2021 WSOP Online [International] $10K Heads Up final four: Adrian Mateos, Arthur Conan, Aleksejs Ponakovs, Daniel Soltys; Day 1 recap

The latest bracelet event to heat up the virtual arena was the WSOP #15: $10K Heads Up NLH Championship. Due to its high demand, the 128 player cap was doubled. 161 players signed up for another seven figure prize pool worth US$ 1,561,700. Day 1 concluded at the final four: Adrian Mateos, Arthur Conan, Aleksejs Ponakovs, and Daniel Soltys. Check out our event recap, updated N8 leaderboards, and other festival stats down below.  

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Final 4: WSOP #15: $10K Heads Up NLH Championship

Star studded lineup at the $10K Heads Up NLH Championship as live and online pros filled the virtual tables. 161 was the final count with the top 16 players guaranteed a piece of the US$ 1,561,700 prize pool. Just over 10.5 hours, the final four was established namely, triple bracelet winner Adrian Mateos, triple WPT High Roller champion Arthur Conan, 2020 WSOP Online $25K Poker Player Championship 4th placer Aleksejs Ponakovs, and USA’s Daniel Soltys

Coming final day, Mateos will be favored having won this event back in 2017. Conan has also posted a heads up result with a 3rd place finish at the 2016 WSOP International Circuit Montmartre. He has been running strong with a 4th place finish at recently concluded WSOP #14: THE BIG 500. The game resumes on September 4 and will stream live on GGPoker.TV. When they return, each one is guaranteed US$ 155,389 but the goal will be for the bracelet and the US$ 466,167 top prize. 

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Finalist run

Spain’s Adrian Mateos earned his spot in the semi finals by beating out five players. 

Round 1: BYE
Round 2: Bryan Micon
Round 3: Lucas Reeves 
Round 4: Roland Rokita 
Final 16: Mirza Muhovic 
Final 8: Vlad Stefan Lache

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French pro Arthur Conan earned his spot in the semi finals by beating out five players. 

Round 1: BYE 
Round 2: Shota Hirao 
Round 3: Ben Baruch Maya 
Round 4: Roman Hrabec
Final 16: Stuart Wallensteen 
Final 8: Miguel Capriles

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Latvia’s Aleksejs Ponakovs earned his spot in the semi finals by beating out five players. 

Round 1: BYE 
Round 2: Blaz Zerjav 
Round 3: Daniel Smith
Round 4: Renan Carlos Bruschi
Final 16: Yen Liang Yao
Final 8: Aliaksei Boika

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USA’s Daniel Soltys was last to advance to the semi finals. He also earned his spot in the semi finals by beating out five players. 

Round 1: BYE 
Round 2: Tamas Adamszki 
Round 3: Francisco Benitez
Round 4: Feng Chen
Final 16: Joakim Andersson 
Final 8: Max Kruse

Day 1: August 21
Buy in: US$ 10,000
Players: 161
Prize pool: US$ 1,561,700
ITM: 16 places
Final day: September 4

Final 4 payouts
1st US$ 466,167
2nd US$ 279,700
3rd US$ 155,389
4th US$ 155,389

Event recap

ROUND 1 – 66 players competed, 95 BYE

With 161 players at the kick off, 66 players battled at round 1 and 95 players sat out. 33 advanced to round 2 which included Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier, Daniel Negreanu, Justin Bonomo, Michael Watson, Brunno Botteon, and Joakim Andersson. Among the players unable to clear their first challenge were Xuming Qi, Joao Vieira, Joao Simao, Manig Loeser, and Kosei Ichinose. Full list provided below. 

Affif Prado def. Ranno Sootla
Benjamin Tollerene def. Ottomar ladva
Bernard Larabi def. David Yan
Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier def. Daniyar Aubakirov
Blaz Zerjav def. Mauricio Ferreira Pais
Brunno Botteon def. Guillaume Nolet
Csaba Hegedus def. Mark Herm 
Daniel Negreanu def. Xuming Qi
Feng Chen def. Zoltan Schmidt
Francisco Benitez def. Anton Morgentstern
Giovanni Zanette def. Fyodor Shatokhin  
Galen Hall def. Kyudam Kim
Gergo Kozenkai def. Leonid Yanovski
Igor Grigoriev def. Joao Vieira

