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This week WSOP.com awarded four new online World Series of Poker bracelets in the Deep Stack Turbo and Freesaille tournaments. Among them were some familiar names who were deep.

Brian Piccioli and Ryan Lang won their second bracelets. In addition, two-time WSOP Circuit winner Jonas Wexler managed the impressive feat of making two final tables on Tuesday and Wednesday night.

Daniel Negreanu also had an impressive week. He not only won the Player of the Series event at the PokerGo Cup, but also took the money in Event 12.

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Event 12: $500 NLHE Turbo Deepstack (July 12)

After 958 participants, Brian Pellepelle Piccioli was the last one left. He received $83,332 and his second bracelet for his efforts. The turbo competition ended after about seven hours.

Piccioli’s lifetime earnings are more than $4.5 million. That includes $1.6 million for his sixth place finish in the 2017 WSOP Main Event.

Darren Darrenelias Elias also made the final table, finishing in fifth place for $18,729. Other notable players included Shannon aulophobia Schorr, Katie katelin Lindsay and Ryan Bitcoin Riess of Michigan.

Daniel Dnegs Negreanu also won his fourth Grand Slam in the series. It was the culmination of a successful week for Kid Poker, who won the $700,000 PokerGO Cup tournament.

Losing is over, and that feels good.

It’s hard to put into words …. But I’m happy. pic.twitter.com/e0mbWsWyCx

– Daniel Negreanu (@RealKidPoker) 14. July 2021

Event 13: $1,000 NLHE Freezeout (July 13)

Ryan Adopt_aDogg0 Leng won his second bracelet in this event. Leng won $108,654 after a heads-up against Carmine Shem22 Ciccone, who earned $67,303 for second place. Previously, Leng won his first bracelet at the 2018 WSOP.

Online grinder Krishna ninjago Kalidas from New Jersey finished in fifth place with $23,124. Kalidas has now won five times in this bracelet series and spoke to USPoker about his successful achievement.

This was my first WSOP bracelet final table, he said. I played well in this series and skated well.

The $1000 buy-in is higher than I’m used to, so I wasn’t planning on playing. But having done a deep trek three times in a row, I felt confident and wanted to try it.

There were 561 entrants for the freesail with a prize pool of $504,900. Other players with big wins were Michael TheGrinder44 Mizrachi, Katie LuckyGal Libert and Vinny brownmagic Pahuja.

Event 14: $500 NLHE (July 14)

One of the biggest names in the poker boom of the 2000s had a chance to win a bracelet in this tournament. David dwpoker Williams, who finished second to Greg Reimer in the 2004 WSOP Main Event, played heads-up for his second bracelet.

However, Gionni Coldwarkid Demers defeated Williams in the 11 o’clock event on Wednesday night. Demers defeated 672 competitors to win his 20th event. He won a cash prize of $90,023 at the WSOP and his first gold bracelet. Williams grabbed his second spot in reckless fashion.

Still in 2nd place pic.twitter.com/WoIh2Brd8V

– David Williams (@dwpoker) 15. July 2021

Total prize money for the event was $466,200. Other players who received cash were Phil Lumestackin Hellmuth, Jegg NedrudRelyt Madsen and Trace TrickyTwelve Henderson.

Event 15: $5,300 NLHE High Roller (July 15)

This bracelet went to a relatively new player in the game. Justin Jsaliba2 Saliba won his first bracelet after just two years in the poker world.

He won $253,800 by defeating Jonathan Art.Vandelay Dockler in a head-to-head match for the top prize.

Other big winners included Nick Cashusklay Schulman, Tony Panoramic Dunst, Jason Haderade Somerville and Andrew WATCHGUY42 Lichtenberger.

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Upcoming wristband events

WSOP.com will have a good mix of games over the next few days. These include the high buy-in North American Open and several mixed game events. Here you will find an overview of the events of the weekend:

  • Six-Handed Pot Limit $600 Omaha Hi/Lo (Event 16, July 16)
  • 400 NLHE 8-Max (Event 17, July 17)
  • 1,000 NLHE North American Open (Event 18, July 18)
  • 888 PLO Crazy Eights 8-handed (Event 19, July 19)

WSOP.com Pennsylvania extends bracelet to USA

WSOP Online goes to 1. August to the international platform GGPoker. However, WSOP.com announced Wednesday that the hunt for the bracelet will last from 1 to 8. August in Pennsylvania.

This week, a website offering gold hunting in Pennsylvania opened in the Keystone State. USPoker will continue to offer the WSOP online for the duration of the series in Pennsylvania. A full recap of the WSOP Pennsylvania Series is available here.

Players looking for an update on GGPoker’s half should check out August’s PokerScout.

A look at the selection of the Catenapoker team

The Catena Poker Club team has made its own selections to follow in the lead up to the WSOP online. Content manager Valerie Cross increased her lead after a nice finish from June Kim. Including the $5,000 bonus for second place, Kim took home a whopping $81,866 for Cross.

Participant Anthony Chikali found caches from Ryan Dodd and Yong Keun Kwon and came in second.

Sean Chaffin, editor and host of the site, is late to the party but is hoping for good results from Omaha specialist Nathan Gamble. Three PLO tournaments are scheduled over the next six days and Chaffin will need some big wins. Here is an overview of the state of affairs so far.

  1. Valerie Cross – 109,276
  2. Anthony Chicali – 25 181
  3. Sean Chaffin – $15,669

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