Sergio Aido Wins 2024 WSOP Event #39: $50K high Roller NL Hold’em

panish poker pro Sergio Aido has secured the largest top prize at the 2024 World Series of Poker so far. By outlasting 177 entries in Event #39: $50,000 High Roller No-Limit Hold’em (8-Handed), Aido claimed his first WSOP gold bracelet and a whopping $2,026,506.

Aido’s total lifetime tournament earnings now stand at nearly $21.4 million, placing him second on Spain’s all-time money list.

The event attracted 177 entries, creating an $8,451,750 prize pool that was shared among the top 27 finishers. Aido came out on top after besting a tough field that included well-known poker pros like Mikita Badziakouski (19th), Chris Brewer (18th), Artur Martirosian (12th), Martin Kabrhel (10th), Leon Sturm (9th), Viktor Blom (3rd), and Chance Kornuth (2nd).

This win was Aido’s first and seventh final-table finish of 2024. When asked about his feelings after winning his first bracelet, Aido replied, “Yeah, it feels very good, of course, it’s something special. So, yeah, I had a very good idea about this. The best thing in my poker career for me for the moment.”

Final Table Results Event #39: $50,000 High Roller No-Limit Hold’em (8-Handed)

Result Player Prize
1 Sergio Aido $2,026,506
2 Chance Kornuth $1,351,000
3 Viktor Blom $951,727
4 Adrian Mateos $681,554
5 Jesse Lonis $496,293
6 Jonathan Jaffe $367,577
7 Johannes Straver $276,987
8 Bruce Buffer $212,423

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