Anson Tsang Wins Third Career World Series of Poker Gold Bracelet

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Today, Anson Tsang came to be just the 125th player in casino poker background to win three or even more Globe Series of Online poker gold bracelets. The Hong Kong resident got rid of a field of 221 access in the EUR2,000 buy-in pot-limit Omaha event at the 2022 WSOP Europe, securing his 3rd arm band as well as the top reward of $95,461.

Tsang has now won a bracelet every other year because his first advancement for the gold in 2018. That year he removed this very same occasion at the WSOPE, conquering 187 access to gain $105,489. In 2020 he emerged victorious in a $500 buy-in no-limit hold ’em event throughout the WSOP Online celebration, adding $150,460 to his life time earnings. He currently has more than $1 million in job cashes to his name.

Along with the title and the money, Tsang was additionally awarded 384 Card Gamer Player of the Year factors for this victory. This was his initial POY-qualified score of the year.

This competition was just one of 15 gold-bracelet occasions being held at the King’s Hotel in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. The leading 34 finishers made the cash, with heavyweights like Roland Israelashvili (32nd), Felipe Ramos (30th), Joni Jouhkimainen (25th), as well as three-time bracelet winner Norbert Szecsi (18th) all cashing.

2014 WSOP main event third-place finisher Jorryt van Hoof finished 9th for $7,168 when his pocket aces encountered a tumbled right for Shawn Stroke. Pavel Izotov (8th– $8,893) soon followed to the rail when his pocket queens faced the pocket aces of Farid Jattin.

Even with that ko under his belt, Jattin was inevitably the beside fall. The Colombian doubled up several gamers during seven-handed action, leading to a slide down the leaderboard. In the long run, he shed his final all-in against Tsang to be sent home in 7th place ($ 11,368). This was Jattin’s 10th final-table finish of the year, with three titles won in the process. As a result of his excellent consistency, he has actually climbed right into 9th area in the 2022 POY race standings offered by Worldwide Poker.

Vivian Saliba’s run in this event concerned an end in sixth area. The Brazilian got all-in on a 8Spade Suit5Diamond Suit4Heart Match flop with KClub Suit9Club Suit6Club Suit5Spade Fit facing the AClub SuitKDiamond SuitQHeart SuitQClub Fit of Tsang. The JDiamond Suit turn as well as QSpade Match river maintained Tsang ahead and Saliba was knocked out. She made $14,959 for her strong proving.

Oswin Ziegelbecker got all-in with his overpair of queens leading the gutshot and overcard of Tsang. The river finished Tsang’s straight, sending Ziegelbecker packing in 5th area ($ 20,245).

Italian bracelet winner Dario Alioto got all-in preflop with A-Q-7-3 with a fit ace. He was up against K-K-6-5 with a suited king for Tomasz Gluszko. Alioto flopped an ace to take the lead, but a king on the river saw him end up fourth for $28,162.

American Shawn Stroke pushed all in on a QHeart SuitQDiamond Suit6Club Suit5Diamond Match board with ASpade SuitKHeart Suit10Diamond Suit3Diamond Fit as a bluff, only to have Gluszko call with 9Spade Suit8Club Suit8Spade Suit7Spade Suit. The river was the 5Club Match and also Stroke was knocked out in third location ($ 40,232).

Heads-up play started with Tsang holding approximately a 3:2 chip lead on Gluszko. He was able to extend that lead also further by the time the final hand of the tournament was dealt. Tsang raised on the button with AClub SuitKDiamond SuitQSpade Suit4Club Suit and also Gluszko three-bet from the big blind with AHeart SuitJSpade Suit6Diamond Suit5Heart Match. Tsang pushed as well as Gluszko called all-in. The board ran out 8Spade Suit6Club Suit3Spade SuitKClub Suit10Club Fit to offer TSang the nut flush for the win. Gluszko gained $58,988 as the runner-up finisher.

Here is a look at the payouts and POY points awarded at the final table:

Place Player Name & Earnings POY Points
1 Anson Tsang -$95,461 384
2 Tomasz Gluszko -$58,988 320
3 Shawn Stroke -$40,232 256
4 Dario Alioto -$28,162 192
5 Oswin Ziegelbecker -$20,245 160
6 Vivian Saliba -$14,959 128
7 Farid Jattin -$11,368 96
8 Pavel Izotov -$8,893 64
9 Jorryt van Hoof -$7,168 32

 

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