Michael Pearson wins Harveys Lake Tahoe Main Event for $153,191

By | November 9, 2016

Michael Pearson wins Harveys Lake Tahoe Main Event for $153,191Michael Pearson, the 29 years old poker player from San Francisco, California wins the $1,675 buy in No limit Hold’em Harveys Lake Tahoe Main Event and took home a good total of amount $153,191.

The tournament attracted 475 participants, but it was Pearson who topped the field size and won his first gold ring of World Series of poker.

The main event of the tournament took place for three long days and concluded on Monday, when Pearson was announced the winner.

Pearson was very happy after winning his first ever gold ring at any of the world series of poker circuit and said that “‘it’s a great tournament” and it’s a great place to spend weekend’.

The latest trip to Tahoe has become an incredible one for Pearson, because he just didn’t made enough money from his investment but he also got a beautiful WSOP Ring.

Pearson is a native of San Francisco, California but his lure of the main event brought him to Nevada. He is playing poker since he was seventeen years of age.

He said “I guess I started playing three or four years ago and more live tournaments.

Pearson not just survived on the day 1 of the main event, but swaps most of the chip stacks to him. Total 38 players survived from fight A on Day 1, while 68 players survived from Fight B on Day 1 and hence a total of 106 players remained in the business on Day 2.

Out of 106 players most of the players got eliminated from the game and a total of 8 players survived on day 2, and Pearson was in the middle of eight players with more than one million in chips.

On day 3 he kept moving on against his opponents until he became the champion of the title for $153,191 and a place to Global casino Championship 2017.