When Event #38: $10,000 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Low Championship ended, George Danzer was sporting his second 2014 World Series of Poker gold bracelet.
Some of the best poker players in the world were part of the 134 in the field that ponied up the $10,000 buy-in and built a prizepool of $1,259,600. The final day brought 13 back to fight it out for the number one spot, the gold bracelet, and $352,696!
When heads-up play started, George Danzer had a big chip lead over 2010 WSOP Main Event runner-up John Racener. On the final hand of the tournament, John Racener completed with the and George Danzer raised with the . Racener raised, Danzer raised, and Racener was all-in for 275,000. The final strains of the dance started moving into poker history as the dealer tapped, burned, and dealt.
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Racener had a pair of queens when the dance stopped and Danzer was able to end Racener's run for the title with kings.
Danzer has had an incredible summer so far at the 2014 WSOP. At the end of May the German Pro started his 2014 World Series of Poker with a fifth place finish in Event #5: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball for $70,308; A week later he scored his first gold bracelet and $294,792 in the Event #18: $10,000 Seven-Card Razz Championship; two more cashes; and the 2014 WSOP Player of the Year race found him out in the lead with 456.20 points and more on the way thanks to this win.
Sarah Grant and George visit about his second bracelet win:
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