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Three New Bracelet Winners at the WSOP

Three New Bracelet Winners at the WSOP

Yesterday saw a number of new bracelet winners at the WSOP across a range of exciting events. Corey Harrison won the $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em event, Danny Fuhs has won the $5,000 Omaha Hi-Low 8-or-Better event and Ken Lind won the Seniors No Limit Hold’em Championship.

Three New Bracelet Winners at the WSOP

Three more bracelets have been awarded at the WSOP after some spectacular poker performances

Corey Harrison had to beat seventeen players on the final day of the $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em event.

In the end he managed to beat Daniel Cascado heads-up to claim the $432,411 prize money.

The heads-up play lasted for nearly two hours, with both players taking the chip lead at different times. However, Cascado is unlikely to have been too disappointed with his $267,452 second place prize.

Meanwhile Danny Fuhs was cheered on by his parents as he won his first ever WSOP bracelet.

Fuhs managed to beat a field of 241 players to win after a thrilling heads up match with Christopher George. For his efforts, Fuhs took home $277,519 in prize money.

Ken Lind was the third bracelet winner of the day after he beat 4,407 players to win $634,809 in the Seniors No Limit Hold’em Championship.

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