Justin Pechie gained his first World Series of Poker bracelet again in 2011, taking down the $1,500 restrict maintain’em shootout occasion for $167,060.
Now 11 years later, he has secured bracelet no. 2.
Pechie, in any other case often called “looshle” on-line, topped a discipline of 1,774 gamers within the $1,500 no-limit maintain’em freezeout occasion, banking $364,899 of the $2,368,290 total prize pool. It was the biggest rating of his profession.
“I haven’t really processed it,” Pechie admitted to WSOP reporters after the win. “I never really looked at the amounts or payouts. I just came in and played how I felt I should play, and now it’s kind of sinking in.”
— Justin Pechie (@looshle) June 19, 2022
The Connecticut poker professional was a top-ranked on-line participant in the course of the poker increase and located success on the reside match circuit with a runner-up end on the WSOP Circuit Championship for $260,736 and a third-place displaying in a WSOP $2,500 buy-in no-limit maintain’em occasion for an additional $206,207. He has 5 ultimate desk on the WSOP alone, together with the 2015 Millionaire Maker.
In complete, Pechie has cashed for greater than $1.8 million in reside occasions and nearly $2 million on-line.
77-year-old Card Player columnist Steve Zolotow took fifth place for his second ultimate desk of the sequence, having completed fourth within the $2,500 no-limit maintain’em freezeout as effectively. The two-time bracelet winner has put collectively fairly the run since returning to the reside felt in June of 2021, cashing for a mixed $850,000.
The ultimate desk additionally featured three Frenchman in seventh-place finisher Michel Leibgorin, third-place finisher Maxime Parys, and runner-up Samuel Bifarella. Two-time WSOP Circuit winner David Dibernardi took sixth, whereas bracelet winner Jeremy Wien busted in ninth.
Other notables who made a deep run included Landon Tice (twenty seventh), Martin Jacobson (thirtieth), Stefan Schillhabel (thirty sixth), Erkut Yilmaz (fortieth), Rafael Moraes (forty second), Kevin Schulz (forty fifth), and Card Player’s personal Barry Shulman (forty sixth).
Final Table Results
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