David Bach wins second gold of 2017 WSOP season for $383,208

By | June 19, 2017

David Bach wins second gold of 2017 WSOP season for $383,208David Bach, a professional poker player from Athens, Georgia is the winner of prestigious $10,000 H.O.R.S.E event took place at World Series of poker 2017.

The player pocketed a sum total of amount $338,208 from the tournament and bested a field size of 150 players. Almost top pro poker players were participating in the game, but it was Bach’s day and ultimately he proved it.

This is his third gold bracelet win at WSOP but second in this particular season of 2017 World Series of poker. His first big win was 10 days earlier in the $1,500 Dealers Choice event where he won $119,399. This is a good amount of money for other players, but he kept playing and now his playing pays off to him.

Eric Rodawig becomes runner-up of this game for a total winning share of amount $236,841.

David Bach was a happy guy after this great win. He said after the match that, the first win was huge for me. It was bigger than what I imagined and that is why I’m here to play more games. $119,000 sounds good because it is good money for anyone, but I’m spending more than that in buy-ins over the summer.
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His first gold bracelet came back in 2009. He and his wife got married in the same year in Las Vegas.

This win of Bach came in a great manner for him, because the table was filled with some of the top professionals of the world. Players like Daniel Negreanu, Jason Mercier, Andrew Brown and defeating Eric Rodawig heads-up were at the table looking to win the championship.

Final result:-

1st: David Bach – $383,208
2nd: Eric Rodawig – $236,841
3rd: Don Zewin – $163,557
4th: Andrew Brown – $115,485
5th: Jason Mercier – $83,415
6th: Daniel Negreanu – $61,667
7th: Yuebin Guo – $46,687
8th: Jerry Wong – $36,218
9th: Scott Margereson – $33,087