David Peters wins event#56 of WSOP 2016 for $412,557

By | July 7, 2016

David Peters wins event#56 of WSOP 2016 for $412,557The event#56 of the prestigious world series of poker belongs to a pro poker player from Toledo, named David Peters. He took home the first prize of amount $412,557, being first in the list. This was the 38th cash for the player at WSOP. Till date he has been through 7 final tables of this particular poker festival and out of 7 times, he won 1 gold bracelet. All time earning for the player is now $1,709,667.

The best finish for the player was back in the year 2010, when he finished second. A 29 year old guy from Ireland named as Cathal Shine was the runner up of the game and collected a winning prize of amount $254,890.

Peters wins the event#56 of $1,500 by in No Limit Hold’em by defeating some of the most talented poker from around the world. The tournament received 1,860 players and generated a cash prize of $2,511,000. Top 279 places of the game were paid out.

Mr. Peters was the happy guy after winning the tournament and in an answer to “Any Plans for the money”, he said that No, I’ll just keep doing what I’m doing. The game played over for three days and nights and just concluded on the main stage of the ESPN at Rio, in Las Vegas. All time money for the player playing at different series is now grown more than $1.3 Million, which is a great sign of a top poker player.

He also said that how he was surprised by the time to win the championship title.

Final table players were as follows:-

First, second and third positions of the game were for David Peters, collected $412,557, Cathal Shine from Tralee Kerry, collected $254,890, and Matt Affleck, and from Mill Creek collected $184,456, in his 22nd cash at any WSOP series.

Fourth, fifth and sixth positions of the event were for Muhammad Abdel Rahim($134,845), Zachary Okin, from Queens Village ($99,592), and Brendan Sheehan, from Woodbury took home $74,321.

Meanwhile seventh, eighth and ninths places were booked for players named as Takuya Suzuki, from Minatoku, Japan ($56,044) and David Patterson, from Wilmington ($32,900).