This week, Anson Tsang became the 125th player in poker history to win 3 or more World Series of Poker gold bracelets; The Hong Kong resident beat a field of 221 entries in an Omaha event with a purchase limit of €2,000 in 2022 WSOP . World Series of Poker Europe, He received his third bracelet and the first prize of $95,461.
Tsang has now won a bracelet every two years since his first gold break in 2018. That year, he threw the same event in WSOPEAnd the Overcome 187 entries to earn $105,489. In 2020, win the $500 No-Limit Hold’em event within WSOP . World Series of Poker Connected festival, adding $150,460 to his life earnings. He now has over $1 million in cash to his name.
In addition to the title and money, Cang was also awarded 384 card player Player of the Year points for this win. This was the first POYEligibility for the year.
This tournament was one of 15 gold bracelet events held at the King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. The top 34 racers made the money, with big names such as Roland Israelashvili (32nd), Felipe Ramos (30th), Johnny Jouhkimainen (25th), and three-time bracelet winner Norbert Szecsi (18th).
2014 WSOP . World Series of Poker Main event third-place finisher Jorit van Hove finished ninth for $7,168 when his aces hit the pocket with a live flop by Shaun Struck. He quickly followed Pavel Izotov (8th – $893) to the railroad when the Jeep Queens collided with Fred Gatin’s Jeep Queens.
Even with that slam dunk under his belt, Gatine was ultimately the next to fall. The Colombian doubled multiple players during the seven move, sliding it to the bottom of the leaderboard. In the end, he lost his last goal to Tsang to take home seventh place ($11,368). This was Gattin’s 10th finish on the final table of the year, with Gaten winning three titles along the way. As a result of his impressive persistence, he climbed to ninth place in 2022 POY Race order provided by Global Poker.
Vivian Saliba’s race in this event finished in sixth place. The Brazilian got it all at 854 flop with K.965 faceKss from Tsang. y turn w The river kept the Cang in the lead and Saliba was driven out. She got $14,959 for her strong showing.
Oswin Ziegelbecker has it all with his wife of queens driving Tsang bravery and overcards. River completed Cang’s straight streak, packing Ziegelbecker into fifth place ($20,245).
Italian bracelet winner Dario Aliotto got the lead all with an AQ-7-3 with an ace-fitting. He faced the KK-6-5 with a king fit for Thomas Glushko. Aliuto failed to capture the lead, but King on the River saw him take fourth place for $28,162.
American Shawn Stroke paid all in Qs65 plate with aK103 As a scam, just to make a Gluszko call 9887. the river was 5 The two-stroke came out in third place ($40,232).
Singles play began with Cang leading roughly 3:2 in chips on Gluszko. He was able to extend that lead even further by the time the last hand of the tournament was dealt. Tsang lift on the button with AKs4 The Gluszko three bet of the big blind with Ay65. Tsang paid and Gluszko called all-in. Board ran out 863K10 To give TSang nut flow to win. Gluszko earned $58,988 as a runner-up.
Here is a look at the payments and POY Points awarded on the final table:
|2||Tomas Glosko||58,988 dollars||320|
|9||Jorit van Hove||$7168||32|
Image credits: Tomas Stacha/King’s Resort.