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WSOP 2012: Ylon Schwartz won a bracelet at the $ 1,500 HORSE

The HORSE Event # 27 of the World Series of Poker 2012 brought together during its four days of competition 889 players who competed for the title by paying a buy in of $ 1,500. The final day featured eight players but only three of them was on the podium, who was Ylon Schwartz, Stephen Chidwick and David Chiu. Stephen Chidwick was the first player to leave the table after having been eliminated by Ylon Schwartz. He and David Chiu was engaging a hard head's up that turned in favor of the native of New York. For his first place, Ylon Schwartz won the gold bracelet and the sum of $ 267,081. Among the eliminated players at the final table, we find Robby Rasmussen who pocketed a gain of $ 78,021 followed by Elior Zion $ 55,422, John Rogers ($ 40,169), Jason Brown ($ 29,679) and Marlon Milne ($ 22,358).



Ylon Schwartz started playing poker in 2004 as a professional and four years later, he reached the 4th place of the WSOP Main Event 2008. This win at $ 1,500 HORSE is a kind of consecration for the player of 41 years. At this final table, Schwartz eliminated successively Marlon Milne, John Rogers and Stephen Chidwick before overcoming David Chiu, a regular of the WSOP. Among the players who were in the money at the WSOP Event # 27, there is among others Allen Cunningham who pocketed $ 17,150 for his 10th place, Rep Porter (14th, $ 10,669), Cliff Josephy (16th, 8641 $), Chip Jett (19th, $ 7,116), ...

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