John Monnette Claims Third WSOP Bracelet

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California's John Monnette finished off a loaded final table to win his third career World Series of Poker gold bracelet in the 2017 WSOP's Event #22, $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw Championship. Monnette's win was worth $256,610. The win pushed Monnette's lifetime WSOP earnings to more than $2.1 million.

Monnette eliminated runner-up Per Hildebrand to seal the win after holding the lead throughout Day 3's final-table action. Hildebrand, from Uppsala, Sweden, earned $158,596 for his second-place performance.

Philadelphia native and online-poker veteran Darren Elias claimed third. Elias's $110,944 payday is his largest career WSOP cash to date.

Source: WSOP

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