World Series of Poker Review June
Image Another day of World Series of Poker is over and here are the highlights from Thursday June 12:


Event 20: LimitHolďem $2,000 – Daniel Negreanu cleaned up his 8 member competition and won his fourth career WSOP bracelet and $204,874.

Event 19: Pot-Limit Omaha $1,500 – Vanessa Selbst survive a heads-up battle and won the bracelet and $227,933.

Now let me mention other events played on June 12:

EVENTS THAT FINISHED

Event 20: FINAL: Limit Hold'em $2,000 (3 day event). As already mentioned above, Daniel Negreanu won WSOP bracelet and $204,874 over other players in just over five hours at the final table.

Event 19: FINAL: Pot-Limit Omaha $1,500 (3 day event). This event is considered one of the craziest events of the series. This time the bracelet and $27,933 belonged to Vanessa Selbst.

Event 18: FINAL: No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball w/Re-Buys $5,000 (3 day event). The final table last twelve hour and the victory came to Mike ´the Mouth´ Matusow. He got his third bracelet already and $537,862. Second price $347,862 belonged to Jeffrey ´Iceman´ Lisandro.

Event 17: No-Limit Hold'em Shootout $1,500 (2 day event). 12 hours final table was finished by victory of Jason Young over Mike Schwartz. Jason grabbed the bracelet and $335,565.

Event 16: Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better $2,000 (3 day event). Ted Forrest was fighting for his sixth bracelet. It was unknown online player Andrew Brown who got his first WSOP bracelet and $226,448.

 

 
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