Ryan Weiss wins the 2nd event throughout 2018/2019 WSOP Circuit by Beating more than 1,200 poker players, which is presently running in Seminole Casino at Coconut Creek. In addition to the champion title, he additionally cashed in $70,713 as well as took home the first WSOP ring in his profession.
Weiss was just one of the 1,207 participants in the 2nd event of the festival, which is bring in countless amateur and also expert poker players to the city of Coconut Creek. The celebration, which becomes part of the brand-new, fifteenth period of the World Series of Poker Circuit, began on Thursday, September 13, and also up until September 23, it holds an overall of twelve official gold ring events. One of them was the $400 no-limit hold’em multi-flight re-entry event which began Friday as well as proceeded through Sunday when the last action took place. Throughout the 4 beginning trips, players can appreciate limitless re-entry. On the initial day, enrollment closed with 247 players, as well as the 2nd, with another 203 access.
Ryan Weiss from Miami, Florida, was dramatically much less skilled compared to Berman but he effectively beat him in the heads-up fight to claim the champion title. He obtained the first-place reward of $70,713 and also the first World Series of Poker gold ring in his profession, which is not just a token of status yet it likewise offers him a seat at the Global Casino Championship in 2019.
This is the best real-time cash money for Ryan Weiss. He just ended up 11th at the $550 NHL 2018 Wynn Summer Classic in Las Vegas for $2,946. In June, he took home $4,492 for his 229th place at one of the events at the 49th World Series of Poker 2018 in Las Vegas. For his runner-up setting, Ken Berman won $43,814.
Ryan leads Richard Rice, Ory Hen and Gavin Gowie, who will all return on Monday at 1 p.m. to play down to a winner. They are all guaranteed a cash of at least $5,985 and the winner will take home $21,375. Ofer Peleg and Zyad Qasem busted late in the day, in sixth and fifth place, respectively. Peleg left with $3,363 and Qasem walked away with $4,389.
Including the restart of the $1,125 no-limit hold’em, there will be three ring events running on Monday. The $400 turbo no-limit hold’em double stack kicks off at 11 a.m. and will play to a winner, while a two-day $400 no-limit hold’em gets cards in the air at 4 p.m.
Final table results:
1st: Ryan Weiss – $70,718 + WSOP Circuit ring
2nd: Ken Berman – $43,814
3rd: Simon Philip – $32,156
4th: Yuriy Paccamakih – $24,297
5th: Tom Bielecky – $18,541
6th: Mirco Scharen – $14,271
7th: Nataliya Iakovleva – $11,113
8th: Julio Fernandez – $8,755
9th: Herbert Woodbery – $6,978
10th: Fred Lee – $5,624