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2019 WSOP Main Event Winner

HOSSEIN ENSAN | Earnings: $10,000,000

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PREVIOUS EARNINGS $233,973
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Poker has a new World Champion! Hossein Ensan won the Main Event of the 2019 World Series of Poker late Tuesday night, earning $10,000,000 and poker’s most prestigious prize: the WSOP Main Event bracelet. "This is the best feeling in my life," Ensan said after the event with a huge smile. "Unbelievable! I am so happy I’m here with the bracelet in hand. What can I say?" Ensan is the second German champion in WSOP history (the first was Pius Heinz, who won the 2011 Main Event). He is also the third Iranian born Main Event winner. after Monsour Matloubi (1990) and Hamid Dastmalchi (1992).

2019 Bracelet Winners

Nicholas Haynes
Event #1
Won: $62,248       Entries: 685
Nicholas Haynes, a Michigan born, Florida raised dealer at Aria for the last 1½ years, navigated a field of 686 players to take down Event #1: $500 Casino Employees Event. Haynes took home $62,345 and his first WSOP gold bracelet after defeating WSOP Media Director Isaac Hanson in heads-up play.
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Brian Green
Event #2
Won: $345,669       Entries: 204
Brian Green topped a field of 204 runners to win Event #2: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Super Turbo Bounty for $345,669 and his first gold bracelet. To do so he had to defeat his good friend – 2018 Global Poker Award winner for "Breakout Player of the Year", Ali Imsirovic.
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Femi Fashakin
Event #3
Won: $1,147,449       Entries: 28,371
The largest live tournament ever with 28,371 entries, Event #3: BIG 50 - $500 No-Limit Hold'em, has come to an end with Femi Fashakin as the champion, winning a life-changing $1,147,499 and his first gold WSOP bracelet. After four days of play here at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino it took almost seven hours of play on the final day for Fashakin to defeat Paul Cullen heads-up to claim the title in this special event which was created to celebrate the 50th Annual World Series of Poker.
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Derek McMaster
Event #4
Won: $228,228       Entries: 853
Derek McMaster won his first gold bracelet at the 50th Annual World Series of Poker (WSOP) when he topped an 853-player field in Event #4: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better. He took home the jewelry and the first-place prize of $228,228 by beating Jason Berilgen heads-up. Berilgen had to settle for $141,007. The 2018 WSOP Player-of-the-Year runner-up Ben Yu took 7th for $27,530.
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Benjamin Heath
Event #5
Won: $1,484,085       Entries: 110
After three days of play, just six players remained from the 110-entry field. Five bracelet winners, and Ben Heath. But Heath did bring the chip lead, a ton of experience playing high rollers, and seemingly immunity from feeling pressure in essential spots.
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Daniel Zack
Event #6
Won: $160,447       Entries: 296
He may have been to numerous WSOP final tables, but Dan Zack had never found his way to the podium. That changed today as the American mixed games crusher prevailed in Event #6: $2,500 Limit Mixed Triple Draw, outlasting the 296-entry contest. Zack earned $160,447 for his efforts and, more importantly, the prestigious hardware he'd been chasing for years. Zack's first win at the World Series was emphasized by his wild run in the tournament: he maneuvered virtually no chips for two and a half days.
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Yong Keun Kwon
Event #7
Won: $165,263       Entries: 2,825
"LuckySpewy1', better known as Yong Keun Kwon, has won the first of nine WSOP.com online events held in the 2019 World Series of Poker.Kwon took down Event #7: $400 WSOP.com ONLINE No-Limit Hold'em for $165,263. He defeated a field that held 1,965 players with 860 re-buys making for a total of 2,825 entries; one of the bigger online tournaments ever held for a WSOP bracelet.
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Alex Epstein
Event #8
Won: $296,227       Entries: 114
Alex Epstein has won his first bracelet and $296,277 after defeating a 114-entrant field in the first-ever $10,000 Short Deck Event at the WSOP.Epstein was responsible for the last three eliminations at the final table, including three-time bracelet-winner Chance Kornuth in fourth, before sending both Anson Tsang and Thai Ha to the rail in the same hand to clinch victory.
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Jeremy Pekarek
Event #9
Won: $398,281       Entries: 6,150
"After almost six hours of play on Day 3, Jeremy Pekarek is victorious in Event #9: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack for $398,281 and his first gold World Series of Poker Bracelet. Of the 6,151 entries in this event, just 582 players made it to Day 2, after which point the tournament staff decided to extend the event by one more day. A total of 923 players eventually made the money on Day 1, all snagging a piece of the $3,229,275 prize pool."
