Reynolds Wins $1,000 Buy-In No-Limit Hold’em Event

The 62-year-old accountant Thomas Reynolds got his cards in the right place and had every bit of luck that he needed to capture the $1,000 Buy-In No-Limit hold’em Event title at the 2017 WSOP.


He was able to topple as many as 2020 entries in this event to take home the first place prize money of $292,880.

There is something about the 2017 World Series of Poker as it has been seeing massive fields in many of the events. It could be the chance to win the gold bracelet along with the prize money in the major events that is drawing many poker players to take part in the events.

Reynolds from Raleigh in North Carolina is a very happy man and is proud of what he has done at the $1,000 Buy-In No-Limit hold’em Event. This achievement is sure going to make him and his family members proud as he has not cashed at any of the WSOP events that he had participated before. By virtue of this win, Reynolds earned his first WSOP gold bracelet at the age of 62 years. He is very proud of the feat that he has achieved.

The final table of the event had professional poker players like Eric Blair, Chad Eveslage and Michael Gathy. But, Reynolds had the final laugh and took home the first place prize money and the gold bracelet.

Reynolds told the reporters after the win that it looks very unreal for him to have won the event. He always wanted to try to play at the WSOP and win. He loves playing the game of poker and his wife understands his passion for the game. This is why he gets the chance to come and play in the WSOP events. He had told his wife that he does not know how long he would be able to play poker and just wanted to try and win an event.

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