USA's Kevin Gerhart seizes his third career WSOP bracelet

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In addition to No Limit Hold'em, American players actively practice different poker disciplines and, thanks to this, earn huge payouts, as well as WSOP trophies.

As part of the live World Series of Poker 2021, the $10 000 H.O.R.S.E tournament took place the other day in Las Vegas. In total, 23 players got in the money, and we note that the minimum payout was $16 210.

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The WSOP 2021 Event #40: $10 000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship attracted 149 people who like playing mixed poker disciplines, but it was Kevin Gerhart from the USA to emerge victorious.

Kevin won his third career WSOP gold bracelet, as well as $361 120 in prize money. Another American player, Marco Johnson, became the tournament runner-up, pocketing $223 190. By the way, all finalists of the event turned out to be Americans, except for Frenchman David Benyamine.

WSOP 2021 Event #40: $10K H.O.R.S.E. Championship Final Table Results

PlacePlayerPayout
1Kevin Gerhart$361 120
2Marco Johnson$223 190
3Eddie Blumenthal
$155 970
4Bryce Yockey
$111 700
5Brandon Shack-Harris
$82 030
6Chris Vitch
$61 810
7Jake Schwartz
$47 830
8David Benyamine$38 030

In the last hand, Marco Johnson went all-in holding A♣-K♥-J♣-10♦, and was called by Kevin Gerhart with 9♠-6♠-4♥-3♣. Once 9♥-9♦-4♦-4♣-9♣ showed up on the board, there was no other outcome – Kevin Gerhart became the event champion.

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