Wednesday October 23, 2019 at 12:43 am

Israeli pro Asi Moshe won his fourth WSOP bracelet and second of 2019 when he faded a field of 279 runners at the King's Casino in Rozvadov to ship 2019 WSOP Europe Event #9 €1,650 PLO/NL Mix for a score worth €97,465.


Ship it to Israel! Asi Moshe won his fourth career WSOP bracelet including his second one since this summer when he secured his third bracelet at the 2019 WSOP in Las Vegas at the Rio Casino. Moshe added a second WSOP Europe bracelet to his growing collection and the Israeli pro now has won bling in RozVegas in back-to-back years with a bracelet victories at the King's Casino in 2018 and 2019.

2019 WSOP Europe Event #9 €1,650 PLO/NL Mix attracted 279 runners in this hold'em slash omaha event catering to mixed-game enthusiasts. The PLO/NL Mix had a juicy prize pool worth €397,575. Only the top 42 places paid out though with the majority of the cheesecake set aside to the top three finishers.

Maksim Pisarenko bubbled the final table of Event #9 in tenth place. The nine-handed final table in PLO/NL Mix included Jesus Ferguson, Quan Zhou, Eri Cajelais, Jakob Madsen, Asi Moshe, Will Chattaway, Kristoffer Rasmussen and Harout Ghazarian.

Jesus Ferguson was the first player to bust at the final table when he hit the bricks in ninth place. Quan Zho busted in eighth place, followed by Dragos Trofimov in seventh place, and French-Canadian pro Erik Cajelais in sixth place.

Danish players finish second and fifth at the final table. Jakob Madsen's run ended in fifth place, while Kristoffer Rasmussen got heads-up for the bracelet but lost to Moshe. He couldn't stop the Moshe Man from mashing his fourth bracelet victory.

Denmark's Rasmussen earned €60,230 for second place. Not too shabby, eh?

Asi Moshe banked €97,465 or approximately $108K for his first-place finish in the WSOPE Mixed PLO/NL event. This marked a fourth bracelet victory for Moshe.

Earlier this summer, Moshe won his third bling at the 2019 WSOP with a victory in $1,500 NL Bounty, which was good for a $254K score.

Last year at the 2018 WSOP Europe in RozVegas, Moshe won Event #2 €1,650 NL 6-Handed at the King's Casino for his second career bracelet. He faded a field of 221 runners and picked off Robert Schulz heads-up for the EuroBling.

Back in 2014, Moshe popped his bracelet cherry with a victory at the 2014 WSOP $1,500 NL Donkament for a sickly score worth $582,321. Any time you can be the last one left standing during the running of the donks, you earn street cred in my book.

With his latest score in RozVegas, Moshe has now passed over $2 million in career WSOP winnings. Overall, Moshe cashed for $2.5 million overall in international tournaments.

Notables who went deep in Event #9 €1,650 PLO/NL Mix included... Robert Cowen, Ankit Ahuja, Martin Kruv, Alexandre Viard, Zhong Chen, Steffen Do, Mustafa Biz, Aaron Duczak, Jeff Madsen, Shaun Deeb, Jeff Lisandro, Ismael Bojang, Daniel Negreanu, Roland Israelashvili, and Shahaf Nacson.

2019 WSOPE - Event #9 €1,650 PLO/NL Mix

Entrants: 279

Prize Pool: €397,575

Payouts: 42


Final Table Results:

1. Asi Moshe (Israel) €97,465

2. Kristoffer Rasmussen(Denmark) €60,230

3. Harout Ghazarian (Canada) €41,754

4. William Chattaway (UK) €29,480

5. Jakob Madsen (Denmark) €21,206

6. Erik Cajelais (Canada) €15,548

7. Dragos Trofimov (UK) €11,622

8. Quan Zhou (China) €8,861

9. Jesus Ferguson (USA)€6,893

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