(17.07.2019) Carl Shaw is winner of Event #89: $5 000 No-Limit Hold’em. Phil Hellmuth took 6th place.

Carl Shaw

Carl Shaw

Carl Shaw won his first gold WSOP bracelet in the NL Hold’em tournament with a $ 5000 buy-in. The tournament was attended by 608 players, and the prize fund was $ 2,827,200. For his victory, Carl Shaw received $ 606,562, this is his biggest cash prize in his poker career. In heads-up Carl Shaw played against Tony Dunst, who received $ 374,886. Phil Hellmuth also played at the final table and he is took 6th place.

Shaw said he used the departure from the Main Event as a motivation for the next tournament on his schedule. “To be honest, I was a little disappointed with the departure from the Main Event. It made me more hungry for victories. I’ll be back for new bracelets. ”

Final table results:

Place Player Country Prize
1 Carl Shaw United Kingdom $606,562
2 Tony Dunst United States $374,886
3 Luke Graham United States $259,533
4 Jordan Cristos United States $182,575
5 Lars Kamphues Germany $130,544
6 Phil Hellmuth United States $97,899
7 Rami Mornel United States $70,156
8 Caufman Talley United States $52,760
9 Kevin Eyster United States $40,374

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