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Joakim Andersson def. Ismet Toktas
Jun Obara def. Eric Mattsson
Justin Bonomo def. Rainer Kempe 
Lucas Reeves def. Matthew Hyman
Martijn Gerrits def. Lev Gottlieb
Mateus Carrion def. Moraes def. Yuri Dzivielevski
Mateusz Wozniak def. Tsugunari Toma
Michael Watson def. Joao Simao
Murilo Milhomem def. Yingui Li
Paulo Goncalves def. Manig Loeser
Ryan Otto def. Bill Perkins
Rui Neves Ferreira def. Rahul Byrraju
Sami Kelopuro def. Alexey Zelentsov
Shan Huang def. Sorel Jay Mizzi 
Siarhei Shunkin def. Wenjie Huang
Taisto Janter def. Morten Klein
Viktor Kudinov def. Sechariah Sheng Quek
Vlad Stefan Lache def. Jareth East 
Wiktor Malinowski def. Kosei Ichinose

ROUND 2 – 128 players

Round 2 opened with the 95 sit outs merging with the 33 round 1 winners for 128 players. Thirteen Round 1 qualifiers survived this round. Among the players unable to clear their first challenge were Michael Addamo, David Peters, Wei Zhao, and Hinojas Jerome. Full list provided below. 

Michael Watson def. Dmitry Yurasov
Daniel Negreanu def. Murilo Milhomem
Sami Kelopuro def. Affif Prado
Joakim Andersson def. Mikhail Shalamov
Jun Obara def. David Szep
Lucas Reeves def. Gabor Szabo
Viktor Kudinov def. Daniel Smiljkovic
Vlad Stefan Lache def. Juan Pardo Dominguez
Feng Chen def. Artur Martirosian
Ryan Otto def. Wiktor Malinowski
Bernard Larabi def. Giovanni Zanette
Csaba Hegedus def. Dan Bilzerian 
Francisco Benitez def. Yuki Nishide

Other advancing payers were: 

Adam Graeser def. Mario Mosboeck
Adria Diaz Dalmau def. Thomas Muehloecker
Adrian Mateos def. Bryan Micon
Aleksejs Ponakovs def. Blaz Zerjav
Aleksey Borovkov def. Wei Zhao
Aliaksei Davidovich def. Michael Addamo
Aliaksei Boika def. Mateus Carrion de Moraes
Arthur Conan def. Shota Hirao
Barak Wisbrod def. Jacob Daniels
Ben Baruch Maya def. Mateusz Wozniak
Carlos Chadha Villamarin def. Olli Roos
Christodoulos Christodoulou def. George Wolff
Christopher Kruk def. Hinojas Jerome
Chunlei Zhou def. Keiko Ono
Daniel Dvoress def. Paulo Goncalves
Daniel Soltys def. Tamas Adamszki
Daniel Smith def. Tamon Nakamura
Edvinas Obolenis def. Galen Hall
Fedor Holz def. Shan Huang
Georgi Sandev def. Thorel Jean Noel
Giuseppe Dario Sammartino def. Igor Grigoriev
Henri Puustinen def, Vyacheslav Trushkin
Ioannis Angelou Konstas def. Dorel Eldabach

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James Chen def. Benjamin Tollerene
Jason Koon def. Isaac Haxton
Juan Carlos Vecino Duenas def. Felipe Ramos
Julian Gay def. Gergo Turcsanyi
Jorma Nuutinen def. Justin Bonomo
Julien Martini def. Felipe Fontoura Ketzer
Konstantin Maslak def. Gergo Kozenkai
Max Kruse def. Belarmino De Souza
Miguel Capriles def. Hagop Ketendijian
Mirza Muhovic def. Andy Tsai 
Motoyoshi Okamura def. Anatoly Filatov
Niklas Astedt def. Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier
Niko Koop def. Brunno Botteon
Oleg Pritsker def. Mark Radoja
Renan Carlos Bruschi def. Kevin Rabichow 
Roland Rokita def. Marius Gierse
Roman Emelyanov def, Lachezar Petkov
Roman Hrabec def. David Peters
Sam Greenwood def. Teruhisa Aoyama
Sosia Jiang def. Alireza Fatehi
Stuart Wallensteen def. David Laka
Taisto Janter def. Stefan Burakov
Tarun Goyal def. Martijn Gerrits
Thomas Alexandre Cazayous def. Stoyan Madanzhiev
Tomasz Panek def. Vladimir Levashkin
Vicent Bosca def. Siarhei Shunkin 
Yen Liang Yao def. Rui Neves Ferreira
Zhen Cai def. Helio Neves Neto 

ROUND 3 – 64 players

Out of the thirteen Round 1 players in this round, only 8 advanced to the next stage. Among the fallen was Daniel Negreanu whose pocket Tens fell to Sami Kelopuro’s pocket Jacks.

