The 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online has witnessed some action-packed games so far. The 33 gold bracelet series has got seven of its bracelet winners, Eduardo Pires being the latest winner.
Event #7 $1,500 Millionaire Maker event was a thrilling game. The tournament witnessed some intense action and unbelievable moments. After a nail-biting game, Brazil’s Eduardo Pires emerged victorious.
The $1,500 buy-in event attracted a field of 5,437 entries. Top nine players on the final table had three Brazilian players battling it out for the title.
The first casualty on the final table was Oskar Prehm aka ‘brudi030.’ The Austrian player left with a pay cheque of $90,708. Tauan Naves held , while Prehm held . The board opened as , which dashed Preham’s hope of winning a WSOP title.
Fellow Austrian pro Tomas Jozonis aka ‘CoronaMyAss’ was next in line as he walked away at the eight spot for $1,27,521. Victor Begara’s dominated Jozonis’ . The board opened with . Jozonis ended his journey on the 8th spot.
Jozonis was followed by Lachezar Petkov aka ‘Psychedelica,’ who cashed $1,79,275 at the seventh spot. Naves called with against Petkov’s . The flop opened to , giving Naves a flush draw. With a on the turn, Naves had the game under his control.
Begara called all in with , against Pires’ . Begara doubled with the flop. But a on the river sent Begara off at the sixth spot for $2,52,031.
Canadian player Paul Fisher aka ‘PaulRisman’ grabbed the fifth spot for $3,54,317. Fisher lost in a blind vs blind to Lukas Hafner. The two got all the chips in on the flop of . Fisher had pocket kings as hole cards whereas Hafner had . But the turn opened to giving Hafner a winning straight.
China’s Xiongbin Zhang aka ‘zxb8553624’ departed in fourth place for a decent sum of $4,98,115. Zhang’s was initially dominating Hafner’s , but his dominance couldn’t last when the flop opened to .
Tauan Naves left the table at the third place for $7,00,270, which left the two remaining players for an intense heads-up.
Hafner and Pires battled it out in the heads-up. Hafner checked on the flop which opened to . Pires fired 3,500,000 and Hafner check raised to 11,600,000. Pires then called and opened on the turn. This time Hafner fired 19,691,000 and Pires called again. The river opened to and Hafner called it off with , but couldn’t win against Pires’ who got a straight with his as the river opened to an eight.
The next WSOP bracelet Event #8: $5,000 6-Handed NLH Championship [2-Day Event] will be held on August 10th, 2021. Stay tuned for the latest updates.
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