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The 2015 World Series of Poker is in the record books. This year’s series set a new all-time attendance record with 102,379 entries collected over 68 events. That’s an 19.56% increase from the 82,360 entries collected in 2014.

 

This year’s WSOP produced two multi-bracelet winners (Max Pescatori and Brian Hastings) and Phil Hellmuth extended his all-time WSOP bracelet total to 14. Below is a complete list of bracelet winners for the 2015 WSOP.

 

Event
#
Event Field Size Winner First Place Prize
1 $565 Casino Employees Event 688 Brandon Barnette $75,704
2 $5,000 NL Hold’em 422 Michael Wang $466,120
3 $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo 918 Robert Mizrachi $251,022
4 $3,000 NL Shootout 308 Nick Petrangelo $201,812
5 $565 Colossus 22,374 Cord Garcia $638,880
6 $1,000 Hyper NL Hold’em 1,436 John Reading $252,068
7 $10k 2-7 Triple Draw Championship 109 Tuan Le $322,756
8 $1,500 PL Hold’em 639 Paul Michaelis $189,818
9 $1,500 Razz 462 Max Pescatori $155,947
10 $10k Heads-Up Championship 143 Keith Lehr $334,430
11 $1,500 Limit Hold’em 660 William Kakon $196,055
12 $1,500 NL Six-Max 1,651 Idan Raviv $457,007
13 $2,500 Omaha Hi-Lo/ Stud Hi-Lo 474 Konstantin Maslak 269,612
14 $1,500 NL Shootout 1,000 Barry Hutter $283,546
15 $10,000 PL Hold’em Championship 128 Shaun Deeb $318,857
16 $1,500 Millionaire Maker 7,275 Adrian Buckley $1,277,193
17 $10k Razz Championship 103 Phil Hellmuth $271,105
18 $1,000 Turbo NL 1,791 John Gale $298,290
19 $3,000 Limit Six-Max 319 Matt Elsby $230,799
20 $1,500 NL Hold’em 1,884 Ben Zamani $460,640
21 $10k Omaha Hi-Lo Championship 157 Daniel Alaei $391,097
22 $1,000 NL Hold’em 1,915 Sam Greenwood $318,977
23 $1,500 NL 2-7 Lowball 219 Christian Pham $81,314
24 $1,500 H.O.R.S.E. 772 Arash Ghaneian $239,750
25 $5,000 NL Eight-Max 493 Jeff Tomlinson $567,724
26 $1,000 PL Omaha 1,293 Aaron Wallace $226,985
27 $10k Stud Championship 91 Brian Hastings $239,518
28 $1,500 Monster Stack 7,192 Perry Shiao $1,286,942
29 $10k NL 2-7 Championship 77 Phil Galfond $224,383
30 $1,000 NL Hold’em 2,150 Ivan Luca $353,391
31 $3,000 PL Omaha Hi-Lo 480 Jeff Madsen $301,413
32 $5,000 NL Six-Max 550 Jason Mercier $633,357
33 $1,500 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball 388 Benny Glaser $136,215
34 $1,500 Split Format NL Hold’em 873 Andre Boyer $250,483
35 $3,000 H.O.R.S.E. 376 Daniel Idema $261,774
36 $1,500 PL Omaha 978 Corrie Wunstel $266,874
37 $10k NL Six-Max Championship 259 Byron Kaverman $657,351
38 $3,000 NL Hold’em 989 Thiago Nishjima $546,843
39 $1,500 10-Game Six-Max 380 Brian Hastings $133,403
40 $1,000 Seniors Championship 4,193 Travis Baker $613,446
41 $10k Stud Hi-Lo Championship 111 Max Pescatori $292,158
42 $1,500 Extended Play NL Hold’em 1,914 Adrian Apmann $478,102
43 $1,000 Super Seniors 1,533 Jon Andlovec $262,220
44 $50,000 Poker Players Championship 84 Mike Gorodinsky $1,270,086
45 $1,500 NL Hold’em 1,655 Upeshka De Silva $424,577
46 $3,000 PL Omaha Six-Max 682 Vasili Firsau $437,575
47 $2,500 NL 1,244 Matt O’Donnell $551,941
48 $1,500 Stud 237 Eli Elezra $112,591
49 $1,500 PL Omaha Hi-Lo 815 Young Ji $231,102
50 $10k Limit Hold’em Championship 117 Ben Yu $291,456
51 $3,000 NL Six-Max 1.043 Justin Liberto $640,711
52 $1,500 Dealer’s Choice 357 Carol Fuchs $127,735
53 $10k Ladies Championship 795 Jacquelyn Scott $153,876
54 $10k PL Omaha Championship 387 Alexander Petersen $927,655
55 $1,500 DraftKings 50/50 NL Hold’em 1,123 Brandon Wittmeyer $200,618
56 $5,000 Turbo NL 454 Kevin MacPhee $490,800
57 $1,000 NL 2,497 Takahiro Nakai $399,039
58 $111,111 ONE DROP High Roller 135 Jonathan Duhamel $3,989,985
59 $1,500 NL 2,155 Alex Lindop $531,037
60 $25,000 PL Omaha High Roller 175 Anthony Zinno $1,122,196
61 $1,111 Little One for ONE DROP 4,555 Paul Hoefer $645,969
62 $1,500 Bounty NL Hold’em 2,178 Jack Duong $333,351
63 $10k H.O.R.S.E. Championship 204 Andrew Barber $517,766
64 $1,000 WSOP.com Online NL Hold’em 905 Anthony Spinella $197,743
65 $1,500 Stud Hi-Lo 547 Gerald Ringe $180,943
66 $777 Lucky 7’s NL Hold’em 4,422 Connor Berkowitz $487,784
67 $10k Dealer’s Choice 108 Quinn Do $319,792
68 $10k Main Event 6,420 TBD until November $7,680,021

 

James Guill

James Guill began his poker career in 2006, spending two years traveling the US tournament circuit. Since 2008, he has covered the game extensively for some of the biggest names in the industry. When not writing about the latest poker news, he can be found hunting for antique treasures in Central Virginia.

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