Nathan Gamble, an army veteran has won the $1,500 buy-in Pot Limit Omaha event of World Series of poker 2017 for a total winning share of amount $223,339.
The game was a big hit among the players and that is why it attracted 830 players worldwide. Adam Hendrix becomes the runner-up of this event for a total wining share $137,992.
The game included some of the top professional poker players and previous gold bracelet winners such as Leif Force and Calen McNeil, But it was Gamble’s day, who sealed the deal and took home the title of the championship.
Gamble enjoyed the his playing till the end of the game. He was confident from the first day of the game that he would do better at last.
The 27 year old player from Texas said that I hve played a lot of pot limit Omaha and I used to play it growing up as like 13 or 14 year old kid, so I was very confident that I would do well at the end of the game.
The final table of the game included some of the best poker players such as Ray Henson, and two-time bracelet winner Marco Johnson
After winning the event he said that, I love to play poker a lot. I started playing poker at the age of 13 so poker has always been a part of my life.
Wendy Weissman was the first player who got busted from the final table for a total winning share $15,470 for ninth place. The next man hit the rail was Millard Hale who completed his journey being eighth place for a total winning share $20,205.
Final Result of the Game:-
1st: Nathan Gamble – $223,339
2nd: Adam Hendrix – $137,992
3rd: Ray Henson – $96,555
4th: Michael Gross – $68,544
5th: Marco Johnson – $49,379
6th: Miguel Use – $36,106
7th: Fernando Macia – $26,803
8th: Millard Hale – $20,205
9th: Wendy Weissman – $15,470