George Danzer Leads the WSOP Player of the Year Race After Winning His Second Bracelet Today

Posted 11 days 3 hours ago by PokerNetwork Staff

German pro George Danzer made World Series of Poker history today by winning his second gold bracelet in as many weeks. Danzer bested a field of 134 runners to take down the title in Event #38: $10,000 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Low Championship

Place Player Prize
1 George Danzer $352,696
2 John Racener $217,935
3 Calvin Anderson $136,490
4 Brian Hastings $98,828
5 Jeff Lisandro $77,238
6 Chris George $61,594
7 David Singer $50,018

It's been an incredible summer for the German Pro. At the end of May he kicked off his 2014 World Series of Poker by placing fifth in Event #5: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball for $70,308, and then a week later he won his first gold bracelet and $294,792 in prize money in the Event #18: $10,000 Seven-Card Razz Championship.

Toss in two more cashes, and Danzer jumped out to an early lead in the 2014 WSOP Player of the Year race with 456.20 points, which of course he’ll add to thanks to this win.

Place Player 2014 POY Points
1 George Danzer 456.20
2 Justin Bonomo 413.63
3 Brock Parker 406.25
4 Calvin Anderson 390.20
5 Brandon Shack-Harris 389.00
6 Richard Ashby 342.45
7 Jonathan Dimmig 323.00
8 Joe Cada 315.00
9 JC Tran 314.10

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