We ended the day by distributing two bracelets:
|13||$3,000||Event #13: Freezeout No-Limit Hold’em||🇺🇸 Harvey Mathews||$371,914|
|14||$1,500||Event #14: Seven Card Stud||🇺🇸 Rafael Lebron||$82,262|
Event #13: Freezeout No-Limit Hold’em
Harvey Mathews defeated a high level field of 720 players to take home $371,914 and his first bracelet. Mathews humbly declared afterwards: “I just ran absolutely insane, probably the most insane I’ve run in my entire life.”
Michael Gathy was close to make history by getting to the top of the NL Hold’em bracelets rankings but ended up at the 3rd place for $164,083.
Event #14: Seven Card Stud
A second bracelet for Rafael Lebron in the $1,500 event, which said “I was hoping (to win a second bracelet). Didn’t expect it so soon though”. He won his first in 2016 in a $3,000 NL Hold’em event for $169,337.
The WSOP super reg Shaun Deeb was close again from the very top but succumbed at the 5th place for $18,475.
Elsewhere in the Rio
The $10k Event #16: Limit Hold’em Championship is star filled and currently lead by John Racener closely followed by Jason Somerville. 78 players took the start of the event.
A few stats to end day 10!
Here our big names most cashes list:
|🇺🇸 Shaun Deeb||5||$30,118|
|🇺🇸 Jason Koon||3||$362,815|
|🇺🇸 Phil Hellmuth||3||$180,652|
|🇺🇸 Daniel Zack||3||$92,270|
|🇺🇸 Ryan Riess||3||$8,584|
That’s day 10 for you. Thanks for reading and see you tomorrow!
source: www.wsop.com, www.thehendonmob.com