David Prociak Wins $1,500 buy in Seven Card Stud high Low

By | July 9, 2016

David Prociak Wins $1,500 buy in Seven Card Stud high LowA florida based businessman David Prociak has won the event#60 or $1,500 buy in Seven Card Stud High Low at WSOP 2016. The player collected the first prize of amount $156,546 by winning the title of the championship. The event received 521 entries and generated a cash prize pool of amount $703,350.

Top 79 places of the game were paid out. This was the third cash for the player at WSOP and one single final table to which he converted to the winning mode. Total WSOP earning for the player is now $162,526. Brandon Shack-Harris from Chicago, Illinois was the runner up of the game and took home a good total of amount $96,546.

Prociak was the happy guy and said that I just started playing poker last October and that when I started playing poker at tournaments. The game took over for three days and nights and concluded on the main stage of the ESPN.

Online Poker Welcome Bonus

He also said that I came here to play in to the cash games, but participated to the tournament as well, just to check my playing skill and destiny and guess what “I’m the winner of this prestigious title”. I was thinking of this today morning, but was aware of the competition in the final table where players like Shack-Harris, John Monnette, and Calvin Anderson were participating.

Aside from this the final eight players were as follows:-

Brandon Shack-Harris, from Chicago, collects $96,546, being second in the list. He owns two bracelets already one in 2014 and one in 2015. John Monnette, Palmdale, CA completes third for a payout of amount $66,601.

Fourth, fifth and sixth places were for Alex Livingston, from Halifax, NS (Canada),made $46,652, Louis Russo, an attorney and trader from Brooklyn made $33,263 and Gaurav Kairo, from Las Vegas was paid $24,148, being sixth.

Meanwhile seventh and eighth positions were for Jameson Painter, from Las Vegas made $17,855 and Calvin Anderson, from Yukon, took home $13,452.