The 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online Bracelet Events has successfully completed 20 of its 33 events. Day 1 of the Event #21: $25,000 Super High Roller Championship took place yesterday. The event witnessed 255 entries on Day 1, out of which only nine players made it to Day 2. The event generated a massive prize pool of $62,47,500. The winner of this event will laugh his way to the bank with $1,212,033 in prize money and a coveted WSOP gold bracelet.
The final nine include three former WSOP bracelet winners, namely Australia’s Kahle Burns, Canada’s Mark Radoja and Spain’s Adrian Mateos. Kahle Burns is leading the final table on Day 2 with a chip stack of 6,447,965 (92 big blinds). Just three BB behind Kahle is China’s Wenjie Huang aka ‘Jerome001’ with 89 BB. Alexandros Theologis follows with the third highest stack of 66 BB. Radoja will start off with the fourth highest stack of 45 big blinds (BB), while Mateos will start with the sixth highest stack of 16 BB.
Anatoly Filatov from Russia sits with the fifth highest stack of 20 BB, while Eduardo Silva from Spain has 16 BB at his disposal.
USA’s Timothy Nuter and Portugal’s Rui Ferreira sit with the lowest stack sizes of 10 and 8 BB respectively. As mentioned earlier, the final table line-up includes three former WSOP winners and pros from across the globe. Day 2 promises some intense drama and power-packed action on the final table.
Stay tuned for updates from Day 2 of event #21: $25,000 Super High Roller Championship and other upcoming WSOP news updates.
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