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2016 WSOP Updates June 21
THREE MORE WORLD SERIES OF POKER BRACELETS AWARDED
Gagliano, Glaser and Garcia all pick up prestigious jewellery.
At the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas three more poker players have won much-coveted gold winners bracelets in major competitions.
Michael Gagliano (31), who is a poker coach and a regular player on the licensed New Jersey online poker websites, took down the $2,500 buy-in No-Limit Holdem event - the twenty-fifth on the WSOP schedule - to bank an impressive first prize of $448,463 and claim his first WSOP winners bracelet.
The event pulled in an impressive entry field 1,045 players, creating a total prize pool of $2,377,375 which enabled 157 to cash for a minimum of $3,797.
After leading the final table Gagliano held the chip lead when he faced Daniel Cooke in the heads up. Cooke was unable to catch up and had to be content with the $277,128 runner up reward.
Other final table cashes included:
Shankar Pillai Commack, NY $196,119
Remi Castaignon Ladeveze, France $140,596
Zu Zhou Temple City, CA $102,120
Niall Farrell Lugar Agrshin, U.K. $75,164
Michael Laake Punta Gorda, FL $56,073
Darryll Fish Las Vegas, NV $42,405
Gavin ORourke Portlaoise, Ireland $32,514
In the $1,500 buy-in Omaha Hi-Low event it was Englands Benny Glaser who triumphed to add a useful $244,103 to his bankroll after besting a field of 934 that included adversaries like Max Pescatori and Brandon Shack-Harris.
His win was a nice addition to earlier cashes this year of $62,810 for a fifth placing in the $10,000 buy-in 2-7 Single Draw Championship, and a twelfth finish for $4,562 in the $1,500 buy-in 2-7 Single Draw.
Glaser earned his second WSOP bracelet (the first was last year when he claimed the $1,500 buy-in 2-7 Triple Draw for $136,215).
Glaser faced California player Benjamin Gold in the heads up after dominating the final table, and he made short work of the Californian, sending him to the cashier to collect the second placing cash of $150,828.
Other final tablers took home:
Motohiro Kondo $106,070
Phil Hui $75,627
Brandon Shack-Harris $54,680
Zachary Milchman $40,098
Ilya Krupin $29,830
Max Pescatori $22,517
Scott Packer $17,250
Another maiden WSOP bracelet was awarded in the $2,000 buy-in NLHE event, where Spanish pro Cesar Garcia (27) survived a field of 1,419 players to claim his first WSOP bracelet and the $447,739 main prize.
Garcia started final table action with the chip lead and held on to it for much of the action before facing Bulgarian pro Viliyan Petleshkov in a heads up on the additional fourth day needed to finalise the competition.
Despite Petleshkov starting the 76-hand heads up action with a 8,715,000 vs. 5,480,000 chip advantage he was unable to outplay the Spaniard and it was all over in nineteen hands on the additional after Garcia secured a double up and then leveraged it ultimately into a win.
Petleshkovs second place gave him $276,660, and the rest of the prizes went to:
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To win, you need to get a pair of Tens or better. Jerry K., however, got a much higher hand than the minimum; he pocketed $397,879 after landing the game’s best possible hand: a royal flush.
NBA : Warriors Win the West; NBA Finals Next -
The Golden State Warriors will play in their third-straight NBA Finals. They completed their sweep of the San Antonio Spurs Monday night, rolling to a 129-115 victory as 12-point road favourites; Golden State opened the season as a –250 chalk to win the Western Conference.
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NHL Odds: Lone Canadian Team Plays on Friday -
“Stingy” is a word that many have used to describe the Ottawa Senators in Round Three. The Sens know that they’re overmatched against a Pens lineup that features the likes of Sidney Crosby, Evengi Malkin and Phil Kessel, but with determined defensive play, Ottawa managed to frustrate the Penguins on their home ice, stealing one of two games.
NBA Odds: Will Cavaliers Be Rusty in Game 1? -
The Boston Celtics needed seven games to get past the Washington Wizards, but they got the job done Monday night, winning 115-105 as 5.5-point home favourites. Next up: the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers, who visit the Garden Wednesday night at 8:30 PM ET on TNT.
4 New Microgaming Releases in May 2017 -
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PKR Company Statement Update -
Microgaming can confirm that David R Taylor and Matthew R M Wild of RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP were appointed Joint Administrators of PKR Ltd and PKR Technologies Limited on 11 May 2017 by the High Court, Chancery Division.
Microgaming Wins The Spark Award 2017 -
The Spark Award celebrates organisations that experiment with ways of working differently. Previous winners include GCHQ and Places for People. It’s a part of Spark the Change, a global movement dedicated to empowering people and building happier workplaces.
NHL Predators First Ever Conference Finals Appearance -
With three of the team’s top four point scorers residing on the blueline, the Nashville Predators have found a strategy that frustrates even the best in the West. After qualifying as the lowest-seeded Western Conference team, the Predators made quick work of the Chicago Blackhawks (4-0) and St. Louis Blues (4-1) in the first two rounds.
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