Elsby Takes Wsop Event 19

WSOP bracelet still eludes a determined Nassif

Arizona poker professional Matt Elsby (38) bested a field of 319 players in the $3000 buy-in Six Handed Limit Hold'em Event 19, winning his first career WSOP gold bracelet and $230799.
Elsby defeated French pro Gabriel Nassif who has been a fixture at the WSOP each year since 2005, but his first gold bracelet remains elusive. Nassif has had 31 career cashes pocketing $142631 this time round.
Other finishers on the main table were:
3 David J. Tobin $92582
4 Joseph Thomas $61892
5 Alex Kuzmin $42515
6 Haran Sapmaz $29975
7 Brian Hastings $21684

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