PAUL HOEFER, A Student of Germany wins First Gold Bracelet

By | July 6, 2015

At the evnt#61 of WSOP 2015 for $1,111 buy-in little one drop, A German student named Paul Hoefer wins his first ever Gold Bracelet and a whopping cash prize of $645,969 and secured first place for himself. This was a great mass event where total number of entries for this particular event was 4,555 through which 468 players were paid because they were the finishers of the game.

The total number of entries to the game generated a hugh amount of $4,099,500 to which Paul got his share of $645,969. The game was on from 30th June to 3rd of July 2015 at the world series of poker 2015 currently going on in City of Vegas.

The 24 Year German players played his game outstandingly and topped to the first place of total 4,555 players. It was a big amount and is a first ever gold bracelet for him. He was very happy after winning this great honour of Gold Bracelet and hugh amount of money. Paul is a part time player and a college going student. Till date he made final appearance at WSOP only once and took the first prize for it.

The game “Little one for one drop” at the WSOP for $1,111 buy in did great for Paul. The event was in at the Rio in the Vegas.

It is really unbelievable for me that I am a winner of this great event and game, Paul told after winning his careers best shot.

Second place and prize for this event goes to Mario Lopez a player from Argentina. He made $399,455 after coming second to the event.

The Third place for the game went to a player from Mission named Senovio Ramirez III. He took over the third prize and a total sum of $287,620 as winning amoun.

Whereas fourth place for this particular event of little one for one drop goes to a professional poker player names Carlos change, a player from Taipei. He took home his share of winning prize that is $212,559.