Michael Drummond and Dan Kelly won bracelets - WSOP 2014
Two bracelets were shared out on Sunday in Event # 42 and Event # 43 of the World Series Of Poker (WSOP). Actually Michael Drummond wins the $ 5,000 Six-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha while Dan Kelly grabs his second bracelet in this annual poker tournament by knocking Yegor Tsurikov out in the $ 1,500 Limit HoldEm. 542 players took part in Event # 42 but only thirteen of them were qualified for the ultimate stage on Sunday in the prestigious Amazon poker room of Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, where US poker player Michael Drummond eventually hit the top prize. In fact, Drummond topped the six-player final table to find himself facing Darius Studdard in the Heads-up clash, and won. Now he has his very first WSOP bracelet along with $ 541,747 prize-money while Studdard settled with $ 334,593 for his runner-up place in this $ 5,000 Six-Handed Pot Limit Omaha. The third place is occupied b Kory Kilpatrick for $ 217,113 of win; he is followed by Ryan Schmidt ($ 143,397) and Brant Hale ($ 95,598).
Chipleader and WSOP Europe 2010 winner, Phil Laak was the first to head to exit; he took home $ 66,918 though. As for Dan Kelly, he emerged victorious in the three-days Event #43 ($ 1,500 Limit HoldEm) and collected a prize of $ 195,167. He topped a field of 657 players and won second WSOP bracelet. As a reminder, his first bracelet is dated back in 2010 when he clinched victory in the $ 25,000 Six-Handed No Limit HoldEm and won $ 1.3 million. This time, he illuminated among the nine remaining players who played the final table and eventually won over Yegor Tsurikov($ 120,501) in the Heads-up. As for Shack-Brandon Harris, he fell to third place for $ 78,335; he was followed by Sean Berrios ($ 57,536), Jesse Katz ($ 42,857), David Chiu ($ 32,338), Jeff Lisandro ($ 24,683), Bryce Landier ($ 19,051) and Ron Burke ($ 14,856).
Tuesday, 24 June 2014
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