Dao Bac made his second final table at the WSOP count with his first victory.
Bill Edler wins his first WSOP bracelet in the shorthanded hold 'em event.
55-year-old Ernest Bennett defeated the largest seniors event field in history.
Fred Goldberg, the tenth place finisher from last year's main event won his first bracelet in the $1,500 mixed hold 'em event.
Omaha high-low speciailist wins $5,000 event.
Alaskan poker pro Greg Hopkins wins Event 37
Entering the final table last in chips, Alan Smurfit battled all the way back to win.
Jeffrey Lisandro finally won his first bracelet in the $2,000 seven card stud event.
Eliminated in sixth place, Phil Hellmuth came up just short in his attempt to win his 12th bracelet.
German Katja Thater wins razz bracelet in fifth WSOP cash.
Ben Ponzio wins his first WSOP bracelet in the $2,000 no-limit hold 'em tournament.
After coming close in a previous final table, Scott Clements has won his second bracelet.
Eli Elezra defeated Scotty Nguyen for his first WSOP bracelet.
Erick Lindgren was looking for his first bracelet and Daniel Negreanu his fourth, but it was Don Baruch who emerged victorious in Event 21 of the WSOP.
Although Greg Raymer made his second final table at the WSOP, it was Ryan Hughes walking away with the bracelet.
Keiner outlasts Greenstein, Raymer in seven card stud event.