Chris Ferguson can be proud of himself as he once more got the biggest number of cashes at WSOP and WSOP Europe, for the second time in a row.
Some people hate Chris Ferguson, others detest him, but both groups have to admit he plays cards like a champ. Perhaps this year he has not won an event, but he was always somewhere there in the paid places.
Just few days ago WSOP Europe finished, so it's a good time to sum up this year's World Series, including Las Vegas and what happened in Rozvadov. As for the WSOP Europe Main Event winner it is Jack Sinclair.
Prestiguous title of the Player of The Year won Shaun Deeb (two bracelets from Vegas and a 2nd place in Rozvadov).
But let's go back to Chris Ferguson - American player collected money as many as 23 times. The same result he got last year and that proves a point.
“Jesus” won this year 6 times in the Czech Republic and 17 times in LV. Twice he got to a final table at World Series. Both in Seven Card Stud for $1,500, and No-Limit Hold’em for $2,500 he was fourth. In the second of the mentioned tournaments he took down his biggest cash rpize – $161,371.
Rozvadov was not so spectacular for him though. His best position was 17th place in No-Limit Hold’em 6-Handed Deepstack (€1650 buy-in). Then he won 3,726 euro. It was financially his best event at WSOP Europe 2018.
It's worth to mention that altogether WSOP and WSOPE 2018, brought Ferguson as much as $268,421.
As for Shaun Deeb, WSOP 2018 Player of the Year (the ranking includes results from WSOP Europe), he got 20 paid places and earned $2,534,511.
Five of the top ten WSOP Las Vegas players did not decide to go to Rozvadov.