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World series of poker 2017 Event 30 $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship

What a heads-up sweep by David Bach, Eric Rodriguez didn’t even know what hit him. Congratulations to David,that was about a one side of the heads up a match as you can ever imagine, it was just 30 hands ago that Eric had a 4 to 3 chip advantage and I don’t think he won more than five of those thirty hands.

Eric should be really proud about how he played today too, I think his bluff with open  kings against Brown was the play of the day. Eric came in late stages with very little chips so he can’t be too upset with $236,000 for second place.

Our winner David Bach takes home $383,000 plus the $25,000 for the last longer bet. This is his second bracelet of the year and he is certainly in the running for player of the year.


David Bach said at his exit interview:

“Obviously I’m running great, I feel like I’m playing well ,I made some great decisions I got lucky on it when I got short-stacked and from there on out it was just amazing .I just I love poker, I’ve played since I was a little kid, I started out playing Dealers Choice in Atlanta. So we played every game under the sun so I feel like I’m able to adapt to whatever we’re playing .”

WSOP 2017 Event 27 $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Handed

WSOP 2017 Event 27 $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Handed

959 people where fighting over 3 days at World Series Of Poker 2017 , Event 27 $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em that started on 14th and concluded today. Total prize pool amounted to $2,589,300.

The winner ended Chris Moorman, who took home $498,682.

Chris had 30 World Series of Poker cashes,two and half million dollars in winnings, four final tables, two second places, but tonight Moorman is finally a World Series of Poker bracelet winner. Second place took Bernardo Dias and netted $308,166.

31 year old Chris Moorman (@Moorman1) is a British poker player, member of 888poker and is currently all time leader in  online tournament earnings with more then $10 million in winnings. Moorman transition from online to live, the biggest differences are that with an online tournaments preflop decisions were paramount and in live tournaments you really have a greater focus on post-flop decisions. In general because the live tournaments are much deeper stacked which allows your more play and it’s more interesting to have to be able to make post-flop decisions.The flop chart, do I push here? What do I do, seems more robotic to me, I know there’s a lot of math involved in a lot of stuff but the game seems better when you get a lot of post-flop play and the battle of wits.


Third Place: Michael Gagliano from Rockaway, NJ (@Gags30poker) had total Live Earnings of $1,530,794 before today event to which he can now add extra $210,139.