At WSOP 2023 this Sunday night, an interesting matchup between Doug Polk and Chanracy Khun culminated in the It fell into the hands of the Canadian who managed to become the champion and win the precious gold bracelet.
One of the recent Horseshoe and Paris winners in Vegas entered the famous Event #8: $25,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold’em Tournament, with 64 entrants in, which is the allowed odds overrun, and players are waiting to reveal the $1,504,000 prize pool.
Follow this As is customary for this event, many outstanding players took to the table, including Phil Ivey returning to the WSOP. But after a few days, Khun defeated all opponents and won his first bracelet, worth US$507,020 hands.
For this title, he will have to defeat Polk, an outstanding heads-up player who recently announced his re-retirement from professional poker, albeit returning specifically for this tournament . In fact, the much-discussed Doug came very close to winning the title, as he dominated the heads-up fights throughout the tournament, but a few hands reversed, leaving him in second place for $313,362.
VIDEO | Tournament Final Hand
Chanracy Khun (@ChanMix123) is the winner of @WSOP Event #8: $25K Heads-Up Championship!
Khun Er made the right decision at the right time to give @DougPolkVids a limp and win for $507,020 and his first bracelet.
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— PokerGO (@PokerGO) June 5, 2023.
“Chanracy Khun (@ChanMix123 ) is the @WSOP Event #8 $25K Heads Up winner.
Khun made the right decision at the right time, limped around @DougPolkVids and went solo to victory $507,020 and his first bracelet Participant:64Pot:$1,504,000.
1° Chanracy Khun – $507,020 2° Doug Polk – $313,362 3° Chris Brewer – $192,513 4° Sean Winter – US $192,513 5.Roberto Perez – $74,648 6. Anthony Zinno – $74,648 7. Landon Tice – $74,648 8. Eric Wasserson – $74,648