local part of 2022 Online World Series of Poker It’s getting stronger right now WSOP . World Series of Poker.com in Nevada and New Jersey. So far, 23 of 33 WSOPO Gold bracelets have been delivered, with 10,371 entries submitted so far resulting in over $6.7 million in prize money being awarded.
Event 16 – $500 NLH deep pile
The $500 No-Limit Deepstack Hold’em Event It was held on Saturday 1 October. The tournament saw 555 entries, with 386 unique players and 169 re-entries. As a result, the prize pool swelled to $249,750. In the end, the largest share of nearly a quarter of a million dollars in prize money was secured Conor Stewie. Brooklyn, MA resident, got his first bracelet and $45,679
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This was Stuewe’s biggest tournament result so far, surpassing the $33,900 that earned him a 331st place finish in 2021. WSOP . World Series of Poker The main event in Las Vegas. He now has $153,697 in cash under his belt.
A number of big names have made deep tours of the event, including the two-time bracelet winner and world poker tour Champion Tony Dunst (63rd place), WPT Champion and 2012 WSOP . World Series of Poker Two main event runner-up Jesse Silva (61st place) WSOPC Ring winner Jimmy Kerstetter (53rd), two-time bracelet winner Eric Baldwin (36th), three-time bracelet winner Shankar Pillai (28), Chris Brewer (18th), Nick Palma (ninth), JJ Liu (Post VIII), and 2 Kevin Garuchin (II).
Event 17 – $777 NLH “lucky 7s”
$777 ‘Lucky 7s’ No-Limit Hold’em event won Mike Holtz, on the championship WSOP . World Series of Poker.com Winner of the 2021 Player of the Year award for the website. Defeated Ocean City, MD Resident in a field from a total of 564 entries in the tournament to earn $76,157 and first time WSOP . World Series of Poker Gold bracelet.
The win increased Holtz’s winnings recorded in tournaments to over $682,000. This was the largest score yet in his autobiography. He failed to secure his first bracelet for the past year WSOPO Second only to Bradley Robin in the Omaha six-max event with a maximum cap of $600.
Notable personalities joining Holtz at the last few tables include Moreno (Jonny Vibes) (30th), two-time bracelet winner Michael Wand (20), two-time bracelet winner Jeremiah Williams (19), four-time bracelet winner Jeff Madsen (6th). tenth)), and the three-time bracelet winner Matt Matros (eleventh).
Image source: Holtz: PokerNews / Hayley Hochstetler.
Event 18 – $1000 NLH Turbo Dipstick
The action was fast and furious in the $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack event. It took nearly six hours of gameplay to narrow the field of 344 entries for a champ in this fast-paced affair, when the dust settled, Michael Gagliano He was the last player to have chips. The Rockaway of New Jersey earned $62,756 and his second career bracelet as champion.
Gagliano first took gold in 2016, when he closed out a $2,500 No-Limit Hold’em event in the series to earn $448,463. He now has over $2.2 million in recorded tournament earnings, with nearly half of that income WSOP . World Series of Poker events.
The top 48 riders made money in the event, with notable figures such as two-time bracelet winner Martin Zamani (40th), bracelet winner Ryan Laplante (30th), two-time bracelet winner Scott Paul (18th) and most recently online bracelet winner Jesse Loones (8th). th), WPT Jordan Christos (13), Alex Fox (8) and John Riordan (2) all run deep.
|2||John Riordan||45,356 dollars|
|5||Angel Lopez||17,307 dollars|
|6||Ryan Andrada||12,632 USD|
|7||Femi Xuan Ha||$9,226|
Event 19 – $1500 No-Limit Hold’em
Stakes went up to $1,500 for the next No-Limit Hold’em bracelet event. A total of 332 entries were entered at this price point, building a $456,500 prize pool (the largest to date in the domestic segment of the series).
In the end, the bulk of that money was won Jordan Miller , Who got his first bracelet and $96,914 as a champ. Miller was second only to Holtz two days ago for $55,114. These two degrees are the largest and officially the third largest in his career. They helped grow his career earnings to $717,481.
Miller’s second biggest cash came earlier this year, when he ranked 87th in the WSOP . World Series of Poker Main event for $86,000.
