2016 WSOP Event 47

In the $10,000 buy-in 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball (Limit) Championship, veteran Las Vegas high stakes pro player “Johnny World” Hennigan claimed his fourth WSOP gold bracelet and $320,103 in prize money after winning the heads up against Belgian ace and fellow bracelet-holder Michael Gathy, whose runner up prize was a well-deserved $197,838.
 
Hennigans last bracelet came with $1.5 million when he won the 2014 WSOP $50,000 buy-in Poker Players Championship, but he was equally pleased with his latest piece of jewellery, claiming that winning a WSOP bracelet "never gets old."
 
Hennigan faced a top-notch field of 125 players at the start of the tournament, including names like Abe Mosseri, Viacheslav Zhukov, Chris Klodnicki, and JC Tran, who finished third and won $142,547.