Steven Wolansky wins $1,000 buy in No Limit Hold’em or Event#44

By | June 30, 2016

Steven Wolansky wins $1,000 buy in No Limit Hold’emSteven Wolansky wins $1,000 buy in No Limit Hold’em or Event#44 or Event#44Steven Wolansky, a pro poker player from Cleveland, OH has who the event#44 i.e. $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em of the World Series of poker. The player collected an amount of $298,849 as first prize along with a gold bracelet. This was the second gold bracelet win for the player; the first one was back in 2014. The event received 2,076 entries and generated a cash prize pool of amount $1,868,400. Top 312 places of the game were paid out.

This was the 19th cash for the player, out of which he has been though 3 final tables and converted two times to gold bracelets. All time money for the players surged to $623,891. Wenlong Jin, originally from Shanghai was the runner up of the event, who got an amount of $184,631 as winning share. Wolansky, is a 28 year of age and love to play poker at top poker festivals. His loves towards World Series of poker has given him a chance to be happy.

This was an incredible win for me, and my next gold is to win more WSOP and EPT titles, the player said after winning the second gold bracelet of the career.

The heads up game was the toughest of the entire series, Wenlong Jin was taking leads and was having 3-1 but Wolansky, did not kept his momentum up by placing small stacks.

The player said that I mostly play in Florida, but I also travel once or twice in a year.

Final Nine Places of the $1,000 No Limit Hold’em, were:-

A Chinese Wenlong Jin was the runner up of the game and collected a payout of $184,631. This is the largest cash of his poker career as well. Bradley Myers, from Essex Junction was the third prize winner and got $133,955.

Young Sik Eum, from Los Angeles was at fourth for $98,150, Justin Zaki, from Tampa, Florida comes fifth for $72,634. All time money for the player now exceeds to $600,000.

Australian Dejan Boskovic, collects $54,294, being sixth, Walter Rodriguez, from Edinburg, collects $40,999, being seventh and Zaher Sayegh, from Northridge got busted to eighth position for a winning total of amount $31,278.

A professional poker player from Carlsbad Danny Illingworth was the ninth place holder of the game and got $24,111.