STEINBERG TAKES WSOP EVENT 33
20th June, 2012 at 05:43:38Source: http://www.bluffed.net
Second time does the trick...
Overcoming a field of 2 795 in the World Series of Poker $1000 no-limit hold'em event 33, Max Steinberg (23) emerged victorious winning his first gold bracelet and $440 238.
The professional poker player hailing from Fairfield, Iowa who placed second in the same event in WSOP 2010 said: It feels really, really good. I got second two years ago, and I really wanted that bracelet. It just felt good to play really well at the final table, and get it in good and win, feeling like I was the best player there.
Steinberg bested Samuel Gerber in the head's up, breaking the $1 million mark in career tournament earnings. I felt really comfortable, even in the heads up. Someone asked me if I felt extra pressure because I had gotten second before, and it was actually the opposite, I felt no pressure at all, he said.
Event 33 final table payouts finished up:
1 Max Steinberg $440 238
2 Samuel Gerber $273 385
3 Matt Stout $192 813
4 Dylan Hortin $139 258
5 Joseph Marzicola $101 802
6 David Nicholson $75 314
7 Ryan Laplante $56 372
8 Vitaly Meshcheriakov $42 688
9 Christopher Shaw $32 702
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