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The 2019 WSOP is the 50th anniversary of the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas and, fittingly, there’s a dazzling array of bracelet events on the schedule.

By the time the next Main Event champion is crowned on July 16, 89 events will have been played – an all-time record.

Among the events on the Anniversary WSOP schedule expected to draw huge crowds:

$500 buy-in “The Big 50” No-Limit Hold’em event with $5 million Guaranteed
$50,000 buy-in Anniversary Special Tournament
$1,000 Mini Main Event
$1,500 Bracelet Winners-Only Event
$400 WSOP Colossus (lowest buy-in ever)
$10,000 Short Deck Holdem Event

Alongside recurring WSOP favorites including the $1,500 Millionaire Maker, the $1,000 Seniors Championship, $1,000 Ladies Championship, $50,000 Poker Players Championship and the signature $10,000 WSOP Main Event, more gold bracelets will be awarded than ever before.

Check our updated WSOP 2019 results below with official winners, final tables and notable cashes listed right up to the end of the Main Event.

Event #2 – $10,000 Super Turbo Bounty


Entrants: 204
Prize Pool: $1,917,600
Winner: Brian Green ($345,669)
Runner-Up: Ali Imsirovic ($213,644)

Notes: The first official bracelet of the 2019 WSOP went to Brian Green, an American poker pro now living in Vegas. 

This is Green’s first WSOP bracelet
A poker player since 1984, Green has $3m in career earnings
$3k bounties also paid for busting another player

Quote: “It kind of gets the monkey off my back. Now I can play poker without having that on my mind,” Green said after the win. “I tend to do well when I play pro-heavy fields… I know most of the guys who play $10Ks are pretty good players. In a turbo, though, there’s a lot of flipping too, not a lot of post-flop poker. Still, a win’s a win, it’s hard to win a poker tournament.”

WSOP Event #2 Final Table Results

us Brian Green
us Ali Imsirovic
us Asher Conniff
us Loren Klein
us Ping Liu
ca Daniel Negreanu
nl Martijn Gerrits
us Zach Clark
us Cary Katz

More Notable Cashes:

10. Anatoly Filatov ($18,667)
11. Darren Elias ($18,667)
13. Ben Lamb ($15,408)
14. Ben Yu ($15,408)
15. Benjamin Pollack ($15,408)
16. Nick Schulman ($13,070)
19. Byron Kaverman ($11,402)
21. David Benyamine ($11,402)
22. Dan Shak ($11,402)
25. Erik Seidel ($11,402)

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