Pulusani wins WSOP final table debut

Updated: June 28, 2013, 5:40 PM ET
By Andrew Feldman | ESPN.com

[+] EnlargeSandeep Pulusani
WSOP.comSandeep Pulusani battled back from a 7:1 deficit heads-up to win his first career bracelet.

Below are the complete results of Event 44 at the 2013 World Series of Poker:

Event 44: No-limit hold 'em
Buy-in: $3,000
Entries: 1,072
Prize pool: $2,926,560
Players in the money: 117

1. Sandeep Pulusani ($592,684)
2. Niall Farrell ($366,815)
3. Michael Rocco ($229,500)
4. Martin Hanowski ($166,579)
5. Zo Karim ($122,974)
6. Mark Teltscher ($92,186)
7. Nam Le ($70,120)
8. Pedro Rios ($54,053)
9. Phillippe Vert ($42,230)
10. Jacob Schindler ($33,421)
11. Justin Zaki ($33,421)
12. Evan Schwartz ($33,421)
13. Will Jaffe ($26,807)
14. Ian Simpson ($26,807)
15. Chad Bradbury ($26,807)
16. Jason Mercier ($21,773)
17. Darryl Ronconi ($21,773)
18. Larry Quang ($21,773)
19. Giang Hoang ($17,910)
20. Jeff Tims ($17,910)
21. Joel Seewald ($17,910)
22. Marco Johnson ($17,910)
23. Matt Marafioti ($17,910)
24. Danny Warchol ($17,910)
25. Tyler Cornell ($17,910)
26. Ryan Welch ($17,910)
27. Konstantin Tolokno ($17,910)
28. Jayakrishnan Nair ($14,954)
29. Arthur Morris ($14,954)
30. Arturo Alaniz ($14,954)
31. Santiago Nadal ($14,954)
32. David Hunt ($14,954)
33. Peter Males ($14,954)
34. Joe Kuether ($14,954)
35. Paul Foltyn ($14,954)
36. Josep Galindo ($14,954)
37. James Thompson ($12,642)
38. Scott Meier ($12,642)
39. Eddy Sabat ($12,642)
40. Max Heinzelmann ($12,642)
41. Victor Sbrissa ($12,642)
42. Adam Lalopoulos ($12,642)
43. Ismael Bojang ($12,642)
44. Sergio Cabrera ($12,642)
45. Blancy Mitchell ($12,642)
46. Joshua Field ($10,799)
47. Timothy Chung ($10,799)
48. Gary Pearce ($10,799)
49. Mark Radoja ($10,799)
50. Kilian Kramer ($10,799)
51. Rado Boltryk ($10,799)
52. Frank Stumpf ($10,799)
53. Michael Scoma ($10,799)
54. Gabriele Lepore ($10,799)
55. Nicolas Vaca-Rondon ($9,335)
56. Jean-Pascal Savard ($9,335)
57. Jonathan Chehanske ($9,335)
58. Jeremy Menard ($9,335)
59. Mukul Pahuja ($9,335)
60. Gary Baber ($9,335)
61. Robert Reist ($9,335)
62. Andres Garcia ($9,335)
63. Barry Shulman ($9,335)
64. Simon Deadman ($8,194)
65. Harry Thomas ($8,194)
66. Ognjen Sekularac ($8,194)
67. Nicholas Marsh ($8,194)
68. Jeremy Druckman ($8,194)
69. Joseph Mckeehen ($8,194)
70. John Cook ($8,194)
71. Stephen Chidwick ($8,194)
72. Andrew Hulme ($8,194)
73. Semen Apokorin ($7,287)
74. Karim Lehoussine ($7,287)
75. Chris Dombrowski ($7,287)
76. Gaelle Baumann ($7,287)
77. Sunny Chattha ($7,287)
78. Nikolai Sears ($7,287)
79. Javier Sanchez ($7,287)
80. Faraz Jaka ($7,287)
81. Roland Israelashvili ($7,287)
82. Ruben Visser ($6,555)
83. Alek Givotovsky ($6,555)
84. Monte Hoover ($6,555)
85. David Wilhoit ($6,555)
86. Marco Liesy ($6,555)
87. Douglas Charles ($6,555)
88. Bart Hanson ($6,555)
89. Brian Pingel ($6,555)
90. Sorel Mizzi ($6,555)
91. Damien Berthiaud ($6,028)
92. Ezra Abu Gazal ($6,028)
93. Matthew Menes ($6,028)
94. Derek Wolters ($6,028)
95. Simon Charette ($6,028)
96. Bradley Coldiron ($6,028)
97. Michael Farrelly ($6,028)
98. Robert Giordano ($6,028)
99. William Ryan ($6,028)
100. Maxime Conte ($5,560)
101. Ryan Botner ($5,560)
102. Jessica Ngu ($5,560)
103. Bruno Samoun ($5,560)
104. Dominik Nitsche ($5,560)
105. Andreas Eiler ($5,560)
106. Philippe Schmuz ($5,560)
107. Kunal Patel ($5,560)
108. Michael Korovine ($5,560)
109. Alex Rocha ($5,560)
110. Gerardo Godinez ($5,560)
111. Jeremy Joseph ($5,560)
112. Lauren Kling ($5,560)
113. Randy Lew ($5,560)
114. Steve Bartlett ($5,560)
115. Alexander Debus ($5,560)
116. Jesse Cohen ($5,560)
117. Thayer Rasmussen ($5,560)

Andrew Feldman is ESPN.com's Poker Editor. He is the host of the Poker Edge Podcast and co-host of ESPN Inside Deal. Andrew has covered the poker industry for ESPN since 2004.

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