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Jason Koon wins WSOP Event #11

Jason Koon

This year’s World Series of Poker is in full swing. This means beginners, amateurs and pros alike come to the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino to take part in the global tournament. In this championship, you can get a gold bracelet, millions of players dream about it. The list of winners was recently updated to include Jason Koon.

The pro tried his best to win the gold bracelet but was never able to win. This year he took part in three competitions. And only in the competition at number 11, he won.

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The Heads-Up No-Limit Hold’em Championship is a $ 25K buy-in poker tournament format. The competition was attended by only 57 people, with Koon and Gabor Szabo meeting face to face before the first place was announced.

Jason Koon has already made his way to 2 final tables, but he never managed to become the winner and take the title with the bracelet. This time he didn’t want a repeat. Luckily, Koon won the WSOP and got his coveted gold bracelet.

In an interview, Koon said that he loves to come to such tournaments. This is excitement, adrenaline, and great pleasure. At the same time, the player admitted that he intends to constantly take part in WSOP tournaments.

Recall that this event was heads-up, so each player had to compete with each other, meeting face to face. As a result, the winner managed to beat Chris Brewer, then Nikolai Morris, Johannes Becker, Jake Daniels, and Henri Puustinen. And in the final tournament, he met with Sabo.

The Final

Everyone knew that the final would be hot, as professional players – Kun and Sabo would meet face to face. These two players took the lead several times in the final part of the tournament, but the leadership remained with Koon. In the final bout, both pros pushed all-in, Sabo had K-9 diamonds, and Kun had a J-7 offsuit.

The flop came J-6-5 with 8 diamonds on the turn and six hearts on the river. But this was not enough for Sabo, so he took second place, sending Kun straight to the first place, where his cherished gold bracelet was already waiting for him.

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