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Scott Clements
Event #10
Won: $144,957       Entries: 470
Scott Clements proved he's still got it. Just shy of a full 12 years after his last bracelet, "BigRiskky" nabbed his third piece of World Series of Pokerwristwear, taking down Event #10: $1,500 Dealers Choice for $144,957. He got through a field of 470 entries in the mixed-game bonanza.
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Daniel Strelitz
Event #11
Won: $442,385       Entries: 400
After ninety-nine hands on the final table in the Amazon Room on the Thunderdome stage in the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, Daniel Strelitz was the one to claim his first WSOP gold bracelet and the first-place prize of $442,385. Strelitz defeated Shannon Shorr heads-up who cashed for $273,416. More than 400 players showed up for Event #11: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em during the 50th Annual World Series of Poker.
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Daniel Park
Event #12
Won: $226,243       Entries: 2,452
The 50th Annual World Series of Poker has crowned another champion in Daniel Park after an action-packed day of exhilarating poker. Park took down one of the quickest tournaments of the series in Event #12: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Super Turbo Bounty for a hefty $226,243 and a shiny new gold WSOP bracelet.
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Yuval Bronshtein
Event #13
Won: $96,278       Entries: 296
Yuval Bronshtein claimed his first bracelet and $96,278 after making his tenth World Series of Poker final table appearance. This year's Event #13: $1,500 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw drew the largest field ever seen of this variant and buy-in at the WSOP, and the money awarded to the finalists reflected that fact.
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Murilo Figueredo
Event #14
Won: $207,003       Entries: 751
"The once raucous Brazilian crowd grew silent as the band of revelers awaited the showdown and then the final card. "Quads," an excited Murilo Souza mouthed, eyes wide open. "Quads!" He flipped his hand over and shouted something in Brazilian, no doubt calling for a high card as the only way the tournament would continue would be if Jason Stockfish could find a low card to take half of the Omaha pot."
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Sean Swingruber
Event #15
Won: $186,356       Entries: 112
"Sean Swingruber is the newest World Series of Poker gold bracelet winner. He won the $10,000 Heads Up No-Limit Championship for $186,356 after defeating three-time bracelet winner Ben Yu in the final match. "
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Isaac Baron
Event #16
Won: $407,739       Entries: 1,832
On Saturday, the final two players from a 1,832-entry field returned to action in the 2019 World Series of Poker Event #16: $1,500 NLH 6-Handed. On the line were a $407,739 top prize and coveted WSOP gold bracelet. It took just four hands for long-time poker pro Isaac Baron, 31, to emerge victorious to capture his first piece of WSOP hardware.
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Brett Apter
Event #17
Won: $238,824       Entries: 917
Brett Apter just claimed his first bracelet in Event #17: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout after outlasting a field of 917 players. He takes home $238,824, the first six-figure score of his WSOP resume, for his victory. Apter defeated some of the best players in the world, including eight-time bracelet winner Erik Seidel heads-up in Round 2, to make it to the finish line.
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Frankie O'Dell
Event #18
Won: $443,641       Entries: 183
Frankie O'Dell stands alone at the top of the Omaha hi-lo bracelet count. After winning Event #18: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship for his third bracelet — all in that variant of Omaha — O'Dell surpassed the likes of Chris Ferguson, Scotty Nguyen and Daniel Alaei, all of whom also had two Omaha hi-lo bracelets.
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John Gorsuch
Event #19
Won: $1,344,930       Entries: 8,809
The 2019 World Series of Poker Event #19: $1,500 NL Millionaire Maker was the largest in history with 8,809 runners, which over the course of five days was reduced to just one. John Gorsuch completed an epic comeback being down to less than two big blinds seven handed to win the tournament for $1,344,930 and his first gold bracelet.
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Eli Elezra
Event #20
Won: $93,766       Entries: 285
An old school game deserves an old school bracelet winner, and a fitting one emerged in $1,500 Seven-Card Stud as Eli Elezra joined the ranks of four-time bracelet winners, banking $93,766.
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Jim Bechtel
Event #21
Won: $253,817       Entries: 91
Gilbert, Arizona's Jim Bechtel has won his second career World Series of Poker gold bracelet by taking down Event #21 at the 2019 WSOP, $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw. Bechtel's win in this event over an elite 91-entry field was worth $253,815.
