In addition to winning their first WSOP gold bracelets, Bryn Kenney and Matt Grapenthien were thrilled to receive full body Zoop Suits.
John Hennigan captured his third bracelet in the prestigious $50,000 Poker Players Championship.
It wasn’t long ago that Jesse McEuen could barely afford to feed himself. Now he’s a bracelet winner, as is Jordan Morgan, who fulfills a dream he’s chased for many years.
With back to back final tables under his belt, Will Givens says that he is still hungry, focused, and determined to be “smart rich” rather than “hood rich”.
Two weeks after winning his first WSOP event, Tommy Hang arrives to collect his bracelet. Sean Dempsey finally wins gold after 10 years of playing at the WSOP.
Two players win their second WSOP bracelet, Brian Yoon in consecutive years and George Danzer less than 2 weeks after his first.
Steve Wolansky got a chance to redeem himself in the $1,500 2-7 and Brandon Paster affirmed his travel plans after taking down the $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha event.
2009 Main Event champ Joe Cada scores his second bracelet and online legend Calvin Anderson (aka Cal42688) wins gold for the first time.
It was a dream come true for both of these first time bracelet winners. Andrew Rennhack won Event #26 $1,500 NLHE and Kory Kilpatrick took down the $3k PLO NLHE Shootout.
The 2014 Senior’s Event drew a record field of 4,425 players. Dan Heimiller took them all down for his 2nd bracelet, and can now afford a lifetime of chicken dinners.
The largest bracelet ceremony crowd yet arrived to honor Davidi Kitai for winning his third career WSOP gold bracelet.
Nicholas Kost came from behind to defeat a tough final table in the $1500 Omaha Hi-Low event.
Greg Kolo‘s first ever WSOP cash results in a bracelet. Paul Volpe defeats Daniel Negreanu heads up in a hard fought match of 2-7.
Justin Bonomo has three 2nd place finishes in his WSOP career. He would not be denied again in the $1,500 Six-Max No Limit Hold ‘Em event.