Action folded to Dash Dudley in the cutoff, and he opened to 5,000. Sean Perry was in the small blind and called. Jake Daniels was in the big blind, and he called. The flop fell [Ts7c3c], and action checked to Dudley, who continued for 7,000. Perry folded, and Daniels called. The [2s]
Dylan Weisman limped in from the small blind and Dash Dudley checked his option in the big blind. The flop landed [7hKs5h] and Weisman bet 30,000. Dudley moved all-in for 74,000 and Weisman called. Weisman: [KdJh8c3s] Dudley: [Kh9s9d5s] The turn and river landed the [2h] and [Ad] and Dudley secured the double.
Dash Dudley raised to 17,000 from under the gun and Dylan Weisman called in the big blind. The flop landed [8hQd2c] and Weisman check-called a bet of 20,000 as the turn fell the [2d]. Weisman now elected to bet out 17,000 and Dudley folded.
Cary Katz raised to 3,000 in the cutoff and was called by Marc Brody, Jeremy Ausmus, and Dash Dudley as the flop landed [QdAc9c]. Action checked to Brody on the button, and he bet the pot of 13,500 as Ausmus, Dudley, and Katz all folded.
Three men won bracelets on Day #28 of the 50th annual World Series of Poker, all of them first-timers. Let's start with Dash Dudley's amazing fulfilment of a lifelong dream. BRACELET WINNER DUDLEY NO LONGER 'MIN-CASH DASH' Dash Dudley finally put paid to a nickname of 'Min-Cash Dash' given to him by