2021 WSOP Online [USA]: Second bracelet for Chris Moorman, first for David Goldberg, Daniel Lazrus, and Mitchell Halverson

The past four days of the 2021 World Series of Poker Online [USA] have been incredibly thrilling with Championship events seeing more decorated pros reach the final table. In the end, only UK online superstar Chris “Robotbob47” Moorman went the distance for his career second gold bracelet while players David “lox10” Goldberg, Daniel RiverRats” Lazrus, and Mitchell “Franzia” Halverson defied the odds for their dream first. 

Among those that came close was David “dpeters17” Peters who reached the final table again just two days after winning his third career bracelet. Pros Michael “BrockLesnar” Holtz and Felix “madenspauwke” Vandeput also ran well for their third final table. Series champions Jeremiah “frestylerr” Williams and James “DanFriel” Gilbert landed their second final table, same as well for Anthony “nowb3Athat” Spinella, Matthew “BraceletHUNT” Hunt, and Daniel “juice” Buzgon with the latter two missing the gold by one spot. Check out our latest recaps and select WSOP updated stats down below.

The series is winding down to its last days. To date, US$ 16.1 Million has been paid out across 30 bracelet events. Only three bracelets remain:

July 30: WSOP #31: NLH Summer Saver – US$ 500 buy in
July 31: WSOP #32: No Limit Hold’em Championship – US$ 1,000 buy in
August 1: WSOP #33: NLH Grand Finale – US$ 1 MILLION guaranteed – US$ 500 buy in

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*Information based from WSOP.com, The Hendon Mob, PokerNews live reporting, and PokerNews Twitch. 

WSOP #27: PLO Championship – David “lox10” Goldberg – US$ 86,440

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The last bracelet event for Omaha lovers was the WSOP #27: Pot Limit Omaha Championship with buy in at US$ 1,000. It attracted 221 players with a shocking 177 re-entering for 398 total entries and a prize pool of US$ 367,050. Capturing the title and his first ever bracelet was David “lox10” Goldberg who defeated ring winner Todd “ChiT.420” Sladek at heads up. In addition to the dream gold, Goldberg walked away with a career high US$ 86,440

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Reviewing the action, players cashing in were Martin “BathroomLine” Zamani, Jeff “NedrudRelyt” Madsen, Kristen “krissyb24” Bicknell, Anthony “heheh” Zinno, and Justin “Lappypoker” Lapka who busted in 11th place. 

The final table kicked off with eight players led by Joseph “brandnflowrs” Sanders. No bracelet winners made the cut which meant one of them was destined to bring home his first ever WSOP dream. One ring winner did make the lineup, Todd “ChiT.420” Sladek, and one player was on his series third final table, Michael “BrockLesnar” Holtz, who placed 2nd at the WSOP #21: $600 PLO 6-Handed and 9th at the WSOP #15: $5,300 No Limit Hold’em HIgh Roller Freezeout. 

It took nearly an hour and 45 minutes of final table action for the gold to be claimed. On the way, Sladek cleaned out two players while Goldberg railed three which included the highly favored Holtz in 3rd place. Heads up ran for ~25 minutes with the lead switching between players multiple times. At about even, (hand pictured above) both were all in on a board 10c5c3hJs9s, Sladek had Kh10hAs5s two pair, Goldberg 7c9d4s9c trips to take it down and leave Sladek with less than a small blind. Sladek busted on the next hand and earned US$ 53,406 for his second highest WSOP score. As for the champion Goldberg, the dream was realized as he became the 27th WSOP Online bracelet winner. 

Date: July 26, 2021
Buy in: US$ 1,000
Entries: 398 (221 uniques, 177 re-entries)
Prize pool: US$ 367,050
ITM: 54 places

Final table payouts

1st David “lox10” Goldberg – USA – US$ 86,440
2nd Todd “ChiT.420” Sladek – USA – US$ 53,406
3rd Michael “BrockLesnar” Holtz – USA – 36,742
4th Joseph “brandnflowrs” Sanders – USA – US$ 25,620
5th Robert “AuntWeesh” Calca – USA – US$ 18,316
6th Chan Woo “Rikishi” Kim – USA – US$ 13,544
7th Andre “RiderStrong” Nyffeler – USA – US$ 10,131
8th Blaze “skillz225” Gaspari – USA – US$ 7,561

