Here is a closer look at the festivals Day 35 - WSOP 2015
It's been over a month now since the 2015 World Series of Poker (WSOP) has been heating up Rio All Suite Casino, in Las Vegas. Day 35 of the poker festival is actually marked by Takahiro Nakais victory in the $ 1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em. Takahiro is the second Japan-born poker player earning a WSOP gold bracelet, the first being Nayoa Kihara. Unbeatable, online poker enthusiast Takahiro bested a massive field of 2,497 entrants to seal his very first victory in an international event. The ultimate clash would see Takahiro Nakai and USAs Mel Wiener battling it out for quite a long run.
The verdict of the Event # 60, the $ 25,000 buy-in High-Roller Pot Limit Omaha, was also in the same day. There are currently 12 survivors, with Anthony Zinno leading the way. He has a panel of tough opponents to beat, namely Juha Helppi, Shaun Deeb and Alexander Kostritsyn. The kick-off of the $ 1,111 buy-in Little One for One Drop poker tournament is also among the highlights marking the 35th day of the series. The two starting days of the battle now record 4,555 entries. Indeed, there is quite a rush there-in. Among the notables to watch in the race include Michael Mizrachi, David Pham, Carlos Mortensen, Robert Romanello and Connor Drinan. May we remind you that $ 111 will be taken from every WSOP event entry-fee to benefit One Drop Foundation and its dear charity mission.
Friday, 03 July 2015
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