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.