French pro Romain Lewis won WSOP Turbo Bounty

Romain Lewis 2021

Many of you are waiting for a new champion of WSOP 2021 Main Event, but meanwhile, poker players continue to win their first gold bracelets.

French participant Romain Lewis managed to get his first gold bracelet in WSOP 2021 Event #76: Super Turbo Bounty for $10 000.

In addition to the WSOP trophy, Lewis earned an impressive amount of $463 880.

Event collected 307 entries, which formed a prize pool of $1 941 770. The poker player from India Aditya Agarwal took the second place and enriched with $286 700.

One of the most successful poker players in Great Britain, namely Stephen Chidwick, also participated in the tournament. However, he failed to win his next bracelet and finished third with a payout of $200 590.   

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Another famous European pro Dario Sammartino reached the final table and took the sixth place with $76 440 of prize money. It is also worth noting German player Rainer Kempe, who finished ninth and earned $34 420.

Final table payouts of WSOP 2021 Event #76: $10 000 Super Turbo Bounty:

PlacePlayerCountryPrize money
1Romain LewisFrance463 880$
2Aditya AgarwalIndia286 700$
3Stephen Chidwick
United Kingdom200 590$
4Uri Reichenstein
Israel142 840$
5Barth MeliusUnited States103 540$
6Dario Sammartino
Italy76 440$
7Yevgeniy TimoshenkoUkraine57 480$
8Haribhai GopaulUnited States44 060$
9Rainer KempeGerman34 420$

In the final hand, Aditya Agarwal called Romain's all-in with A♠-3♣. Lewis had 10♥-9♥. Then, 2♥-J♦-8♣-10♦-7♣ were dealt on the board and Romain became the champion of bracelet tournament.

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