Sami Kelopuro def. Daniel Negreanu
Vlad Stefan Lache def. Adam Graeser
Feng Chen def. Aliaksei Davidovich 
Ryan Otto def. Barak Wisbrod
Bernard Larabi def. Julian Gay
Viktor Kudonov def. Oleg Pritsker
Joakim Andersson def. Giuseppe Dario Sammartino
Michael Watson def. Vicent Bosca

Other advancing payers were: 

Adrian Mateos def. Ioanni Angelou Konstas
Aleksejs Ponakovs def. Daniel Smith
Aliaksei Boika def. Aleksey Borovkov 
Arthur Conan def. Ben Baruch Maya
Carlos Chadha Villamarin def. Csaba Hegedus
Daniel Dvoress def. James Chen
Daniel Soltys def. Francisco Benitez
Fedor Holz def. Christopher Kruk 
Jorma Nuutinen def. Chunlei Zhou
Konstantin Maslak def. Tarun Goyal
Max Kruse def. Edvinas Obolenis
Miguel Capriles def. Tomasz Panek
Mirza Muhovic def. Lucas Reeves
Niklas Astedt def. Henri Puustinen
Niko Koop vs Sam Greenwood
Renan Carlos Bruschi def. Zhen Cai
Roland Rokita def. Jason Koon
Roman Emelyanov def. Motoyoshi Okamura 
Roman Hrabec def. Julien Martini 
Sosia Jiang def. Adria Diaz Dalmau 
Stefan Burakov def. Christodoulos Christodoulou
Stuart Wallensteen def. Jun Obara
Thomas Alexandre Cazayous def. Juan Carlos Vecino Duenas
Yen Liang Yao def. Georgi Sandev

ROUND 4 – 32 players

Out of the eight remaining Round 1 players still in the mix, four survived this round. Among the fallen were Ryan Otto who was axed by Niklas Astedt, and Fedor Holz who was unable to overcome Yen Liang Yao. Full list provided below. 

Joakim Andersson def. Konstantin Maslak
Michael Watson def. Thomas Alexandre Cazayous
Sami Kelopuro def. Jorma Nuutinen 
Vlad Stefan Lache def. Stefan Burakov

Adrian Mateos def. Roman Emelyanov 
Aleksejs Ponakovs def. Renan Carlos Bruschi
Aliaksei Boika def Niko Koop
Arthur Conan vs Roman Hrabec
Carlos Chadha Villamarin def. Viktor Kudinov
Daniel Soltys def. Feng Chen
Max Kruse def. Bernard Larabi 
Miguel Capriles def. Sosia Jiang
Mirza Muhovic def. Roland Rokita
Niklas Astedt def. Ryan Otto
Stuart Wallensteen def. Daniel Dvoress
Yen Liang Yao def. Fedor Holz

ROUND 5 – Top 16 – ITM

With the last 16 players decided, each one was guaranteed a piece of the pot. The round closed with Vlad Stefan Lache as the only player all the way from Round 1 to reach the quarters; he drained Sami Kelopuro. Also among the misses were Michael Watson who fell to Aliaksei Boika, and Swedish online pro Niklas Astedt who was knocked out by Miguel Capriles.

Daniel Soltys def. Joakim Andersson
Aleksejs Ponakovs def. Yen Liang Yao
Aliaksei Boika def. Michael Watson
Vlad Stefan Lache def. Sami Kelopuro
Miguel Capriles def. Niklas Astedt
Arthur Conan def. Stuart Wallensteen
Max Kruse def. Carlos Chadha Villamarin
Adrian Mateos def. Mirza Muhovic

Payouts
9th Mirza Muhovic – Luxembourg – US$ 31,077
10th Carlos Chadha Villamarin – Canada – US$ 31,077
11th Stuart Wallensteen – Canada – US$ 31,077
12th Niklas Astedt – Norway – US$ 31,077
13th Sami Kelopuro – Finland – US$ 31,077
14th Michael Watson – Canada – US$ 31,077
15th Yen Liang Yao – Taiwan – US$ 31,077
16th Joakim Andersson – Sweden – US$ 31,077

