Joseph McKeehen won another high roller tournament at Wynn Spring Classic series

Joseph McKeehen

The American poker community has missed the live events. The proof of this is a high turnout of poker players in the expensive tournaments that take place in Las Vegas casino.

Some days ago, the Wynn Casino held a high roller tournament for $10 500 as part of Wynn Spring Classic series. Thanks to 83 entries, the prize pool reached the mark of $871 500.

The poker player from the USA and concurrently the champion of Main Event WSOP 2015 Joseph McKeehen became the winner of tournament and earned $224 100.

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The American poker pro Shawn Daniels finished as a runner-up and received $157 700, which became his largest prize money in career.

With the exception of Spanish poker pro Sergio Aido, all the other participants of the final table were the American players.

Results of Wynn Spring Classic tournament final table:

PlacePlayerPrize money
1Joseph McKeehen
$224 100
2Shawn Daniels$157 700
3Dragana Lim$99 600
4Sergio Aido$83 000
5Jake Schindler$66 400
6Ankush Mandavia$49 800
7Joey Weissman$41 500
8Jeremy Ausmus$33 200

Tournament champion Joseph McKeehen earned over $17 000 000 in the live tournaments throughout his poker career.

He earned his biggest prize money of $7 683 340 for the victory at WSOP Main Event 2015. In addition, he was awarded another two WSOP bracelets in 2017 and 2020.

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