World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner Jonathan ‘Art.Vandelay’ Dokler won the recent 2021 WSOP Circuit Online Caesars Atlantic City Main Event. The No Limit Hold’em (NLH) Main Event ended with the Westlake, Ohio native smashing a field of 662 entries to win the WSOP gold ring and adding $52,761 to his bankroll.
Dokler won his first gold ring in March 2020 at the WSOP.com Super Circuit Series ‘MonsterStack’ event. His victory at WSOPC Online Caesars Atlantic City Main Event won him his second gold ring. The poker pro also holds a WSOP gold bracelet to his credit. He won the bracelet at the inaugural WSOP Online tournament in July 2020, and cashed $1,30,426 at the event.
The Main Event of the WSOP Circuit Online Caesars Atlantic City crushed the advertised guarantee of $2,50,000 and the final prize pool stood at $3,31,000. The top 100 places out of the 662 entries were paid out.
Out of the top nine on the table, the first to leave was ‘swimg00d’ who cashed $5,428. Next in line to drop out was Gage ‘greypoupon’ Doyne who took a pay cheque of $7,216. Ronald ‘rlksaces’ Keren finished seventh with $9,500, while Alex ‘SunDSolar’ Soares departed at the sixth position with $12,545.
‘LuxuryMaster’ added $16,418 to his bankroll at the fifth spot. Fourth place was claimed by previous WSOP gold ring winner Alexander ‘ShadowFiend1’ Condon. This poker champion cashed $21,118. Condon won his first gold ring at the 2019 WSOP Online Circuit Main Event.
Justin ‘MadTitan’ Turner cashed $28,797 at the third spot. Turner also has a WSOP gold ring to his credit which he won at the WSOP.com Winter Online Super Circuit ‘MonsterStack’ event earlier this year. At the runner-up position was Matt ‘Impervious’ Zoorob who cashed $39,05 at the 2021 WSOP Circuit Online Caesars Atlantic City Main Event.
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