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.
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.