Anson Tsang adds to his pro poker career wins with his third WSOP gold bracelet. He won the €2,000 buy-in pot-limit Omaha event at the 2022 World Series of Poker Europe. Also, he brought home $95,461 for the win.
Since he won his first WSOP event in 2018, Tsang has won a bracelet every other year. That same year, he won this same event at the WSOPE. Tsang beat out 187 other players to win $105,489. In 2020, he won a $500 buy-in no-limit hold ’em event at the WSOP Online festival. That added $150,460 to the money Tsang had already made. He has made more than $1 million from his work so far.
According to casino software reports, Tsang won the title and the money and got 384 Card Player Player of the Year points. That was the first point that put him in the running for POY.
Third WSOP Gold Bracelet
At the King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, 15 gold-bracelet tournaments were going on simultaneously. The top 34 finishers got paid, including well-known players like Roland Israelashvili, Felipe Ramos, Joni Jouhkimainen, and Norbert Szecsi, who have won three bracelets.
Jorryt van Hoof came in third place at the 2014 WSOP main event, but he only won $7,168 because Shawn Stroke’s straight-on-the-flop beat his pocket aces. Pavel Izotov (8th, $8,893) soon joined him when his pocket queens lost to Farid Jattin’s pocket aces. If there are casinos in Georgia, they can also hold poker events and tournaments to earn more revenue.
Even though he had already won a round, Jattin was the next to lose. During seven-handed play, the Colombian doubled up several players, which caused him to fall down the leaderboard. In the end, he lost his last all-in bet to Tsang, which cost him $7,368 and put him in seventh place. That was Jattin’s 10th time making it to the tournament’s final table this year. Because of how consistent he has been, he has moved up to 9th place in the Global Poker 2022 POY race standings based on sportsbook pay per head sources.