David Bach Wins Second WSOP Bracelet of the Summer, Third Overall

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Jun/18/2017

David Bach added another World Series of Poker bracelet to his trophy case in the early hours of Sunday morning. Bach won his third career bracelet and second of the summer in the $10,000 HORSE Championship.

It was no walk in the park for Bach to walk away with another WSOP title as he had to come out on top of one of the toughest final tables of the summer.

They got cards in the air at 2 p.m. with 15 players remaining and they combined to an unofficial final table of nine players about three hours later. Anthony Zinno was the unlucky ninth place finisher who missed out on adding another final table to his resume. The final table was streamed on PokerGO with a 30-minute delay.

2016 November Niner Jerry Wong finished in eighth and Yuebin Guo hit the rail in seventh before the final six players battled for several hours before losing another player.

Final Table Results:

1st: David Bach - $383,208

2nd: Eric Rodawig - $236,841

3rd: Don Zewin - $163,557

4th: Andrew Brown - $115,485

5th: Jason Mercier - $83,415

6th: Daniel Negreanu - $61,667

7th: Yuebin Guo - $46,687

8th: Jerry Wong - $36,218

Source: WSOP

Poker News

Phil Hellmuth Busts Out in 9th: Deprived of 15th Bracelet This Time

Phil Hellmuth Busts Out in 9th: Deprived of 15th Bracelet This Time

No 15th bracelet for Phil Hellmuth yet at the 2017 World Series of Poker, though he just came very close.

Phil Hellmuth on Verge of Getting Record 15th WSOP Bracelet

Phil Hellmuth on Verge of Getting Record 15th WSOP Bracelet

With 14 World Series of Poker bracelets under his belt, Phil Hellmuth is looking to improve on his record when he comes back to the table Monday night. 

‘Gamble-ing Man’: Nathan Gamble Wins $15K Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo

‘Gamble-ing Man’: Nathan Gamble Wins $15K Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo

Nathan Gamble defeated the 830-player field of the $15K Pot Limit Ohaha Hi-Lo event to win his first ever WSOP bracelet and $223,339 Sunday night. 

England’s Chris Brammer Wins First WSOP Bracelet

England’s Chris Brammer Wins First WSOP Bracelet

Chris Brammer of England has won the Event #45 of the 2017 World Series of Poker, $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em.  He takes home $527,555, besting a field of 505.

Dmitry Yurasov Wins Six-Max Championship at 2017 WSOP

Dmitry Yurasov Wins Six-Max Championship at 2017 WSOP

Russian poker player Dmitry Yurasov earned several six-figure scores and over $1.2 million in career earnings

Syndicate