John Monette won the fourth WSOP bracelet

John Monette

​This year, many players won their first bracelets in the live events at WSOP. Nevertheless, some participants won the second and even more gold bracelets.

American pro John Monette managed to get the fourth WSOP trophy in $10 000 tournament.

He beat a player pool of more than 90 participants and earned $245 680 in addition to the 4th bracelet. The total prize money of tournament reached the mark of $857 900. The poker pro celebrated his victory with his wife Dina.

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US poker player Nate Silver became the runner-up and received $151 840 for the second place. Terrence Chan was the only non-American participant at the final, who finished fourth with a payout of $79 210.

The popular poker streamer Jason Somerville took the fifth place and received his second WSOP bracelet with $58 690 of prize money.

Final table payouts of WSOP 2021 Event #16: $10 000 Limit Hold'em Championship:

PlacePlayerPrize money
1John Monette245 680$
2Nate Silver151 840$
3Eric Kurtzman108 740$
4Terrence Chan79 210$
5Jason Somerville58 690$
6John Racener44 260$
7Scott Tuttle33 970$
8Christopher Chung26 560$
9Kevin Song21 140$

Последняя рука в ивенте началась с опен-рейза Сильвера с Q♣-10♠. Его заколлировал Моннетт, имея на руках K♣-8♥. На флопе положили 10♣-8♣-7♣.

The last hand of event started with Silver's open raise with Q♣-10♠. Monette called him with K♣-8♥. The following cards were dealt on the flop: 10♣-8♣-7♣.

Monette check-raised, but Silver made a 3-bet. John called and K♠ appeared on the turn, by giving him a second pair. Nate Silver made a big bet but he got a 3-bet all-in from John Monette. Silver called and 6♦ on the river made Monette the final champion.  

Only 14 players managed to reach ITM zone, and the minimum payout reached the mark of $16 920.

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