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Jorden Fox
Event #22
Won: $420,693       Entries: 3,253
orden Fox captured his maiden bracelet and conquered a 3,253-player strong field in Event #22: $1,000 Double Stack No-Limit Hold'em. The soon-to-be father received $420,693 for his accomplishment, overcoming a final table that included the likes of bracelet winner Jeffrey Smith and music supervisor Scott Vener.
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Rami Boukai
Event #23
Won: $177,294       Entries: 612
Rami Boukai has captured his second career WSOP bracelet, closing out the heads-up battle against John Evans in Event #23: $1,500 8-Game Mix and taking home the first-place prize of $177,294. Wednesday's action lasted just 40 minutes, as Boukai started Day 4 with a commanding chip lead and closed the deal quickly, securing the six-figure payday.
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Josh Pollock
Event #24
Won: $139,470       Entries: 1,216
After almost 13 hours of grinding online, 'loofa' has come out on top of the $600 WSOP.com ONLINE Pot Limit Omaha 6-handed event and won the gold WSOP bracelet. There were a total of 652 entries including 564 rebuys, which saw Josh "loofa" Pollock win $139,740 and his second bracelet.
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Andrew Donabedian
Event #25
Won: $205,605       Entries: 2,577
An extra day was needed to finish the huge Event #25: $600 Pot-Limit Omaha Deepstack. The brand new event at the 2019 World Series of Poker attracted 2,577 entries and created a prize pool of $1,352,925 with a first-place prize of $205,605. Andrew Donabedian took home the grand prize and his first WSOP gold bracelet by beating Todd Dreyer heads-up who had to settle for $126,948.
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Roman Korenev
Event #26
Won: $477,401       Entries: 1,083
There is a reason why they call it "a marathon" and on Day 6 of the 2019 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Event #26: $2,620 No-Limit Hold'em Marathon the 1,083-entry tournament lived up to its name. An epic heads-up battle resulted in Russian online poker pro Roman Korenev capturing his first WSOP gold bracelet and a payday of $477,401.
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Michael Mizrachi
Event #27
Won: $142,801       Entries: 460
Not for the first time, the chants of Michael Mizrachi's rail echoed around the Amazon room here in Event #27: $1,500 Stud Hi-Lo at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino as he captured bracelet number five, becoming the most successful bracelet-winner of the decade. Mizrachi topped a field of 460 and defeated Robert Gray heads-up to secure the title, nine years after his first back in 2010.
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Stephen Song
Event #28
Won: $341,854       Entries: 2,477
Stephen Song entered the day with nearly half the chips in play among the six remaining players at the beginning of Day 3 of the 2019 World Series of Poker Event #28: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em. His sights were set on the first place prize of $341,854 and the opportunity to earn his first career WSOP gold bracelet.
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Greg Mueller
Event #29
Won: $425,347       Entries: 172
He was all in with a bottom pair. No kicker. No fold equity. And it worked out magnificently. Greg Mueller got it right. He survived the critical situation and catapulted himself back to a playable stack in Event #29: $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship. A few hours later, Mueller closed it out. He captured his third WSOP bracelet and the $425,347 top-prize, defeating a field of 172 entries.
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Luis Zedan
Event #30
Won: $236,673       Entries: 1,526
Luis Zedan was the last man standing of the 1,526 runners to take part in the record-breaking field for this event. He jumped into the top spot early on Day 2 and showed no fear of playing massive pots at any point thereafter. During the third day, he dropped towards the bottom of the counts, but didn't tilt and quickly built his stack back up, bouncing back up to a substantial chip lead when he headed into the final day.
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Thomas Cazayous
Event #31
Won: $414,766       Entries: 754
Thomas Cazayous' opponents called him "the silent assassin." In the end, he lived up to that moniker, picking off his final three opponents one by one to win Event #31: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed at the 2019 World Series of Poker for $414,766.
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Howard Mash
Event #32
Won: $662,594       Entries: 5,916
Howard Mash has taken down Event #32: $1,000 Seniors No-Limit Hold'em Championship, winning his first career bracelet and the $662,594 first prize after a hard-fought heads up battle with Jean-René Fontaine. These two players started Day 4 – fourteen hours ago – as the top two players in the Day 3 chipcounts and finished the night the same way they started the day.
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Robert Campbell
Event #33
Won: $144,027       Entries: 467
Robert Campbell is the winner of the $1,500 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball tournament. He will take home $144,027 and the World Series of Poker gold bracelet. This is Campbell’s first bracelet. His previous best finish was a second place finish in the 2015 $1,500 HORSE. This was his eighth final table.
