Pennsylvania poker pro Joe McKeehen won the World Series of Poker (WSOP) – he topped a field of 6,420 players to earn his first career bracelet and the $7,683,346 first-place prize.
McKeehen won with an ace-10 and got lucky when the community cards revealed a second ten, ensuring his victory in a face-off with Joshua Beckley of New Jersey who went all in with a pair of fours.Watch movie online Logan (2017)
World Series of Poker tournament events began in May and continued for 51 days with 68 events, culminating with the annual main event. It’s a grueling multiday poker marathon that whittled down the competition from 6,420 entries at $10,000 each to nine players, all already guaranteed at least $1 million each.
Here’s a look at the final table results.
|5||Ofer Zvi Stern||$1,911,423|