Adrian Diaz´ best ever “runneado” continued at the final table of the WSOPE Main Event to help him capture the WSOPE title and one million €uros first prize.
Daniel Negreanu won his sixth World Series of Poker bracelet last night in the WSOPE High Rollers Event – coming from last to first on the official final table.
Philipp Gruissem takes a significant chip lead into the final day of the WSOPE High Rollers Event, in which thirteen players remain – four spots from the money.
The WSOPE Main Event final table was set last night, with young Spanish player Adrian Mateos Diaz leading the six players who will contest Friday´s climax.
The final bracelet event in the current WSOPE series got underway yesterday – the High Rollers Event – with Sorel Mizzi leading the way at the end of Day 1.
Spanish poker player Adrian “Amadi_17” Diaz took a narrow lead in the WSOPE Main Event yesterday after admitting he had enjoyed several lucky seat draws.
Dominik Nitsche took the chip lead in the WSOPE Main Event in the final hand of Day 2 to deny Ludovic Lacay the overnight advantage as just 70 players remain.
Ludovic Lacay rebounded from the disappointment of losing the heads-up in the PLO Mix Max to take the lead in the WSOPE Main Event after two opening flights.
Noah Schwartz overturned a two-to-one chip deficit against Ludovic Lacay in the heads-up of WSOPE Event #6 to win his first ever World Series of Poker bracelet
Poker professional Dan O’Brien Holds a more than 3-to-1 chip lead going into the heads-up final of WSOPE Event #3.
Swedish Henrik Johansson wins his first bracelet in the 2013 WSOPE Event #2 and a price of 130,000 Euros.
Jackie Gazier continues to have a magnificent year as the last woman standing in the 2013 WSOP Main Event.