(28.10.2019) Kahle Burns wins his first WSOP title.

28.10.2019
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Australian high roller Kahle Burns has added the most coveted prize to his already outstanding poker resume. Burns was the finalist at the WSOPE Event #8 €25,500 Platinum High Roller Final Table at King’s Resort, for which he received €596,883 and a WSOP bracelet. WSOP Main Event 2019 champion Hossein Ansan was close to winning second this year, but failed in third place. In the heads-up, Kahle Burns played against Sam Trickett, who finished second in the WSOP for the third time in his career.

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“Yeah, it was sort of smooth sailing: a very fast final table. I was lucky to come in with the chip lead and sort of didn’t have any all-ins myself. Other people knocked themselves out and there was one hand against Sam [Trickett] where I sort of jammed light and both woke up with hands. That changed things a bit, but everything went fast and smooth, no complaints.”

Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize (EUR) Prize (USD)
1 Kahle Burns Australia €596,883 $644,410
2 Sam Trickett United Kingdom €368,899 $410,637
3 Hossein Ensan Germany €251,837 $280,331
4 Hakim Zoufri Netherlands €177,062 $197,090
5 Timothy Adams Canada €128,326 $142,841
6 Alex Foxen United States €95,962 $106,822
7 Anton Morgenstern Germany €74,117 $82,505
8 Robert Campbell Australia €59,189 $65,896
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