Full Tilt Poker Red Pro Jose-Luis Velador has just grabbed a second career WSOP bracelet, after winning Event 33: $2,500 pot-limit hold’em/Omaha.
Velador crushed a field of 482 players to pick up the first place prize worth $260,517 and further strengthen his position at the top of the Mexico All-Time Money List. He got his first WSOP bracelet back in 2008 at the $1.5K No-Limit Hold ‘em event, but knew he had a rough time ahead if he was to do again his success at this year’s competition.
Seated at the $2,500 pot-limit hold’em/Omaha final table was an alarming line-up of pros, which included Rob Hollink, Craig Gray, Kevin MacPhee, David Chiu, Gavin Cochrane, Victor Ramdin, James Mitchell, and Matt Sterling.
After Craig Gray was removed in 4th ($85,030), the three remaining finalists had a total of six career WSOP bracelets among them and after Jose-Luis Velador took Rob Hollink out in 3rd ($116,359), he then faced the dreadful challenge of taking on 4 times WSOP winner David Chiu in a heads-up battle for crucial poker glory.
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