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sabato 15 giugno 2019

Boukai wins second WSOP bracelet

Rami Boukai won the $1,500 Eight-Game Mix, taking home $177,294 and his second World Series of Poker gold bracelet. He topped a field of 612 players to claim the bracelet, his first since 2009. Boukai had his eye on the top prize. “It’s a $170,000, so yeah it’s a big deal,” Boukai said after the win. The win puts him at $725,376 in total WSOP earnings on 19 cashes. This was his fifth final table and he has two wins, plus a third-, a sixth- and a ninth-place finish. He defeated John Evans heads up to win the title and the first-place prize. Both players returned today, but the extra rest didn’t seem to matter to Boukai. “I don’t sleep too well in this city, I just didn’t want to f*** things up, I had a big chip lead. It was as good of a spot as I could see myself in.” Boukai says he’s been playing mixed games for about 10 years and plans on playing about 10 more tournaments in this year’s WSOP.


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