ROUND 6 – Quarter Finals

Arthur Conan def. Miguel Capriles
Adrian Mateos def. Vlad Stefan Lache
Aleksejs Ponakovs def. Aliaksei Boika
Daniel Soltys def. Max Kruse

Payouts
5th Max Kruse – Germany – US$ 62,155
6th Aliaksei Boika – Russia – US$ 62,155
7th Vlad Stefan Lache – Romania – US$ 62,155
8th Miguel Capriles – Venezuela – US$ 62,155

Events this week + MAIN EVENT

If you are just tuning in, the 2021 World Series of Poker Online [International] has been well underway since August 1 at online platform Natural8 [GG Network]. The 43 day festival boasts US$ 53+ Million in guaranteed prize pools. To date, over US$ 32.7 Million has been paid out with 12 out of 15 events pulling in seven figures. 18 gold bracelets are still up for grabs and plenty of cash with games running until September 12. 

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For players signed up on Natural8, expect plenty of added perks amounting to US$ 400,000 in exclusive prizes. Champions Joao Simao, Eduardo Augusto Pires, and Vincas “seimininkas” Tamasauskas have all won one of the N8 Team Bling US$ 10,000 Sponsorship Packages. You can read up on those perks at the bottom of the page or via this link: 

Natural8 offers $400,000 incentive to play 2021 WSOP Online

As the series enters its last half,  the MAIN EVENT gets underway with 17 qualifying heats leading up to the final day on September 5. Last year, this event generated a massive 5,802 entries for a record breaking US$ 27,559,000 online tournament prize pool. This year’s edition will see the buy in remain at US$ 5,000 with a US$ 20,000,000 guarantee in tow. Only three Day 1 buy ins maximum permitted per player and same day re-entry is not allowed. 

Another phased event running alongside is the COLOSSUS with 16 qualifying heats leading up to the final day on August 29. Buy in is US$ 400. Last year amassed 12,757 entries for a US$ 4.7 Million prize pool. 

August 22 to September 5:  WSOP #27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship, $20 Million GTD – Day 1 flights currently running
August 22 to 29: WSOP #22: $400 COLOSSUS, $3 Million GTD – Day 1 flights currently running
August 24: WSOP #18: $5,000 Short Deck Championship [3-stack]
August 26: WSOP #19: $840 6 Handed Bounty No Limit Hold’em
August 28: WSOP # 20: $1,500 MONSTER STACK  NLH [Freezeout]
August 29: WSOP #21: $25,000 Super High Roller Championship NLH, $5 Million GTD

2021 WSOP Online bracelet events stats

WSOP #1 – #15 prize pool: US$ 33,782,274
Cumulative entries: 62,279
Largest phased field: WSOP #1: $50 The Return NLH – 30,810 entries
Largest one day entry field: WSOP #5: $315 Bounty Deepstack NLH – 2,989 entries
Biggest pot (phased): WSOP #7: $1,500 MILLIONAIRE MAKER NLH – US$ 7,747,725
Biggest pot (single day entry): WSOP #12: $10,000 Super MILLION$ High Roller NLH – US$ 6,052,800
Smallest field:WSOP #3: $2500 Limit Hold’em Championship – 180 entries
Smallest pot: WSOP #9: $400 DOUBLE CHANCE PLO – US$ 366,600
First time bracelet winners: 11
Largest payout: WSOP #7: $1,500 MILLIONAIRE MAKER NLH – Eduardo Pires – US$ 1,384,013

