WSOP 2023 is coming to a close, but before saying goodbye, Bradley Smith won his first gold in Omaha/Seven Card Stud Bracelet High-Low 8 or better.
This weekend also concluded Event #87 $2,500 Mixed with a prize pool of $1,023,500 for 460 participants Register participants.
While the race was originally scheduled to last three days, it took Smith another day to join the Horseshoe and Paris from Smith in Las Vegas The poker table and posing next to the winner’s photo earned him a handsome $221,733 prize.
“It’s always been that way.” “My dream is to win a bracelet. Everyone who plays poker dreams of winning a bracelet,” said the champion, who was very impressed with his performance, especially his winning a bracelet satisfied with the way.
“I’m a big fan of hybrid games. I wouldn’t play them any other season, but I’d always play them if I could.” Omaha-8 and Stud-8 are my favorites. I won a tournament of this format elsewhere about two weeks ago. I would say I played my best game in this game. I am very focused every second. You know, never give up. ”
On the other hand, the Latin Armada has only two collection representatives: the Brazilian Renan Bruschi, who 37th with $5,762; Andres Korn, 49th with $4,433.
This is one of the last mixed variant tournaments. 2023 The tournament, though H.O.R.S.E. has yet to define a short deck to show that other modes remain the focus of the WSOP organizers calendar.
Event #87 Mixed $2,500
Buy-in:$2,500Entry:460 Pot: $1,023,500
1° Bradley Smith – $221,733 2. Nghia Le – $137,0393. Nick Pupillo – $94,6814. Omar Mohammad – $66,6055° Timothy Frasing – $47,7216° Jonah Sewald – $34,8367° Philipp Sternheimer – $25,9198. Yuval Bronshtein – $19,662
37. Renan Bruschi – $5,76249. Andres Korn – $4,433
*Full prize money.