Amit wins second bracelet

Updated: July 4, 2007, 8:54 PM ET
By ESPN Poker Club

The last time Rafi Amit was heads-up in a WSOP event, the $10,000 pot-limit Omaha event in 2005, he was given a 10-minute penalty for inappropriate language. Yes, heads-up. His opponent got dealt cards, and his cards were folded. Even though he was subject to one of the rarest situations in WSOP history, Amit still won the event and his first bracelet.

This time around, at the final table of the ace-to-five triple-draw lowball event on Sunday night, no such freak occurrence would happen, but the result would remain the same: Amit won again.

In his career, Amit has six tournament cashes, four final tables, and all of them are from the WSOP. Amit's prize money for this event was $227,005, pushing his career earnings over $900,000.

Other notable finishers include Andy Bloch (seventh), Chris Ferguson (14th), Steve Zolotow (15th) and Chau Giang (22nd).

Below are the complete results for Event 48 of the 2007 WSOP:

Results: Event 47 | Event 49

Buy-in: $1,000
Rebuys: 546
Prize Pool: $721,804
Entries: 209
Places paid: 24

1. Rafi Amit, $227,005
2. Lenny Martin, $128,120
3. Anthony Lellouche, $84,812
4. Joe Shoreman, $57,383
5. Eugene Ji, $41,504
6. Mark Bartlog, $27,068
7. Andrew Bloch, $19,489
8. Ben Armstrong, $19,489
9. Daniel Fuhs, $14,075
10. Ralph Rudd, $14,075
11. Dan Dumont, $8,662
12. Robert Swickard, $8,662
13. Arturo Diaz, $6,496
14. Chris Ferguson, $6,496
15. Steve Zolotow, $6,496
16. Terry Jennings, $6,496
17. Devon Miller, $6,496
18. Brian Haveson, $6,496
19. Ralph Perry, $5,414
20. James Painter, $5,414
21. Herezel Zalewski, $5,414
22. Chau Giang, $5,414
23. Joe Cassidy, $5,414
24. Matthew Wasko, $5,414

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