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By JUST NOW Tags: Connor Drinan

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By JUST NOW Tags: Connor Drinan, world series of poker, WSOP 2020 Online Series The last bracelet is perhaps the sweetest to win of the World Series of Poker, and that honour fell to Connor Drinan last night as he wrapped up the WSOP Super MILLION$ bracelet win.
With just the final nine remaining, there was a lot on the line, including a very interesting poker celebrity side-bet, but there was mainly the matter of the majority of the $8.7 million prizepool to fight for first.
It took just 150 minutes to find a winner in the end as Connor Drinan outlasted the eight opponents who stood between him and a WSOP result of $1.4 million that more than equated to all the money he’d made in WSOP events before the final.
Drinan’s route to glory was not an easy one.

But it was the worst possible start for the short-stacked Kenneth Smaron

who lasted just one hand.
All-in from the big blind with queen-jack, he flopped top pair.

But Christopher Kruk had a straight and flush draw

which came in with instant service on the turn.
Busting in 8th place.

Arsenii Malinov held ace-queen and now in the doomed big blind seat

he called Sylvain Loosli’s all-in with nine-seven.
A nine and a seven on the flop did for Malinov’s chances and the field was down to seven players.
Kruk moved into the lead, but he would go from hero to zero in spectacular fashion as he busted in 7th place having led the field with the same number of players remaining.
He was unlucky to do so, too, dropping a chunk of chips with pocket jacks when up against Kazakhstani player Daniyar Aubakirov’s ace-ten, a ten-high straight from Aubakirov doing enough to double-up on the river in what would be a crucial 5th street card worth over $800,000 when the dealing was done.
That story would run right the way until the heads-up, but Kruk’s tale was over when his three-bet all-in with ace-jack ran into the monster hand of pocket aces held by Connor Drinan.

Suraj Mishra had led the event when the final table action kicked off

but his race was run in 6th place as he went all-in with pocket tens and saw Drinan eliminate him with pocket nines when a nine landed on the flop.
It would be Sylvain Loosli who busted in 5th place after he ran short and moved all-in with king-four and was called by Drinan, whose ace-deuce was enough to deliver another player out of contention.
Drinan was running away with it, and the runaway train only sped up after he busted both American player Chris Oliver in 4th place for $548,450 and Russian Viktor Ustimov in 3rd place for $755,754.  Aubakirov was the man charged with attempting to derail the seemingly unstoppable Drinan, and he gave it his best shot, doubling several times when left with a short-stack.
Eventually, though, .

His luck ran out  and so did his chances of winning the bracelet for Kazakhstan

His last chips went into the idle with a dominating hand, .

Aubakirov’s ace-jack outran by Drinan’s ace-nine

Drinan didn’t just win the $1.4 million to go with the WSOP bracelet thanks to his bet earlier in the series against Daniel Negreanu, as ‘Kid Poker’ previously advertised on Twitter.
Action on this bet has a $100k cap per individual player.
@ConnorDrinan is officially sold out.
Https://t.co/vro9QoFy7K— Daniel Negreanu (@RealKidPoker) June 13.

2020 Connor Drinan could celebrate a remarkable victory

while runner-up Aubakirov could at least console himself with being the only other player in the event to cash for seven figures, winning $1,041,414 thanks in no small part to that miracle straight earlier in the day bumped him five places up the ladder.
Here are all the final table payouts from a dramatic final day’s play.
You can watch all the final table action right here in a replay of the final day’s play.
WSOP $10,300-entry Super MILLION$ Final Table Results:   Place  Player  Country  Prize  1st  Connor Drinan  United States  $1,423,049  2nd  Daniyar Aubakirov  Kazakhstan  $1,041,414  3rd  Viktor Ustimov  Russia  $755,754  4th  Chris Oliver  United States  $548,450  5th  Sylvain Loosli  France  $398,010  6th  Suraj Mishra  India  $288,836  7th  Christopher Kruk  Canada  $209,609  8th  Arsenii Malinov  Russia  $152,113  9th  Kenneth Smaron  United States  $110,389.
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After Germany the leading European countries were Italy

