Both World Series of Togel gold bracelet tournaments are now in the books


Both World Series of Togel gold bracelet tournaments are now in the books– The WSOP online $1,000 buy-in no-limit hold’em deepstack eight-max event attracted a total of 919 entries, with 647 unique players and 272 re-entries made. As a result, the prize pool swelled to $873,050, which was paid out among the final 143 winners.

The lion’s share of that money was awarded to the ultimate champion Louis “PokeThese” Lynch. A resident of Sinking Springs, Pennsylvania emerged as the winner with their first bracelet and the top prize of $168,586. Lynch’s previous best tournament score was a fourth-place finish in the 2010 Foxwoods Togel Classic Main Event, worth $54,494.

This one-day event kicked off at 3:00 pm Pacific time, with registration and late entry available for the first 235 minutes of action. After about seven hours of play, the money bubble burst with the elimination of ‘MBEASY,’ meaning that all remaining players were locked in for a payout kunjungi agen online terbaik https://vocal.media/authors/seatogelbola of at least $1,484.

Many big names cashed in this event, including Turner Jon ‘havuuuuuc’ (135th – $1,484), Joseph ‘biueberry’ Cheong (111th – $1,571), Ryan ‘asli’ Laplante (106th – $1.571), Jim ‘BOCARATONE’ Collopy (102nd – $1.571), Roland ‘prngls12’ Israelashvili (101st – $1.571), three-time World Togel Tour champion Justin ‘tamaratibles’ Young (91st – $1.659), three-time bracelet winner Ben ‘WhyIsGamora’ Yu (77th – $2,008), Connor ‘666666’ Drinan (61st – $2,445), WSOP and WPT winner Jared ‘DarrensRabbi’ Jaffee (56th – $2,445), and Harrison ‘whale321′ Gimbel (48th – $2,881), Ankush rickrosstheb’ Mandavia (40th – $3,318), Ryan ‘adop_adogg0’ Leng (38th – $3,318), Bryan ‘Picellell’ Piccioli (31st – $3,929), Shannon ‘Aulophobia’ Shorr (27th – $4,802), and six-time WSOP bracelet winner Daniel ‘DNegs’ Negreanu.