Exactly fourteen days after the tournament began, Daniel Weinman raked the last of the 602.5 million chips in play after winning the final hand at 3:20 pm local time.
Image: credit: Jamie Thomson with PokerORG
The Atlanta, Georgia native earned the Main Event record-breaking $12,100,000 and his place in the record books. He outlasted the field of 10,043 entries which generated the astronomical $93,399,900 prize pool for his second WSOP bracelet.
2023 WSOP Main Event final table results
|1||Daniel Weinman||United States||$12,100,000|
|2||Steven Jones||United States||$6,500,000|
|3||Adam Walton||United States||$4,000,000|
|6||Dean Hutchison||United Kingdom||$1,850,000|
|7||Toby Lewis||United Kingdom||$1,425,000|
It was the shortest Main Event final table in quite some time, only 161 hands were played. The previous shortest was when Joe Mckeehen won in 2015 with 184 hands played.
Congratulations to Daniel Weinman, forever the winner of the 2023 World Series of Poker Main Event.
You’re on top of poker’s biggest stage, receiving the biggest prize. Enjoy it, you deserve it.
Preview Image: Jamie Thomson with PokerORG