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Joseph Cheong
Event #34
Won: $687,782       Entries: 6,214
Joseph Cheong just won the first bracelet of his career in Event #34: $1,000 Double Stack No-Limit Hold'em of the 50th Annual World Series of Poker at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. Cheong takes home the first-place prize of $687,782 for his victory after defeating a four-figure field of 6,214 players, putting him at over $6,300,000 in total earnings at the World Series of Poker.
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Adam Friedman
Event #35
Won: $312,417       Entries: 122
Just 372 days ago, Adam Friedman won his second World Series of Poker gold bracelet in the 2018 WSOP Event #18: $10,000 Dealer's Choice, and now he joins the elusive club of back-to-back winners after he successfully defended his title to win the 2019 WSOP Event #35: $10,000 Dealer's Choice Championship for $312,417 and his third career WSOP bracelet.
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David Lambard
Event #36
Won: $207,193       Entries: 313
The second Shootout tournament of the 50th Annual World Series of Poker has crowned a champion and it was David Lambard topping a field of 313 players to take home the lion's share of a $845,100 prize pool, and most importantly, the elusive gold bracelet. For his victory in Event #36: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout, Lambard received $207,193 after defeating French poker pro and poker coach Johan "YoH ViraL" Guilbert heads-up.
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Robert Mitchell
Event #37
Won: $297,537       Entries: 2,808
It took three days for a field of 2,808 to be whittled down to one, and in the end, it was Salt Lake's Robert Mitchell who captured his first ever WSOP gold bracelet in Event #37: $800 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack. The 41-year old claimed the first-place prize of $297,537, the largest slice the nearly $2,000,000 prize pool had to offer. The American caught a hot streak of cards early on the final day and rode it all the way to the eventual gold.
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Upeshka De Silva
Event #38
Won: $98,263       Entries: 1,224
It took just over 11 hours for a champion to be crowned in Event #38: WSOP.com ONLINE No-Limit Hold'em Knockout Bounty and when the dust settled, it was a familiar face in Upeshka 'gomezhamburg' De Silva who emerged as the victor.
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Michael Blake
Event #39
Won: $359,863       Entries: 2,650
Arguably one of the most fun tournaments of the series has come to an end today and a new champion has been crowned in Event #39: $1,000 Super Seniors No-Limit Hold'em. A record-breaking field of 2,650 players walked through the doors of the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, and when the last chance saloon had closed for business it was Michael Blake who took down the tournament for a staggering $359,863 as well as a shiny new WSOP bracelet.
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Ismael Bojang
Event #40
Won: $298,507       Entries: 1,216
Another event is in the books at the 2019 World Series of Poker as Ismael Bojang was crowned champion of Event #40: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha after beating 1,216 entries. Bojang beat James Little heads-up and took home his first WSOP gold bracelet and a top prize of $298,507 while Little had to settle for second place and $184,424.
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John Hennigan
Event #41
Won: $245,451       Entries: 88
John Hennigan, regarded as one of the best Seven Card Stud players on the planet is the most recent 2019 World Series of Poker bracelet winner, having just topped a field of 88 of the world's best in Event #41: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship to earn a first place prize of $245,451.
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Aristeidis Moschonas
Event #42
Won: $194,759       Entries: 2,403
Aristeidis Moschonas has pulled off a chip-and-a-chair comeback worthy of the history books, rebuilding a stack from a low point of less than one big blind to claim his first World Series of Poker gold bracelet and $194,759 in prize money. Rapturous Greek shouting met his 2019 WSOP victory over last year's $10,000 Stud champion Dan Matsuzuki, his final opponent out of a total field of 2,403 runners.
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Loren Klein
Event #43
Won: $127,808       Entries: 218
Bill Boyd and Doyle Brunson had been the only players in World Series of Poker (WSOP) history who had won bracelets in four consecutive years. Loren Klein has now joined the two legends, adding number four to his résumé as he prevailed in the 2019 WSOP Event #43: $2,500 Mixed Big Bet.
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Asi Moshe
Event #44
Won: $253,933       Entries: 1,807
Arguably one of the most anticipated tournaments of the series has come to an end today and a new champion has been crowned in Event #44: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty. The tournament field that started with 1,807 players that walked through the doors of the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, and when the tournament had come to an end, it was Asi Moshe who took down the tournament for a staggering $253,933 as well as a shiny new WSOP bracelet to add to his collection.
