WSOP 2013: Schneider wins his third bracelet, Hellmuth bows at the 5th place
Phil Hellmuth has particularly attracted the attention of the public in the Amazons poker room during the second day of the Event # 16 of the World Series of Poker 2013 (WSOP), a $ 10,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold'em. He was effectively on the good way to win his 14th bracelet because he was among the eight last players still in the running. But Mark Radoja blocked his route by eliminating him at the fifth place. Then, the latter ousted Justin Bonomo and played the final duel face to Don Nguyen. Radoja dominated his opponent and at the 85th hand, he completely wrecked Nguyen. He then pocketed the reward of $ 331,490 and was entitled with the golden bracelet.
The Event # 15 also crowned its winner in the person of Tom Schneider. This $ 1,500 buy-in H.O.R.S.E event gathered numerous WSOP champions, following the example of Dan Kelly, David Singer, Frankie O'Dell and Rep Porter, who were classified respectively 16th, 11th, 5th and 4th. When there were only three players at the table, the party was interrupted because one of the players, Owais Ahmed, injured himself with a card. A few minutes after the resumption of the game, the RussianViatchelav Ortynskiy bowed at the 3rd place. Schneider has then faced Ahmed at the final duel. Still unwell, the later ended to lay down arms. On the contrary, Schneider pocketed $ 258,960 and embellished his prize list with a third WSOP bracelet by emerging victorious of the meeting.
Thursday, 13 June 2013
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