WSOP 2013 Main

Jay Farber seems to be on the 7th heaven lately and he surely deserves the luxury. The WSOP 2013 Main Runner up is planning an indulging treat for him in celebration of his magnanimous 5, 174,357 USD win at the world’s most prestigious poker tournament. The spirited nightclub promoter from Vegas has stated to get a new home, Aston Martin & Ferrari with a great chunk of his grand winning amount.

The WSOP concluded on early November this year where Farber stood second to the Tour champion Ryan Riess.

Farber was apparently making pretty well with the night job but the new win seems to have got a broader angle to his life, with the much coveted touch of plush and grandeur. Albeit the poker hero has not revealed about his planned expenses for the new house, looking at his massive win and roster of planned luxuries, a generous value can be easily anticipated.

Prior to wading across the WSOP 6,352 participant ring, Jay did not have any major tour credit. In fact, in WSOP this November, he was officially the most inexperienced participant at the Main final table. However, all credit goes to his solid play line & some fantastic cards that catapulted him to such a stellar stature.

The Vegas based nightclub promoter wasn’t the sole being on the 2013       WSOP Main to achieve the grand attention post the Tour. The reigning 2013 WSOP champion Ryan Riess too, has of course, been felicitated with showers of praise and admiration. The 23 year old Michigan lad took home a fabulous 8,361,570 USD. Among the eminent players to compliment the champion is Calvin Johnson from Detroit Lions. Johnson is especially elated as the new WSOP legend was wearing his athlete jersey while pursuing the esteemed Tour at the final stage.