By Pocket Bullets Paris
The action keeps getting heavier and heavier at the 45th Annual World Series of Poker. It continues to get more and more difficult to rake in all the poker chips on the table and walk away with the title of WSOP Champion, the gold bracelet and the purse that goes along with that title.
Since our last post only two more bracelets have been won, only two more events have concluded and neither of them was a cake-walk.
Jordan Morgan emerged victorious in Event #44 after an exhausting battle with Evan McNiff. Morgan pocketed the top prize of $478,102, and his first WSOP gold bracelet while McNiff walked away with his bracelet dreams shattered but $295,727 richer.
Will Givens took over Event #45 after playing 176 hands through six levels of play. He walked away with $306,634 and his first golden bracelet. Givens barely dodged a flush-draw to defeat Angela Prada-Moed heads-up giving her a career-high payday of $189,632 and the thrill of having reached her second final table.
The action will continue later today and we expect that the excitement will continue to mount.