The World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific has been under way for 12 days now and players from all over the world has shown up to participate in the biggest tournament series hosted in the Asia-Pacific area. One of those players is George Danzer, who became well known at this year's WSOP in Las Vegas, when he took home two bracelets.
Now he took home another bracelet, making it three this year, as he took down the AU$5,000 buy-in 8-Game Mixed tournament, beating 48 other players. With the third bracelet win of the year, Danzer joined a special club of great players who made the same achievement in the past. Guys like Phil Ivey, Phil Hellmuth and Jeff Lisandro has done this in the past and it is quite unique for it to happen.
Danzer had to play some of the best players in the world to take home his new gold bracelet, amongst those were Scott Clements and Jonathan Duhamel, who finished in second and third place respectively. Danzer took home AU$84,600 for his efforts, which is not a big score compared to this summer.