Winner of WSOP Ten game Mix is Brian Hastings, won $1,500

By | June 22, 2015

Brian Hasting, a pro poker player based in Pennsylvania has won $1500 at WSOP Ten Game mix event. He has become the first double winner of the game this year since the launching of the game. He is the winner of third WSOP Bracelet this year with a great prize of $133,403.

The Ten Game was hosted at event number 39 of the WSOP 2015 with a total number of 380 entries were put for a great prize $513,000 in which 42 top rated players got their share of $2,639 each. This particular game of six hands was brought in focus in the year 2011 at the WSOP. It got so famous and popular among gamblers and players and that is why hundreds of poker players were interested in such kind of real money gaming. Players have won thousands of dollars playing their favorite six hands gaming at this great event.

The Ten Game is one of the most popular games at the Event. This game is a mix of many games including Omaha, Seven Card Stud, Limit Holdem, Seven card stud hi/lo, Razz, badugi and many more like these. This game is played between new and veteran players this year as I have told you earlier that the game is a perfect place to make some serious real poker money.

Hastings was playing the game at the table where two more veteran players and WSOP main event winners as well as WSOP bracelet winners named Todd Brunson and owais Ahmed were at the table with him.

The rest of the players who won at this event are like Todd Brunson from Vegas and Alexey Makarov from Russia. Todd from Vegas won $52,977 whereas Alexey won $35,130 respectively.

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