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Nicholas Haynes Wins Casino Employees Event at WSOP 2019

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May/31/2019

Nicholas Haynes has captured the Casino Employees Event title and his first World Series of Poker Gold Bracelet. He defeated a field of 685 players to claim the $62,248 first prize. The 39-year-old Hanson is originally from Michigan and is currently working as a dealer in Las Vegas.


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Haynes was set to start work this Saturday as a dealer in the World Series of Poker.

“I will not continue being a WSOP dealer at this point, but I am an Aria dealer and I will continue to deal there.”

He added: “One of the things that really jumped out at me was that an Aria dealer has won two years in a row. There’s a lot of incredible players there and I watch them and just pick up little bits here and there and over time you just become better. I feel like they were very instrumental in my play today. That’s why I’m thankful for my job and the players there.”

Haynes played the event with a little blue dog bone necklace that says “Rudy”

“He was one of the biggest things in my life, so I brought his tag with me for good luck.”

Here are the final results from today’s final table. For a full list of the results click here.

1- Nicholas Haynes ($62,248)

2- Isaac Hanson ($38,447)

3- Jorge Ruiz ($26,642)

4- Jesse Kertland ($18,758)

5- Adam Lamers ($13,421)

6- Jeff Fast ($9,761)

 

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