WSOP #28: High Roller Championship – Daniel “RiverRats” Lazrus – US$ 205,347

It was a star studded final table at the WSOP #28: $3,200 No Limit Hold’em High Roller Championship, the last high roller bracelet event of the series. On the virtual round were bracelet winners David “dpeters17” Peters, Brett “Metanemesis” Apter, and Jeremiah “frestylerr” Williams. Joining them were Felix “madenspauwke” Vandeput who was on his series third final table and Daniel “juice” Buzgon who was on his second. However, despite their credentials, Daniel RiverRatsLazrus outlasted them all to take down the third highest payout of the series worth US$ 205,347 and the coveted gold bracelet. This was Lazrus’s second final table. He also placed 8th at the WSOP #18 North American Open under the screen name “DLAZ14”.

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The event pulled in 202 heavy hitters with 63 re-entering for 265 total entries and a prize pool of US$ 805,600. Walking away empty handed were Daniel “DNegs” Negreanu, Ryan “BITC0iN” Riess, Shaun “Ddtgg” Deeb, Kristen “krissyb24” Bicknell, Tony “Panoramic” Dunst, Anthony “heheh” Zinno, Jesse “MrJesseJames” Sylvia, Darren “darrenelias” Elias, Chris “Robotbob47” Moorman, and Justin “Jsaliba2” Saliba. Falling the hardest was series high roller champion Sang “youngkoi” Lee who bubbled with pocket Queens to Australia’s Daniel “BackDoorDan” Smith’s pocket Aces. 

On the flip side, Alex “OrcinusOrca” Foxen, Manig “Ohio77” Loeser, and Ben “WhyIsGamora” Yu (16th) cashed in while four time bracelet winner Jeff “NedrudRelyt” Madsen (10th) missed his second final table by two spots. Still, it was another impressive finish as it was Madsen’s 14th series cash. 

Date: July 27, 2021
Buy in: US$ 3,200
Entries: 265 (202 uniques, 63 re-entries)
Prize pool: US$ 805,600
ITM: 36 places

Final table payouts

1st Daniel “RiverRats ” Lazrus- USA – US$ 205,347
2nd Daniel “juice” Buzgon – USA – US$ 126,882
3rd Brett “Metanemesis” Apter – USA – US$ 87,246 
4th Michael “DirtyMike973” Marone – USA – US$ 61,145
5th David “dpeters17” Peters – USA – US$ 43,744
6th Felix “madenspauwke” Vandeput – Belgium – US$ 32,385
7th Jeremiah “frestylerr” Williams – USA – US$ 24,249
8th James “BOCARATONE” Collopy – USA – US$ 18,126

Briefly reviewing the final table, all eyes were on high ranking pro David “dpeters17” Peters who shipped the WSOP #25: $7,777 No Limit Hold’em Lucky 7’s High Roller just two days prior for his career third WSOP bracelet. Another player closely watched was bracelet winner Jeremiah “frestylerr” Williams who won the series WSOP #5: No Limit Hold’em 8-Max. If either player pulled through to the finish, he would have been the first to win two bracelets in this series. However, it didn’t pan out. Williams exited in 7th place and Peters fell in brutal fashion in 5th place with AsAc cracked by Daniel “juice” Buzgon’s QcAd trips queens. Eliminated in between was Belgium’s Felix “madenspauwke” Vandeput (6th) for his 11th series cash and third final table. 

At four remaining, action was dominated by both Lazrus and Buzgon. Lazrus railed Michael “DirtyMike973” Marone with pocket Eights over pocket Sevens. At three handed, bracelet / double ring winner Brett “Metanemesis” Apter held on for roughly 25 minutes then busted to Buzgon. Heads up opened with stacks quite deep. Buzgon was ahead 65 bb to Lazrus’ 45 bb. Within the first two minutes, Lazrus evened up then edged slightly.  Another few minutes of exchanges, Lazrus was up by less than a small blind and pushed Ah10c two pair on a board Ad8h10d2h3s. Buzgon tank-called for his tournament life with Ac4c top pair (hand pictured above). Lazrus shipped it for his largest WSOP score. For runner up Buzgon, it was his second High Roller final table, however just like previous, he missed the glory by one spot. 

