World Series of Poker 2013 Sets Record: Two More Bracelets Won

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Ace King
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World Series of Poker 2013 Sets Record:  Two More Bracelets Won

The 2013 World Series of Poker has set a new record for a live buy-in tournament.

Just over 6300 players signed up for the newly unveiled Millionaire Maker event, breaking the old record of almost 4000 set back in 2009. 

The individual who wins is guaranteed to walk away with a staggering $1 million with those making the final table also forecast to do well based on the number of entries and massive prize pool.

…. Mike Gorodinsky outlasted Kristopher Tong heads-up in Event #5: 2,500 Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi-Low mix.  This s Gorodinsky’s first WSOP bracelet and he takes home $216,988.

Tong was awarded $134,017 for second.

Here are the final table results from the $2,500 Sutd 8/Omaha 8 event:


1st: Mike Gorodinsky - $216,988

2nd: Kristopher Tong - $134,017

3rd: Matthew Ashton - $86,437

4th: Owais Ahmed - $62,631

5th: George Fotiadis - $46,048

6th: George Danzer - $34,348

7th: Mack Lee - $25,993

8th: Julie Schneider -$19,952

John Beauprez has won event #6: $1,500 Six-Handed No Limit Hold'em and the $324,764.  This is the biggest score of the 28 year-old Beauprez's poker career.

Beauprez is the creator of the Pot Limit Omaha training site PLO Quick Pro

Here are the final table results for Event 4, the $1,500 Six-Handed No Limit Hold’em event:

1st: John Beauprez - $324,764

2nd: Manig Loeser - $200,698

3rd: Eric Blair - $127,300

4th: Joe Cada - $83,558

5th: Mike “Musa” Mustafa - $56,499

6th: Keven Stammen - $39,325

- Ace King, Gambling911.com