Sarah Herring and Jeff Platt join together to talk about the end of the 50th annual World Series of Poker Main Event.
It took him about nine hours and things got a little rocky at times, but Ensan closed the deal. He eliminated both Alex Livingston and then Dario Sammartino across a little under 200 hands of play, securing the historic bracelet for the 50th running of the WSOP, as well as $10 million and poker immortality as the next world champion.
He called the moment, the culmination of getting through a field of 8,569, "unbelievable."
The two discuss the ESPN coverage, Jamie Kerstetter, Nick Shulman, Norman Chad and more. Plus their take on the rails, having other tournaments still going and more.
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