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‘WhatIfGod’ Goes Back-to-Back, Wins EPT Online Main Event for $363K

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An action-packed final table saw Swedish player ‘WhatIfGod’ win the PokerStars 2021 EPT Online Main Event for a top prize of $363,641 as a back-to-back victory was sealed with a superb heads-up victory over the former PSPC champion and overnight chip leader Ramon Colillas. Coming into play third in chips behind both Colillas and German crusher Christian Rudolph, ‘WhatIfGod’ roared through the field to win the same title he claimed back in 2020 for a remarkable back-to-back victory.

Czech Republic’s Josef Gulas Jr. Wins World Series of Poker Europe Main Event for €1.2M

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The Czech Republic’s Josef Gulas Jr. outlasted French high roller Johan Guilbert to win the World Series of Poker Europe Main Event title and €1,276,712 ($1,448,289) first-place prize at King’s Casino in Rozvadov on Wednesday Night.

WSOP 2021: Michael Addamo Wins $100,000 High Roller for $1.95m, Boris Kolev Closes Out Rio WSOP with Maiden Victory

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After two more tournaments closed out the 2021 World Series of Poker, there was late drama across the Rio. Michael Addamo claimed the High Roller victory that confirms 2021 as the ‘Year of Addamo’, Boris Kolev won his first-ever bracelet and there was late drama in the WSOP Player of the Year race, which was over, not over, then done for good.

WSOP 2021: Josh Arieh Wins WSOP Player of the Year, Michael Addamo Leads $100,000 High Roller Final Table

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[Editor’s Note: At the time that this article was written, it had been announced that Josh Arieh had clinched the 2021 WSOP Player of the Year title. However, an online tournament result had not yet been included, leaving open the possibility for Ben Yu to win the POY on the last day of the series. We are leaving the article as written and today’s events will be reflected in tomorrow’s recap.]

On a dramatic final day of the race to become WSOP Player of the Year, Josh Arieh finally saw off the dogged challenge of Phil Hellmuth as Arieh, a two-time WSOP bracelet winner in 2021 and four-time bracelet holder in his career, earned the coveted title of 2021 WSOP Player of the Year.

In additional action, the final high roller of the series found a familiar name at the top of the leaderboard as Michael Addamo took charge of the $100K NLHE headed into the final day of the series.

WSOP 2021: Leo Margets Closes The Closer, Mikita Badziakouski Takes High Roller Title

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A fantastic day of action in the World Series of Poker saw three bracelets won by first-time winners as well as the first day of action in the $100,000 NLHE High Roller. Leo Margets was the first female player to win an open bracelet in the 2021 World Series of Poker as she closed out The Closer, winning $376,000 and claiming a maiden bracelet.

WSOP 2021: Adrian Mateos Scoops Fourth Bracelet, Ausmus Ousts Hellmuth and Negreanu for PLO Crown

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A dramatic day at the felt in two big tournaments saw history made inside the Rio Hotel & Casino as two more WSOP bracelets were won in two of the biggest tournaments of the Autumn.

WSOP 2021: Benny Glaser Wins Fourth WSOP Bracelet, Ole Schemion Captures First Crown

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British mixed game specialist Benny Glaser won his fourth WSOP bracelet of a career defined by his World Series of Poker greatness as he closed out the heads-up battle to seal victory in the $10,000-entry Razz Championship.

WSOP 2021: Michael Addamo Leads $250K Super High Roller, $10K Razz Down To Heads-Up

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Mixed game specialist Benny Glaser had struck out on a few occasions during the 2021 World Series of Poker. After consistently putting himself in the position to dominate in the mixed game events he knows so well, however, the British player is just one player from victory in the $10,000 Razz Championship at the Rio in Las Vegas.

WSOP 2021: Poker World Celebrates Koray Aldemir’s Main Event Title, Two More WSOP Bracelets Won

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Koray Aldemir, the 2021 World Series of Poker Main Event world champion, sits on top of the poker world this morning after the result of his career saw him win the $8 million top prize in the Las Vegas spectacular earlier today.

WSOP 2021: Koray Aldemir Leads Final Three in Main Event; Brian Hastings Wins Fifth Bracelet

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After Day 8 of the WSOP Main Event, overnight chip leader and German poker professional Koray Aldemir leads the final three players in their quest for the $8 million top prize. With a massive lead, Aldemir sits ahead of British pro Jack Oliver and George Holmes as the final day of this year’s Rio showstopper looms.

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