• July 24, 2021

World Series of Poker Day 16

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(pokernews.com) – Day 16 of the 2015 World Series of Poker was a busy day 3 bracellets were awarded, two events reach their final few tables and two Day 1’s kick off.
Sam Greenwood scored the first WSOP bracelet of his career and the first one for Canada in 2015, winning Event #22: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em for $318,977. He topped a field of 1,915 runners. It’s Greenwood’s first win in a live tournament.
Event #22 Final Table Results

Place Name Hometown Payout
1 Sam Greenwood Toronto, Ontario, Canada $318,977
2 Cole Jackson Seattle, WA $197,254
3 Kenny Weinstein Chatham, NJ $136,380
4 James Dorrance Hershey, PA $98,360
5 John Myung Dunn Loring, VA $71,904
6 Sean Rice Cherry Hill, NJ $53,256
7 Aaron Belardo Newry, ME $39,967
8 Robert Hsu Plano, TX $30,385
9 Jay Dragland Calgary, Alberta, Canada $23,387

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28-year-old Floridian Ben Zamani won his first WSOP bracelet. It took an extra day to get it done, but Zamani came out on top of Event #20: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em, collecting the WSOP hardware and a first-place prize of $460,640. In doing so, he also managed to keep the WSOP’s female contingent from their first bracelet of the campaign, defeating Natasha Barbour heads-up.
vent #20 Final Table Results

Place Name Hometown Payout
1 Ben Zamani Boca Raton, FL $460,640
2 Natasha Barbour Tampa, FL $284,911
3 Paul Ephremsen Berkhamsted, England $196,986
4 Kevin MacPhee Couer D’Alene, ID $142,070
5 Wenlong Jin Arcadia, CA $103,857
6 Garrett Beckman Gardner, KS $76,922
7 Jared Griener Santa Ana, CA $57,729
8 Oluwashola Akindele Wisbech, England $43,888
9 Kevin Benoit Baton Rouge, LA $33,781

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