Ship it to Israel! Again!! Asi Moshe added a second piece of bling to his collection when he won Event #2 €1,650 NL Deep Stack at the King's Casino in Rozvadov. This special win at the World Series of Poker Europe occurred on the back of another win from Israel. The country has only 12 total bracelet wins and Moshe has two of them.
Asi Moshe is no stranger to WSOP events. This run marked his 25th total cash for the pro from Israel. Moshe advanced to four other final WSOP tables in his short career and he took down one of them for his first bracelet back at the 2014 WSOP. Moshe binked a donkament for a $582K score after he faded a field of 2,396 runners.
The 2018 WSOP Player of the Year front runner Shaun Deeb went deep in Event #2, but the American pro missed the final table. Deeb busted in 11th place and added a couple of points to his lead in the POY race.
The final table of the 6-handed Deep Stack included Asi Moshe, Robert Schulz, James Bullimore, Giuliano Bendinelli, Van Tiep Nguyen, and Viktor Katzenberger.
The token Brit at the final table, Jimmy Bullimore, was dunzo in third place. His elimination set up the finale between Asi Moshe and Robert Schulz. Moshe was seeking bracelet numbero dos, while Schulz was trying to win his first pice of bling and bring another title home for Germany.
Moshe picked off Schulz heads-up for the win. Schulz earned a runner-up score worth €50,842. That's nearly $59K USD. Not too shabby, eh?
Moshe banked €82,280 or roughly $95K USD for his second-bracelet win. This marked his 25th cash and his total WSOP earnings passed $1.8 million USD. Overall, Moshe won over $2.1M.
Moshe won his first bracelet back in 2014 when he binked a donkament. Moshe became the second player from Israel to win multiple bracelets, joining Rafi Amit.
Only the top 34 places paid out in the Deep Stack. Notables who cashed in Event #2 included... Shaun Deeb, Manig Loeser, Jesus Ferguson, Roland Israelashvili, Jesper Hoog, Rex Clinkscales, Dan Samson, Jessica Pilkington, Tomas Rous, and Peter Siemund.