOP history, is down to final table of 9 players after four days of play. The remaining 9 players, who have outlasted 22,365 entries so far, are guaranteed a $67,681 payday on tomorrow's final table, with the chance of taking home the first-place prize of $638,880 (more than 1,100-times the €565 buy-in).
Adi Prasetyo will bring 39,300,000 - over 30% of the chips in play - into the final day of play as he aims to take home his first gold bracelet. (Many of the other remaining players will return tomorrow will below the chip average). Notables that will return tomorrow include Kenny Hallaert (second in chips) with almost $1 million in career earnings, and Day 3 chip leader Ray Henson who finished 12th in the 2007 WSOP Main Event.
3 comments for "2015 WSOP: THE COLOSSUS Final Table Is Set"
| Sorin888||04/06/2015 07:05:07 GMT|
| here are the bracelet winners so far in 2015: |
#1: $565 Casino Employees 688 Brandon Barnette $75,704
#2: $5,000 No Limit Hold'em 422 Michael Wang $466,120
#3: $1,500 Omaha Hi/Lo 918 Robert Mizrachi $251,022
#4: $3,000 No Limit Shootout 308 Nick Petrangelo $201,812
#6: $1,000 Hyper Hold'em 1,436 John Reading $252,068
#7: $10,000 Triple Draw Championship 109 Tuan Le $322,756
| klash23||04/06/2015 11:37:03 GMT|
| Well it is all over and the winner was an American called Cord Garcia,after looking at the results page there were not many players that I had heard of before and I think the tournament has been a success for the WSOP.|
The only concern I am having with the WSOP is that it seems to be mostly US players and in this game only about 5 or 6 in the top 50 were foreign and I am pretty sure that these days people would agree that American poker does not equate to 90% of the worlds best players.
| bowie1984||30/06/2015 00:52:16 GMT|
| Kek, this was by far almost the biggest rip-off in live tournament history. 22k players, 600 bucks buy-ins and the first place only pays out 6% of the total. Seeing that the proper WSOP touries have only couple hundred players plus their first prize almost always around 300k this was just ridiculous.|
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