WSOP: Benny Glaser is also a five-time WSOP champion



Benny Glaser Conquers Event #38, Becomes Fourth Fi...

Less than half of the face-to-face events After all the events, the WSOP ushered in a five-time crown rush. The fourth player to win his fifth career bracelet is England’s Benny Glaser. “RunGodlike” was also the big winner in the online series, taking the big winner of this Sunday’s (18) WSOP Event #38.

The tournament is a $10,000 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw tournament. Glaser had to beat 130 mixed game experts to win a whopping $311,428. It was the ace’s 56th ITM at the WSOP, and he now has over $3.2 million in WSOP cash alone.

The game was long and required an extra day to complete the heads-up with Sweden’s Oscar Johansson. “I feel very welcome here today, I really like heads-up and play a lot of tournaments, so I was very confident in my game at the time. Glaser has five WSOP bracelets, which he won at 2-7 Number two in limit mode.” It was his first in 2015.

The eight-year WSOP bracelet collector also beat the likes of Michael Rodrigues and Johansson (who have already won bracelets this issue), Sampo Ryynanem and Julien Martini and David “Bakes” Baker in the final in the table.

See event #38 finalists’ prizes:

1st Place – Benny Glaser (UK) – $311,428

second place. – Oscar Johnson (Sweden) – $192,690

3. – Michael Rodriguez (Portugal) – $139,048

4. – Sampo Ryynanen (Finland) – $101,709

5. – Julien Martini (France) – $75,341

6 – David “Bakes” Baker (USA) – $56,528

Benny Glaser Conquers Event #38, Becomes Fourth Fi...

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  • This text discusses the recent WSOP event where Benny Glaser from England won his fifth career bracelet in a $10,000 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw tournament, beating 130 other players and winning $311,428. Glaser expresses confidence in his game during the heads-up competition, which required an extra day to complete against Oscar Johansson from Sweden.

  • Wehner.donald

    This text highlights the success of England’s Benny Glaser at the WSOP, where he won his fifth career bracelet and a prize of $311,428 in the $10,000 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw tournament. Glaser’s victory required an extra day to complete the heads-up with Sweden’s Oscar Johansson, and he now has over $3.2 million in WSOP cash alone.

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