Brock Parker won a second bracelet at the 2009 World Series of Poker. This was done in the Poker $2,500 No-Limit Hold’em Six Handed event. His previous bracelet was won the same way. Other players present included Daniel Negreanu and James Van Alstyne, their second time at the final and Erik Seidel first time.
In event 15, which is the Poker $5,000 No-Limit Hold’em Event; Brian Lemke won. He received his first bracelet for such. He beat out Fabian Quoss for this. Quoss strategy did to hold up when he went all-in preflop and Lemke made the call. There were variations during the game and they both exchanged the lead but in the end $692,658 was won by Lemke and $427,912 for second-place finish to Quoss.
In event 16, the Poker $1,500 Seven Card Stud game; Jeffrey Lisandro won his second career bracelet. This game was very interesting, based on the different plays from both Jeffrey Lisandro and Rod Pardey. Jeffrey Lisandro won $124,959 for his antics and Rod Pardey as the runner up received $77,230.
Event 17 was for the ladies, this was the $1,000 Ladies No-Limit Hold’em World Championship. This Poker
game involved Lisa Hamilton and Lori Bender. After beating out 1,059 players, Lisa Hamilton was successful and got her first career bracelet. She did this after playing in first major live Poker tournament.
In the final moments of the Poker game Lori Bender reraised all-in on a J-8-3-4 board, after reviewing the options she had Lisa Hamilton made a call. Bender showed her hand, which was hiding a 9-8 for a pair of eights. Hamilton on the other hand, had bender beat and had a queen-8. Both received nice prices $195,390 for Hamilton and $120,575 for Bender’s second place.
Event 18 was the Poker $10,000 World Championship Omaha 8 or Better game. This was played by Negreanu, Scott Clements and Annie Duke. This game proved beneficial to the strategies of winner Daniel Alaei who beat out Clements. The $2,500 No-Limit Hold’em Six Handed was Event 19. This was won by Brock Parker who played more than 1000 participants to be victorious. It was his second win in that week and a second gold bracelet.
Poker Event 20, which was the $1,500 Pot-Limit Hold’em; this was won by Kelly who received his first career bracelet and $194,434. The Poker game was played by Erik Seidel, J.P. Kelly and Marc Tschirch. Marc Tschirch was the runner up and took home $120,102. The Poker $3,000 H.O.R.S.E. was the 21st event. Fellows received $311,899 for winning this matchup and got his first career gold bracelet. $192,866 went to Van Alstyne for being the runner up. It was James Van Alstyne second time at the finals table of this World Series.
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