The 411 On The 41st (WSOP): Steve Earns Over 470 Gees In Lucky #13
June 10, 2021
Steve Gee, one of Southern California’s long enduring cash game grinders, recently earned the largest live tournament score of his near 40 year poker playing career, when he took down Event #13 of the 2010 World Series of Poker. 

The event, a $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold ‘em tournament, attracted 3,042 players and had a posted total prize pool worth $2,737,800.

Gee, at 54-years-old the senior at the final table, proved himself more than able to handle the many young gun Hold ‘em pros that entered this high value event, including both David Baker and Matt Vance, who he bested when the event was three-handed to score the substantial victory.

The final table finish positions for Event #13, a $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold ‘em, were as follows:

1st.  Steve Gee- $472,479

2nd.  Matt Vance- $292,232

3rd.  David Baker- $206,813

4th.  Nick Heather- $149,702

5th.  Jeff Gross- $109,621

6th.  Daniel Thomas- $81,203

7th.  Kyung Han- $60,833

8th.  Jared Hamby- $46,077

9th.  Mats Gavatin- $35,290

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