It's the event that everyone wants to win in their professional poker career - the World Series of Poker bracelet event. But which big names haven't won a WSOP bracelet? There are some big names yet to grab gold, and you might be surprised at who has missed out over the
Christoph Vogelsang was all-in and at risk with [6h6d] and Ali Imsirovic was his would-be conqueror with [Ks7h]. The flop of [7c2d7d] saw the Bosnian take the lead in dramatic fashion, as he flopped trips. The [2s] turn confirmed we were donw to heads-up, the inconsequential [Qs] on the river landing as
Christoph Vogelsang had around 15 big blinds to his name when he moved all-in with [KhJs] from the button for 380,000. Cary Katz made the fold with [Ad9h] and Ali Imsirovic tossed away [7x6x], too. Just a couple of hands later, Vogelsang moved all-in with [AcQd] and took it down unchallenged. Next, Katz
Stephen Chidwick was all-in with [Kd8s] against Cary Katz's [9d3s]. The board of [Ad8c5hAsKh] doubled Chidwick up to just 85,000. Next, Chidwick moved all-in on the flop of [7s4dJd] with [7d5s] and was called by Imsirovic with [7d6h] and Cary Katz with [KhQc]. Katz and Imsirovic checked the [9s] turn, but Katz didn't
Stephen Chidwick called with [AsQh] and Ali Imsirovic shoved all-in with [TcTd] for 615,000. Chidwick made the call with just 55,000 more behind. The board of [4d7cTs5d8h] saw Imsirovic double to 1.3m and the near-faultless Chidwick slip to just over one big blind. It's tough timing for Chidwick, as players now go
Cary Katz called, Chidwick raised and Katz moved all-in for 615,000 with [6c6s]. Chidwick called it off ith [AhKd]. The board of [Td9hTh6d4d] saw Katz fill up on the turn to move into the chip lead!