Dec 21, 2014
The board comes Q1084J, and Charania wins the pot — and his second WPT title — with a queen-high straight.
Garrett Greer finishes as the runner-up in a heartbreaking finish, earning $869,683.
Mohsin Charania wins the WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic, earning $1,477,890, a Hublot King Power Unico watch, a pair of gold Monster 24K headphones, and a WPT Champions Trophy. Charania’s name will be engraved for a second time on the one-and-only WPT Champions Cup, and his prize money includes his $15,400 entry into the season-ending WPT World Championship in Atlantic City.
Congratulations to Mohsin Charania!
1st: Mohsin Charania – $1,477,890*
2nd: Garrett Greer – $869,683
3rd: Brett Shaffer – $562,736
4th: Ryan Julius – $383,684
5th: Ryan Fee – $272,842
6th: Tobias Reinkemeier – $218,842
* First prize amount includes a $15,400 seat into the season-ending WPT World Championship