The WSOP is officially in its final stages and the final winners will be announced soon. Of the 95 games scheduled, 79 of which have come to define themselves, the series has crowned three more unprecedented titles in the past few days. They arrive in events #77, #78 and #79. Take a look at the following:
Event #77 US$777 No Limit Hold’em at Lucky 7
The popular Lucky 7 event concluded with an impressive victory for American player Shawn Daniels. The owner of two WSOP rings, he beat a field of 7,300 players to win the dream bracelet and claim the biggest cash of his career so far. The championship cost $777,777.
Shawn Daniels defeated Frenchman Julien Montois heads-up and was ecstatic about his victory. The champion revealed that his fiancée recently passed away and his thoughts are with her after winning the title. Daniels said through tears that he ran well and felt good about winning.
Event #78 $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha
Thomas Skaggs is also a serial ring owner and has It was another American who added a bracelet to his resume. The American beat a field of 1,214 in Omaha to win his 78th event and take home a guaranteed prize pool of $171,742.
Skaggs said he loved winning the race so much that he chose not to play in the main event. In order to play the series’ tournament events. The election worked out, giving him the coveted World Series of Poker bracelet and his biggest win to date.
Event #79 $2,500 No-Limit Hold’em
In this event, Brazilian Diego Sorgatto won the For the achievement Spaniard Samuel Bernabéu landed at the final table and finished fifth to become champion. Samuel won his first bracelet for a whopping $682,436 in $2,500 No-Limit Hold’em.
The Bernabeu team won the victory through a beautiful reversal. He entered the final table with the sixth-best chip stack, but fired from the start, knocking out six finalists to secure the title, including the Brazilian representative. In HU, he beat bracelet holder James Anderson to join the championship roster.