Recent World Series of Poker Online Bracelet Winners

The domestic section of the 2022 World Series of Poker Online is currently going solid on in Nevada as well as NJ. So far, 23 of the 33 WSOPO gold arm bands up for grabs have been distributed, with 10,371 access thus far causing greater than $6.7 million in cash prize already granted.

Card Gamer has published 2 recaps of the occasions to this factor: the first covering events 1-8, while the second looks at the arise from occasions 9-15. Below is a wrap-up of occasions 16-23.

World Series of Poker Event 16 – $500 NLH Deepstack

The $500 no-limit hold ’em deepstack event was held on Saturday, Oct. 1. The competition saw 555 overall entrances, with 386 distinct gamers and 169 re-entries. Consequently, the prize pool swelled to $249,750. In the long run, the biggest share of the almost quarter-million dollars in prize money was secured by Connor Stuewe. The Brookline, MA resident made his very first bracelet and $45,679.
for the win.

This was Stuewe’s largest recorded competition rating yet, going beyond the $33,900 he earned for a 331st-place showing in the  2021 World Series of Poker main event in Las Vegas. He now has $153,697 in cashes under his belt.

A variety of big names made deep runs in this event, consisting of two-time arm band champion as well as Globe Poker Tour champ Tony Dunst (63rd), WPT champ and 2012 WSOP main event runner-up Jesse Sylva (61st), two-time WSOPC ring champion Jamie Kerstetter (53rd), two-time bracelet victor Eric Baldwin (36th), three-time arm band victor Shankar Pillai (28th), Chris Maker (18th), Nick Palma (9th), JJ Liu (8th), and 2 Kevin Garosshen (second).


PlacePlayer Name & Earnings 
1Connor Stuewe – $45,679
2Kevin Garosshen – $33,117
3Quintin Trammell – $24,001
4David Goodman – $17,532
5Adrian Sacher – $12,912
6Ryan Hohner – $9,491
7Michael Klein – $7,018
8Joanne Liu – $5,220
9Nicholas Palma – $3,896

Event 17 – $777 NLH ‘Lucky 7s’

The $777 buy-in no-limit hold ’em ‘Lucky 7s’ event was won by Mike Holtz, a tournament staple on that won the 2021 Player of the Year race for the online website. The Sea City, MD citizen beat a field of 564 overall access in the tournament to make $76,157 as well as his very first World Series of Poker gold bracelet.

The win increased Holtz’ taped tournament earnings to more than $682,000. This was the largest rating yet on his return to. He dropped just except protecting his very first arm band during in 2014’s WSOPO collection, placing second to Bradley Ruben in the $600 pot-limit Omaha six-max occasion.

Notables that joined Holtz at the final few tables consisted of ‘Johnnie Vibes’ Moreno (30th), two-time arm band victor Michael Stick (20th), two-time bracelet victor Jeremiah Williams (19th), four-time arm band victor Jeff Madsen (16th), as well as three-time arm band winner Matt Matros (11th).

PlacePlayer Name Earnings
1Michael Holtz$76,157
2Jordyn Miller$55,114
3Mark Dube$40,112
4Vinny Pahuja$29,057
5Paul Scaturro$21,161
6Fred Li$15,634
7Matthew Schulte$11,489
8Shane McDaniels$8,528
9Christopher Fuchs$6,317

Holtz picture credit: PokerNews/ Hayley Hochstetler.

Event 18 – $1,000 NLH Turbo Deepstack

The action was rapid as well as furious in the $1,000 buy-in no-limit hold ’em turbo deepstack event. It took approximately six hrs of play to narrow a 344-entry field to a champ in this briskly-paced affair, When the dirt cleared up, Michael Gagliano was the last gamer with chips. The Rockaway, NJ native gained $62,756 as well as his 2nd profession arm band as the champion.

Gagliano first struck gold back in 2016, when he took down a $2,500 no-limit hold ’em occasion at the series to gain $448,463. He now has more than $2.2 million in taped competition incomes, with approximately half of that coming in WSOP occasions.

The top 48 finishers made the money in this occasion, with notables like two-time bracelet victor Martin Zamani (40th), bracelet champion Ryan Laplante (30th), two-time bracelet victor Scott Sphere (18th), recent on-line arm band winner Jesse Lonis (18th), WPT champion Jordan Cristos (13th), bracelet winner Alex Foxen (8th), and John Riordan (2nd) all running deep.

PlacePlayer NameEarnings
1Michael Gagliano$62,756
2John Riordan$45,356
3Kenneth Neri$32,972
4Clayton Maguire$23,870
5Angel Lopez$17,307
6Ryan Andrada$12,632
7Vimy Xuan Ha$9,226
8Alex Foxen$6,780
9Christopher Staats$4,985

Event 19 – $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em

The risks rose to $1,500 for the next no-limit hold ’em bracelet occasion. A total amount of 332 access were made at that cost factor, constructing a prize pool of $456,500 (the largest thus far in the domestic sector of the series).

In the long run, the largest piece of that money was won by Jordyn Miller, who gained his first arm band and $96,914 as the champion. Miller had completed second to Holtz simply a couple of days previously for $55,114. These 2 scores are officially the largest and third-largest of his profession. They assisted his profession incomes grow to $717,481.

Miller’s second-biggest money came earlier this year, when he ended up 87th in the WSOP centerpiece for $86,000.

