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2017 World Series of Poker Quiz #8: This Is the Main Event

07-29-2017 20609 responses Top results

The 2017 World Series of Poker concluded in dramatic fashion last weekend with the exciting finish to this year's Main Event.

As promised, here's one last 2017 WSOP quiz to test how closely you followed the action from this year's Main Event. Get six out of eight correct to pass the test, and when you're done be sure to check out the "Top results" to see how you did versus others. If you're logged in here at PokerNews your username will appear.

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Question 1

Which of the following players was eliminated during the first level on Day 1 in a hand in which she flopped top set of aces and turned a full house, but was beaten by quad sevens?

Question 2

This three-time WSOP bracelet winner and Poker Hall of Famer earned a min-cash in this year’s WSOP Main Event ($15,000), his first Main Event event cash since 1983.

Question 3

This Argentinian player known as “pampa27” online was the chip leader at the end of Day 4 and went on to make the final table.

Question 4

This player nearly made back-to-back WSOP Main Event final tables, finishing 10th this year after making it all of the way to fourth a year ago.

Question 5

Which of the following players who made the 2017 WSOP Main Event final table did *not* previously make the final table of a WSOP Main Event.

Question 6

Fourth-place finisher John Hesp is an amateur from Bridlington, England. According to Hendon Mob, he previously had seven cashes in rebuy tournaments at his local casino in Hull, each of which featured what amount for the initial buy-in?

Question 7

This year’s third-place finisher, Benjamin Pollak, tied the previous best finish in the WSOP Main Event for a player from __________.

Question 8

In the final hand of the 2017 WSOP Main Event, Scott Blumstein went all in before the flop and Dan Ott called with Ad-8d. The final board was Js-6s-5h-7h-2h, giving Blumstein the win. What was Blumstein’s hand?

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