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Posted on 22 Jun, 2019
By Team Gutshot
On 22 Jun, 2019
By Team Gutshot
On 22 Jun, 2019

Loren Klein gets 4th bracelet, Dan Lupo wins Online Event

Event #43: $2,500 Mixed Big Bet

It has been a brilliant story all along for this player, who won his first World Series of Poker (WSOP) gold bracelet in 2016. He has only have around $3 million in live tournament cashes but he has joined an elite group of legendary poker players to have won bracelets in four successive years at the WSOP in Las Vegas.

We’re talking about Loren Klein who has won a bracelet in every year since 2016, becoming only the third after Bill Boyd and Doyle Brunson to do so. Here, he beat a field of 218 entries and made a comeback from being the shortest stacked on the Final Table to win the tournament and bag $127,808 in prize money, along with his fourth bracelet.

Given the mixed big bet format, the FT was an all-American one where Klein found himself pitted against Ryan Hughes in heads-up. The final hand came in a PLO Hi-Lo hand and Hughes ended on the losing side, pocketing $78k for second place. If you remember well, Klein bagged the $10k PLO Championship in WSOP 2018.

Final Table Results:

  1. Loren Klein – $127,808
  2. Ryan Hughes – $78,985
  3. Phil Hui – $51,346
  4. Arthur Morris – $34,328
  5. Joey Couden – $23,622
  6. Jonathan Depa – $16,746
  7. Mike Sexton – $12,240

Event #46: $500 WSOP.com ONLINE No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack

This became the fourth of eight online bracelet events of WSOP 2019 and the winner turned out to be Dan ‘centrefieldr’ Lupo. With the new laws with regards to online gaming and player pool sharing, Lupo won the gold bracelet not from Las Vegas but from home in New Jersey.

He bested a field of 1,181 entries and it took just about 7 hours before the bracelet would be given away to Lupo, who bagged the top prize of $145,273 in this super-fast turbo tournament. Lupo had held the lead right from the start of the tournament and was among the top 10 stacks right until the end, so he is a deserving winner, outlasting David ‘DTC13’ Clarke in heads-up.

Final Table Results:

  1. Dan ‘centrefieldr’ Lupo – $145,273
  2. David ‘DTC13’ Clarke – $89,692
  3. ‘johnsonck’ – $63,771
  4. ‘JSTRIZZA’ – $45,959
  5. ‘staeks’ – $33,475
  6. ‘MisterKK’ – $24,729
  7. ‘jnutz’ – $18,526
  8. ‘TonyStarsGFK’ – $13.994
  9. ‘HITRII999’ – $10,734

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