Gianluca Speranza and Shaun O’Donnell Win Final Two World Series of Poker Online Bracelets

The 2022 Globe Collection of Poker Online involved an upright July 17th, with the last 2 events of a 13-tournament slate for Nevada and New Jersey players concluding simply a couple of days prior to the live WSOP additionally concluded.

The $5,300 buy-in no-limit hold ’em freezeout high-stakes gambler occasion attracted an area of 245 entries, constructing a reward pool of $1,225,000 that was paid out amongst the leading 35 finishers.

After less than 12 hours of on the internet competition activity, Italian online poker professional Gianluca Speranza emerged victorious with the title, earning his very first WSOP gold arm band and also the leading prize of $324,625.

This was the fourth-largest recorded tournament score of his profession. He had actually secured his biggest payday simply a few months earlier by removing the EUR25,000 buy-in money player event at the European Online Poker Excursion Monte Carlo for $895,650. The 2017 WSOP Europe main event runner-up now has virtually $4.9 million in career incomes to his name.

Speranza, playing under the display name ‘Inmyhouse’, outlived a variety of heavyweights that made deep runs in this event, consisting of arm band champion Andrew Lichtenberger (34th), recent on the internet arm band victor Julien Perouse (24th),.
Leonard Maue (22nd), two-time bracelet champion Taylor Paur (18th), bracelet winner Kenny Huynh (14th), three-time bracelet winner Paul Volpe (9th), as well as arm band victor Kazuki Ikeuchi (4th).

Paul Scaturro knocked out current WSOP Circuit Bike Online casino centerpiece victor Michael Jozoff in third location ($ 108,413) to take the lead into heads-up have fun with Speranza. The Italian was able to border his way ahead early, though, and then won the crucial pot with pocket queens all-in against the pocket sixes of Scaturro. The bigger set held up as well as Scatturo was removed in second area ($ 189,875).

WSOP Online $5,300 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller Freezeout

Place Player Earnings
1 Gianluca ‘Inmyhouse’ Speranza $324,625
2 Paul ‘rungood27’ Scaturro $189,875
3 Michael ‘mikejozoff’ Jozoff $108,413
4 Kazuki ‘hyahhoo3’ Ikeuchi $83,300
5 Jakob ‘Silenzium77’ Miegel $71,050
6 Joao ‘WinamaxPT’ Vieira $58,800
7 Angel ‘CHROMEKINGNJ’ Lopez $44,100
8 Patrik ‘Nemamprachy’ Ciklamíni $29,400

The 2nd WSOPO occasion to determine a champ on Sunday was the $500 buy-in no-limit hold ’em ‘Summer season Saver’. By the time registration formally close, 1,648 entrances had been made to build a $741,600 prize pool.

The largest share of that cash was ultimately granted to Shaun ‘BabyLegs’ O’Donnell. The Succasunna, NJ resident made his very first bracelet and $125,330 as the champ.

This was O’Donnell’s second-biggest event score ever before, trailing just the $129,930 he earned as the 60th-place finisher in the 2018 WSOP main event. He currently has more than $601,000 in recorded scores under his belt.

The top 247 finishers made the money in this tournament, which implied lots of big names safeguarded one last WSOPO rating before the collection concerned an end, including three-time arm band champion Shankar Pillai (58th), Landon Tice (44th), World Online poker Scenic tour main event champion Booby Oboodi (21st), four-time arm band winner Anthony Zinno (15th), and two-time WSOP centerpiece final tablist Jeff Shulman (11th).

Incredibly, Scaturro handled to final table this event along with the high roller tournament. He added $22,100 to his outstanding haul for the day with a sixth-place finish in this event. Arm band winner Boril Kolev additionally made an appearance at the final table, finishing fifth for $29,738.

WSOP Online $500 No-Limit Hold’em ‘Summer Saver’

Place Player Earnings
1 Shaun ‘BabyLegs’ O’Donnell $125,330
2 Andrew ‘Pokasmoka’ Benedict $77,275
3 Benjamin ‘Denali2020’ Chung $55,620
4 Soheb ‘bdbeatslayer’ Porbandarwala $40,417
5 Boris ‘goldenbracelet’ Kolev $29,738
6 Paul ‘rungood27’ Scaturro $22,100
7 Lawrence ‘MeldyMan’ Meldman $16,612
8 Guy ‘PhilLaak’ Dunlap $12,607
9 Michael ‘mygame’ Lavenburg $9,715

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