The World Series of Poker continues to roll along, with two players earning bracelets in Event #3, a heads-up tournament with both no limit hold’em and pot limit omaha, and Event #4, a stud high/low tournament.
Event #3, a $3,000 buy-in event, ended when Florida resident Leif Force defeated Vegas resident Jason Koon heads-up in the final round. Force won his first bracelet and over $200,000 for his win.
Event #4, a $1,500 buy-in event, was won by another American, Cory Zeidman, who earned over $200,000 and the bracelet for his hard work. The final table for this event boasted a couple of stars, including one of my horses in the Pokerist Academy prop bet, Michael “the Grinder” Mizrachi and Todd Brunson, son of Doyle Brunson and a legend in his own right.