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Stephen Chidwick
Event #45
Won: $1,618,417       Entries: 278
Stephen Chidwick has done it. After 52 previous World Series of Poker cashes and 13 final tables without capturing an elusive bracelet, the British poker pro from Deal finally claimed his first piece of gold. It came with a hefty payday of $1,618,417 after he bested 278 runners in the 2019 WSOP Event #45: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller. It was the biggest prize awarded during the 2019 World Series of Poker thus far and boosted his total live clashes to nearly $25 million, good for 18th spot on the all-time money list.
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Daniel Lupo
Event #46
Won: $145,274       Entries: 1,767
It took only a little over seven hours to play down to a winner in Event #46: $500 WSOP.com ONLINE No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack and at the end of the day it was Dan "centrfieldr' Lupo who became the bracelet winner.
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Jiyoung Kim
Event #47
Won: $167,308       Entries: 968
After 157 hands on the final day of the 2019 World Series of Poker Event #47: $1,000/$10,000 Ladies No-Limit Hold'em Championship, South Korea's Jiyoung Kim won her first WSOP gold bracelet and a first-place prize of $167,308 by defeating Nancy Matson heads-up. The event attracted 968 entries due to a new format with an increased starting stack of 20,000 chips and the fact that players could reenter during the first eight levels of play.
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Ari Engel
Event #48
Won: $427,399       Entries: 996
Ari Engel has emerged victorious from a field of 996 to take down Event #48: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em and claim his first WSOP bracelet. With nine WSOP Circuit rings to his name and 15 years of WSOP experience, Engel had never bagged a bracelet at the World Series of Poker until today.
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Luke Schwartz
Event #49
Won: $273,336       Entries: 100
In a true test of endurance, Luke Schwartz proved he's matured over the years. A strenuous three-handed battle couldn't stop the 35-year-old Londoner from winning his first WSOP bracelet. Schwartz took down the $10k Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship for $273,336, beating a 100-player field.
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Kainalu McCue-Unciano
Event #50
Won: $1,008,850       Entries: 6,035
A new millionaire has been crowned at the 50th Annual World Series of Poker in Event #50: Monster Stack - $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em. Kainalu McCue-Unciano rose to the top through a field of 6,035 to capture his first ever WSOP gold bracelet after defeating Vincent Chauve in a back and forth heads-up match.
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Yuri Dzivielevski
Event #51
Won: $213,750       Entries: 401
It took over 30 levels over three long days for Yuri Dzivielevski to become the latest WSOP bracelet winner after he triumphed in Event #51: $2,500 Mixed Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better, Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better and he could not have been happier about the accomplishment.
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Dash Dudley
Event #52
Won: $1,086,967       Entries: 518
A new millionaire and maiden bracelet winner has been crowned at the 2019 World Series of Poker as Event #52: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship drew to a conclusion after four and a half levels on the final day. The main feature table in the Amazon room of the Rio All-Suite and Hotel set the stage for the Pot-Limit Omaha specialists to determine their champion out of a massive field of 518 entries, which created a massive prize pool of $4,869,200.
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Santiago Soriano
Event #53
Won: $371,203       Entries: 3,759
Santiago Soriano has won his first bracelet in Event #53: $800 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack, seeing off tough final table opposition including bracelet holder and prior Main Event finalist Amir Lehavot and triple 2019 Deepstack finalist Ben Underwood, ending today the last man standing from a field of 3,759.
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Kevin Gerhart
Event #54
Won: $119,054       Entries: 363
Kevin Gerhart eliminated the last five players and six in total at the final table of Event #54: $1,500 Razz to win $119,054 in prize money and his first WSOP gold bracelet.
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Jason Gooch
Event #55
Won: $241,493       Entries: 1,333
After 12 hours of grinding online, Jason 'TheBigGift' Gooch has come out on top of the $1,000 WSOP.com ONLINE No-Limit Hold'em Double Stack event. Having finished runner-up to Josh "loofa" Pollock in the $600 PLO WSOP.com online bracelet event earlier this summer, this time around he was able to take down the title. With a total of 922 entries, Gooch was the last man standing and won $241,492.94 and his first bracelet.
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Jonas Lauck
Event #56
Won: $260,335       Entries: 1,867
Jonas Lauck was crowned the winner of Event #56: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Super Turbo Bounty after a 15.5-hour long day at the 2019 World Series of Poker. The German professional player ended on top of a 1,867-player field as the winner and he collected $260,335 and some bounties worth $500 each. Robert Bickley had to settle for second place and $160,820 plus bounties.
