Unbelievable. Just a few days ago, Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas stunned David ODB Baker with a stunning comeback as he managed to win the $1,500 Razz event after winning just two blinds managed to win the $1,500 Razz event after just two blinds. Well,
John Monette got over it in even more shocking fashion at this point.
After an impressive heads-up with Christopher Chung
In the Event #30 $1,500 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw, Monnette came back from the ashes and recovered with just half the big blind. “At this moment, there’s nothing you can do. The deck is just decided,” the champion pointed out, running in his favour.
This The mixed game specialist was awarded $145,863 and his fifth World Series of Poker bracelet, joining the select team of 35 players who Follow in the footsteps of luminaries like Josh Alih and earn 5 bracelets.
and Brian Yoon, she also won her fifth gem in this year’s competition.
“It means a lot, and that’s why we’re in these games,” exclaimed Monette, who was very excited. “There’s nothing quite like it; the energy you experience at the WSOP is like no other. The best players come together for an epic battle for the coveted bracelet.”
Recognized as the bestone of the best mixed game players in the world, Monnette won his fifth bracelet in a different set of poker rules, an impressive achievement. “It’s been amazing. Winning a no-limit hold’em draw is amazing and I’ve always felt like it was one of my best games. And then winning a bracelet in hold’em is really exciting because I grew up playing Limit game.” Texas Hold’em…now, I went 2-7 for my last win about 15 years ago before playing for a few hours on Black Friday. It was great to get back to my roots, especially winning limit hold’em and triple draws. A game I’ve struggled with for many years. ”
There are three Latino players in the prize money for this tournament, though they are all far from the top: Tales Braga