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   Thursday, July 18 2024 
Event # 11 of the WSOP : Watt dispossess Dwan of a bracelet

The Head's up of the Event # 11 of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) has been marked by the victory of the champion of the APPT Auckland Main Event 2009, Simon Watt, who face the legendary cash-game player Tom Dwan. This last was yet on the brink of his first WSOP bracelet and was on the verge of winning tens of millions of dollars which belong to bettors involved in the proposed challenge associated with his performance during this great worldwide event. There was indeed bets on the trophy and 2 million dollars were supposed to be the value of a bracelet according to the opinion of Durrr. Tom Dwan, supported and cheered by his fans and supporters in every move of big blind had well managed the tournament throughout the meeting by moving up gradually to the head of the 2,561 players participating in the $ 1,500 No Limit Hold'em until his final duel against the former software developer, the Australian Simon Watt.

The hero of the day that broke the dream of one of the best poker players in the world and saved others from the payment of a debt of bet worth a few million of dollars did not hide his satisfaction at this head's up which let him to pocket a gain of $ 614,248 and a first bracelet. Here are the final table of this event # 11 : first, Simon Watt with $ 614,248, second, Tom Dwan who won $ 381,885, third, David Randall ($ 270,299), fourth, Austin McCormick ($ 194,939), fifth, Jason Young ( $ 142,346), sixth, Shane Smith ($ 105,185), seventh, Marvin Rettenmaier ($ 78,861), eighth, Kyle Winter ($ 59,547) and ninth, Eric Ladny with $ 45,603.

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