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Brian Hastings Wins $10K Heads-Up Event at WSOP

Snags First Bracelet and $370K

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Brian HastingsOn Thursday, cash game pro Brian Hastings won the $10,000 heads-up event at the 2012 World Series of Poker. Hastings took $371,498 after beating out a field of 152.

The 23-year-old outlasted another young poker pro in Jason Mo in the final match.

Bracelet-winner Brock Parker made a deep run, picking up enough Player of the Year points to break the top 70.

The tournament also saw the debut of Viktor Blom, who made an early exit in round two.

Here’s a look at the final eight results:

Finish Player Name Prize POY Points
1 Brian Hastings $371,498 720
2 Jason Mo $229,722 600
3 Brock Parker $130,606 420
4 Tommy Chen $130,606 420
5 Chris Moore $56,380 210
6 Jeffrey Gross $56,380 210
7 Andrew Robl $56,380 210
8 Michael Drummond $56,380 210

For complete coverage of the summer poker festival, check out our WSOP landing page.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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