WSOP Day 35 – Couple More Bracelets Awarded

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Whilst the world’s top players in the World Series of Poker ‘Big One For One Drop’ were risking a million dollars of their money in an attempt at making a mega score, there were other events taking place in the background. Two of those events revealed bracelet winners whilst the others continued to reduce their fields on the lookout for some more.

Event #51 NLHE Monster Stack Day 5 – Pingray Wins Huge Event

After five long days a field of almost 8,000 players has been whittled down until the final nine battled it out to determine on a winner on the final day. That winner was Hugo Pingray who came into the day with the chip lead. He now has a bracelet and a very nice score of $1,327,083 to enjoy after beating Joseph McKeehan heads up.

The Final Standings

1st) Hugo Pingray – $1,327,083

2nd) Joseph McKeehen – $820,863

3rd) Sean Drake – $619,521

4th) Claas Segebrecht – $468,594

5th) Thayer Rasmussen – $356,620

6th) Lynne Beaumont – $273,090

7th) Bobby Byram – $210,469

8th) Zachary Gruneberg – $163,238

9th) Joshua Hillock – $127,364

10th) Robert Gustafsson – $99,981

Event #55 – $1.5k NLHE Day 3 – Moshe Earns 1st Bracelet

This event was the first one to finish up on Day 35 of the World Series of Poker, bringing with a new WSOP bracelet winner. Asi Moshe came out on top of the 17 players that began Day 3 including that of Michael Ferrer heads up. He earned $582,321 for his efforts along with the brand new shiny bracelet.

The Final Standings

1st) Asi Moshe – $582,321

2nd) Michael Ferrer – $361,207

3rd) Aaron Massey – $255,209

4th) David Jackson – $183,498

5th) Bobby Poe – $133,686

6th) Henrik Hecklen – $98,687

7th) Marc-Etienne McLaughlin – $73,781

8th) Timothy West – $55,861

9th) Brian Kennedy – $42,826

10th) Georgios Kapalas – $33,219

Event #56 – $1k NLHE Day 2 – Henson Leads 16

Day 2 of this event has brought us down to the final 16 players that will be coming back just one more time in order to fight it out for the WSOP bracelet. Raymond Henson is just about edging the chip lead right now with 897,000 but Steve Gross is hot on his tail with 859,000.

The Current Standings

1st) Raymond Henson – 897,000

2nd) Steve Gross – 859,000

3rd) Richard Milne – 827,000

4th) Andrew Egan – 731,000

5th) Robert Merulla – 529,000

6th) Michael Marckx – 510,000

7th) Matt Salsberg – 494,000

8th) Eric Shanks – 450,000

9th) Viktor Skoldstedt – 402,000

10th) Mike Kachan – 375,000

Event #58 – $1.5k Mixed-Max NLHE Day 1 – Jain Leads Cantu

Two more events started up on Day 35 of the WSOP and this was the first of those. 1,475 players opted to take part but just 190 of them did enough to progress into Day 2. Shashank Jain is leading right now but has notable player Brandon Cantu right behind him.

The Current Standings

1st) Shashank Jain – 130,300

2nd) Brandon Cantu – 122,300

3rd) Joshua Schoonover – 114,500

4th) Rupesh Pattni – 112,800

5th) Jared Jaffee – 109,300

6th) Jared Vengrin – 104,200

7th) Anthony Diotte – 100,000

8th) Manuel Mutke – 80,500

9th) Sebastian Comel – 66,100

10th) John Dolan – 54,500

Event #59 – $3k Omaha Hi/Lo Day 1 – Rosen Leading 180

The final event of the day was Day 1 of the $1.5k Omaha Hi/Lo which brought in 390 players. That number was cut to just 180 come the end of the day with Marvin Rosen leading the field on 75,300. He was followed by some big names such as Brian Rast, Vanessa Selbst, Jennifer Harmen and David Williams into the top ten.

The Current Standings

1st) Marvin Rosen – 75,300

2nd) Brian Rast – 61,600

3rd) David Williams – 51,500

4th) Naoya Kihara – 51,400

5th) Vanessa Selbst – 51,200

6th) Alex Luneau – 50,400

7th) Amnon Filippi – 49,500

8th) Jen Harman – 46,100

9th) John O’Shea – 45,000

10th) Tony Merksick – 43,900

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