Michael Addamo wins his fourth WSOP bracelet in $100K tournament

Michael Addamo 2021

Australia’s high roller Michael Addamo never stops to impress us with his performance at poker tables. The other day, he succeeded in a very expensive WSOP tournament that cost crazy $100 000.

WSOP 2021 Event #87: $100 000 High Roller No-Limit Hold'em brought together 64 players to compete for their share of a $6 192 000 prize pool.

Nevertheless, the victory went to Michael Addamo, who won his fourth WSOP bracelet and earned $1 958 560 in prize money for first place.

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Kevin Rabichow, a poker player from the USA, became Event #87 runner-up, pocketing $1 210 480. Third place was taken by the well-known American high roller Sam Soverel, who took away $830 990.

The odious Canadian poker pro Sorel Mizzi finished in sixth place and received $331 800. The last to get in the money was Germany’s Fedor Holz: he busted in tenth place, earning a $167 860 payout.

Event #87: $100K High Roller No-Limit Hold'em Payouts

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1Michael AddamoAustralia$1 958 560
2Kevin RabichowUSA$1 210 480
3Sam SoverelUSA$830 990
4Sean Perry
USA$590 340
5Henrik Hecklen
Danmark$590 340
6Sorel MizziCanada$331 800
7Sam Grafton
UK$590 340
8Mikita Badziakouski
Belarus$217 270
9Bill Klein
USA$186 900
10Fedor HolzGermany$167 860

The tournament outcome was determined in an all-in preflop spot. Addamo was dealt K♣-2♠, while Rabichow had A♠-6♥. They put 2♥-5♥-5♦-Q♠-7♥ on the board, and the Australian emerged victorious. Now, Michael can boast of four WSOP bracelets on his poker resume.

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