David Singer wins career’s second bracelet at 2017 WSOP

By | June 10, 2017

David Singer wins career’s second bracelet at 2017 WSOPDavid Singer, a Las Vegas-based poker pro has won his second gold bracelet at World Series of poker 2017 for a total sum of amount $203,709. It was the event#14 i.e. $1,500 buy-in H.O.R.S.E to which Singer did great at the end of the day.

California’s Kevin Lamonica became the runner-up of the event for a total sum of amount $125,904. This particular win has made Singer’s career WSOP earnings to more than $1.8 million.  This is also the 40th career WSOP cash to singer.

Last gold bracelet for the winner was back in 2008 when he participated in $1,500 pot-limit hold’em and won the title.

Final table of top 8 players included Esther Taylor-Brady, Kyle Loman, David “Bakes” Baker, Max Pescatori and Andrew Kelsall.

The first player busted from the final table was Esther Taylor-Brady, who made $18,669 from the event and completed his journey being eighth place.

Seventh place of the match belongs to a pro poker player named Kyle Loman. He busted to seventh place for a total winning share of amount $24,696.

Sixth, fifth and fourth places of the match belongs to players known as David “Bakes” Baker, Michael Coombs and Max Pescatori and they pocketed $33,184, $45,281 and $62,733.

Final Result of Event#14 of 2017 WSOP:-

1st: David Singer, $203,709 (173.8)

2nd: Kevin Lamonica, $125,904 (148.0)

3rd: Andrew Kelsall, $88,221 (131.5)

4th: Max Pescatori, $62,733 (117.4)

5th: Michael Coombs, $45,281 (105.3)

6th: David “Bakes” Baker, $33,184 (94.9)

7th: Kyle Loman, $24,696 (86.0)

8th: Esther Taylor-Brady, $18,669 (78.4)