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Barak Wisbrod
Event #57
Won: $56,131       Entries: 976
After almost ten levels of play, Event #57: $1,000 Tag Team No-Limit Hold'em has come to an end. The tournament was originally scheduled as a four-day event but crowned the champions a day early as Team Geiger with Ohad Geiger, Daniel Dayan and the main man Barak Wisbrod defeated Team Smith heads-up for three gold WSOP bracelets and the first-place prize of $168,395. The tournament attracted 976 teams in total during the first eight levels of play on Day 1 here at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.
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Daniel Dayan
Event #57
Won: $56,132       Entries: 976
After almost ten levels of play, Event #57: $1,000 Tag Team No-Limit Hold'em has come to an end. The tournament was originally scheduled as a four-day event but crowned the champions a day early as Team Geiger with Ohad Geiger, Daniel Dayan and the main man Barak Wisbrod defeated Team Smith heads-up for three gold WSOP bracelets and the first-place prize of $168,395. The tournament attracted 976 teams in total during the first eight levels of play on Day 1 here at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.
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Ohad Geiger
Event #59
Won: $56,132       Entries: 976
After almost ten levels of play, Event #57: $1,000 Tag Team No-Limit Hold'em has come to an end. The tournament was originally scheduled as a four-day event but crowned the champions a day early as Team Geiger with Ohad Geiger, Daniel Dayan and the main man Barak Wisbrod defeated Team Smith heads-up for three gold WSOP bracelets and the first-place prize of $168,395. The tournament attracted 976 teams in total during the first eight levels of play on Day 1 here at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.
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Phillip Hui
Event #58
Won: $1,099,311       Entries: 74
Phil Hui has reached the pinnacle of the mixed-game tournament poker, topping what is widely considered the toughest tournament in the world. Hui walked away with a whopping $1,099,311 top-prize and his name will be forever engraved on the Chip Reese Memorial Trophy.
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Joe Foresman
Event #59
Won: $397,903       Entries: 6,140
From a whopping 6,140 entries, the final player standing in the 2019 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Event #59: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack Championship is Joe Foresman, earning his first gold bracelet and an added $10,000 seat into the 2019 WSOP Main Event.
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Anthony Zinno
Event #60
Won: $279,920       Entries: 1,117
In a tournament that featured 1,117 entrants and required almost a full extra day to complete, it was Anthony Zinno who ultimately emerged as the winner in the 2019 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Event #60: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better to add a second gold bracelet to his poker career and the first-place prize of $279,920.
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Sejin Park
Event #61
Won: $451,272       Entries: 13,109
After less than five hours of play over 125 hands, the 2019 World Series of Poker Event #61: COLOSSUS - $400 No-Limit Hold'em crowned its winner in Sejin Park who won the second WSOP gold bracelet for South Korea this summer.
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Scott Seiver
Event #62
Won: $301,421       Entries: 116
Scott Seiver has been widely considered one of the best all-around players in poker for many years, playing in the biggest buy-in tournaments and the biggest cash games. On Saturday, Seiver added a third World Series of Poker gold bracelet to his mantle, besting a field of 116 players in the 2019 WSOP $10,000 Razz Championship for $301,421. While this result is only his 17th-largest career score, Seiver takes immense pride in giving it his all in these championship events.
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Anatolii Zyrin
Event #63
Won: $199,838       Entries: 717
When Anatolii Zyrin lost a 4-to-1 lead heads up for a bracelet three weeks ago, he wouldn't imagine getting another serious shot at a title this summer. And if there was an event in which he'd expect it the least, the 717-entry $1,500 Omaha Mix would be a strong candidate.
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Rick Alvarado
Event #64
Won: $888,888       Entries: 10,185
Sometimes, it takes more than one attempt to succeed. And there's always one more chance in an unlimited re-entry tournament. Rick Alvarado needed to bust six times before he finally converted his number seven into something special. His relentlessness more than paid off."
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Nick Schulman
Event #65
Won: $463,670       Entries: 193
Nick Schulman is no stranger to the bright lights of poker. The multi-bracelet winner and PokerGO commentator has been a part of final tables at the biggest stage from numerous angles.
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David "ODB" Baker
Event #66
Won: $161,139       Entries: 541
The 2019 World Series of Poker Event #66: $1,500 Limit Hold'em attracted 541 players, and after finishing as chip leader on both Days 2 and 3, well-respected poker pro David "ODB" Baker closed it out at the final table of six without relinquishing that lead.
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Robert Campbell
Event #67
Won: $385,763       Entries: 151
A little over two weeks ago, Australian Robert Campbell captured his first WSOP bracelet when he won the Event #33: $1,500 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw for $144,027.
