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  1. An exciting final table saw David Peters win World Series of Poker Online Event #25 ($7,777 NLHE Lucky 7's) and the $283,939 top prize after a decorated group of players produced a fast-paced finish. With four of the final eight already bracelet winners, the victory gave Peters his third WSOP bracelet as one of poker’s quiet greats further established his stellar reputation. Peters led the field into the final table and was the only player to have more than one million chips at that time, and it was another big name who busted first. Jason Koon was eliminated when his all-in from the sm
  2. The latest World Series of Poker Online bracelet event produced a fast-paced final table as Bradley Ruben took down Event #21 ($600 Pot Limit Omaha Six-Handed). After a heads-up victory against Michael Holtz, Ruben won the $69,148 top prize to claim his second WSOP bracelet and deny the final table chip leader Holtz a maiden victory. With nine players left, Holtz was dominating not just his table but the tournament, sitting with 2.7 million chips. Only Ruben held over a million chips at that stage, with Holtz’s dominance typified by his elimination of Kijoon Park in 10th place. Park’s [
  3. One of the biggest prize pools so far of the 2021 World Series of Poker Online took place Tuesday night into Wednesday morning as Event #20 ($3,200 NLHE High Roller) was won by Sang Lee after a thrilling final table went to the wire with some of the best poker players around duking it out for their first bracelet. Lee took the title to win his maiden WSOP bracelet after defeating Daniel Buzgon heads up in an epic duel for the gold. The eight-handed final table began with Lee in a great position to dominate proceedings, sitting on 1.7 million chips, some distance ahead of his nearest cha
  4. Monday Night's World Series of Poker Online event saw an exciting climax crown Martin Zamani as the new bracelet winner in WSOP Online Event #19 ($888-entry Pot Limit Omaha Crazy Eights). Zamani claimed the win at the expense of Shawn Stroke, but that only tells half the story of an incredible ending to what was a fast-paced PLO final table. Heading into the final table, a dominant Zamani led the players from three tables to one. Zamani had been leapfrogged into the lead, however, by the man who was the reason that only seven rather than eight players made the final table - Stroke. S
  5. After an exciting final table, the World Series of Poker Online Series Event #18 ($1,000 NLHE North American Open), was won by James Gilbert after he took control of a stellar final table to sweep to victory and claim his first-ever WSOP gold bracelet, along with the top prize of $137,569. Heading into the final table, Landon Tice held a considerable chip lead, his 4.9 million chips dwarfing his nearest challenger, Tony Dunst with 3.9 million. While not one of the shortest stacks, Daniel Dagostino needed to chip up to stand a chance of threatening the podium paces, but instead, he depar
  6. Gionni Demers toppled former World Series of Poker bracelet winner David Williams heads up to win the $90,023 and claim his first-ever WSOP gold bracelet in Event #14 ($500 NLHE) of the 2021 WSOP Online. Demers dominated the second half of the final table to close out a memorable victory in fine style. Heading into the final table, Samantha Lake held a big chip lead, with her stack of four million chips dwarfing those held by the talented trio of Shankar Pillai (2.45 million), Demers (2.4m) and Williams (2m). With the likes of Ethan Yau, Philip Shing and Jonas Wexler all hoping to come
  7. Ryan Leng started the final table of World Series of Poker Online Series Event #13 ($1,000 NLHE Freezeout) with just 13 big blinds but turned his luck around to take home his second WSOP bracelet and add another $108,654 to his poker earnings in a thrilling final table. Heading into the final table, former bracelet winner Raman Afansenka who led the way, with 2.4 million chips, a big blind ahead of Carmine Ciccone. Sitting middle of the field, Leng had a lot of work to do, but it was another player from the chasing pack who busted first. Moving all-in from the big blind for 18 big bl
  8. In the early hours of Tuesday morning, Bryan Piccioli took down the World Series of Poker Online Event #12 ($500 Turbo Deepstack) for $83,332 and in doing so, captured his second gold WSOP bracelet. At the final table, Piccioli was one of no less than four players from previous WSOP Main Event final tables and got the better of some of the best in the business to strike gold. The final table began in quick fashion, reflecting the tournament overall, which took just seven hours to complete. Darren Elias opened to double the big blind from the hijack with [poker card="Ks"][poker card="8s"
  9. The latest World Series of Poker Online Event, Event #11 ($400 NLHE Ultra Deepstack), was won by Vijay Para for his first-ever WSOP bracelet. The victory took place in the early hours of Monday morning after a thrilling event which saw Felix Vandeput beaten after an epic heads-up battle for the $86,210 top prize. Heading into the final table, it was WSOP bracelet winner Anthony Spinella who held a marginal lead over Para and Vandeput as play began. The rest of the field may have been chasing hard, but two-time bracelet winner Anthony Zinno and Alex Rocha were closest to the leaders, with
  10. The latest World Series of Poker Online event featured a see-saw heads-up battle end a dramatic final table as Michael Mercaldo won his first-ever WSOP bracelet at the expense of James Anderson in the WSOP Event #7 ($777 NLHE Lucky Sevens). Going into the final table, Anderson held a lead over the field with Mercaldo one of several strong players in the chasing pack. Krista ‘Pollux’ Gifford was the first player to depart, moving all-in for five big blinds over Anderson’s opening bet. Gifford had [poker card="Kh"][poker card="9h"] but was way behind Anderson’s [poker card="Kd"][poker car
  11. The latest World Series of Poker bracelet was won by a dominant Tyler Denson on Wednesday morning as an exciting, but one-sided, final table played out in Event #6 ($2,000 NLHE Deepstack) of the 2021 WSOP Online. Going into the final table, the chip stacks were tight at the top of the leaderboard as Denson, Jeffrey ‘PlusEv905’ Schwartz, and Demetrios ‘GOGGINS’ Petrou were jostling for position, each of those three players above two million chips but shy of three million, with Denson holding a slim lead over the field. One player who had the opposite of a large chip stack, however, wa
  12. In the early hours of Tuesday morning, Jeremiah ‘freestylerr’ Williams took down Event #5 ($1,000 NLHE Eight-Max) of the 2021 World Series of Poker Online for his first-ever WSOP bracelet and the $139,600 top prize, beating ‘Vegasbroke’ heads-up after the latter had dominated much of the final table. Just eight players kicked off the final table action and it was Kevin ‘vamonospest’ Lutz who was first to lose his seat. He was all-in for eight big blinds from late position with [poker card="jh"][poker card="9h"] pre-flop but was called by ‘Vegasbroke’ on the button with [poker card="Ac"]
  13. Sunday night saw 608 unique entries and 242 re-buys in the World Series of Poker Online Event #4 ($500 No-Limit Hold'em Super Turbo) and after those 850 entries were whittled down to a winner, it was ‘Steelvikes7’ who won the $73,861 top prize. With a $382,500 prize pool giving everyone a chance of celebrating a big win as the Independence Day fireworks lit up the Nevada skyline, the Super Turbo structure saw the action kick off in dramatic fashion. A total of 143 players made the money and it was Galen Hall who busted 'Retilt' on the money bubble, prompting a flurry of exits. A stac
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