From computer glitches to a shooting scare, there was no shortage of excitement at the World Series of Poker 2022. Read on for the highlights of this year’s tournament. The World Series of Poker 2022 tournament series has come to an end, and we’re looking back on the biggest news to come out of the event. So, if you missed out on anything exciting, you’ll be able to read all about it in our WSOP 2022 recap. Jeremy Ausmus Wins Three Bracelets in 9 Months
For most poker players, it’s difficult to win one bracelet – but Jeremy Ausmus managed to win three in just nine months. His third came a couple of weeks into the 2022 WSOP, after winning the 6-Handed Limit Hold’em event for $142,147.
Prior to this, Ausmus won the 2021 High Roller PLO event for $1.18 million in November 2021, and the COVID-19 Relief NLHE Charity Event for $48,687 in September 2021. It’s quite an impressive achievement, and surely sets some kind of record. It’s unlikely we’ll see another place accomplish such a feat since the 2021 World Series of Poker ended just six months before the 2022 installment. Music Producer Steve Alibi Breaks WSOP Bracelet
At BeatTheFish, we’re big music fans – so, we were thrilled when legendary music producer Steve Alibini won his second World Series of Poker bracelet in the $1,500 HORSE Championship for $196,089. That’s not the best bit, though – Get $2,000 at Americas Cardroom STEVE ALBINI WON A SECOND BRACELET AND IMMEDIATELY DROPPED AND BROKE IT #WSOP32 pic.twitter.com/635i0pUdv9 — Eric Rodawig (@ericrodawig) June 18, 2022 Shortly after getting his hands on the bracelet – he dropped and broke it ! Neymar Jr. Cashes in First WSOP Event
Soccer superstar Neymar Jr has been making a name for himself in the poker world for several years now but has only ever bubbled WSOP events – until now. After coming in 49 th in the Super Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold’em , he can finally add cashing in a World Series of Poker tournament to his long, long list of achievements. Pot Awarded […]
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