Dan Sindelar, Chris Moorman, Brad Zusman, David Peters and others have …

Dan Sindelar, Chris Moorman, Brad Zusman, David Peters and others have …

The WSOP Online part for Americans at WSOP.com has ended and today we bring you a final roundup of the World Series tournaments in chronological order. For more reviews in the series, visit the WSOP tag at the top of the page.

July 26: David “dpeters17” Peters wins third WSOP bracelet

This time, the American won $ 7,777 NLH Lucky 7’s, with 113 participants and a prize pool of $ 1,113,927. The win earned David Peters $ 283,939.

David

In the English-speaking community, Peters is considered one of the most successful poker players of our time – today he is in the TOP-10 in the world in terms of the number of prize money in live tournaments (almost $ 35M). It is noteworthy that in June Peters recorded three victories at the US Poker Open at once, receiving more than $ 808K for them – obviously, this experience gave him a good boost of luck, once a month after that he was able to get a World Series bracelet.

$ 7,777 NLH Lucky 7’s Tournament Final Table Payouts

  1. David “dpeters17” Peters $283,940
  2. Charles “CherryHillPd” Hook $175,443
  3. Ryan “protential” Laplante $120,638
  4. Brandon “DrOctagon” Adams $84,547
  5. Joseph “GLOOTIE” Demestrio $60,486
  6. Christopher “Pay_Son” heads of $ 44,780
  7. Crazy “turkmalloy” Hall $ 33,529
  8. Jason “EddieVedder” Koon $25,063

July 26: Erik “8Bracelets” Van Auken triumphed at WSOP

He won the $ 500 NLH The Big 500 Encore for $ 93,626.

Eric VanAuken

$ 500 NLH The Big 500 Encore Final Table Payouts

  1. Eric “8Bracelets” From Auken $ 93,627
  2. Dominick “Flow_Cold” Sarle $57,856
  3. Corey “Corgasm” Paggeot $40,952
  4. Naichang “cncly1314” Chen $29,381
  5. Tomasz “ToMRoX” Trelski $ 21,331
  6. Dean “nikobellic99” Curreri $15,697
  7. Justin “pocketprofit” Wong $11,722
  8. Jacob “tooletime13” Toole $8,855
  9. Jack “Borgia92” McClelland $6,792

July 27: David “lox10” Goldberg wins the $ 1K PLO Championship

An unusual nickname for the Russian ear became the winner of the $ 1000 WSOP Omaha tournament today. Behind him is an elderly offline player from the United States, David Goldberg. His first place prize money was $ 86K.

Based on his hendonmob profile, Goldberg has been playing poker for over 25 years. True, it is difficult to call him a professional – for all this time, his prize money is only $ 179K. Goldberg played his third WSOP.com event today and renewed his career bestcash.

David

Event # 27: $ 1,000 PLO Championship (Final Payouts)

  1. David “lox10” Goldberg – $ 86,440
  2. Todd “Chi.T.420” Sladeck – $ 53,406
  3. Michael BrockLesnar Holts – $ 36,742
  4. Joseph “brandnflowrs” Sanders – $ 25,620
  5. AuntWeesh — $18,316
  6. Chan Wu “Rikishi” Kim – $ 13,544
  7. Andre “RiderStrong” Niffeler – $ 10,131
  8. Blaise “skillz225” Gaspari – $ 7,561

July 28: Daniel “juice” Buzgon for the second time is one step away from a WSOP bracelet

Moreover again in the high roller championship for $ 3,200. In the final 50bb deep, Buzgon didn’t believe in his opponent’s overbet on the river and couldn’t fold top pair without a kicker.

Daniel

Daniel “RiverRats” Lazrus is the $ 3,200 NLH High Roller Championship. With this victory, he designed the best cash game in his career. According to HendonMob, this guy made $ 14K in live tournaments and $ 47.5K online.

Daniel

Also on the final table were three-time WSOP champion David Peters (lost with AA against Buzgon’s AQ); bluffing master Felix Van De Put; $ 1,000 WSOP champion Jeremiah “freestylerr” Williams

# WSOP2021 Finalists Payout $ 3,200 NLH High Roller Championship

  1. Daniel Lazrus – $ 205.3K
  2. Daniel “juice” Buzgon – $ 126.9K
  3. Brett “Metanemesis” Apter – $ 87.2K
  4. Michael “DirtyMike973” Marone – $ 61.1K
  5. David “dpeters17” Peters – 43.7K
  6. Felix “Madenspauwke” Van De Put – $ 32.4K
  7. Jeremiah “freestylerr” Williams – $ 24.2K
  8. James “BOCARATONE” Collopy – $ 18.1K

July 29: “Hit the buttons and won the bracelet” – Chris Moorman wins two-time WSOP champion

The 888poker Ambassador won the $ 800 NLH 8-Max Turbo with 623 entries and earned $ 102,406.

Chris Moorman

This is the second bracelet in Murman’s piggy bank. Murman won his first WSOP trophy on a live streak in 2017 in a $ 3,000 ($ 498,682) NLHE 6-max tournament.

You can congratulate Chris Moorman on the victory in the comments. on twitterwhere he shared a photo of the winning lobby and signed:

Hit a couple of buttons and won a WSOP bracelet tonight. That’s all poker for me!

