Harrison and Fuhs win bracelets, Hastings and Mizrachi fall short

Corey Harrison. Picture: WSOP.com.
Brian Hastings takes 4th place in the WSOP Event #25.

Event #24 - $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em

36-year-old college professor from Alabama, Corey Harrison, ended up taking down the $1,500 buy-in No Limit Hold'em WSOP event #24 after he outlasted Daniel Cascado in heads-up play.

The heads-up lasted quite long, nearly two hours, and in the final hand of the tournament Harrison opened to 250,000 from the button, Cascado moved all in from the big blind and Harrison called.

Harrison revealed:
Cascado revealed:

The flop came A-J-4 with two spades, giving a big lead to Harrison with his top pair and a flush draw. Harrison's hand held and he had won his first-ever WSOP gold bracelet.

In addition to the bracelet, Harrison received $432,411 for his win.

WSOP Event #24 final results (NLHE, buy-in $1,500, 1,731 players):

1.    Corey Harrison    $432,411
2.    Daniel Cascado    $267,452
3.    Salvatore Dicarlo    $184,914
4.    Paul Spitzberg    $133,364
5.    Gregory Josifovski    $97,493
6.    Mohsin Charania    $72,208
7.    Zimnan Ziyard    $54,191
8.    Gareth Teatum    $41,198
9.    Robert Brewer    $31,711

Event #25 - $5,000 Omaha Hi-Low 8-or-Better

Event #25 final table featured players like Brian Hastings and Robert Mizrachi, who both own already one WSOP-bracelet. Hastings won his bracelet last year ($10,000 buy-in heads-up tournament) and Mizrachi won his bracelet in 2007 ($10,000 World Championship Pot Limit Omaha).

However, neither of them couldn't seal the deal. Mizrachi eliminated Hastings in 4th place ($96,268) and soon after that he was eliminated in 3rd place ($128,074).

After Mizrachi's elimination, Danny Fuhs and Christopher George started their heads-up play for the title. Fuhs managed to outlast George and took down his first WSOP gold bracelet and $277,519.

WSOP Event #25 final results (Omaha Hi-Low 8-or-Better, buy-in $5,000, 241 players):

1. Danny Fuhs $277,519
2. Christopher George $171,536
3. Robert Mizrachi $128,074
4. Brian Hastings     $96,268
5. Viacheslav Zhukov $72,809
6. Arthur Kargen $55,423
7. Jeff Lisandro $42,442
8. Ryan Lenaghan $32,712
9. Bart Hanson $25,301

Further updates from today's other WSOP events will be published later in the day!


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