2021 WSOP Online champions

WSOP #1: $50 The Return NLH – Bartlomiej “Chester20o” Swieboda – Poland – US$ 161,110
WSOP #2: $1,111 Caesars Cares Charity Event – Joao Simao – Brazil – US$ 206,075
WSOP #3: $2500 Limit Hold’em Championship – Nicolo Molinelli – Italy – US$ 88,461
WSOP #4: $800 DOUBLE CHANCE NLH – Thiago “IneedWasabi” Macedo – Brazil – US$ 161,636
WSOP #5: $315 Bounty Deepstack No Limit Hold’em – Kacper Pyzara – Poland – US$ 79,789
WSOP #6: $200 FLIP & GO No Limit Hold’em – Georgios Sotiropoulos – Greece – US$ 117,022
WSOP #7: $1,500 MILLIONAIRE MAKER NLH – Eduardo Pires – Brazil – US$ 1,384,013
WSOP #8: $5,000 6-Handed NLH Championship – Daniel Smiljkovic – Germany – US$ 423,426
WSOP #9: $525 Superstack Turbo Bounty NLH – Lucio “WizardOfAz” Lima – US$ 91,204
WSOP #10: $400 DOUBLE CHANCE PLO – Roland “Quina Quen” Czika – Hungary – US$ 55,369
WSOP #11: $10,000 Super MILLION$ High Roller – Erik Seidel – USA – US$ 977,842
WSOP #12: $1,000 DOUBLE STACK No Limit Hold’em – Keunwoo “POLALIFE!” Lee – Korea – US$ 635,575
WSOP #13: $5,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship – Vincas “seimininkas” Tamasauskas – Lithuania – US$ 268,926
WSOP #14: $500 THE BIG 500 – Renan Carlos Bruschi – Brazil – US$ 150,326

Ninth career bracelet won

Erik Seidel – USA – WSOP #11: $10,000 Super MILLION$ High Roller

Second career bracelet won

Nicolo Molinelli – WSOP #3: $2500 Limit Hold’em Championship
Georgios Manousos Sotiropoulos – WSOP #6: $200 FLIP & GO No Limit Hold’em

Multiple final tables

Stanislav Kuvaev 
8th – WSOP #3: $2,500 Limit Hold’em Championship
5th – WSOP #9: $525 Superstack Turbo Bounty NLH 

Renan Carlos Bruschi 
2nd – WSOP #3: $2500 Limit Hold’em Championship
1st – WSOP #14: $500 THE BIG 500 

David “MPEW299” Wang 
5th – WSOP #13: $5,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship
8th – WSOP #14: $500 THE BIG 500 

Bracelets by Country

Brazil – 5
Poland – 2
Italy – 1 
Greece – 1 
Germany – 1
Hungary – 1 
Korea – 1
USA – 1
Lithuania – 1

Seven figure prize pools

WSOP #1: $50 The Return NLH – US$ 1,417,260
WSOP #2: Caesars Cares Charity Event  – US$ 1,759,824
WSOP #4: $800 Double Chance NLH – US$ 1,248,680
WSOP #6: $200 FLIP & GO No Limit Hold’em – US$ 1,209,920
WSOP #7: $1,500 MILLIONAIRE MAKER NLH – US$ 7,747,725
WSOP #8: $5,000 6-Handed NLH Championship – US$ 2,275,250
WSOP #9: $525 Superstack Turbo Bounty NLH – US$ 1,114,500
WSOP #11: $1,000 DOUBLE CHANCE NLH – US$ 5,599,300
WSOP #12: $10,000 Super MILLION$ High Roller NLH – US$ 6,052,800
WSOP #13: $5,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship – US$ 1,268,250
WSOP #14: $500 THE BIG 500 – US$ 1,253,525
WSOP #15: $10K Heads Up NLH Championship – US$ 1,561,700

Natural8 Exclusive Promo results

Natural8 Team Bling Sponsorship Package winners

Joao Simao – WSOP #2: Caesars Cares Charity Event – US$ 10,000 Sponsorship
Eduardo Augusto Pires – WSOP #7: $1,500 MILLIONAIRE MAKER NLH – US$ 10,000 Sponsorship
Vincas “seimininkas” Tamasauskas – WSOP #13: $5,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship – US$ 10,000 Sponsorship

Natural8 WSOP 2-in-1 Challenge winners

Week 1
“Masukito83” – Dominican Republic – US$ 823.61
“DanielTsai” – Taiwan – US$ 597.12
“LotusFocus” – India – US$ 433.33

Week 2
Wai Yew “wong0410” Wong Malaysia – US$ 851.94
Richard Gryko – Canada – US$ 624.04
“All6886” – Vietnam – US$ 457.42

Natural8 WSOP Amazing Race Leaderboard update (current top 3 for each category)

Asia Pacific 
Joshua McCully – New Zealand – 5,193.37 points
“Imar54” – New Zealand – 3,073.9 points
Vincent “Moist” Huang – New Zealand – 2,831.51 points

Latin America
Rafael “riskgambler” Furlanetto – Brazil – 5,326.83 points
Eduardo Augusto Pires – Brazil – 3,797.38 points
Daan “DaanOss” Mulders – Mexico – 3,075.45 points

