The World Series of Poker Main Event is in full swing on Day 1C, but there are still winners to celebrate from the preliminary events that wrapped up in the past few days. In this edition of Remko on the Rail we get you caught up with the four latest winners, as big names added some gold jewelry to their collecting.

No. 3 for Galfond

One of poker’s greatest talents and most successful cash gamers shows up for a few events per year, and he keeps his batting average high by notching up a few results every now and then. Just a few days ago, that man who goes by the name Phil Galfond, he took down the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Eight-or-Better event for a whopping $567,788.

Prior to cashing the $565 online Pot Limit Omaha event earlier during the WSOP, Galfond had not cashed an event since 2015 when he won a bracelet in the $10,000 2-7 Triple Draw Championship for $224,383.

Kornuth defeated a field of 480 entries and dealt with the likes of Noah Bronstein, Taylor Black and Justin Liberto at the final table. Playing under the handle ‘BingShui’, Kornuth raked in the 14th six-figure score of his live poker career, and his third largest result at the WSOP. Kornuth’s first bracelet win came in the 2010 $5,000 Pot Limit Omaha when he beat Kevin Boudreau heads up.

$3,200 NLHE Online High Roller Final Table Results
Name Country Payouts
1 Chance ‘BingShui’ Kornuth United States $341,598
2 David ‘bewater’ Goodman United States $212,021
3 Timothy ‘poker.’ Nuter United States $144,168
4 Noah ‘ThePunter’ Bronstein United States $99,809
5 Frank ‘flcrivello’ Crivello United States $70,625
6 Taylor ‘ReadyGambo’ Black United States $50,926
7 Justin ‘kingfortune’ Liberto United States $37,355
8 Jonas ‘LobyPewis’ Macoff Canada $28,016
9 Pete ‘petechen’ Chen Taiwan $21,596

Matsuzuki Denis Bohlman Second Bracelet Win of 2018

Scott Bohlman was one of the players with the most cashes at the World Series of Poker without a bracelet win, but he changed that by winning the $2,500 Big Bet Mix a few weeks ago. Bohlman almost added another win, but it was Dan Matsuzuki who beat him heads up in the $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Eight-or-Better Split event.

After winning the event, Matsuzuki told reporters how he entered the tournament as a “gamble” on Day 2, hoping for the variance to be in his favor. In what is just his sixth ever live tournament result, all of which were recorded at the WSOP, Matsuzukui took home by far and away the largest score of his career with $364,387.

$10,000 Stud Hi-Lo Eight-or-Better Championship Final Table Results
Name Country Payout
1 Dan Matsuzuki United States $364,387
2 Scott Bohlman United States $225,210
3 Ken Aldridge United States $154,648
4 Chris Vitch United States $108,739
5 Daham Wang United States $78,337
6 Jerry Wong United States $57,855
7 Bryce Yockey United States $43,833
8 Joseph Michael United States $34,089
Ryan Tosoc – now a WSOP and WPT winner.

WPT Champ Gets His Bracelet

Lastly, there’s another online bracelet winner to be celebrated. The $1,000 Online Championship drew a total of 1,635 entries, creating a prize pool of more than $1.5 million, with 180 places getting paid.

The winner of the tournament is one of the most under-the-radar players with two seven-figure scores in Ryan Tosoc. After finishing second in the 2016 WPT Five Diamond Classic for $1,124,051, he followed that up with a win in the exact same event this past December for $1,958,065. These two big scores put Tosoc on the map, and he added even more flair to his HendonMob profile by winning the $1,000 Online Championship bracelet for $238,779 last week.

$1,000 Online Championship Final Table Results
Name Country Prize
1 Ryan ‘Toosick’ Tosoc United States $238,778
2 Anthony ‘Flawlessbink’ Maio United States $175,206
3 Joel ‘AjaWilson22’ Feldman Australia $124,570
4 James ‘5.56cal.’ Robinson United States $89,777
5 Justin ‘lappypoker’ Lapka United States $65,391
6 Markus ‘thegreatrise’ Gonsalves United States $48,306
7 Russell ‘AntonChigurh’ Powers United States $36,190
8 Aurelian ‘Winamax’ Guiglini United States $27,337
9 Aditya ‘pokerpop76’ Sushant India $20,968

With the WSOP Main Event rapidly headed towards its later days heading into the weekend, there’s a ton of other events left to be played. In the overview down below you can see the other bracelet offerings at the WSOP, starting with another $1,500 No Limit Hold’em tournament tomorrow.

Remaining WSOP Bracelet Events
Dates Buy-in Event
July 05-07, 2018 $1,500 Event #66 No-Limit Hold’em
July 06-08, 2018 $1,500 Event #67 Pot-Limit Omaha Bounty
July 07-11, 2018 $1,000 Event #68 The Little One for One Drop
July 08-10, 2018 $3,000 Event #69 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Handed
July 09-12, 2018 $3,000 Event #70 Limit Hold’em 6-Handed
July 10-12, 2018 $5,000 Event #71 No-Limit Hold’em (Turbo)
July 10-12, 2018 $1,500 Event #72 Mixed NLHE/PLO 8-Max
July 11-12, 2018 $1,000 Event #73 DOUBLE STACK No-Limit Hold’em (Turbo)
July 11-13, 2018 $10,000 Event #74 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Handed Championship
July 12-15, 2018 $1,500 Event #75 The Closer NLHE  Turbo – $1 Million Guarantee
July 12-14, 2018 $3,000 Event #76 H.O.R.S.E.
July 13-14, 2018 $50,000 Event #77 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller
July 15-17, 2018 $1,000,000 Event #78: The Big One for One Drop

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