A women’s record gives Abraham her first bracelet

A women's record gives Abraham her first bracelet

From a deep deficit, Tamar Abraham won the WSOP 2023 Women’s Event Bracelet, which will go down in the festival’s history books.

In a record-breaking tournament, the Event #67 $1,000 Women’s Championship attracted 1,295 entrants and awarded the A total prize pool of $1,152,550 went to 195 players.

Abraham played well at the final table, taking over the lead and starting a heads-up 4-1 advantage that gave her the Championship title and prize money of $192,167.

“This is so surreal. Me.” I don’t even know what to say, I just can’t find the words. I’m thinking of having everyone over for dinner tonight. I just don’t know where it will be yet, but it would be great! ’ assured the newly crowned champion.

This is not the first time the American has competed in the event, as she finished 30th in both 2013 and 2018 and 45. 2021. However, according to The Hendon Mob, the latter’s earnings easily surpass her career total of $49,654 to date.

Meanwhile, Pamela Balzano tops Latino earning list. Eliminated in 25th place for $6,492. Maria Lampropoulos also acknowledged /strong>, Vivian Saliba and Paola Moreira.

Buy-in:$1,000Entry: 1,295 Pot: $1,152,550

Final Table

1° Tamar Abraham – $192,1672. Shiina Okamoto – $118,7683° Nam Nguyen – $85,7564° Susan Maraway – $62,6585° Mary Dworkin – $46,3336° Tara Kane – $34,6797° Chrysi Phiniotis—$26,2778° Jenny Wu – $20,1609° Christy Ogilvy – $15,66210. Laura Westfall – $12,324

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25° Pamela Balzano – $6,49236. Maria Lampropoulos – $4,52882. Vivian Saliba – $4,528189° Paula Moreira – $1,601

A women's record gives Abraham her first bracelet

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