Robert Kuhn of Ohio Wins WSOP Harrah’s Atlantic for $122,098

By | March 27, 2016

Robert KuhnRobert Kuhn, an Ohio based poker player won the Main Event of World Series of poker Harrah Atlantic and collected $122,098, as first prize. The player was lucky enough to won this first ever gold ring in his poker career. Not only this, but he also got his seat booked for the prestigious 2016 WSOP Global Championship.

The final table included some of the top professionals such as Ari Engel from Vegas and winner of Event#7($580 No Limit Hold’em), Oliver Entine (185,000 in chip counts),seat#3 was for Jared Jaffee with 326,000,seat#4 was for Joseph Liberta – 545,000, at seat#5 a player from New Jersey, David Cossio with total 1,227,000 chips.

The seat#5,seat#6 and seat#7 of the final table was for David Cossio (1,227,000), Nenad Cvetkovic (353,000 in chips) and Dorian Rios( 586,000).Whereas seat#8 and seat#9 belongs to Joseph Cappello – 356,000 and Robert Kuhn – 2,326,000.

Ari Engel was looking to good at the moment as he already won the event#7 at this particular tournament and he was suppose to do well, but somehow could not manage to take the pride again.

The first elimination was of a New Yorker Oliver Entine, who took home $11,544 and completed his journey to ninth position.

Eighth, seventh and sixth places of the event went to Jared Jaffee ($14,452), Joseph Cappello ($18,348) and Joseph Liberta($23,626).

Fifth, fourth and third places were for David Cossio ($30,869), Ari Engel ($40,937) and Dorian Rios of Venezuela, who took home $55,134.

It means the heads up was in between Robert Kuhn and Nenad Cvetkovic. Kuhn won the title and collected the first prize of amount $122,098, whereas cvetkovic collected $75,452, being a runner up.

The $1,650 No Limit Hold’em attracted 370 entries and generated a total prize pool of amount $555,000. Top 45 places were paid out.