Shankar Pillai Wins Third Bracelet In World Series of Poker Online Pennsylvania High Roller

The first-ever Globe Series of Online poker Online series kept in Pennsylvania concerned its verdict previously today. The last event of the series was the $3,200 buy-in no-limit hold ’em high roller. The event, which was initially set up to be the third occasion of the event yet was postponed as a result of technological problems, inevitably attracted an area of 86 entrances, with 66 special players as well as 20 re-entries. Shankar ‘DerekHarper’ Pillai arised successful in the long run, beating Brandon ‘UpOnly’ Hall heads-up to safeguard the $66,641 top reward and also his 3rd occupation arm band.

Pillai’s first arm band win came at the 2007 WSOP. He defeated a field of 827 gamers in the $3,000 buy-in no-limit hold ’em event to win $527,829. A dozen years later on Pillai took down the 2019 ‘bracelet victors just’ occasion, covering 185 various other champions from the series to gain $71,580 and his 2nd bracelet.

Pillai now has virtually $3.5 million in event incomes to his name, with his biggest career score can be found in the 2020 WSOP Online $25,000 buy-in ‘Online poker Players Champion’ no-limit hold ’em money player. He ended up third from an area of 407 entries in that event to gain $979,138.

Pennsylvania indigenous Zachary Gruneberg completed eighth in the $3,200 event, locking up his third cash money ($ 5,882) of the WSOPO collection. He had actually previously placed 10th in the $1,000 buy-in champion event ($ 3,247) and fifth in the $400 buy-in modern knockout occasion ($ 3,953).

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

1Shankar ‘DerekHarper’ Pillai$66,641
2Brandon ‘UpOnly’ Hall$41,177
3Orson ‘PICASOoPOKER’ Young$28,314
4Christopher ‘AFA5671’ O’Neil$19,843
5Michael ‘ArnoldSlick’ McNeil$14,196
6Michael ‘Bullish’ Bees$10,510
7Anthony ‘McEye’ Mcie$7,869
8Zachary ‘CaptainLevi’ Gruneberg$5,882
9Brett ‘H0mie_Sr’ Freiler$4,575

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