Michael Moncek wins his second bracelet


Michael Moncek wins his second bracelet

Of the 568 players in Event #6: $5,000 Mixed No-Limit Hold’em/Pot-Limit Omaha, only one player lost his bracelet after playing for 26 hours. Two action games are coming. crowded days. That’s Michael Monseker.

Obviously, it was a good start for the World Series of Poker for him, as he won $534,499, the $2,612,800, the largest cash sum of his career. In order to do so, he had to battle second place Fernando Habegger, who entered the final day with the chip lead and managed to go heads-up. The man known virtually as JNandez was awarded $330,344 for his efforts.

Moncek rang the bell briefly after his win, telling PokerGO, “It means a lot to me and now I have a good chance to be Player of the Year. Won a bracelet in the first week…I’m very happy about it.”

Monseq is no stranger to these lists. He has three WSOP Circuit rings, and this isn’t his first bracelet, as he won his 13th event last year: $1,500 Limit Hold’em.

As for the Latinos, only one bonus came from

Event #6: Mixed No-Limit Hold’em/Pot-Limit Omaha

Buy-in: $5,000Number of entries: 568Pot: $2,612,800

Top 5

Michael Moncek – $534,499 2. Fernando Habegger – $330,344 3. Alex Livingston – $235,062 4. Michael Banducci – $169,674 5. Christian Harder – $124,266

ITM Latinos

41. Felipe Ramos – $11,257

*Complete count.

Michael Moncek wins his second bracelet

Comments (2)

  • Waelchi.narciso

    This text provides a summary of the results of Event #6 at the World Series of Poker, highlighting Michael Monseker’s impressive win and the prize money involved. It also mentions that only Felipe Ramos represented the Latino players and earned a cash prize.

  • This text provides information about the outcome of Event #6 at the World Series of Poker, where Michael Monseker won $534,499 and a bracelet. It also mentions that Felipe Ramos was the only Latin American player to finish in the money, earning $11,257.

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