Nuno Capucho Wins 2021 World Series of Poker Online $600 DeepStack No-Limit Hold’em Event

The 2021 World Series of Texas Hold’em Online $600 buy-in no-limit hold ’em deepstack championship occasion attracted a large area of 2,820 entries. From that sea of players, just one might arise successful with the arm band and also the top reward of $190,274. Ultimately, it was Portugal’s Nuno ‘Albertov’ Capucho that emerged triumphant with the equipment after removing almost one final-table opponent.

This was Capucho’s largest-ever taped tournament score, topping the $64,546 he earned as the 17th-place finisher in the 2016 European Texas Hold’em Scenic Tour Barcelona EUR5,300 buy-in main event.

The last day began with 49 players staying and bracelet champion James Chen atop the chip counts. Capucho had surpassed the lead by the time the final table of 9 was established. He rapidly added to that benefit by eliminating Brazilian texas hold’em professional Felipe Ramos in nine area ($ 19,027). Ramos ran A-Q into the A-K suited of Capucho, which held to tighten the area to eight. This was Ramos’ 2nd final-table proving of the series, having placed second in a $1,000 buy-in occasion midway through August for $476,612.

Capucho proceeded to knock senseless the next 4 players too to take a massive lead into four-handed activity. Start-of-day leader James Chen was the next to fall, with his K-10 facing the A-10 of two-time Globe Online poker Trip centerpiece champ James Carroll An ace-high flop left Chen in dire straights, as well as he discovered no held on the turn or river. Chen earned $80,237 as the fourth-place finisher.

In spite of earning that knockout, Carroll was eventually the alongside strike the online rail. He shoved the last of his short pile with 7Club Suit5Club Suit as well as received a phone call from Capucho, that held AHeart SuitQHeart Suit. Carroll took the lead with a pair of 7s on the flop, yet Capucho rivered a queen to end Carroll’s go for his initial arm band in third area ($ 106,998).

With that Capucho took approximately a 3:1 chip introduce heads-up bet Karolina Norvaisaite. He had the ability to expand that advantage also better by the time the last hand of the tournament emerged. Norvaisaite raised to 2,640,000 on the button with 4Heart Suit4Diamond Match and Capucho relocated all-in holding KSpade SuitQHeart Match. Norvaisaite called as well as the board went out ADiamond Suit10Diamond Suit3Club SuitKDiamond Suit3Diamond Fit, providing Capucho kings and 3s for the win. Norvaisaite was granted $142,683 for her runner-up finish.

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

1Nuno Capucho$190,274
2Karolina Norvaisaite$142,683
3James Carroll$106,998
4James Chen$80,237
5Bowen Liu$60,169
6Alves Ferreira$45,120
7Ran Koller$33,835
8Christopher Doyle$25,373
9Felipe Ramos$19,027

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