One of the best things about the WSOP is that it provides the opportunity to view different profiles of players who have won bracelets. This time, the winner was Braxton Dunaway, a 40-year-old family man who works in the oil and gas industry.
Event #39 US$1,500 Monster Stack is one of the busiest tournaments of the 2023 edition with 8,317 entries and a $11,103,195 prize pool. A total of 1,248 players were paid out, starting with a minimum payout of $2,401.
Spent five long days at the Horseshoe and Paris tables in Las Vegas, but in the end the best of them both won $1,162,681 and landed In the hands of Dunaway, he did not hesitate to call his wife and children to share the news with them.
“My family is playing in the Collegiate World Series. Baseball. My son is playing there. He won.” Today is the first two games, and five games are guaranteed. I’ll be there, we’ll watch some games and have a holiday, but I’ll definitely be back for the main event, that’s the plan. said the champion.
“I have been away for so long, I have to go home, do my laundry, and sleep in my own bed. “I still can’t believe it. It’s amazing. I told my wife and she said, ‘You must be joking.'”
Before winning, Dunaway had $333,318 in tournament earnings, according to The Hendon Mob. His biggest fair cash came in the WSOP 2022 Main Event, when he finished 142nd for $62,500.
Latin Armada managed to honor over 40 delegates, with Marcos Exterkotter being the best of the bunch, finishing 18th for $45,900. This exhaustive list also includes other notables from the region such as Julián Pineda, Ezequiel Waigel and Joaquín Melogno.