Manig Loeser Wins 2021 World Series of Poker Online $600 Monster Stack Event

Manig Loeser was among the most established professional texas hold’em players on the planet without a Globe Collection of Online poker arm band heading right into this year’s WSOP Online series. The 32-year-old from Bad Hamburg, Germany had gathered greater than $11.6 million in competition earnings, with marquee triumphes on the European Texas Hold’em Tour and in a Triton Poker Super High-stakes gambler event under his belt. In the second event of the WSOPO, a $600 buy-in no-limit hold ’em ‘Beast Stack’ competition, Loeser lasted longer than a field of 1,038 entries to safeguard the $104,313 top reward and his initial WSOP arm band.

With both an EPT main event title and a bracelet to his name, Loeser took to social media to mention his intention of completing the triple crown by winning a Globe Casino poker Trip occasion.

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The yield of over a thousand entrances in this event developed a reward swimming pool of $560,520 that was paid out among the leading 167 access. Three-time bracelet victor Nick ‘CashUsKlay’ Schulman was gotten rid of on the bubble, which guaranteed that the staying gamers locked up a minimum of $841. Among those to money in the occasion were 2020 WSOP Online arm band winner Ryan ‘joeyisamush’ Depaulo (158th– $841), six-time arm band champion Daniel ‘DNegs’ Negreanu (92nd– $861.97), three-time bracelet winner Upeshka ‘gomezhamburg’ De Silva (37th– $2,130), two-time arm band victor Chance ‘BingShui’ Kornuth (34th– $2,466), bracelet champion and WPT champ Andrew ‘WATCHGUY42’ Lichtenberger (28th– $2,466), 2012 WSOP main event runner-up Jesse ‘MrJesseJames’ Sylvia (22nd- $3,027), prominent vlogger Brad ‘mrmonkeybear’ Owen (17th– $3,699), and also arm band victor Kathy ‘Luckygal’ Liebert (12th– $5,885).

By the time the final table was established, Loeser’s display name of ‘Ohio77’ sat atop the digital leaderboard. He continued to be the biggest pile after the eliminations of Alexandre ‘alexmdm’ Besse (9th– $7,567), Julie ‘i.win.13’ Polatchek (8th– $9,865), Craig ‘mrjanovich’ Mason (7th– $13,060), and also Justin ‘LappyPoker’ Lapka (6th– $17,488) saw the area narrowed to simply five.

The gamer currently known only by their screenname ‘WompDatTHomp’ overtook the lead from Loeser when their ASpade SuitKSpade Fit defeated the ADiamond SuitJHeart Fit of Jordyn ‘ThLstCrdBndr’ Miller. Neither player enhanced and also Miller was knocked senseless in fifth area ($ 23,766).

Mark ‘Nostradonkus’ Liedtke gained his 2nd removal at the last table with KHeart Suit2Heart Suit besting the JClub Suit9Heart Fit of Damian ‘martillo1978’ Alonso. King-high was the champion by the river, and Alonso was sent packing with $32,734 for his fourth-place showing.

‘ WompDatTHomp’ moved down the chip counts during three-handed play. They wound up three-bet shoving their last 21 big blinds from the small blind holding AClub Suit6Club Match. Loeser four-bet shoved with 6Heart Suit6Diamond Match and also Liedtke bailed out after being the first raiser. Loeser discolored a tumbled flush draw to take down the pot and get rid of ‘WompDatTHomp’ in third location ($ 45,626).

Heads-up play started with Loeser holding approximately 23.7 million to the 17.9 numerous Liedtke. The last showdown lasted only an issue of minutes, with all of the chips getting in preflop when both players got pocket sets. Loeser had the best of it with his QSpade SuitQClub Fit, while Liedtke required some aid holding 6Spade Suit6Diamond Suit. The board went out AClub SuitJHeart Suit8Spade Suit7Club Suit10Club Match and also Liedtke was knocked senseless in second place. He was granted $64,460 as the runner-up finisher.

Here is a look at payouts awarded at the final table:

Place Player Earnings
1 Manig ‘Ohio77’ Loeser $104,313
2 Mark ‘Nostradonkus’ Liedtke $64,460
3 ‘WompDatTHomp’ $45,626
4 Damian ‘martillo1978’ Alonso $32,734
5 Jordyn ‘ThLstCrdBndr’ Miller $23,766
6 Justin ‘LappyPoker’ Lapka $17,488
7 Craig ‘mrjanovich’ Mason $13,060
8 Julie ‘i.win.13’ Polatchek $9,865
9 Alexandre ‘alexmdm’ Besse $7,567

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