Michael Glasser of Boca Raton final tables World Series Event #39



Michael Glasser of Boca Raton, who was a criminal defense attorney before turning poker pro, made the final table of the World Series of Poker’s Event #39 ($1,500 No-Limit Hold’em), which had 2,720 players. It was Glasser’s second cash of this year’s Series.

Hilbert Shirey of Winter Haven gets his fourth cash of this year’s Series, Adam Levy of Orlando gets his third and Tristan Wade of Boynton Beach his second.

<strong>Florida cashers</strong>

8. Michael Glasser, Boca Raton, $85,394

37. Norman Contreras, Fort Lauderdale, $10,767

45. Gerald Watterson, Jacksonville, $10,767

46. Todd Link, Plantation, $9,653

58. Robert Gianquitti, Lake Worth, $8,539

59. Scott Ritchey, Miami, $8,539

74. Adam Levy, Orlando, $6,311

93. Evan Cappello, Sebring, $4,826

97. Christopher Weaver, Jacksonville, $4,826

124. Russell Ellison, Tallahassee, $4,084

141. James Leonard, Jacksonville, $3,527

160. Joseph Danise, Fort Lauderdale, $3,527

161. Marc Levy, Boynton Beach, $3,527

163. Hilbert Shirey, Winter Haven, $3,155

258. Louis Conte, Pompano Beach, $2,784

259. Tristan Wade, Boynton Beach, $2,784

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