Rest of World
Vincas “seimininkas” Tamasauskas – 4,696.16
Isaac Haxton – Canada – 4,499.09 points
Tomas “CoronaMyAss” Jozonis – Lithuania – 4,004.35 points

Taiwan 
Pete Chen – 2,861.21 points
Chin-Wei “davidchien88” Chien – 1,365.61 points
Yen-liang “yao_poker” Yao – 1,289.93 points

Thailand 
George Kitsios – 1,311.46 points
“LuffyJd” – 940.44 points
Phachara Wongwichit – 678.37

Vietnam
Cuong “CLVT” Trinh – 925.98 points
“LittleFishVN” – 916.95 points
“19_01” – 603.9 points

Japan 
“8809” – 808.14 points
Takashi “IKAIKA” Ogura – 613.46 points
Shota “shorta222” Nakanishi – 580.13 points

Hong Kong 
Dicky Siu Hang “Floatinworld” Tsang – 4,359.52 points
Anson Tsang – 1,471.03 points
Vincent Li – 780.32

India
Sriharsha “Upswinger” Doddapaneni – 3,217.81 points
“happysim” – 2,129.42 points
Gaurav “Haversham” Sood – 1,666.39 points

Exclusive Natural8 promos

To give more value to your buck, Natural8 players can expect added incentives amounting to US$ 400,000 up for grabs throughout the series. We’ve broken them down right here. 

WSOP Team Bling Sponsorship

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Win any of the 2021 WSOP Online bracelet events and you are assured entry to Team Bling along with one of these fine sponsorship packages listed: 

Main Event = $100,000 Team Bling Sponsorship*

Win the WSOP Main Event and you’ll not only become a part of Team Bling, you’ll be the CAPTAIN of the team. This exclusive package includes:

12 month Team Bling Sponsorship
$25,000 for live event buy in sponsorships
$5,000 to cover expenses
T$70,000 in online event sponsorships, paid out over 12 months

Buy-ins of $1,000 and above = $10,000 Team Bling Sponsorship*

Win a WSOP Bracelet from any event with a buy-in of $1,000 and above, and you’ll get a Team Bling package that includes:

6 month Team Bling Sponsorship
$7,500 for live event buy in sponsorships
$2,500 to cover expenses

Buy-ins from $50 to $999 = $5,000 Team Bling Sponsorship*

Win a WSOP Bracelet from any event with a buy-in of $999 and below, and you’ll get a Team Bling package that includes:

6 month Team Bling Sponsorship
$3,500 for live event buy in sponsorships
$1,500 to cover expenses

WSOP Amazing Race

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Top the leaderboards to win a piece of the US$ 75,000 prize pool! There are ten leaderboards running throughout the series with varying prizes. Points can only be earned at bracelet events and WSOP side events. Three different LiveX packages up for grabs are listed: 

US$ 5,000 LiveX Gold which includesUS$ 3,500 live event buy in sponsorship and US$ 1,500 in expenses. 

US$ 3,000 LiveX Silver which includes US$ 2,000 live event buy in sponsorship and US$ 1,000 in expenses. 

US$ 2,000 LiveX Bronze which includes US$ 1,500 live event buy in sponsorship and US$ 500 in expenses. 

WSOP 2-in-1 Challenge

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Win a share of US$ 30,000 via the WSOP 2-in-1 incentive. This unique perk is only offered in Natural8. To start off, play any of the WSOP bracelet events and WSOP side events to earn points. As written on the website,

Take part in any WSOP Branded Tournaments to earn points and boost those points by playing in cash games. We’ll multiply the points you’ve earned by playing tournaments with the points from cash games to reveal your chipstack for the final WSOP 2-in-1 Challenge Flipout.

Natural8 offers $400,000 incentive to play 2021 WSOP Online

Plenty of action ahead so stick with us at Somuchpoker as we bring you recaps of the ongoing 2021 WSOP Online [International] on Natural8. 

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Triccia David

Triccia David has long experience as a recreational poker player and has been covering poker events since 2010 for numerous outfits. She spent a year working part time with Poker Portal Asia and later became the editor and writer for all event coverage of the Philippine Poker Tour (PPT). Under the PPT, she overlooked content for their website, and produced live updates on all their events. In addition, she served as the live blogger for several other major events in the Philippines. Currently, she is in charge of events reporting for Somuchpoker.

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