Bach Earns Second 2017 WSOP Gold Bracelet

David Bach is over the moon after taking part in 2017 $10,000 H.O.R.S.E Championship.

The main reason for his happiness is that was able to defeat the likes of Daniel Negreanu and defending champion Jason Mercier in 2017 $10,000 H.O.R.S.E Championship to win the title. By virtue of this stupendous win, he was also able to win the second 2017 WSOP bracelet. This will surely give him double pleasure.

The win by David Bach is a big one as he was able to get the better of many greats of the poker game, including former bracelet winners in Andrew Brown and Eric Rodawig apart from defeating the defending champion Jason and WSOP Player of the Year contender Daniel. There is no way one can explain the joy and happiness in the eyes of Bach.

The 45-year-old Georgian man has so far earned a total of $3.95 million in his poker career and this is a good achievement. He was able to defeat a strong field of 150 entries to win the $383,208 first place prize money. Bach has three gold bracelets in his career and winning two bracelets in a year is a very good effort from his part.

David Bach is in the form of his life at the moment. He entered this 2017 $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship at the WSOP event on the back of a $1,500 Dealer’s Choice event where he earned $119,399 as prize money. He entered the final table quite early.

He was moving up the pay ladder smoothly when he found himself short stacked. He was happy to have earned a few timely doubles on the final table and this helped him to steamroll his way to the top of the table and wins the event. Bach is happy that he was able to beat the top players in the tournament to win his second bracelet of the summer.