Yuval Bronshtein Earns His First Bracelet Following Ten WSOP Final Table Appearances

Yuval Bronshtein won his first bracelet and 96,278 USD after reaching the World Series of Poker WSOP final table appearances for the tenth time. This year’s Event #13 is worth 1,500 USD. 2-7 No-Limit Lowball Draw drew the greatest field of this variety and buy-in ever seen at the WSOP, and the prize money reflected that fact.

After defeating his last opponent, Ajay Chabra, who had dominated the final table for much of the day, Bronshtein contacted his mother to inform her of his victory. In an interview, he stated, “I’m really brimming with happiness right now.”

“This is considered the purest form of poker, and I tend to agree.” “It’s all about reading people,” he explained.

Why Bronshtein Had to Struggle for Chips

Bronshtein had to struggle for his chips after starting the day with the second smallest stack, especially because formidable opponent Chabra returned with more than a third of the chips in play. 

“I never lose faith in myself,” he says. “I’ve seen guys come back from a tiny stack and win tournaments at WSOP final table appearances.” When you make a tremendous comeback like that, it’s a lot more enjoyable.”

WSOP Final Table Appearances : Action on the Final Day

The early action was dominated by German player Bjorn Geissert. Returning for the final day as the shortest stack with 14 big blinds. He did anything but sit on his chips, making a bid to increase them that was cut short by a timely pat eight in Chabra’s hand within the first 20 minutes of play on WSOP Final Table Appearances. 

His sixth-place finish netted him 13,892 USD in prize money. After a tense level in which players took turns taking down hefty blinds and raising with three-bets, Michael Sortino was the next to go. In a blind-on-blind battle with Chabra, he called when all in and drew one pip worse than his opponent to bust in fifth place.

Player Transformed the Game

A massive three-way all-in pot transformed the game by doubling up Bronshtein, sending Steven Tabb to the rail, and putting Jerry Wong’s stack in jeopardy. Tabb chose a frigid place to open-jam with the table’s low stack, and he was dealt two strong pat hands at the same time. 

Tabb has previously earned nearly 1 million USD in live tournament cashes, and this fourth-place result adds 27,477 USD to his total. 

For a time, Wong maneuvered his tiny stack around his opponents, selecting areas to move in uncalled and make some chips back.

Then, in five minutes, Chabra doubled up Wong, then broke him with a ten when Wong’s nut draw paired a deuce. For third place, the former November Niner got 39,986 USD.

WSOP Final Table Appearances : Players Victory 

When heads-up play began, the bracelet appeared, the golden emblem of WSOP victory they’d won after battling through a record-breaking field. Chabra had a 2:1 chip lead and was pulling ahead despite pots being swapped. 

He had Bronshtein all in for his tournament life at one point, but following this important hand, his tournament hold crumbled as Broshtein first equaled, then overtook him in chips. Chabra got his turn winning an all-in position, but it was Bronshtein who came out on top.

The spirit of camaraderie that pervaded the whole tournament persisted all the way into the final. The rail was kept engaged by banter and high-level play, and the mood at the secondary feature Pkv Judi qq table was second to none.

“I’ve had a hard year,” Bronshtein remarked in an interview following his victory. “Okay, this is pretty nice. “The awful things that have occurred to me have strengthened me, and I’m really glad.” / Dy

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