New Yorker Michael Gagliano wins event#25 of WSOP 2016

By | June 20, 2016

New Yorker Michael Gagliano wins event#25 of WSOP 2016A professional poker player from New York Michael Gagliano has won the event#25 of the world series of poker 2016. He collected a winning total of amount $448,463. The event was $2,500 buy in No Limit Hold’em which attracted more than 1000 players from all around the world and generated a hugh cash prize pool.

Total WSOP cashes for the player is now 10, out of which he has been through 2 final table appearances. Life time earning for thee player, playing at different poker festivals is grown up to $599,791.

 Daniel Cooke, originally from Hartford was the runner up of the game and collected a very good $277,128 as total winning prize. A few top professional collected the cash were Jonathan Duhamel, Joe Cada and Ryan Riess.

Gagliano has done really well in the past but this is his first ever gold bracelet win n front of that kind of hugh field size. That is simply awesome. I played well till the end and it is just a matter of adjusting, he said after winning the gold bracelet of the event.

 Top Nine players were as follows:-

Daniel Cooke was the runner up of the event and got $277,128 as total winning share, whereas:  Shankar Pillai of NY was third place holder of the event. He took home $196,119.

Remy Castaignon was playing good but hit the rail in a close hand against others and got eliminated to fourth position for $140,596.

Fifth, sixth seventh and eighth places were for Zu Zhou, who made $102,120 from the tournament, a UK based pro poker player Niall Farrell, collected $75,164, being sixth, Michael Laake, from Punta Gorda collected $56,073, being seventh and Darryll Fish of Vegas eliminated to eighth position for a winning total of amount $42,405.

Meanwhile an Irish pro Gavin O’Rourke completed his journey at ninth place with total winning share $32,514.