WSOP #29: 8-Max Turbo Deepstack Championship – Chris “Robotbob47” Moorman – US$ 102,406

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Another highly decorated pro joined the multi bracelet winner category. UK’s Chris “Robotbob47” Moorman clinched his second career gold bracelet at the WSOP #29: NLH 8-Max Turbo Deepstack Championship, defeating fellow countryman Matthew “BraceletHUNT” Hunt at heads up. Along with the coveted merch was a cool US$ 102,406. After his win, Moorman tweeted, 

With over US$ 20 Million in online earnings, Moorman is recognized as one of the world’s top online players. His live career is just as impressive, raking in US$ 6+ Million in tracked THM stats dating back to 2008. Focusing solely on his bracelet hunt, Moorman had plenty of near wins leading up to his first victory. In 2011, he placed 3rd at the WSOP $2,500 No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed and 2nd at the WSOP $10,000 No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed Championship. Months later, he finished 2nd again, this time at the 2011 WSOPE Main Event. Despite the loss, he pocketed a massive € 800,000 (~US$ 1,068,690) which is his highest score to date.

It took another six years before the dream was reached. In 2017, Moorman finally clasped his first ever WSOP bracelet at the $3,000 No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed event and pocketed half a million dollars. Three years later, he nearly strapped a second gold, also at a short handed event, placing 2nd at the WSOP Online 2020 – GGPoker.com $5,000 No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed for roughly US$ 400K. To kick off 2021, Moorman found success at the 2021 WSOP.com Winter Online Super Circuit, adding a ring to his jewelry box. His latest bracelet win brings his total WSOP earnings to nearly US$ 3.8 Million. 

Date: July 28, 2021
Buy in: US$ 800
Entries: 623 (418 uniques, 205 re-entries)
Prize pool: US$ 448,560
ITM: 72 places

Final table payouts

1st Chris “Robotbob47” Moorman – UK – US$ 102,406
2nd Matthew “BraceletHUNT” Hunt – UK – US$ 63,112
3rd Patrick “Synesthesia” Eskandar – USA – US$ 43,107
4th Branden “bbert29” Bertelli – USA – US$ 29,964
5th Philip “Chairman99” Tom – USA – US$ 21,262
6th Will “JonSnow14” Clarke – USA – US$ 15,341
7th Michael “cakebot” O’Grady – USA – US$ 11,304
8th Jeremy “G00sebumps” Menard – USA – US$ 8,478

The $800 No Limit Hold’em 8-Max Turbo Deepstack Championship was the 29th bracelet event of the series. 418 turned up with 205 re-entering for 623 total entries and a prize pool of US$ 448,560. Once ITM was reached, it was a sprint to the final table, clocking in at an incredibly fast one hour and ten minutes. From there, it only took another 50 minutes for the bracelet to be claimed. 

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At the table were Philip “Chairman99” Tom and Moorman, both vying for their second bracelet, while Matthew “BraceletHUNT” Hunt was on his second final table. Moorman carried in the chip lead. Hunt evened up when he railed Jeremy “G00sebumps” Menard (8th). Players Branden bbertBertelli joined the upper ranks after delivering a bad beat bust to Michael cakebot” O’Grady with KsQc trips kings cracking AhAd, then Patrick “Synesthesia” Eskandar catapulted out front after knocking out Will JonSnow14” Clarke (6th) and Philip “Chairman99” Tom (5th) in separate hands. Next out was  Bertelli who was crippled down by Hunt. At three handed, average was just 20 bb. It took less than ten minutes of grinding for Moorman to slightly edge Eskandar then clean him out with AcQd dominating AhJc. Up nearly 4:1 at heads up against Hunt, Moorman held control and shipped it with 9dJd outdrawing Hunt’s Ac8c on a board 9h3sKd6h6c (hand pictured above). Moorman became the fifth player this series to win a career second gold bracelet while Hunt continues to chase down his first.