Big names that made deep runs in this occasion consisted of 2013 WSOP main event winner Ryan Riess (31st), Matt Affleck (28th), WPT champion Matthew Wantman (20th), Jeremiah Williams (15th), Jesse Lonis (13th), arm band champion Ian Steinman (12th), as well as eight-time WSOPC ring winner Daniel Buzgon (7th).

PlacePlayer NameEarnings
1Jordyn Miller$96,915
2Angel Lopez$69,845
3Kevin Calenzo$51,037
4Sergey Kislinsky$36,977
5Jordan Spurlin$26,705
6Dean Curreri$19,493
7Daniel Buzgon$14,197
8Quintin Trammell$10,500
9Christopher Oneil$7,715

Event 20 – $500 NLH Turbo
Occasion 20 of the WSOPO was yet another race to the finish. A total of 479 access were made in the $500 buy-in no-limit hold ’em turbo, developing a $215,550 prize pool. Mark Dibello earned $41,579 and his very first gold arm band after simply five hrs of tournament activity.

This was the largest taped score yet for the Las Vegas citizen, surprising the $12,749 he gained as the runner-up finisher in a $250 WSOP Online Circuit occasion this spring.

Amongst those to endure to the last couple of tables were two-time arm band winner tanner Bibat (17th), Jordan Cristos (14th), four-time WPT champion Darren Elias (11th), arm band champion Eric Van Auken (10th), and Mike Holtz (4th).


PlacePlayer NameEarnings
1Mark Dibello$41,579
2Matthew Volosevich$30,090
4Michael Holtz$15,864
5Sergei Kislinskii$11,553
6Nicholas Palma$8,535
7Michael Menzer$6,272
8Matthew Paoletti$4,655
9Paul Scaturro$3,448

Event 21 – $600 No-Limit Hold’em Six-Max

Next up on the schedule was a short-handed NLH event. The $600 buy-in six-max event brought in 448 entrances, creating a prize pool of $241,920. The lion’s share of that cash was ultimately safeguarded by Maxx Coleman, that came away with $46,666 as well as his 2nd occupation arm band as the champ.

Coleman won his very first bracelet previously this year, taking down the $1,500 no-limit deuce-to-seven lowball occasion at the collection of $127,809. Coleman currently has greater than $2.8 million in life time event incomes to his name, with his largest score being the $775,000 he was awarded as the champion of the main event at The River Casino Poker Series in 2015.

Coleman was joined at the final couple of tables by a number of recognizable names, including Mike Ziemba (12th), Karina Jett (11th), bracelet victor Thomas Cannuli (9th), Matthew Paoletti (7th), three-time arm band champion Ryan Leng (6th), MSPT Venetian champ Jeff Platt (third), and two-time bracelet winner Bryan Piccioli (2nd).


PlacePlayer NameEarnings
1Maxx Coleman$46,666
2Bryan Piccioli$33,772
3Jeff Platt$24,579
5Finian Anuforo$12,966
6Ryan Leng$9,580

Event 22 – $500 No-Limit Hold’em ‘Big 500’

The ‘Big 500′ occasion saw 462 entries made at $500 an item, building a healthy and balanced prize pool of $333,900 that was broken up amongst the top 72 finishers. Matthew Paoletti arised successful ultimately, taking home his first arm band and $61,070 after beating current arm band champion Jesse Lonis (second– $44,275) heads-up for the title.

The Perkasie, Pennsylvania citizen currently has more than $264,000 in tape-recorded money. His biggest-ever cash money came when he completed 76th in this year’s main event for $101,700. He likewise has a WSOP Circuit ring to his name, having won a $365 buy-in no-limit hold ’em event at the 2017 WSOP Circuit Harrah’s Atlantic City festival.

There were a number of arm band victors that made the last table, including Jonathan Dokler (fifth), Brett Apter (4th), and also the abovementioned Lonis. Third-place finisher Taylor Black is the ruling WPT 5 Diamond main event champion, who likewise removed the 2018 partypoker MILLIONS North America centerpiece for a seven-figure payday. He has more than $4.2 million in life time revenues after his deep run in this event.

PlacePlayer NameEarnings
1Matthew Paoletti$61,070
2Jesse Lonis$44,275
3Taylor Black$32,088
4Brett Apter$23,440
5Jonathan Dokler$17,263
6Will Clarke$12,688
7Bruce Yamron$9,383
8Spencer Sahl$6,979
9Donald Himpele$5,209

Event 23 – $1,500 NLH Freezeout

The final occasion covered in this wrap-up is the $1,500 bo-limit hold ’em freezeout. A total amount of 244 players turned out, developing a $335,500 purse. Michael Mercaldo triumphed in the long run, locking up his 2nd bracelet and also $68,005 as the champ.

Mercaldo won his initial item of WSOP hardware as the champion of the 2021 $777 buy-in occasion ($ 123,574). He now has greater than $457,000 in recorded tournament profits.

Plenty of accomplished players made it down to the business end of this event, including Alex Foxen (27th), Jeff Platt (20th), EPT Villamoura champion and Aussie Millions main event winner Toby Lewis (9th), recent bracelet winner jesse Yaginuma (8th), WPT Champion Orson Young (6th), and Matthew Wantman (4th).

PlacePlayer NameEarnings
1Michael Mercaldo$68,005
2Joseph Walters$49,150
3Evan Sandberg$35,730
4Matthew Wantman$25,867
5Will Clarke$18,754
6Orson Young$13,688
7Austin Roberts$9,997
8Jesse Yaginuma$7,347
9Toby Lewis$5,401

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