Frenchman wins the last 2021 WSOP Online bracelet
A few days ago, GGPoker hosted the last 2021 WSOP Online tournament. The series has brought many newly minted gold bracelet winners, who, in turn, significantly increased their bankrolls.
The last bracelet tournament was Event #33: The Closer with a $500 buy-in and a $2 021 000 guaranteed prize pool.
Traditionally, the event had many starting days. As a result, a field of 7 103 entrances was recorded. This helped to beat the claimed guarantee by as much as $1 352 920.
The last 2021 WSOP Online bracelet went to a poker player from France, Arnaud "Chocolatine" Enselme. On top of the trophy, he received $360 220 in prize money.
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The runner-up turned out to be Japan’s Kazuki "8809" Ikeuchi, who was awarded $270 120 for second place. A poker player from Greece – Ioannis Konstas – managed to get to the top 3, earning $202 566.
The final hand started with Ikeuchi moving all-in, holding K♥-6♣. He got an instant call from Enselme on the big blind with K♣-Q♣. The board was Q♠-4♠-3♥-9♠-6♠. Arnaud caught top pair from the flop, which was enough to become the tournament’s champion.
In total, 800 players got in the money with the minimum prize money of $1 150.