Cord Garcia Wins World Series of Poker Colossus Event For $638,880 – Poker News

Cord Garcia (44) bets $3 mil Bradley McFarland (A 8) calls. Q4227 (Cord’s equity is slightly (10% to 14% favorite) better than Bradley’s barring help from the board)

Cord triple-barrels hitting middle set (444) for $4.1 mil, on the 2 for $8.4 mil (which gives Cord fours over twos), and on the 7 for $17.5 mil. Bradley inexplicably (in a very bad bluff) comes over the top quickly moving all-in.

Cord (25, Houston) finishes 1rst for $638,880 while Bradley (25, PA) is 2nd for $386,253

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(Chip count at onset of this (final) hand) :

Cord Garcia $57,000,000 Bradley McFarland $55,000,000

The two had played small-ball for nearly 1/2 an hour prior to this hand.

Both entrants overcome a field of 22,374 players to make final-table (of 9 players).

2015 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Event #5 No limit texas hold’em $565 buy-in

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The $5 million guaranteed $565 buy-in 2015 World Series of Poker ‘Colossus’ no-limit hold’em event draws the largest field in ever in the story of the live tournament.  22,374 entries were made in the re-entry event, blowing away the guarantee to build a $11,187,000 prize pool.  14,284 unique players, including 5,664 first time WSOP players participate.  From that giant sea of hopefuls only one can emerge with the bracelet and the $638,880 first-place prize, and that player is Cord Garcia. For the win the 25-year-old poker pro from Houston, TX earned $638,880 and his 1rst WSOP gold bracelet. His most notable win prior to this came in a $365 buy-in WSOP Circuit Bossier City event, earning him a circuit ring. “It feels like it is my breakthrough,” said Garcia after the win. “But at the same time, I feel like I am capable of doing bigger things.” Garcia came into the final table as one of the shortest stacks, joined by fellow Texan Ray Henson, who won the largest ever WSOP Circuit event earlier this year. …

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