..

Joseph Couden First Time WSOP Bracelet Takes Down Star-Studded Final Table

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Jun/29/2018

Joey Couden won his first career World Series of Poker bracelet in Event #53: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha 8 or Better.  He also took down some big name players along the way.

Couden bested a star-studded final tablet that included some of the biggest names in poker, including Daniel Negreanu, Mike Matusow, Eli Elezra, and Bruno Fitoussi.

The reward, in addition to a bracelet, was a cool $244,370.

"It was a great experience," he said of getting to play with the big names. "It was just a lot of fun, getting to hang out with Matusow, and Eli, and Bruno. They’re such great personalities."

Here are the final table results.

1 - -Joey Couden $244,370
2 - Bruno Fitoussi - $150,990
3 – Eli Elezra - $106,183
4 – Mike Matusow – $75,708
5 – Chris Conrad - $54,637
6 – Kim Kallman - $40,141
7 – Dustin Pattinson - $29,862
8 – Gregory Jamison - $22,541
9 – Daniel Negreanu - $17,268

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

Poker News

Mouth Wants His Poker Player Friends to Wake Up and Know What is Really Important: Hunter Biden's Laptop?

Mouth Wants His Poker Player Friends to Wake Up and Know What is Really Important: Hunter Biden's Laptop?

Poker pro Mike "The Mouth" Matusow went off on one of his world famous diatribes Tuesday, albeit more tame by Matusow standards, telling his followers to "wake up" and "see the most obvious things".   They are...

Partypoker Makes Sweeping Changes to its Tables' Look and Functionality

Partypoker Makes Sweeping Changes to its Tables' Look and Functionality

PartyPoker on Monday introduced its new downloadable software update that features improved table graphics and animations.

Can I Play on PokerStars From Arizona?

Can I Play on PokerStars From Arizona?

PokerStars does not currently allow those from Arizona to play for real money on their website.  Alternatives include Americas Cardroom, available to play for real money in all 50 states.

Leo Margets Becomes First Woman in Poker History To Do This...

Leo Margets Becomes First Woman in Poker History To Do This...

There are plenty of amazing female poker players, so it's quite a surprise that Leo Margets became the first to accomplish something most in the game take for granted.....WINNING.

Hellmuth Declared the Poker "GOAT", Breaks Another Record, Mouth Wants Apology From Younger Players

Phil Hellmuth made more history at this year's World Series of Poker (WSOP), finishing second at Event #84: $50,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller. 

Syndicate