Helmut Fung is the last player to win a medal World Series of Poker A golden bracelet in 2022. The 30-year-old German defeated Field from a total of 566 entries to take the lead in the WSOP . World Series of Poker Europe €550 for a maximum eight-purchase Omaha event, win hardware and $55,132 in prize money.
This was the biggest direct result of the tournament so far for Phun, who previously had the highest cash amount of $4,073 on payday won for his 16th place bid at €2,000. WSOP . World Series of Poker international circuit Happened in the Netherlands.
In addition to money and title, Phung also earned 420 card player Overall player points to win. This was his first ever POYEligible score.
This event included the start of two trips and then another two days of work. The top 86 contestants made the money, with cash-out notables including Allen Kessler (79), two-time bracelet winner Anson Tsang (70th), world poker tour Champion Matthew Wantman (41), two-time bracelet winner Yuval Bronstein (14), two-time ring winner Martin Capriel (9).
Vaughn came on the last day as the leader of the chips. He quickly decimated Czech national pride, Capriel, and made a twosome trip to scoop fate and set the official final table. Misel Bosancic was next to fall, as his tie failed to beat a floundered Broadway straight from Pascal Foged. Bosancic earned €5,210 as the eighth place finisher.
Bartlomiej Staszczak’s run ended when he got everything with a proper ace and connected cards facing Andreas Zampas’ pocket handles. Staszczak fumbled with a pair of aces, but Zampas fired a set to take the lead in a big way. Hold out across the river to send Staszczak home in seventh ($6815).
Despite getting that knockout punch, Zambas was ultimately the next to fall. He got it all with a877 face Qy99 Jacob Madsen. The pocket pair played the biggest in the end, with the Zambas sending packages $9,078 for their sixth-place appearance.
Fung scored the next KO when the chips went in by flipping J92. Fung grabbed a pair of straight, open-ended pull-ups facing Gregory Selam’s Pocket Queens. Floor 4 It was empty, but number 8 River gave Phuong a couple for the win. Salam earned $12,310 for his fifth place finish.
Jacob Madsen got it all with a top pair, guts, a flowing high-pull Queen leading the bottom pair, and top-pulling guts for Martin Almas. The corner saw a diamond go up by ten to push Jack high to take the lead. The river was empty and Madsen was sent to the railroad in fourth place ($16,987).
Pascal Foged got his last stack in the Preflop with an A.Ks5 face 9543 Phung. The chip leader floundered on a triple trip and turned the wheel. Foged was out by a direct drag, but missed it all on the river and was eliminated in third place ($23,848).
The head-to-head game started with Fong leading roughly 3:1 chip ahead of Diamond. And the last hand saw that both players floundered. The chips entered at the bend with a plate of A104a. Phung K contract.966While the diamond was in a rough state with the number 8776. s In the end fate closed in and Vong’s nickname, with Diamonds earning $34,051 for his second-place appearance.
Here is a look at the payments and POY Points awarded on the final table:
|2||Martin Almas||$34,051||three hundred fifty|
|4||Jacob Madsen||16,987 dollars||210|
|8||Mycel Bosancic||5210 dollars||70|
Winner photo provided by WSOP . World Series of Poker.