WSOP #30: 6-Max Championship – Mitchell “franzia” Halverson – US$ 84,057

The thirtieth bracelet of the series was claimed by Oregon’s Mitchell “Franzia” Halverson at the $600 buy in 6-Max Championship event. Halverson outlasted the 783 entry field, topping a heavily talented final table that included bracelet holders Nipun “Javatini” Java, Anthony “nowb3Athat” Spinella, James “DanFriel” Gilbert, and ring holder Joshua “Kenjiboi7” Faris. This was Halverson’s first major win. He also earned a career high payout of US$ 84,057

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The 6-Max Championship event saw 523 runners strap in with 260 re-entering for 783 total entries and a prize pool of US$ 422,820. Out of the 126 ITM players that came close to the final table were notable pros Mike “Mouth123” Matusow (22nd), Bryan “Pellepelle” Piccioli (18th), Kristen “krissyb24” Bicknell (15th), Jesse “MrJesseJames” Sylvia (11th), Tony “Panoramic” Dunst (9th), Ryan “Protential” Laplante (8th), and double ring winner Mark Liedtke who fell in 7th place. 

The final table was completed in just 34 minutes. Ring winner Joshua “Kenjiboi7” Faris carried in the lead, Halverson was ranked second. Within the first two minutes, short stacked players Drew “dudeguydrew” O’Connell (6th) and James “DanFriel” Gilbert dropped out. For Gilbert, it was his second final table having won the series WSOP #18: No Limit Hold’em North American Open over a week prior. Next out was double bracelet winner Nipun “Javatini” Java who three-bet shoved his 24 bb stack on the big blind with Ac2c but button player Halverson wasn’t stealing. Halverson had 10c10s that held to clean him out. Down to three players, Anthony “nowb3Athat” Spinella was the most decorated with a bracelet, two rings, and millions in winnings to boast of. His stack however needed a boost which he hoped for with two pair on the flop but Faris had a higher two pair to bounce him out in 3rd place. 

Heads up opened with stacks very deep. Faris was ahead 80 bb to Halverson’s 50 bb. That immediately switched on the first hand when Halverson doubled up with AsJs two pair to Faris’s 5d5c on a board 2sAh8sJh6d. Up nearly 3:1, Halverson never relinquished the lead. The final hand saw both players all in on a board Ah10c8d9d4c, Faris with AcQc top pair, Halverson with 8h9c two pair to lock up his first major title and the coveted gold. For runner up Faris, not only was it another superb run, it was also a career high score of US$ 51,965. Just last month Faris won his first WSOP title and ring at the WSOP.com Summer Online Circuit. 

Date: July 29, 2021
Buy in: US$ 600
Entries: 783 (523 uniques, 260 re-entries)
Prize pool: US$ 422,820
ITM: 126 places

Final table payouts

1st Mitchell “Franzia” Halverson – USA – US$ 84,057
2nd Joshua “Kenjiboi7” Faris – USA – US$ 51,965
3rd Anthony “nowb3Athat” Spinella – USA – US$ 36,363
4th Nipun “Javatini” Java – India – US$ 25,834
5th James “DanFriel” Gilbert – USA – US$ 18,604
6th Drew “dudeguydrew” O’Connell – USA – US$ 13,615 

2021 WSOP Online bracelet events numbers and facts

WSOP #1 – #30 prize pool: US$ 16,144,077
Cumulative entries: 23,372
Biggest field: WSOP #10: No Limit Hold’em – 1,517 entries
Biggest pot: WSOP #25: NLH Lucky 7’s High Roller – US$ 1,113,927
Smallest field: WSOP #25: NLH Lucky 7’s High Roller – 151 entries
Smallest pot: WSOP #16: PLO8 6-Handed – US$ 268,920
Most unique players: WSOP #11: NLH Ultra Deepstack – 1,078 unique players
Events over 1000 entries: 9
First time bracelet winners: 24

Deepest run by non-USA player

Manig “Ohio77” Loeser – Germany – 1st place – WSOP #2: No Limit Hold’emMonster Stack
Chris “Robotbob47” Moorman – UK – 1st place – WSOP #29: No Limit Hold’em 8-Max Turbo Deepstack Championship

Third career bracelet won

David “dpeters17” Peters – WSOP #25: $7,777 No Limit Hold’em Lucky 7’s High Roller

