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Poker Hands

WSOP 1976 Final Hand

Doyle Brunson 10-Spades 2-Spades versus Jesse Alto A-Spades J-Hearts

The WSOP 1976 final hand, Doyle Brunson held {10-Spades} {2-Spades} against Jesse Alto's {A-Spades} {J-Hearts}. Alto raised, and Brunson called.

The flop came {A-Hearts} {J-Spades} {10-Hearts} – two pair for Alto and one for Brunson. Alto bet the pot and Doyle moved all-in with his pair of T's. Alto called.

The turn brought the {2-Clubs}, giving Brunson two pair but he was still a serious underdog to Alto's hand. Doyle needed another T or a deuce.

The {10-Diamonds} hit on the river, giving Doyle Brunson a full house, the title of World Champion and $220.000 in prize money.

WSOP 1973 Final Hand

Johnny Moss K-Hearts J-Spades versus Puggy Pearson A-Spades 7-Spades

At 1973 WSOP, Johnny Moss held {K-Hearts} {J-Spades} and Puggy Pearson had {A-Spades} {7-Spades}. Both players went all in preflop. The flop came with  {2-Clubs}{9-Spades}{Q-Spades}. Turn showed {5-Hearts} and river brought {6-Diamonds}. Puggy Pearson become the world champ to win first such a huge price in a poker tournament in history.

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