Monday June 27, 2016 at 2:11 pm
Breaking News

Phillip McAllister from the U.K. won the Shootout bracelet in Event #42 $3,000 NL. It's been a good year for McAllister, who kicked off 2016 by final tabling the PCA Main Event in the Bahamas. But over the weekend, the young Brit faded a field of 400 runners and won three single tables to win the Shootout bracelet.

Phillip McAllister was the last gunslinger left standing in Event #42 $3,000 NL Shootout bracelet event. He essentially won three SNGs including besting a tough final table with a lot of solid players like Faraz Jaka, Maria Ho, and Stevie Chidwick. The American domination of bracelet event came to a halt last week with a run of Europeans and British players shipping events. Chalk up another winner for the U.K. with McAllister victory.

Meanwhile, the $10K STUD 8 Championship is down to the final two tables. A bracelet will be awarded on Monday. Many notables still alive including chip leader Justin Bonomo, along with German pro George Danzer, Todd Brunson, Mike Leah, David Benyamine, Scott Clements, Eli Elezra, and David Grey.

Event #42 $3,000 NL Shootout - Final Results

WSOP E42 Philip McA

The final table of 10 players returned for action for the final shootout to determine the bracelet. This event used to be one of the most popular on the schedule. Anyway, with only 400 runners, the format was a bit unique. The first round played down from 400 to 40. The next round played down from 40 to 10 on a series of 4-handed tables. The final round resumed the 10-handed format.

Stevie Chidwick busted out first at the shootout final table in tenth place. Faraz Jaka was the next one out in 8th place. Maria Ho went deep, but she busted in fourth place. She will have to wait another opportunity to win her first bracelet. Alas, when the dust settled 22-year old British pro Phillip McAllister stepped into the winner's circle as the newest champion…and yet another winner for a non-American.

2016 WSOP - Event #42 $3,000 NL Shootout

Entrants: 400

Prize Pool: $1,092,600

Payouts: 40


Event #42 - Final Table Payouts:

1. Phillip McAllister (U.K.) $267,720

2. Kyle Montgomery (USA) $165,450

3. Christopher Kruk (Canada) $119,686

4. Maria Ho (USA) $87,487

5. Andreas Freund (Austria) $64,628

6. Marcos Antunes (Brazil) $48,252

7. Jesse Yaginuma (USA) $36,416

8. Rhys Jones (U.K.) $27,783

9. Faraz Jaka (USA) $21,431

10. Stephen Chidwick (U.K.) $16,717

Event #43 $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Championship – Day 3 and Final Table

Ah, the STUD 8 10K Championship. Only 136 runners took a shot in this event, which also meant only the top 21 places paid out in this event. At the end of Day 2, only 12 players remained and Justin Bonomo was the chip leader. Also still alive... George Danzer, Todd Brunson, Scott Clements, Eli Eleza, David Benyamine, David Grey, and Mike Leah. The last two tables are stacked in this STUD 8 event.

France's Edouard Mignotbonnefous bubbled the money in this event along with former champ Joe Hachem and Dzmitry Urbanovich. Notables who cashed late on Day 2 included... Adam Schwartz, Per Hildebrand, Felipe Ramos, Philip Hui, and Dan Shak...on the last hand of the night.

2016 WSOP - Event #43 $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Championship

Entrants: 136

Prize Pool: $1,278,400

Payouts: 21


Event #43 - Final Table Payouts:

1. $338,646

2. $209,302

3. $148,601

4. $107,551

5. $79,381

6. $59,773

7. $45,935

8. $36,044


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