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David Miscikowski Wins $5,000 World Series of Poker No-Limit Hold'em Event

Miscikowski Banks $719,707 and First Gold Bracelet

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The $5,000 buy-in no-limit hold’em event at the 2014 World Series of Poker attracted 696 entrants and created a total prize pool of $3,271,200. The field was so large that an unscheduled fourth day of action was necessary to determine a winner.

After all was said and done, David Miscikowski emerged with the victory, his first gold WSOP bracelet and a massive payday of $719,707. The 28-year-old online grinder hasn’t had much success in the live arena, but all of that changed Saturday night.

“It feels great,” Miscikowski said. “This is one of the biggest sweats I’ve ever had. It feels nice to come through.”

Miscikowski overcame a 4-1 chip deficit during heads-up play against Hungarian bracelet winner Norbert Szecsi. Other notables at the final table included Blake Bohn (9th), John Dolan (8th), Jean Gaspard (7th), Kevin MacPhee (6th) and Manig Loeser (3rd).

Other notables to make a deep run in the event included Josh Arieah (12th), Jason Koon (13th), Jeremy Kottler (15th) and Tony Gargano (16th).

Here is a look at the final table results.

Place Player Winnings POY Points
1 David Miscikowski $719,707 1,680
2 Norbert Szecsi $444,425 1,400
3 Manig Loeser $288,912 1120
4 Margareta Morris $212,202 840
5 Oliver Price $158,064 700
6 Kevin MacPhee $119,267 560
7 Jean Gaspard $91,037 420
8 John Dolan $70,265 280
9 Blake Bohn $54,792 140

*Photo courtesy of the WSOP

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