Steven Wolansky and Ankush Mandavia also win bracelets.
Novice poker player and college professor, Mitchell Towner beats the 6927 strong player field to take home the bracelet and over $1 million.
Danzer beat Randy Ohel to take his 4th gold bracelet and prize money.
Six gold bracelet winners made their dreams come true over the weekend.
Fabrice Soulier Team Manager of the Paris Aviators finishes as runner up—Jason Mercier busts out in 11th place.
Glaser joins Ian Johns and Jason Mercier in winning two bracelets at this year’s World Series of Poker.
Jason Mercier busts out of Event #32 in 8th place and James Moore wins the Super Seniors Event #31.
The recreational player wins the biggest prize of his life, walking away with over half a million dollars.
Jason Mercier and Ian John each win their second gold bracelet of the Series.
Investment banker Scott Farnsworth who mistakenly entered the wrong tournament, finished in second place.
Sam Soverel wins Event #19.
Overnight, Jason DeWitt became a millionaire, Marco Johnson won the second WSOP title of this career and Chase Bianchi won his first ever WSOP gold bracelet.