A total of 665 players participated in the $1,500 Limit Hold'em at this year's World Series of Poker. After two days, only fifteen remained, including former bracelet winners Daniel Idema and Tyler Bonkowski. At the end, it was Danny Le who had all the chips, winning his first bracelet.
At the official final table, these were the chipcounts:
Everyone had pretty shallow stacks, except for the eventual winner Le. When Le and Scott Farnsworth reached heads-up play, they were both guaranteed $116,663, but there was still a lot on the line to play for. The most important hand took place when Farnsworth had on a board of , but Le had , leaving Farnsworth with only seven big blinds.
All his chips went in with against , but the river was cruel again for Farnsworth as the board ran out .
The results of the final table: