Chase Bianchi Wins $1000 No Limit Holdem Tournament at the WSOP 2016

28 year old Chase Bianchi from Maryland has won the $1000 No Limit Holdem tournament at the 2016 WSOP. It’s his first gold bracelet and first final table as well. The tournament was played over three days. The tournament had an entry field of 2,242 which was much larger field than the previous year with 1,915 entries. Bianchi collects $316,920 for his work. The final table was a nail biting experience. He went in with a pair of eights against his opponent, Eric Silberman, who held a pair of tens. The board revealed queen, 6 and a five. The the final cards were 7 and 4 giving Bianchi a straight.
Top finishers for the event were:
Chris Bianchi $316,920
Eric Silberman $195,738
Roberto Romanello $142,926
Charles Carragher $105,308
Paul Nunez $78,301
James Alexander $58,758
Felix Morin-Dutil $44,503
Cameron Rezaie $34,024
Chris Leong $26,259.
Several November Niners were also in this event and cashed as well including Joshua Beckley, Steve Gee and Carlos Mortensen.
Marco Johnson Wins $3000 H.O.R.S.E. Tournament
Californian poker pro Marco Johnson has won his second gold bracelet and $259,730 in the $3000 WSOP 2016 H.O.R.S.E. Tournament. The three day event concluded at the Rio and gives Johnson the biggest cash of his poker career. The tournament had a total of 400 entries, up from last year’s 376. This marks his ninth WSOP final table and brings his career earnings to over $2,500,000.
The top finishers were:
Marco Johnson $259,730
Jared Talarico $160,522
Gerald Ringe $108,924
Todd Ickow $75,397
Glenn Engelbert $53,259
John Crisp $38,409
Toma Kalaj $28,291
Chino Rheem $21,294
This event also marked Phil Helmuth‘s latest cash and the most in the history of the WSOP.

Danny Le Wins $1500 Limit Holdem Tournament
A 49 year old businessman from California, Danny Le has won the $1500 Limit Holdem tournament at the WSOP. This is his second WSOP final table and third time in the money. He banked $188,815 for his efforts. This brings his total tournament earnings to around $250,000.
Other notable finishers include Ryan Laplante who has cashed seven times in the WSOP 2016. He won a gold bracelet earlier in the series.
The top finishers were:
Danny Le $188,815
Scott Farnsworth $116,663
Tyler Bonkowski $80,706
Dave Tobin $56,740
Dale Eberle $40,550
Dustin Bush $29,466
Andrew Beversdorf $21,778
Daniel Huseman $16,376
Esmeralda Villafuerte $12,532

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