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(pokernews.com) – Day 21 of the 2015 World Series of Poker was a busy one with seven events playing out at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
Jeff Madsen captured the fourth bracelet of his career
Jeff Madsen burst onto the poker consciousness at the 2006 World Series of Poker, winning two bracelets and more than $1.3 million en route Player of the Year honors at the tender age of 21. Madsen has since proven he is no flash in the pan, and he claimed his fourth bracelet by winning Event #31: $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo.
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Madsen had to contend with an unofficial final table that included Rami Boukai (third place), John O’Shea (sixth), David “ODB” Baker (eighth), and Mike Gracz (10th). Heads up, Madsen faced off with Frenchman Jeanmarc Thomas, with Madsen beginning play up almost 2-1 on Thomas, which he increased to a 5-1 lead eventually.
Final Table Results
|1||Jeff Madsen||Los Angeles, CA||$301,413|
|3||Rami Boukai||San Diego, CA||$123,976|
|4||Richard Tucker||Charlotte, NC||$92,003|
|5||Sun Kwak||Hicksville, NY||$69,044|
|6||Josh O’Shea||Churchtown, Ireland||$52,324|
|7||Huarong Ma||Palatine, IL||$40,006|
|8||David “ODB” Baker||Katy, TX||$30,883|
|9||Spencer Chen||West Hollywood, CA||$23,941|
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