Known Winners of The New Three 2014 WSOP

Completed is the Event # 55 $ 1,500 No-Limit Hold’em, won by Asi Moshe. The final day began with 17 players, only two hours after the game came to the final table of 9 of them in heads-up play were found Moshe and Michael Ferrer, and after six hours played a decisive hand of the event in which Ferrer had AQ, and Moshe 5-6, flop brought Q-5-2, the turn was the 3 and 4 river. Moshe along with the title received a bracelet and a prize of $ 582,321.

Final standings and earnings from finalist in Event # 55 $ 1,500 No-Limit Hold’em:
1. Asi Moshe – $582.321
2. Michael Ferrer – $361.207
3. Aaron Massey – $255.209
4. David Jackson – $183.498
5. Bobby Poe – $133.686
6. Henrik Hecklen – $98.687
7. Marc-Etienne McLaughlin – $73.781
8. Timothy West – $55.861
9. Brian Kennedy – $42.826

Mike Kachan won Event # 56 $ 1,000 No-Limit Hold’em, which included 2,525 players. The final day’s gotten 16 of them, and at the final table sat nine players. Although the whole event until then quickly unfolded, playing at the final table was running pretty slow. Players had a uniform glass and not risky game. In the end, one by one, however, eliminated in order to heads-up play came Mike Kachan and Jeff Blenkarn. Their fight lasted only 14 hands, and decisive hand Kachan is a J-6, Blenkarn Q-9 flop brought J-9-5, the turn was a 6 and the river T. Jeff Blenkarn finished in second place with a prize of $ 250,815 while Mike Kachan got the title, a bracelet and a prize of $ 403,483.

The final standings and earn a finalist in Event # 56 $ 1,000 No-Limit Hold’em:
1. Mike Kachan – $403.483
2. Jeff Blenkarn – $250.815
3. Eric Shanks – $177.527
4. Andrew Egan – $128.032
5. Viktor Skoldstedt – $93.490
6. Neo Hoang – $69.084
7. Steve Gross – $51.676
8. Richard Milne – $39.109
9. Raymond Henson – $29.951

Jared Jaffee won Event # 58: $ 1,500 Mixed-Max No-Limit Hold’em, and the victory brought him an income of $ 405,428. This long-standing professional has finally managed to win his first WSOP bracelet after Rio since 2009. more than¬† 11 times entering into the awards.¬† Jaffee’s heads-up play was against Mike Watson whose second place earned him a prize of $ 246,068. Jaffee came to the title, having won a WPT Jacksonville Fall Poker Scramble bestbet $ 3,500 No-Limit Hold’em Main Event in November is now in pursuit of the triple crown.