Anthony Zinno won his 4th WSOP bracelet
More and more famous players add the new WSOP bracelets to their arsenal.
The live tournament in H.O.R.S.E discipline with $1 500 buy-in was held as part of WSOP series. It collected 594 entries, which formed a prize pool of $792 990. The champion was awarded with $160 630.
The popular American player Anthony Zinno got the main prize, as well as his fourth WSOP bracelet.
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The US participant Randy Ohel finished as a runner-up and earned $99 270 for the second place. In general, most of the final table players have traditionally turned out to be from USA. The Italian player Max Pescatori became the only exception, who finished eighth with a payout of $15 210.
Final table payouts of WSOP 2021 Event #27: $1 500 H.O.R.S.E:
|1||Anthony Zinno||160 630$|
|2||Randy Ohel||99 270$|
|3||Christopher Adams||69 580$|
|4||Kao Saechao||49 590$|
|5||Darren Kennedy||35 950$|
|6||Paul Holder||26 250$|
|7||Curtis Phelps||19 910$|
|8||Max Pescatori||11 840$|
|9||Michael Rosenberg||11 840$|
Randy Ohel fought in heads-up against Anthony Zinno with an advantage of 2 to 1. After a while, Anthony increased his stack even more at the expense of his rival.
The final hand of tournament was played in Razz discipline. Ohel went all-in on the fifth straight with 6-2/ 8-2-J, but Zinno instantly called him with A-4/3-6-10. Sixth straight brought Ohel a queen, and as a result, Zinno became the champion.