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UK & Ireland 2013 WSOP Results: Events 57-61

UK & Ireland 2013 WSOP Results: Events 57-61 0001

The 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event is now in full swing and that means all other events are complete. This article takes a look at the results from Event 57 through to 61.

57Matt Perrins1$792,275
57Sam Trickett31$20,450
58Gordon Huntly10$42,675
58Scott O’Reilly16$26,324
58Roberto Romanello21$20,931
58Andrew Hills80$6,163
58Liv Boeree107$3,723
58Charlie Combes164$3,167
58Simon Higgins172$3,167
58Andrew Hulme196$3,167
58Rupom Pal209$3,167
58Jonathan Beck216$3,167
58Gary Fisher260$2,739
58David Field279$2,739
58Keith Johnson300$2,354
58Charles Chattha340$2,354
58Stephen Chidwick343$2,354
58Alexander Schechter371$2,054
58Oliver Price377$2,054
58Michael Farrelly415$2,054
58Niall Farrell481$1,797
60Daniel Cascado6$104,282
60Cormac O’Higgins10$35,023
60Lee Taylor55$8,027
60Adrian Passfield92$4,356
60Noel Hayes110$3,841
60Rupert Elder125$3,841
60Stephen Mehta126$3,841
60Philip Rigby130$3,841
60Neville Darrell131$3,841
60Jason Berry134$3,841
60Daniel Coles161$3,430
60Ian Woodley230$2,778
60Graeme Ladd254$2,778
60John England256$2,778
61Rory Rees Brennan8$88,061
61Mark Davis27$21,081
61Rickie Vedhara28$21,081
61Stephen Chidwick32$21,081

Obviously, the standout performance was that of Matt Perrins, who took down the $5,000 buy-in No Limit Hold’em event for almost $800,000 and his second WSOP bracelet. Perrins’ cash haul only surpassed by that massive win of Matthew Ashton’s last week in the $50,000 buy-in Poker Players’ Championship.

There were also a few near misses in the final few tournaments prior to the Main Event. Scotland’s Gordon Huntly crashed out on the final table bubble of The Little One for One Drop, while Cormac O’Higgins finished in 10th place in Event #60. Rory Rees Brennan managed to reach the final table of Event #61, but busted in eighth.

Keep your browsers locked to UK & Ireland PokerNews for our full coverage of the 2013 WSOP Main Event where we believe a Brit or Irishman (or woman) could go all the way this year. Wouldn’t that be amazing?

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