Event # 29: NLH 8-Max Turbo Deepstack Championship Finalist Payouts

  1. Chris “Robotbob47” Moorman – $ 102K
  2. Matthew “BraceletHUNT” Hunt – $ 63.1K
  3. Patrick “Synesthesia” Alexander – $ 43.1K
  4. «bbert29» — $30K
  5. Philip «Chairman99» Tom – $ 21.2K
  6. JonSnow14 – $ 15.3K
  7. «cakebot» — $11,3K
  8. Jeremy “g00sebumps” Menard – $ 8.4K

July 30: Mitchell “franzia” Halverson pulled a coin for a 100 bb pot and won a WSOP Online bracelet a couple of hands later

Today was the odd finale of the 6-Max Championship at the WSOP. The future winner went heads-up with 50 bb versus 80 bb. The depth was conducive to a long fight, but the franzia doubled in the first hand to win AJs> 55.

After that, it took Halverson 10 minutes of straight play to win his first WSOP gold bracelet and his biggest career prize. Up to this point, the regular has 33 ITMs in WSOP events and $ 112K in live tournament prize money.

Mitchell "Franzia" Halverson

Event # 30 Finalist Payouts: $ 600 NLH 6-Max Championship

  1. Mitchell “Franzia” Halverson – $ 84,057
  2. Joshua «Kenjiboi7» Faris – $ 51,965
  3. Anthony “Nowb3Athat” Spinella – $ 36,363
  4. Nipun “javatini” Java – $ 25,834
  5. James “Danfriel” Gilbert – $ 18,604
  6. Drew “dudeguydrew” O’Connell – $ 13,615

July 31: Family man Brad “1badcajun” Zusman wins first WSOP bracelet

The American has been playing poker for over 10 years, but has not had a documented winnings above $ 17K. Today he won his first WSOP gold bracelet and renewed his $ 79K bestcash.

Brad "1badcajun" Zusman

The final table for Zusman was tough – he played, as they say, “at his fingertips” – he went almost all the time at the end of the chip account, only doubled up and merged chips again. He became the chip leader in 4-max when he ran over his opponent with Q9> AJ and then doubled again against another A7> KJ. They all had shallow stacks, so after that point the game was over in 15 minutes.

Event # 31 Finalist Payout: $ 500 NLH Summer Saver

  1. Brad “1badcajun” Zusman (Brad “1badcajun” Zusman) – $ 79,683
  2. Mark “victb” Ioli – $ 49,270
  3. Josh «YoelRomero» King – $ 34,704
  4. Jeff “bortzork” Miller – $ 24,759
  5. Jason “TheBigGift” Gooch – $ 17,909
  6. Orson «borgatcha» Young – $ 13,122
  7. KerriP — $9,780
  8. Jeremy “g00sebumps” Menard – $ 7,386
  9. David “dave419” Nodes – $ 5,653

August 1: Jason “jayriv” Rivkin qualified for WSOP via $ 50 satellite and won $ 90,811

… however, he did not get the gold bracelet, as he took second place. We’ll have to be content with only prohibitive ROI.

Drew “dudeguydrew” O’Connell is the winner of today’s WSOP $ 1000 NLH Championship for $ 140,893.

Drew "dudeguydrew" O'Connell

This year, the American is doing well in the events of the World Series. In March, he successfully competed at the WSOP Circuit online stage, where he won the first gold ring. And a couple of days ago, he finished his first WSOP Online final this season – 6th in the 6-Max Championship event.

Event # 32 Finalist Payouts: $ 1,000 NLH Championship

  1. Drew “dudeguydrew” O’Connell – $ 146,893
  2. Jason “jayriv” Rivkin – $ 90,811
  3. Felix “madenspauwke” Vandeput – $ 63,545
  4. Alex “OrcinusOrca” Foxen – $ 45,147
  5. Kahir “Nahumus” Nahum – $ 32,512
  6. Dan “omg its dan” Gallegos – $ 23,793
  7. Michael “annie ru ok” Trivett – $ 17,660
  8. Kyle “Kpcp22” Phillips – $ 13,300
  9. Millard “meekmill” Hale – $ 10,197

Five Facts About $ 500 Grand Finale WSOP Online Champion Daniel Sindelar

Dan “Feeltheflow” Sindelar won the last tournament on the WSOP Online $ 500 NLH Grand Finale. The event collected 2,024 entries and broke the # WSOP2021 attendance record.

And "Feeltheflow" Sindelar

After 12 hours of play, Sindelar finally got the championship bracelet. This guy really deserves it:

  • Dan Sindelar – Raised in Omaha, Nebraska. His favorite game is Omaha.
  • Has been playing poker since high school. At 22 he moved to Vegas. Now he is 38.
  • In this series, he became a run-up Event # 12: $ 500 NLH Turbo Deepstack ($ 51,527).
  • Has made over 100 cash in WSOP and WSOPC tournaments, but has not won a bracelet or ring. Earned over $ 1.8M in World Series tournaments.
  • In 2014 he became a member of November Nine. Then Martin Jacobson won, and Dan Sindelar finished in seventh place for the best cash of his career ($ 1.2M).

WSOP Online Event # 33 Finalist Payout: $ 500 NLH Grand Finale

  1. Dan Sindelar’s “Feeltheflow” – $ 159.1K
  2. Stanley “stanman420” Lee – $ 98.4K
  3. Fred “staeks” Lee – $ 71.5K
  4. Guy “PhilLaak” Dunlap – $ 52.4K
  5. Drew “casualcarl” Gonzalez – $ 38.8K
  6. chuckybrown9 — $29K
  7. Konrad “KerriP” Simpson – $ 21.9K
  8. Anna “Dusty4” Antimony – $ 16.7K
  9. Dan “omg_its_dan” Gallegos – $ 12.9K

A total of 33 bracelets were drawn for Americans at the WSOP Online. Nobody could win more than one. Now all the attention will be on GGPOKEROK, which will host the WSOP Online series for the rest of the world.

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