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Bryn Kenney Wins World Series of Poker $1,500 10-Game Mix Event

Kenney Earns First Career Gold Bracelet

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The $1,500 10-game mix event at the 2014 World Series of Poker drew 445 entries, creating a total prize pool of $600,750. After three days of action, it was high-stakes tournament regular Bryn Kenney who came out on top, earning his first career gold bracelet and the $153,220 payday.

This was the New York pro’s fourth cash and third final table of the summer, after previously finishing fourth in the $5,000 six-max no-limit hold’em event and fifth in the $1,500 seven card stud event. He now has over $3.5 million in career tournament earnings.

“It feels great," he said. "I would have been really upset if I didn’t take this tournament home. I’m happy I could win it for me, my family, and all my friends.”

The final table featured notables Jan Suchanek (2nd), Andrey Zaichenko (5th) and bracelet winner Randy Ohel (6th). Other recognizable names to make a deep run included Allen Cunningham (13th), Brett Jungblut (15th), Marcel Luske (19th), Brandon Shack-Harris (21st), Victor Ramdin (23rd) and Justin Bonomo (24th).

Here is a look at the final table results.

Place Player Winnings POY Points
1 Bryn Kenney $153,220 720
2 Jan Suchanek $94,618 600
3 Fabio Coppola $61,396 480
4 Daniel Zack $40,550 360
5 Andrey Zaichenko $27,033 300
6 Randy Ohel $18,923 240

*Photo courtesy of the WSOP

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