Viet Vo Claims WSOP Circuit Rio Las Vegas Main Event Title

A Main Event title evaded Viet Vo two or three time until the previous evening when he outlived 952 passages at Rio Las Vegas for $274,030 and a gold ring

Viet Vo entered an extreme last day of the WSOP Circuit Rio Las Vegas Main Event with previous WSOP gold wrist trinket victors and different time gold ring champs, yet remained courageous by the details, played his amusement and brought down the $1,700 purchase in competition.

Vo scooped his profession’s biggest money the previous evening and his second gold ring from the arrangement. The player gathered the best prize of $274,030 for bringing down the Main Event at Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. He developed triumphant over a field of 952 contestants, including various finished poker experts.

Through the span of his poker profession, Vo has verged on winning a WSOP Circuit Main Event title a few times. Notwithstanding, that title has continued evading him until the previous evening. The player disclosed to WSOP Circuit staff after his triumph that it felt great to “at long last close it out.”

Before stopping his day by day work and devoting his full focus to poker, Vo had played only for the sake of entertainment consistently after work. He discovered that he was great at the diversion and chose to end up a full-time player four years prior when he completed second in a WSOP Circuit Main Event in Chicago. He never lamented his choice.

A Tough Day

The last day of the competition commenced with 23 survivors coming back to the host clubhouse on Tuesday. The hopefuls were driven by one-time WSOP Circuit Main Event champ Jared Jaffee. The player kept his energy for most of the day, however in the long run busted in seventh spot.

Vo did not have the best beginning of the day and despite the fact that he made it to the official last table, things got extremely distressing for him amid that phase of the amusement. The player endure right down to three-gave play. The last three players struggled it out for four dimensions before somebody hit the rail. Also, Vo was the short stack for most of those four dimensions.

In the long run, he ended up being one of the last two survivors, the other one being Sohale Khalili. The two-gave match started with the inevitable victor being the short stack. In any case, a key hand that saw Khalili’s eights brimming with fives keep running into Vo’s eights loaded with sixes changed the course of the diversion until the end of time.

Vo multiplied through his adversary, abandoning him down to only 14 major blinds. The prospective hero never thought once again starting there on. On what ended up being the last submit play, Vo pushed and Khalili required his last 3.1 million.

Khalili postponed [Ah][10s] to Vo’s [Jd][10h]. The board ran out [Js][8c][6c][4h][Jc] to end Khalili’s run. The player gathered $169,497 for his sprinter up completion. With respect to Vo, beside his second gold ring and the primary spot prize, the player likewise verified a seat into the season-finishing Global Casino Championship.