Since 1970, the World Series of Poker held in Las Vegas. Several tournaments are held (57 in 2009) and the entry price varies between $ 1,500 and $ 50,000. The winner of each tournament gets a bracelet and money. It did not take two days during the 2010 WSOP for Hoai Pham wins first bracelet in the league.
The championships started with a tournament reserved for casino employees with a buy in set at $ 500, attracting 721 participants who were over 53 at the second day. At the end of the second day, Hoai Pham won the first tournament thanks to a pair of aces that allow him to pocket the sum of $ 71,424.
This dealer practicing in San Diego, emerged victorious after 12 hands, head up against Arthur Vea. A carpet with his pair of aces, after a check of Arthur who had a pair of 4, enough to win the last hand. He received his bracelet 14h Pavilion Room at which he asked that they play the anthem of Vietnam.
The rest of the WSOP tournament continues with the second, this time dedicated to real poker players, including where Kirk Morrison has pointed out, finishing the day 2 of the WSOP in the lead with more than 740,000 chips in front of him. Andy Bloch follows lending close to 716,500 chips.
The 3rd day (Sunday, May 31) took place in Rio with 54 players ready to compete to win a first prize of $ 1,559,046. At this time, no more French player is present, Benyamine having him through Sorel Mizzi.
To summarize, four tournaments have already started since the launch with the WSOP so far, including one that ended with the victory Hoai Pham. We will be sure to bring you the highlights of this prestigious series of tournaments that annually attract more and more poker players worldwide.
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