Danzer, Heimiller Win Bracelets; Galfond Goes for Second

George Danzer would also win the bracelet for being the Best Hipster at the 2014 WSOP.

George Danzer would also win the bracelet for being the Best Hipster at the 2014 WSOP.

This is shaping up as a really exciting WSOP. Record numbers, big names have made runs at bracelets, final tables have been stacked. Here’s the latest…

:: Event #17 ($1,000 NLH Seniors) – Dan Heimiller defeated this record-breaking field of 4,425 to capture his second bracelet. For the win, he banked his largest circuit payday of $627,462. Heimiller overcame a final table that included two-time WSOP Main Event champ Dennis Phillips. DP, who finished second in this event in 2012, bowed out in fifth for $153,883. Get a full recap here.

:: Event #18 ($10,000 Razz) – Germany’s George Danzer, he of the awesome hair (above), captured this event, claiming his first bracelet and $294,792. This was Danzer’s second final table of the 2014 WSOP, having come in fifth in Event #5. The big story coming into the start of the day with this was Daniel Negreanu making another run at bracelet #7, but he was knocked out in tenth for $28,878. Get full results here

:: Event #19 ($1,500 NLH) – They’re down to 12 from a 2,086 starting field. John Hennigan remains, going for bracelet #3. Fairly friends and family after that. Get full chip counts here.

:: Event #20 ($3,000 NLH Shoot-Out) – Down to the final table, with first paying $254,891. In contention are Phil Galfond (going for bracelet #2) and Chris Bell (same). See the full final table here.

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