Eli Elezra defeated a field of 285 entries in the 2019 World Series of Poker $1,500 seven-card stud event. For the first place he received $93,766 top prize and winning his fourth bracelet. In the final heads-up, he was opposed by Anthony Zino, who received $ 57,951. Most of the time, Elezra and Zino played with huge stacks, while everyone else had ultrashort stacks.
“When we went to Cabo, I told my buddies, I’m gonna win a bracelet this year and I’m gonna win it in stud,” Elezra proclaimed.
|1||Eli Elezra||United States||$93,766|
|2||Anthony Zinno||United States||$57,951|
|3||Valentin Vornicu||United States||$39,830|
|4||Phongthep Thiptinnakon||United States||$27,993|
|5||Rep Porter||United States||$19,996|
|6||David Singer||United States||$14,619|
|7||Joshua Mountain||United States||$10,920|
|8||Scott Seiver||United States||$8,337|