Danny Le, a California based part time poker player and business has won his first gold bracelet ever playing at World Series of poker 2016. It was the event#22 or $1,500 buy in No Limit Hold’em to which le and originator of Vietnam done well and defeated all his opponents.
The tournament attracted 665 players from all around the world and generated a cool pool prize of amount $897,750. The final table of the game included some of the best players in the world. Scott Farnsworth was the runner up of the event and collected an amount of $116,663 at the tournament.
Top nine final table players of the game were;-
Scott Farnsworth of Snoqualmie scored second position and took home $116,663 as winning total. The third position of the event was for a player from Regina, SK (Canada) named Tyler Bonkowski, who got $80,706. This was the 12th WSOP cash for the Canadian poker pro.
Fourth position of the match belongs to Dave Tobin, who received $56,740 as winning share. His was the third time of cash for the player in this particular world series of poker.
Dale Eberle, from Tega Kay was the fifth position holder of the game and got eliminated early in the game with total amount $40,550.
Six, seventh and eighth position of the $1,500 buy in No Limit Holdem were for Dustin Bush, who took home $29,466, Andrew Beversdorf, from Madison, who earned $21,778, and Daniel Huseman, who was able to pocketed $16,376.
Meanwhile the player who got eliminated from the final table and was at ninth position was Esmeralda Villafuerte from Elmhurst and he collected $12,532 as total winning share.
Total number of WSOP cashes for the winner Le is now increased to 3, out of which he has been through 2 final tables and life time earnings for the player is now surged to $219,839.