Touchpoint 3D fab+print magic at drupa 2016.
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Touchpoint 3D fab+print magic at drupa 2016.
By Now that drupa 2016 is behind us (May 31st – June 10th , Düsseldorf, Germany), we can look back on this year’s event as being quite exceptional on a large number of fronts, and particularly with regard to the role of the 3D fab+print touchpoint there.
Drupa is certainly without doubt one of the world’s biggest and most important trade fairs for print and cross-media solutions.
The show statistics speak for themselves: 1837 exhibitors from 54 countries;.
more than 347,700 visitors from 188 countries;.
more than 75% of all visitors were executives in a decisive and/or co-decisive capacity when it comes to capital expenditure in their companies;.
54% of visitors came to drupa with investment intentions;.
29% placed orders at drupa;.
30% of visitors were planning to place orders soon after drupa;.
60% of visitors found new suppliers at the event.
The percentage of visitors for the 2016 event was 16% up on those attending the show in 2012 with 76% of all visitors coming from outside Germany.
After Germany the leading European countries were Italy, France, The Netherlands, and the UK.

5% of all visitors came from India

and 3% from China.
Moreover, this year saw somewhat of a repositioning of drupa with its focus on future themes with a strong growth potential – such as 3D printing, functional printing or packaging printing.
So too the success at the touchpoint stand at drupa in Hall 7a where the dual lecture theme was: what is happening in the world of 3D printing at present with particular reference to the 2D printing and packaging industries?, and how can companies take up and combine 3D technology and innovations into their 2D printing and packaging industries to make themselves even more successful.
Between June 1st and June 9th 3D fab+print organized a series of seventy-five short lectures spread over nine days (June 1st – June 9th).
The list of companies participating was notable: Aviv3D, Blueprinter, Caldera, Canon, Doob, Cohausz & Florack, DWF, Gartner, HP,  Krause – DiMaTec, the IEEE-ISTO Working Group, Massivit, and SDD/AMR Europe.
On the first day of lectures alone, 502 people stopped at some point of the day to listen in, take part, and/or ask questions.
In total at the end of the event more than 3450 visitors to drupa had stopped off to listen and pick up some knowledge at the touchpoint presentation area-  quite an unprecedented number considering this is a first time event.
The major theme of the touchpoint has been has two-fold: firstly, what is happening in the world of 3D printing at the moment with particularly reference to the 2D printing and packaging industries?, and secondly, how can companies take up and combine 3D technology and innovations into their printing and packaging industries to make themselves even more successful than they are now.
All the presentations were short around 15–20 minutes – explaining clearly, and mostly through examples, how 3D printing could best be put to advantage in2D printing businesses.
Presentations were not the only thing taking place at the touchpoint: SDD/AMR Europe also provided workshops in 3D design and printing.
What made participation even more interesting to participants at these workshops was that those who took part also gained the opportunity to win a 3D printer.
If becoming the owner of a 3Ddimensional model of yourself was your thing then it was possible to order one at the Doob stand where there were always a large collection of visitors milling around.
In addition, the law firms Cohausz & Florack and DWF took time to look at and explain some of the legal issues involved  3D printing such as: the Benefits and Legal Challenges of 3D Printing, Intellectual Property Rights, Imitation of Products, Licensing, User-Generated Content, and Technological Standards, etc.
Judging from the reception of the audience there was a clear need for this type of forum with companies particularly eager to delve into the possibilities of combining 3D printing technology into their businesses.
This is certainly not surprising since the profit margins to made from the use of 3D technology at the moment are high.
Undoubtedly, this will change considerably in a few years’ time as more and more companies get on to the bandwagon.
Finally, work without play makes jack a dull boy.
The touchpoint sprang in to fill this gap and provided some interesting network gatherings where visitors could come along and  chat to the touchpoint partners about their businesses in a relaxed social atmosphere over a  drink and a snack.
All in all the touchpoint proved to be a resounding first-time success.
In four years’ time judging from the impact in 2016, additive manufacturing will be very big at drupa 2020.

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