Here are the latest results at the world series:
|36||$10,000||Event #36: Dealers Choice 6-Handed Championship||🇺🇸 Adam Friedman||$248,350|
|37||$1,500||Event #37: Super Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold’em (freezeout)||🇱🇹 Karolis Sereika||$195,310|
Event #36: Dealers Choice 6-Handed Championship
What an end to this championship event! The day started with Adam Friedman, second in chips, looking to win the championship for the third time in a row and Phil Hellmuth (5th), looking for his 17th bracelet and the second this year.
The two biggest stories at 10 left finally somehow collided in heads-up, with Hellmuth having at one point a 2-to-1 chip advantage, but Friedman succeeded in grinding back Hellmuth’s stack and finally ended up with all the chips.
Here are some words from the winner: “It’s really amazing. I didn’t expect this. I just wanted to have a shot to be able to do something that no one else has done in the 53-year history of the World Series and to do it in this event is pretty fantastic. Once people play the dealer’s choice, they always keep coming back.”
Here are the other notable results of the event:
|🇺🇸 Phil Hellmuth||2nd||$153,493|
|🇺🇸 Mike Matusow||5th||$56,826|
|🇺🇸 Matt Glantz||7th||$32,746|
|🇺🇸 Mike Gorodinsky||8th||$25,741|
|🇨🇦 Daniel Negreanu||9th||$25,741|
|🇵🇹 Joao Vieira||10th||$20,726|
|🇺🇸 Scott Seiver||12th||$20,726|
Event #37: Super Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold’em (freezeout)
Lituanian Karolis Sereika was crowned the winner of $1,500 event, which counted 1,441 entries. Karolis Sereika impressively eliminated all but one player to win his first bracelet. The player only had 5 WSOP cashes until then so that’s a pretty big win for the player.
Sereika said in the interview: “This is the first live Lithuanian WSOP bracelet so that means a lot to me and all Lithuanian players, I’m very happy and very excited. Just so many emotions, I really wanted it with all my heart.”
Event #38: High Roller No-Limit Hold’em 8-Handed
In the huge $50k, Michael Addamo kept the lead in day 2 and now only 5 remains. Addamo has nearly half the chips and will return today to face Justin Bonomo (2nd) and Erik Seidel (3rd) to try to win his 3rd bracelet and extend his crazy $5M+ in live earnings since September. The players will play for $1.1M, the biggest prize awarded since the start the series.
We wish you all the best at the tables!
source: www.wsop.com, www.thehendonmob.com