The 2021 WSOP Online Bracelet Events have been going on in full swing. Day 1 of Event #23: $600 Deepstack Championship concluded yesterday with a bang. The event witnessed 2,920 entries battle it hard for over 32 levels to make it to Day 2. However, only the top 49 players have managed to secure their spot on day 2. The event has a prize pool of $1,607,400.
Leading the pack of 49 players is Taiwanese player James Chen. The former WSOP bracelet winner will start off on Day 2 with a stack of 5,455,909. Following Chen is ‘thekid,’ who sits atop a stack of 4,737,591. At the third position is USA’s James Carroll aka ‘PHJ10’ with 4,662,588 chips.
With the fourth-highest stack of 4,201,602 chips is Spain’s Diego Gomez aka ‘PERUYI.’ Portugal’s Nuno Capucho aka ‘Albertov’ sits with the fifth-highest stack of 3,752,072, while Argentinian player Alejandro Patricio Andion aka ‘AsesArgentosJRR’ will have 3,647,138 chips at his disposal.
Brazil’s Israel Colangelo aka ‘thegaijin’ will start off Day 2 with the seventh-largest stack of 3,636,607. Joao Pedro Nobrega aka ‘_Usan-Fold _’ from Portugal starts off with the eighth highest stack of 3,564,264. Austria’s ‘m56o’ sits with the ninth highest stack of 3,471,528, while Roman Hrabec holds the tenth highest stack of 3,373,845 among the 49 players on Day 2.
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Stay tuned for updates from Day 2 of Event #23: $600 Deepstack Championship and other upcoming WSOP news updates.
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