Quinn Do Earns 2nd WSOP Bracelet with $10,000 Dealers Choice Win

Image result for wsopEarning multiple WSOP bracelets seems to be the name of the game in this year’s World Series of Poker. Quinn Do now joins a list of poker players who have earned multiple gold bracelets during the WSOP. Taking part in the $10,000 Dealers Choice event, Do has now earned 2 bracelets after outlasting the 108 players in the event.

The tournament had a prize poll of just over $1 million and saw top players competing in the event. Quinn Do was able to outlast the field of the best pros to earn the first place prize of $319,792, earning his second WSOP bracelet of his career. The first bracelet for Do came in 2005 when he won a Limit Hold’em event with a buy-in of $2,500.

Do commented that winning the bracelet this year was much better than the first as it was for Mixed Games, something that Do has worked on for some time. The pro spent ten years playing the games to be able to come to the WSOP and win the event, which was better for him and his game play.

The final table of the event consisted of six players, four of which are WSOP bracelet winners. Do would face a tough field including Adam Friedman, Jeff Madsen and Rep Porter. In the end, Quinn Do would defeat Rep Porter in the final round to earn the first place win.

The WSOP continue with the Day 1A of the Main Event having started just yesterday. With the Main Event, the series will conclude as the final table is chosen. The final table players will return in November to finish out the event to see who the big winner will be.

Final Results of the WSOP Dealer’s Choice Event:

First Place Quinn Do $319,792
Second Place Rep Porter $197,608
Third Place Jeff Madsen $129,651
Fourth Place Jake Abdalla $89,114
Fifth Place Adam Friedman $63,277
Sixth Place Jussi Nevanlinna $46,384