Manig Loeser wins a WSOP Online 2021 bracelet event
The second bracelet event held as part of the WSOP Online 2021 took place on Friday. The $600 NLH Monster Stack with a $560 520 prize pool recorded 1 038 entries. The battle lasted 11 hours, and everyone wanted to gain the coveted trophy. Manig Loeser eventually won the event, grabbing a gold bracelet and $104 000 in prize money.
According to the Hendon Mob, the poker pro has earned over $11 million in live tournaments. Earlier, he came close to winning a WSOP trophy several times, finishing second twice and third three times. Manig can now remove his name from the “Best poker player without a WSOP bracelet” list thanks to winning the $600 Online Monster Stack.
The gold bracelet complements Loeser's professional career, which includes winning the Triton Super High Roller Series for over $2 million and the EPT Monte Carlo where the guy took away $678 393. His poker resume has over a dozen other six-figure results, four of which have been achieved at the WSOP.
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Among the prominent players who managed to enter the ITM zone were the WSOP champion Ryan DePaulo ($841 for 158th place), 6-time gold bracelet winner Daniel Negreanu ($862 for 92nd place), Kathy Liebert ($5 900 for 12th place), and others.
Loeser actually knocked Liebert out of the race after 4-bet shoving with pocket sevens, to which Kathy called holding AKs. Manig's pocket pair resisted Kathy’s cards, effectively ending her hopes of winning the second bracelet.
At the final table, Loeser amassed a big stack, putting pressure on his opponents. The guy, however, only won two knockouts. In the last hand, his queens faced sixes, comfortably beating Mark "Nostradonkus" