Max Silver Wins $3000 Limit Hold’em 6 Max

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Jun/30/2017

London-born Max Silver has claimed his first-ever World Series of Poker gold bracelet with a win in the 2017 WSOP 3000 Limit Hold’em 6 Max.

Silver, who's been playing poker professional for about eight years and who also owns and operates an online training site, was fortunate to close out this final with such speed. The early finish allowed him to make a midnight flight back to his current home in Dublin, Ireland, though he'll be returning for big events in a few days. "Ill be back to play the $25K PLO... and, of course, the Main Event.

"Amazing," said Silver, regarding the feeling of taking downhis first bracelet after his deep runs in several prominent WSOP events. "I've had several nice scores, but this, this is just amazing."

Final-Table Payouts (earned POY points in parentheses): 1st: Max Silver, $172,645 (146.5)

2nd: Guowei Zhang, $106,694 (124.8)

3rd: Mickey Craft, $69,789 (108.3)

4th: Lena Wang, $46,871 (94.9)

5th: Ayman Qutami, $32,345 (83.9)

6th: Georgios Kapalas, $22,952 (74.8)

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