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Nicholas Baris
Event #68
Won: $303,739       Entries: 1,750
After 11 and a half hours of online action Nicholas "Illari" Baris emerged as the winner of Event #68: $1,000 WSOP.com ONLINE No-Limit Hold'em Championship. He defeated a field with a total of 1,750 entries for a whopping grand prize of $303,738.75. It is the first WSOP Bracelet for the Utica, New York native, with his previous biggest online WSOP result being an 8th-place finish in 2018 in a PLO 6-handed tournament.
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Jeremy Saderne
Event #69
Won: $628,654       Entries: 5,521
Frequent chants, shouting in various languages and crazy celebrations came from the corner of the Amazon room as Event #69: $1,000 Mini Main Event reached a sizzling conclusion at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. In a nutshell, it was exactly what poker enthusiasts are used to from ESPN and their coverage of the annual $10,000 WSOP Main Event.
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Joao Vieira
Event #70
Won: $758,011       Entries: 815
Joao Vieira has come through a record-breaking 815 entrant field in Event #70: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed at the 2019 World Series of Poker to win his first piece of WSOP jewelry and the impressive first-place prize of $758,011. Vieira beat none other than 2009 Main Event champion and four-time bracelet winner Joe Cada heads-up to claim the title and only the fourth bracelet for Portugal.
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Susan Faber
Event #71
Won: $121,161       Entries: 1,723
The 2019 World Series of Poker has finally crowned its first woman's champion outside of the ladies event this summer as Susan Faber outlasted 1723 players to win her first bracelet in Event #71: $500 SALUTE TO WARRIORS No-Limit Hold'em.
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Juha Helppi
Event #72
Won: $306,622       Entries: 118
After a grueling thirteen hours on the final day of Event #72: $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship , the Finnish poker legend that is Juha Helppi finally claimed his first WSOP bracelet and the first-place prize of $306,622 that comes with it. Helppi played Mike Lancaster heads-up for a long four hours to come out victorious in the end. The 50th Annual World Series of Poker edition of this tournament attracted 118 entries which beat last year's number.
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Hossein Ensan
Event #73
Won: $10,000,000       Entries: 8,569
His railbirds' shirts, black with conjoining colors of German and Iranian flags, called Hossein Ensan a "sure bet." For most of the 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event final table, he looked like just that. Ensan entered with a massive lead and only strengthened his grip on things over the course of the first two days, toting 63 percent of the chips into three-handed play.
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Brandon Adams
Event #74
Won: $411,561       Entries: 593
It took a little over twelve hours of grinding online to play down to a winner in Event #74: $3,200 WSOP.com ONLINE No-Limit Hold'em High Roller. At the end of the day, it was Brandon "DrOctagon" Adams winning the bracelet.
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James Anderson
Event #75
Won: $690,686       Entries: 6,248
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's James Anderson, 33, has become the winner of the 2019 World Series of Poker Event #75: $1,000+111 Little One for One Drop No-Limit Hold'em by outlasting a record-setting field of 6,246 to claim his first WSOP gold bracelet and a first-place prize of $690,686. Anderson defeated Brazil's Fernando Karam heads-up during an unscheduled extra day, denying the successful Brazilians their third WSOP bracelet of the summer.
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Shawn Buchanan
Event #76
Won: $223,119       Entries: 1,560
Shawn "bucky21" Buchanan has come out on top of Event #76 $800 WSOP.com ONLINE No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed, winning his first World Series of Poker gold bracelet and a whopping first-place prize of $223,119. After a little over 11 hours, Buchanan bested an online field of 1,560 players, and came out on top after beating two-time WSOP bracelet champion David "Youngpitts" Baker heads up.
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Tu Dao
Event #77
Won: $133,189       Entries: 193
Canada's Tu “Stephanie” Dao has become the second woman to win an open event at the 2019 World Series of Poker by taking down Event #77 of the 2019 WSOP, $3,000 Limit Hold'em 6-Handed.Dao, a 44-year-old native of Vietnam who now resides in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, collected $132,189 and her first career gold bracelet. The win marks Dao's third career WSOP cash and gives her a total of $187,278 in lifetime WSOP earnings.
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Maximilian Klostermeier
Event #78
Won: $177,823       Entries: 1,130
An extra day was needed to finish Event #78: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Bounty at the 2019 World Series of Poker . This second-year event attracted 1,130 entries and created a prize pool of $960,500 with a first-place prize of $177,823. Maximilian Klostermeier took home the grand prize and his first WSOP gold bracelet by beating David Callaghan, who had to settle for $109,844.
