Wsop Event 24 Final Results

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Radoja triumphant in clash with Jeffrey Gross; takes home $436,568
Canadian ace Mark Radoja completed the third day of World Series of Poker event 24: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout with a convincing victory over heads up opponent Jeffrey Gross in the early hours of Friday morning, claiming his first WSOP bracelet and $436,568 in prize money.
The duo entered the heads up with the Canadian holding a 2 to 1 chip advantage which he held on to and developed into a win as the final moments of the competition ticked away.
It was a long, long day for the players, especially the five who survived beyond midnight Thursday –  Radoja, Scott Baumstein, Adam Junglen, Jeffrey Gross and Nicolas Fierrogottner.
Five-handed play was protracted but eventually the field was thinned to just two as Radoja  and Gross fought it out before the television cameras and a large contingent of noisy railbirds.
The win represents Radoja's best WSOP achievement yet – last year his best performance was a third placing in the $5,000 Six-Handed Hold'em event.
Gross took home a well-earned $269 742.