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|Media de puntos||5,000|
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Sam Greenwood (pictured) 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.
“I won most of my preflop all ins and didn't step on any landmines,” he said. “I made some hands and got paid off when I did.”
Greenwood defeated Cole Jackson heads up. It's not often you don't have a sweat in poker, but Greenwood managed to take the bracelet with a cinch hand after he called a min-raise to 160,000 and then checked a flop. Jackson bet 150,000, and Greenwood raised to 400,000. Jackson called, and Greenwood bet 575,000 on the turn. Jackson shipped it, and Greenwood snapped it off with . That was it, as Jackson was dead with the .
Others making the final day included John Myung (5th - $71,904), Stephen Chidwick (14th - $14,391), Lisa Hamilton (15th - $14,391), Ryan Tepen (17th - $11,495), Nacho Barbero (18th - $11,495), and Paul Darden (19th - $9,306).
“It's great,” Greenwood said of being the first Canadian winner this year. “As someone who doesn't necessarily like standing around for the anthems, I like the fact that I'm the one Canadian to get the anthem.”
Event #22 Final Table Results
|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|
By the time the event's 21st level was through Canadian Jay Dragland grabbed the overnight lead on close to one million in chips, but the final 22 is littered with notables. These include 2009 WSOP $1,000 Ladies No-Limit Hold'em World Championship winner Lisa Hamilton, WSOP bracelet winner Paul Darden, multiple PokerStars Latin-American Poker Tour title holder Nacho Barbero and nine-time WSOP final table participant Stephen Chidwick.
Play will resume at 1 p.m. local time on Thursday with plans to play down to a winner or through 10 more levels.
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