Three new WSOP braclet winners were crowned over the last 24 hours including Daniel Zack, who won his third piece of WSOP hardware late Tuesday night.

Zack secured the bracelet after outlasting 137 entries over four days which included a 14-hour heads-up battle on Tuesday against David Funkhouser. For his efforts, Zack won $324,174 in addition to the bracelet.

Zack’s third bracelet was also his second this year, previously winning the $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship earlier this month. Zack also won the $2,500 Limit Mixed Triple Draw in 2019.

Here’s a list of other top finishers from the event:

  • 1st – Daniel Zack – $324,174
  • 2nd – David Funkhouser – $200,356
  • 3rd – Ziya Rahim – $147,800
  • 4th – Eric Kurtzman – $110,379
  • 5th – Shaun Deeb – $83,465

WSOP bracelet winners

Germany’s Fabian Brandes wins $3k PLO 6-Handed Event

Fabian Brandes took down the $3,000 Pot Limit Omaha 6-Handed late Tuesday night to secure his first WSOP bracelet and a $371,358 first place prize. In taking down the tournament, Brandes overcame a field of 719 entries over four days.

Joining Brandes at the final table secure big wins were Leonid Yanovski ($229,529), Sean Winter ($156,401), Thomas Morrison ($108,604), Ference Deak ($76,880) and Grzegorz Derkowski.

David Perry Survives $500 Freezeout No Limit Hold’em To Win First Bracelet

After two days of play and 4,786 entries, David Perry stands alone to win the $500 Freezeout No Limit Hold’em, which he accomplished on Tuesday night. In order to get the win, David Perry also had to beat 2-time WSOP bracelet winner Chris Moorman heads-up. Although Moorman was denied his third bracelet he does take home a $149,405 first-place prize for his efforts.

Perry, who also won a $241,729 first-place prize, was gracious in victory, saying the victory made him feel “blessed” and “grateful,” adding that he plans to give the bracelet to his 94-year old mother.

What’s on the schedule on Wednesday?

Event #37 – $1,500 Millionaire Maker – The event enters a 5th and final day with just five players remaining, down from the initial 7,961 entries of the tournament. When action picks up at 4 PM PT, Tyler Gaston will hold the chip with Yuliyan Kolev, Oren Rosen, Yita Choong and Dominic Brazier hoping to grab WSOP glory and the $1,125,189 first-place prize.

Event #44 – $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship– The popular $10k H.O.R.S.E. Championship has reached a third day with 22 players still fighting for a huge payday and the coveted WSOP bracelet. Fourteen of the players left have won bracelets including Bryce Yockey.

Other players holding chips when action picks up at 2 PM PT include Eric Wasserson, Jerry Wong, Ben Lamb, John Racener, Shaun Deeb and Matt Glantz.

Event #45 – $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha 8 Handed – Joshua Stefansky holds the lead in the $1.5 Pot Limit Omaha Omaha heading into Wednesday’s action. Of the 1,438 entries that joined the tournament, just 97 are left to battle for the WSOP bracelet and a $311,782 first-place prize.

Event #46 – $5,000 No Limit Hold’em – Chris Brewer leads a field of 277 players returning for Day 2 on Wednesday, which was down from the 850 entries to join the tournament. The cards start flying at 2 PM PT.

Upcoming events

Wednesday will see the start of two new events on the schedule, the $1,000 Seniors No-Limit Hold’em Championship getting underway at 10 AM PT and the $1,500 Eight Game Mix 6-Handed starting at 3 PM PT.

Watch the WSOP

PokerGo is having a break in the streaming action on Wednesday but will return on Thursday with the conclusion of the $10,000 HORSE Championship. Players can watch by purchasing a subscription for $14.99 per month or $99 per year.

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