John Monnette of California has won the event#22 of 2017 World Series of poker for a winning total of amount $256,610.
It was the $10,000 buy-in No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw Championship to which John Monnette did great at the end of the day and took home the title. This is third gold bracelet for the player. His lifetime earnings playing at various WSOP tournament/events are now over $2.1 million.
Per Hildebrand of Sweden becomes runner-up of this event for a total winning share of amount $158,596, meanwhile third position of the match goes to an online poker player from Philadelphia named Darren Elias, who took home $110,944 from the tournament.
As mentioned this is third gold bracelet for Monnette. His last two gold bracelets victories were in 2012, when he participated in a $5,000 seven card stud ho li game and in 2011, when he participated in a $2,500 eight-game mix event.
The final table of this particular tournament was filled with some of the top professional poker players. Many of them were previous winners of bracelets.
One of final tablist was Paul Volpe who has two gold bracelets in his inventory. He busted out at eighth place for a total winning share of amount $24,498.
Canadian Mike Leah busted to seventh position in this game and pocketed a sum total of amount $31,903 from the tournament.
Another professional poker player named Mike Gorodinsky finished sixth. He is also a two-time bracelet winner. He pocketed $42,357 from the game being sixth place.
Final table result of 2017 WSOP event#22:-
1st: John Monnette, $256,610 (136.8)
2nd: Per Hildebrand, $158,596 (116.5)
3rd: Darren Elias, $110,944 (103.5)
4th: Xavier Kyablue, $79,016 (92.4)
5th: James Chen, $57,316 (83.0)
6th: Mike Gorodinsky, $42,357 (75.1)
7th: Mike Leah, $31,903 (68.3)
8th: Paul Volpe, $24,498 (62,5)