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Asi Moshe Wins $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Event at World Series of Poker

Moshe Banks $582,321 At His Second Career WSOP Final Table

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One of the final $1,500 no-limit hold’em events on the 2014 World Series of Poker schedule attracted 2,396 entrants and created a total prize pool of $3,234,600.

After three days of action, it was 30-year-old Asi Moshe who finished with the title, the bracelet and the $582,321 first-place prize. This was Moshe’s second WSOP final table, after finishing in fifth place in a $1,500 event last year for $141,124.

“Maybe the best feeling of my life,” said Moshe. “One of the very few dreams that I really wanted to accomplish but didn’t think I really would, like going to the moon type of thing.”

Moshe’s victory was made even more impressive by the caliber of players he outlasted at the final table, such as Aaron Massey (3rd), Marc-Etienne McLaughlin (7th) and Tim West (8th).

Here is a look at the final table results.

Place Player Winnings POY Points
1 Asi Moshe $582,321 1,080
2 Michael Ferrer $361,207 900
3 Aaron Massey $255,209 720
4 David Jackson $183,498 540
5 Bobby Poe $133,686 450
6 Henrik Hecklen $98,687 360
7 Marc-Etienne McLaughlin $73,781 270
8 Tim West $55,861 180
9 Brian Kennedy $42,826 90

*Photo courtesy of the WSOP

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