WSOP Online 2021: German player wins $5K 6-Max NLH Championship
Bracelet tournaments of the World Series of Poker, which is again running online this year, add new champions to the poker community.
The other day, the $5 000 6-Handed NLH Championship with a $2 275 250 prize pool was carried out as part of the WSOP Online 2021 at GGPoker. Event #8 amassed such a pretty impressive prize pool thanks to 479 total entries.
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German poker player Daniel Smiljkovic secured his first WSOP gold bracelet and $423 420 in prize money for the win. The runner-up was Xuming "scplayer" Qi, a poker player from Singapore, who earned $306 140 for second place.
Legendary poker pro Daniel Negreanu was less fortunate: he only managed to take 49th place with a modest payout of $9 660. In total, 71 players got in the money. The minimum prize money was $8 310.
By the way, Negreanu livestreamed his participation, so you can watch the stream on his YouTube channel: