Father-daughter duo at the 2021 WSOP Team Event final table

Amanda Botfeld and David Botfeld

Another live WSOP 2021 event ended at Rio Casino the other day. It was held in a team format, so two players at once received their gold bracelets.

The 2021 WSOP Event #59: $1 000 Tag Team No-Limit Hold`em collected 641 entries, which resulted in a $590 490 prize pool.

A pair of Americans made up a team to win the WSOP Event #59. In addition to the bracelets, Mike Ruter and Samy Dighlawi earned $113 360 in total.

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Tomer Wolf from Israel and David Landell from the USA became runner-ups: they split a payout of $70 070.

Third place went to the Bothfeld team: Amanda Botfeld, author of "A Girls' Guide to Poker", and her father David Botfeld, who is a poker player.

She later shared an old family photo of her father teaching her to play poker when she was 15 on Twitter:

Amanda Botfeld and her father

Event #59: $1 000 Tag Team NLH Final Table Results

PlacePlayersCountriesPayout
1Mike Ruter and Samy Dighlawi
USA$113 360
2Tomer Wolf and David Landell
Israel – USA$70 070
3Amanda Botfeld and David Botfeld
USA$49 510
4Michael Newman and Robert Ormont
USA$35 540
5Alfie Adam and Vidur Sethi
UK – India$25 920
6Benjamin Miner and Dmitriy Uskach
USA$19 220
7Holly Babbitt and Michael Babbitt
USA$14 490
8Zachary Erdwurm and Steven Jones
USA$11 110
9Scott Johnston and Bob Fisher
USA$8 670
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