Second career bracelet won

Bryan “Pellepelle Piccioli – WSOP #12: No Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack
Ryan “Adopt_aDogg0” Leng – WSOP #13: No Limit Hold’em Freezeout
Allen “Acnyc718” Chang – WSOP #16: Pot Limit Omaha 8 or Better 6-Handed
Bradley “DrStrange7” Ruben – WSOP #21: Pot Limit Omaha 6-Handed
Chris “Robotbob47” Moorman – WSOP #29 No Limit Hold’em 8-Max Turbo Deepstack Championship

Top 5 champion payouts

WSOP #25: $7,777 No Limit Hold’em Lucky 7’s High Roller – David “dpeters17” Peters – US$ 283,940
WSOP #15: No Limit Hold’em High Roller Freezeout – Justin “Jsaliba2” Saliba – US$ 253,800
WSOP #20: $3,200 No Limit Hold’em High Roller – Sang “youngkoi” Lee – USA – US$ 241,768
WSOP #28: No Limit Hold’em High Roller Championship – “RiverRats” – USA – US$ 205,347
WSOP #6: No Limit Hold’em Deepstack – Tyler “ShipTheShip” Denson – USA – US$ 175,700

2021 WSOP Online champions

WSOP #1: No Limit Hold’em The Big 500 Kick Off – Jose “deposit” Noboa – USA – US$ 105,161
WSOP #2: No Limit Hold’emMonster Stack – Manig “Ohio77” Loeser – Germany – US$ 104,313
WSOP #3: No Limit Hold’emTurbo Deepstack – Donnell “Spreezy52” Dais – USA – US$ 90,801
WSOP #4: No Limit Hold’em Super Turbo – Jeffery “Steelvikes7” Hoop – USA – US$ 73,861
WSOP #5: No Limit Hold’em 8-Max – Jeremiah “freestylerr” Williams – USA – US$ 139,600
WSOP #6: No Limit Hold’em Deepstack – Tyler “ShipTheShip” Denson – USA – US$ 175,700
WSOP #7: No Limit Hold’em Lucky 7’s – Michael “Stiltwalk” Mercaldo – USA – US$ 123,574
WSOP #8: No Limit Hold’em Crazy Eights – Carlos “CarlosWelch” Welch – USA – US$ 124,369
WSOP #9: No Limit Hold’em 6-Max – Philip “wingsuiter” Beck – USA – US$ 81,534
WSOP #10: No Limit Hold’em – Michael “njnj17” Leib – USA – US$ 81,645
WSOP #11: No Limit Hold’em Ultra Deepstack – Vijay “Eclypzed” Para – USA – US$ 86,210
WSOP #12: No Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack – Bryan “Pellepelle Piccioli – USA – US$ 83,332
WSOP #13: No Limit Hold’em Freezeout – Ryan “Adopt_aDogg0” Leng – USA – US$ 108,654
WSOP #14: No Limit Hold’em – Gionni “COLDWARKID” Demers – USA – US$ 90,023
WSOP #15: $5,300 No Limit Hold’em High Roller Freezeout – Justin “Jsaliba2” Saliba – USA – US$ 253,800
WSOP #16: Pot Limit Omaha 8 or Better, 6-Handed – Allen “Acnyc718” Chang – USA – US$ 61,934
WSOP #17: No Limit Hold’em 8-Max – Justin “LappyPoker” Lapka – USA – US$ 75,371
WSOP #18: No Limit Hold’em North American Open – James “DanFriel” Gilbert – USA – US$ 137,570
WSOP #19: Pot Limit Omaha Crazy Eights 8-Handed – Martin “BathroomLine” Zamani – USA – US$ 92,598
WSOP #20: $3,200 No Limit Hold’em High Roller – Sang “youngkoi” Lee – USA – US$ 241,768
WSOP #21: Pot Limit Omaha 6-Handed – Bradley “DrStrange7” Ruben – USA – US$ 69,148
WSOP #22: No Limit Hold’em Knockout Freezeout – Anthony “Lastbullet” Kennedy – USA – US$ 46,796
WSOP #23: No Limit Hold’em Turbo – Ryan “Hagzzz021” Hagerty – USA – US$ 67,207
WSOP #24: No Limit Hold’em Monster Stack – Byung “bhy101” Yoo – USA -US$ 77,475
WSOP #25: $7,777 No Limit Hold’em Lucky 7’s High Roller – David “dpeters17” Peters – USA – US$ 283,940
WSOP #26: No Limit Hold’em The Big 500 Encore – Eric “88Bracelets” Van Auken – USA – US$ 93,627
WSOP #27: Pot Limit Omaha Championship – David “lox10” Goldberg – USA – US$ 86,440
WSOP #28: $3,200 No Limit Hold’em High Roller Championship – Daniel RiverRats” Lazrus – USA – US$ 205,347
WSOP #29: No Limit Hold’em 8-Max Turbo Deepstack Championship – Chris “Robotbob47” Moorman – UK – US$ 102,406
WSOP #30: No Limit Hold’em 6-Max Championship – Mitchell “franzia” Halverson – USA – US$ 84,057

