Saturday June 2, 2012 : ZEIDMAN WINS WORLD SERIES OF POKER BRACELET
$201,559 payday in Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8-or-Better competition
The 43rd World Series of Poker currently ongoing at the Rio in Las Vegas has seen the award of another winner's bracelet, this one to another Floridian, Cory Zeidman, who has been playing in WSOP tournaments since 1997.
Playing with skill and discipline, Zeidman dismissed an impressive list of poker celebrities to take down Event 4: Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8-or-Better. Among the expert players in the field were Michael Mizrachi, Mike Sexton and Chris Bjorin.
It was the latter who survived some intense final table action to face Zeidman in the heads up, but the Floridian was on a roll and claimed the bracelet and the $201,559 first prize, leaving Bjorin with a runner up payday of $124,838.