Poker News: Klein, Chidwick, Blake Profit WSOP Gold
This week’s poker news is really a recap of the biggest wins at the ongoing 2019 World Series of Poker. Here were a few of the big winners:
Chidwick Wins First-Ever WSOP Bracelet
Stephen Chidwick finished off an impressive run at the #WSOP50 Event 45: $25K PLO High Roller that saw him beat out 278 fellow poker players within the field. As an effect, he picked up first career World group of Poker bracelet at the Rio Casino.
The victory came with an impressive prize package that included a $1,618,417 payout. That prize was the biggest awarded during the 2019 World Series of Poker so far at the time.
Because of the win, Chidwick is now at almost $25 million in all-time gambling earnings at live events, which places him at eighteenth on the all-time cash list. The most effective 42 spots only at that year’s industry took home a total of $6,602,500 in prize money.
Chidwick completed the working task by firmly taking down James Chen in heads-up play. Matthew Gonzales, Robert Mizrachi and Alex Epstein round out the top-five finishers at this event. As had been the situation this past year, the industry for this event proceeded to grow with 48 more entries year over year.
Klein Claims $127K With By Winning WSOP Event No. 43
Loren Klein continued their run of dominance by taking home a $127,808 cash prize by winning the 2019 WSOP Event No. 43: $2,500 Mixed Big Bet Event. Using the success, Klein joined Doyle Brunson and Bill Boyd bec Read more “Poker News: Klein, Chidwick, Blake Profit WSOP Gold”