Asi Moshe wins his 4th WSOP bracelet while Kahle Burns wins his first. WSOP.com qualifying players for 2020 WSOP. Find these stories and more in the Tuesday Hit and Run.
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Asi Moshe won his fourth career bracelet after winning the €1,650 PLO/NLHE Mix (Event #9) at the World Series of Poker Europe at the King’s Casino in the Czech Republic. In addition to winning his fourth gold bracelet, Moshe also will take home a first-place prie of €97,465. The victory follows a bracelet during the $1500 No-Limit Hold’em Bounty at last summer’s WSOP. He also took home bracelets in the 2014 $1,500 No Limit Hold’em and the 2018 WSOPE €1650 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Handed Deepstack.
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Australia’s Kahle Burns took down the WSOPE €25,500 Platinum High Roller to win his first gold bracelet and a €596,883 first-place prize. Burns won the event after outlasting 83 entries over three days including Sam Trickett (€368,899) and 2019 WSOP Main Event champion Hossein Ensan (€251,837) at the final table. The victory put Kurns over the $6 million live tournament winnings mark.
The €25,500 Mixed Games Championship (Event #10) began Day 2 on Tuesday with 21 of 26 players remaining with late registration available through the first two levels of Day 2 yielding a final field of 35. At the time of this writing, Besim Hot holds the chip lead with 11 remaining players including Alex Livingston, Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth among the star-studded field.
Event #11, the €2,200 Pot-Limit Omaha, was the new event on Tuesday. The event has attracted over 200 players at the time of this writing with Hans Holst holding the chip lead at the time of this writing.
– In an effort to break the all-time WSOP Main Event record next year, WSOP.com has already begun qualifying players for next year’s WSOP Main Event. The online poker site, which is available in Nevada and New Jersey, has been offering $215 satellites which guarantee at least one $10,000 seat to the world’s biggest tournament.
– The FanDuel online sportsbook has launched in Indiana, joining BetRivers and the DraftKings In Sportsbook, which each went live on October 3rd. In addition to Indiana, FanDuel also offers an online sportsbook in New Jersey, West Virginia and Pennsylvania.
– PlaySugarHouse PA blackjack is a reality after the online casino went live with the NetEnt game in recent days. The new game, which allows players to play up to three hands at a time at the six-deck game, boasts a 99.59% player return rate.
– Ravig Raghavan took down WSOP Circuit Horseshoe Hammond Main Event to win a $272,332 first place prize and his second WSOP Circuit gold ring. Raghavan outlasted 1,063 over three days to take home the title.
In other live tournament results, Jordan Spurlin won the Run It Up Reno IX Main Event for $66,000, outlasting a field of 760, the largest ever for an RIU Main Event.
– From the Fake News Bin: A bored poker community with increasing free time on its hands may be hoping that Mike Postle starts cheating again, even it’s just a little bit.
– Tuesday’s featured classic Grinderschool poker training video is Part 27 of Colossos’ “Cash Games with Colossos” series. This episode focuses on a 4-table session of $0.10/$0.25 No Limit Hold’em shorthanded.
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– After cashing two events at WSOP Europe, Daniel Negreanu is multi-tabling in two other events:
– Joey Ingram continues his Mike Postle cheating scandal coverage. On Tuesday, he posted Part 1 of what will be a five-part series going over Postle’s biggest and craziest sessions.