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  1. Two summers ago, Frank Crivello got oh so close to winning what would have been his first career World Series of Poker bracelet in an online event, finishing in fifth place in the $3,200 Online High Roller event. Presented with an opportunity to secure the jewelry on Saturday in a 2020 WSOP Online event, Crivello didn't disappoint. The San Diego resident outlasted 830 other players to win Event #53 ($800 Double Stack Pot Limit Omaha) for $106,252.72 and that highly coveted WSOP bracelet. It took roughly thirty minutes into the final table for the first player to fall. Crivello put in a m
  2. From 5,802 entries over 23 total flights in the 2020 World Series of Poker Online Main Event, former #1-ranked PocketFiver Bryan Piccioli holds the chip lead heading into Day 3 action. Just 38 of the 1,145 players who started Day 2 managed to work their way through Sunday's play. Piccioli, who held down the #1 spot on PocketFives for two weeks in May 2011, finished Day 2 with 18,417,494 and more than 2.5 million more than any other player. The 38 players will return to the felt on Saturday to play down to a winner. Thanks to the record-setting turnout, the prize pool swelled to $27,559,5
  3. Malaysian-born Andy Hun Wei Lee beat out 970 other entries to win World Series of Poker Online Event #37 ($1,050 Bounty Pot Limit Omaha) to earn $161,886 and become the third player from his home country to win a WSOP bracelet. Lee had all the chips at the end of the final table, but the early gooing consisted almost entirely of Craig Timmis playing the role of bounty hunter on his way to eliminating the first four players. Shortly after the final table began, Timmis opened to 200,000 from the hijack before Alex Difelice raised to 750,000 from the button. Timmis bet 1,300,000 and Difelic
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