Three final tables

Martin “BathroomLine” Zamani – 4th (WSOP #4), 5th (WSOP #15), and 1st (WSOP #19)
Michael “helionic” Dyer – 9th (WSOP #6), 6th (WSOP #10), and 8th (WSOP #12)
John “Macallan25” Riordan – 7th (WSOP #15), 8th (WSOP #20), 6th (WSOP #24)
Michael “BrockLesnar” Holtz – 9th (WSOP #15), 2nd (WSOP #21), 3rd (WSOP #27)
Felix “madenspauwke” Vandeput – 2nd (WSOP # 11), 4th (WSOP #18), and 6th (WSOP #28)

Two final tables

Joon “jykpoker” Kim – 9th (WSOP #3) and 2nd (WSOP #8)
Kenneth “ACE710” Neri – 3rd (WSOP #9) and 8th (WSOP #6)
Aaron “WompDatTHomp” Thivyanathan – 3rd (WSOP #2) and 6th (WSOP #9)
Ye “YUAN365” Yuan – 3rd (WSOP #1) and 4th (WSOP #12)
Jonas “Puffin_Nails” Wexler – 9th (WSOP #13) and 5th (WSOP #14)
Joshua “Zeal1906” Ray – 3rd (WSOP #5) and 6th (WSOP #15)
Justin “LappyPoker” Lapka – 6th (WSOP #2) and 1st (WSOP #17)
John “thirteen” Del Rossi – 5th (WSOP #8) and 3rd (WSOP #19)
Christopher “Basile28” Basile – 2nd (WSOP #1) and 4th (WSOP #20)
Alex “OrcinusOrca” Foxen – 4th(WSOP #15) and 3rd (WSOP #21)
Ben “WhyIsGamora” Yu – 3rd (WSOP #6) and 4th (WSOP #21)
Troy “troyrlee” Lee – 6th (WSOP #17) and 5th (WSOP #21)
Ryan “Hagzzz021” Hagerty – 5th (WSOP #22) and 1st (WSOP #23)
Ryan “Protential” Laplante – 5th (WSOP #7) and 3rd (WSOP #25)
Corey “Corgasm” Paggeot – 2nd (WSOP #24) and 3rd (WSOP #26)
Justin “PocketProfit” Wong – 2nd (WSOP #9) and 7th (WSOP #26)
Daniel Lazarus – 8th (WSOP #18) and 1st (WSOP #28)

Daniel “juice” Buzgon – 2nd (WSOP #20) and 2nd (WSOP #28)
Jeremiah “frestylerr” Williams – 1st (WSOP #5) and 7th (WSOP #28)
Matthew “BraceletHUNT” Hunt – 6th (WSOP #22) and  2nd (WSOP #29)
James “DanFriel” Gilbert – 1st (WSOP #18 and 5th (WSOP #30) 
Anthony “nowb3Athat” Spinella – 6th (~WSOP #11) and 3rd (WSOP #30) 

Most cashes by series champion

Martin “BathroomLine” Zamani – 10 cashes, 3 final tables (as of 26 listed results) 

Final table berth by Asia Pacific players

Ye “YUAN365” Yuan – China – 3rd place (WSOP #1), 4th place (WSOP #12)

Stick with us at Somuchpoker as we bring you the final recaps of the ongoing series. All times and dates are listed in Las Vegas, Nevada time.

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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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