Rep Porter of Seattle wins Event#13 of WSOP collects $142,624

By | June 13, 2016

Rep Porter of Seattle wins Event#13 of WSOP collects $142,624The event#13 of the world series of poker 2016 belongs to a pro poker player of Seattle Rep Porter (45), who collects the first prize of amount $142,624 and a gold bracelet. This was a $1,500 buy in seven card Razz event, which attracted 461 entries and generated a cash pool prize of amount $622,350.

Out of 461 entrants, 70 finishers took home some amount of prize money. The final table of the game included 5 gold bracelet winners and hence there was a close fight among players looking to win this prestigious event of World Series of poker.

Rep Porter was very happy when booked for the first prize. He said that I love to play poker because it gives me freedom and I can spend quality time with mu friends and family. It really feels great, when you win an event like this against world best Razz/poker players. I can now work hard in upcoming events to do well further, he further adds.

Top eighth positions of the event were as follows;-

Michael Gathy of Brussels, Belgium was the runner up of the event and collected a handsome amount of $88,146 as prize money. He was having good chip lead over the winner once but could not be able to keep the momentum and it was porter who won the title of the championship.

Russian Alexey Makarov was the one who finished for third with total sum amount win $60,309.

Canadian super star and top poker professional of the world i.e. Daniel Negreanu or “Kid Poker” was the fourth position holder. He made $42,030 from the Razz tournament. Negreanu is one of the best poker professionals in the world these days and his presence made the event and electrifying one. Somehow he could not be able to keep the momentum after having chip lead and busted to fourth position.

Brendan Taylor fined himself at fifth position with total winning of amount $29,846. Valentin Vornicu, of San Diego was at sixth place for $21,604 and Daniel Weinman, completes his journey at seventh for $15,945.

The first player who got busted from the table was Shaun Deeb of Vegas at eighth position and got away with $12,006.