The big names who achieved deep success in this event included in 2013 WSOP . World Series of Poker Main event winner Ryan Reese (31), Matt Affleck (28), WPT Champion Matthew Wantman (20), Jeremiah Williams (15), Jesse Lounes (13), bracelet winner Ian Steinman (12) and eight-time WSOPC Ring winner Daniel Bozgon (7th).
|5||Jordan Spurlin||26,705 dollars|
|6||Dean Corrie||19,493 dollars|
|8||Quentin Trammel||10500 dollars|
Event 20 – $500 NLH turbo
Event 20 of WSOPO It was another race to the finish. A total of 479 entries were made in the $500 No-Limit turbo Hold’em, creating a $215,550 prize pool. Mark DiBello He earned $41,579 and his first gold bracelet after just five hours working in the tournament.
This was the biggest score recorded so far for the Las Vegas resident, who squandered the $12,749 he earned as a runner-up at $250. WSOP . World Series of Poker online circuit It happened this spring.
Among those who have survived to the last few tables are two-time bracelet winner Tanner Bhatt (17), Jordan Christos (14), four times WPT Champion Darren Elias (11), Eric Van Oken (10) and Mike Holtz (4).
|9||PAUL SCATORO||3,448 USD|
Event 21 – $600 No-Limit Hold’em Six-Max
Next on the agenda was short-handed NLH issue. The $600 Maximum Six Entry event attracted 448 entries, creating a $241,920 prize pool. The lion’s share of that money was eventually secured Max Coleman who took home $46,666 and the second bracelet of his career as a champion.
Coleman won his first bracelet earlier this year, finishing the $1,500 no-limit low ball event to seven in a series of $127,809. Coleman has now earned over $2.8 million in lifetime tournament earnings to his name, with his biggest result being the $775,000 he earned as the main event champion in River Poker Series in 2015.
Joining Coleman at the last few tables are a number of well-known names, including Mike Zimba (12th), Karina Jett (11th), bracelet winner Thomas Cannolly (ninth), Matthew Paulette (seventh), three-time bracelet winner Ryan Ling (6th), MSPT Venice Champion Jeff Platt (3rd), and two-time bracelet winner Brian Picchuli (2nd).
Event 22 – $500 No-Limit Hold’em “Big 500”
The “Big 500” event saw 462 entries entered at $500 apiece, building a healthy $333,900 prize pool that was split among the top 72 contestants. Matthew Pauletti was victorious in the end, taking his first bracelet and $61,070 after beating last bracelet winner Jesse Loones (second – $44,275) to win the title.
The Berkasy, Pennsylvania resident now owns more than $264,000 in registered exchange funds. His biggest money ever came when he finished 76th in this year’s main event with $101,700. He also has a profile WSOP . World Series of Poker Circuit A ring to his name, after winning the $365 No-Limit Hold’em event in 2017 WSOP . World Series of Poker Harrah Circuit in Atlantic City festival.
There were several bracelet winners that made it to the final table, including Jonathan Dockler (fifth), Brett Apter (fourth), and the aforementioned Launice. Third-placed Taylor Black is the dominant WPT five diamonds The main event champion, who also ceded partypoker 2018 Millions A major North American event for a seven-figure payday. He has earned over $4.2 million in lifetime earnings after his deep run in the event.
Event 23 – $1500 NLH freeze
The last event covered in this feed is the $1500 Limit Hold’em Freeze. A total of 244 players participated, creating a $335,500 wallet. Michael Mercaldo He came out on top in the end, locking up his second bracelet and $68,005 as champ.
Mercaldo won his first piece of WSOP . World Series of Poker Hardware as the 2021 $777 Purchase Event Champion ($123,574). He now has over $457,000 in recorded tournament earnings.
Lots of brilliant players made it to the working end of the event, including Alex Foxen (27), Jeff Platt (20), EPT Vilamoura hero and Australian Millions Main event winner Toby Lewis (ninth), last bracelet winner Jesse Yajinuma (eighth), WPT a hero Orson Young (6), and Matthew Wantman (4).
|6||Orson Young||13,688 dollars|