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Lok Chan Wins 2022 WSOP Event #35: $2,500 Mixed Big Bet on First Trip to WSOP ($144,338)

Lok Chan Wins 2022 WSOP Event #35: $2,500 Mixed Big Bet on First Trip to WSOP ($144,338)

Lok Chan After three days of mixed game action, Lok Chan defeated Drew Scott in heads-up play to win Event #35: $2,500 Mixed Big Bet at the 2022 World Series of Poker in its new home at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas . The popular mix of big bet variants attracted 281 runners to generate a prize pool of $625,225 .

Chan took home the top prize of $144,338 , along with his first bracelet, on his maiden trip from Hong Kong to Las Vegas for the WSOP. Event #35: $2,500 Mixed Big Bet Final Table Results

Place Name Country Prize 1 Lok Chan Hong Kong $144,338 2 Drew Scott Canada $89,206 Global Poker PokerStars Play Winner’s Reaction

The champ is only 22 years old, but he has played poker for quite some time.

“I have played for seven years after I learned from my brother when I was 15,” Chan said in his post-win interview with PokerNews .

Chan’s first trip to Las Vegas for the WSOP is also his first opportunity to play mixed games in a live tournament format. His interest in variants has increased over the last couple of years after playing online.

“I’m not winning that much in hold’em these days, so I play mixed games online a lot. It’s my first time I’ve ever played live.

“When I turned 17 or 18, I would go to Taiwan and play live tournaments and I would play cash online. This is my first time coming to Las Vegas for the WSOP. I was lucky enough to stay alive and have a chance to get a bracelet.”

The newly-crowned champion plans to spend much more time at the 2022 WSOP and perhaps get a shot at a second bracelet.“I am definitely playing the Main Event because that’s what I came here for. I may take a one-day break and have a rest with my friends and my wife. We are going out and I will rest up for the rest of the series.” Day 3 Action Day 3 got off to a fast start when Andrew Robl was eliminated on the very […]

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