Penny Glaser is the latest multiple bracelet winner to be added to their collection in 2023 World Series of Poker. The 34-year-old professional poker player from Southampton, UK, hit the $10,000 Lowball seven-by-seven tournament, winning $311,428 and his fifth career win. WSOP bracelet.
Glaser’s win in the event made him the 36th player in poker history to win five or more titles in the series. Earlier this summer, Josh Aryeh, Brian Yeun, and Jon Monette also won their fifth bracelets.
“Obviously it’s a little bit difficult to do,” Glaser said. card player When asked if he had a target in mind of the total number of bracelets he might win. “I don’t really have any goals in life like that. Clearly, [I’m] Kind of trying to take it one year at a time and try to do my best over the summer and hopefully the success continues by getting better and playing well.”
It was Glaser’s third bracelet to win in a $10,000 championship event in the series, having also defeated the 2016 Omaha Eight or Better $10,000 Championship and the 2021 $10,000 Razz Championship. He now has two bracelets each in an Omaha eight or better and in a three-to-seven tie, having also won a $1,500 buy-in for both tournaments plus tournaments.
“I felt like that was a bigger deal,” said Fouz Glaser, who was asked about winning this particular tournament after he had a smaller entry of the same kind earlier in his career. On going into the later stages of both events with “It was rewarding to win this group against that. So, I’m happier to win this one.”
Glaser has now earned over $7 million in recorded lap winnings after that last race, with over $3.2 of that amount in cash at WSOP.
This event took an extra day to complete. It was scheduled to run for three days, from 15 to 17 June, but the play was interrupted with two competitors remaining late on the third day. Glaser and Oskar Johansson were the only players still in contention from a field of 130 entries. There were plenty of big names among the 20 earners at the event, including Allen Kessler (18), Ralph Berry bracelet winner (16), six-time bracelet winner Daniel Negreanu (13), and four-time bracelet winner Mike times. Matosso (12).
Two-time bracelet winner Joao Vieira (seventh), three-time bracelet winner David Becks-Baker (sixth), four-time bracelet winner Julian Martini (fifth), and recent Badougie bracelet winner Michael Rodriguez (third) join Glaser and Johansson at the final table, but They were eliminated during the third day of work.
Day four started with Glaser in the lead, having a chip advantage of almost 5:3 over Johansson when the cards came back up in the air. It took nearly an hour for Glaser to seal the victory. An early flurry of pots saw Glaser extend the lead out of the gate before there was a bit of a back-and-forth. Glaser then won a big pot with “number two”, or 7-6-4-3-2 to put more distance between himself and his Swedish rival.
In the final hand, Johansson was all after a second draw with J-10-8-4 in the face of 9-7-6-5 from Glaser. Johansson shows his last card first. It was another ten, giving him a higher pair than any of the Glaser cards. This meant that only Glaser’s eight would keep Johansson in contention. Glaser drew an ace, though, for locking up the pot and the title. Johansson earned $192,690 as runner-up.
Here is a look at the payouts and ranking points awarded in the final table:
|place||player||earnings||POY points||PGT points|
|6||David Becks Baker||$56,528||220||57|
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