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2019 WSOP: Event #10: $1,500 Dealers Choice won by Scott Clements for $144,957

Tags: 2019 WSOP, Mike Ross, Naoya Kihara, Scott Clements, Tim McDermott, WSOP 2019
Posted on 06 June 2019 by "T".

On June 6, Thursday, a poker pro has caught the third WSOP gold bracelet of his career after winning Event #10 of the 2019 WSOP. He won bracelets back in 2006 and 2007, however he had to endure and wait for almost 12 years to be able to win another.

2019 WSOP Event #10: $1,500 Dealers Choice

Buy-in: $1,500
Date: June 3 to June 5, 2019
Entries: 470
Prize pool: $634,500

Scott Clements outlasted a player field of 470 to take home the prize money worth $144,957.

Read more » 2019 WSOP: Event #10: $1,500 Dealers Choice won by Scott Clements for $144,957

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2012 WSOP Event #34: First Japanease Player to Win A Gold Bracelet at the WSOP

Tags: 2012 wsop, Chris De Maci, event 34, NAOYA KIHARA, WSOP
Posted on 21 June 2012 by "M".

Naoya KiharaThe winner of event #34, Naoya Kihara took his nation's first ever WSOP Gold Bracelet last night when he won the Six-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha event and won $512,029 in prize money.

The 30 year old Japanease player made his WSOP debut in last year's WSOP where he managed to get in the money by finishing 653rd in event #58 which gave him $19,359. The former school teacher turned poker pro is mostly playing online poker but according to WSOP.com Kihara now "hopes to travel around the world and play in more live tournaments with this victory".

At the final table in event #34, Kihara was accompanied by two former Gold Bracelet winners; the 2008 Pot-Limit Hold'em winner Davidi Kitai (finished at 5th) and the No-Limit Hold'em winner of 2010 Jason DeWitt (finished at 8th). The runner-up was Chris De Maci who's WSOP record shows a 12th placement in 2005's Hold'em event #9.

As for the future, Kihara is hoping to get an online sponshorship deal but also, according to WSOP.com, to "become a poker ambassador in his home country, as well as throughout Asia".


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