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Ivan Deyra
Event #79
Won: $380,090       Entries: 671
Ivan Deyra topped 671 entrants in Event #79: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em to win $380,090 and become the third French bracelet winner of the summer.
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Jerry Odeen
Event #80
Won: $304,793       Entries: 1,250
He arrived only for a couple of weeks, but he's leaving the town with a bracelet on his wrist. Sweden's Jerry Odeen came back from a short stack to conquer a 1,250-player field in the 2019 World Series of Poker Event #80: $1,500 Mixed No-Limit Hold'em, Pot-Limit Omaha.
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Shankar Pillai
Event #81
Won: $71,580       Entries: 185
Tons of variables influence success in poker tournaments. Playing at one's best and running well are the most cited ones, but a favorable table draw might also be one of the key ingredients. Shankar Pillai proved it today in the 185-entry 2019 World Series of Poker Event #81: $1,500 Bracelet Winners Only Event.
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Tom Koral
Event #82
Won: $530,164       Entries: 2,589
Skokie, Illinois' Tom Koral, 35, won his second career bracelet after besting a 2,589-player field to win the 2019 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Event #82: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Double Stack for $530,164. It was the biggest score of Koral's long-standing poker career and his biggest victory since winning his first bracelet in a $1,500 Stud event in 2017.
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Keith Tilston
Event #83
Won: $2,792,406       Entries: 99
Keith Tilston made his way through a 99-entry field in the 2019 World Series of Poker Event #83: $100,000 High Roller to win his first bracelet and a career-high cash of $2,792,406, denying Daniel Negreanu heads-up in front of a packed crowd.
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Abhinav Iyer
Event #84
Won: $565,346       Entries: 2,800
After two days of action-packed play, one man was left standing after the dust had settled and that was Abhinav Iyer. With unlimited re-entries across all three starting flights, 2,800 entries were registered in total, generating a tasty $3,780,000 prizepool here at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. That prizepool meant a top prize of $565,346 and the WSOP bracelet were Iyer's at the end of a mammoth final day effort."
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Alan Sternberg
Event #85
Won: $448,392       Entries: 835
As the 2019 World Series of Poker winds down, there were still some gold bracelets to be awarded. On the penultimate day of the series, only six players returned to the felt for Event #85: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Handed and Alan Sternberg reigned victorious to capture his first-ever bracelet along with $448,392 in prize money.
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Anuj Agarwal
Event #86
Won: $630,747       Entries: 272
It is the final day of the 2019 World Series of Poker and Anuj Agarwal has taken down one of the last WSOP gold bracelets of the summer by beating 271 other players in Event #86 $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed Championship. Agarwal took home $630,747 for his biggest ever career cash. He more than doubled his total amount of recorded live cashes by beating Australia's Kahle Burns heads up. Burns had to settle for $389,832 on his first WSOP final table on American soil.
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Denis Strebkov
Event #87
Won: $206,173       Entries: 301
Last year, Denis Strebkov stunned the world, winning unprecedented five titles in the online world championships. The well-versed Russian player arrived at 2019 World Series of Poker to showcase his versatility and he'd made it to three final tables during the recent few weeks.
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Taylor Paur
Event #88
Won: $149,241       Entries: 1,859
After almost 13 hours of online grinding, Taylor "Galactar" Paur came out on top of Event #88: $500 WSOP.com ONLINE No-Limit Hold'em Summer Saver.
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Carl Shaw
Event #89
Won: $606,562       Entries: 608
A champion has been crowned in the final event of the 50th Annual World Series of Poker! Britain's Carl Shaw defeated Tony Dunst heads-up for $606,562 and his first-ever gold WSOP bracelet. The final starting event here at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino attracted 608 players in total who created a prize pool of $2,827,200 with 92 players getting paid. With Shaw's bracelet, the United Kingdom laid claim to four bracelets this summer. Ben Heath, Stephen Chidwick, and Luke Schwarz went before him.
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Danny Tang
Event #90
Won: $1,608,406       Entries: 123
In early June with the 2019 World Series of Poker in full swing, a 90th bracelet event was added to the schedule for the 50th annual WSOP with this Final Fifty looking to bookend another successful WSOP. The Event #90: $50,000 Final Fifty has now concluded with Hong Kong's Danny Tang topping the 123-entrant field to capture his first WSOP bracelet and the $1,608,406 first-place prize after defeating some of the best high roller players in the world.
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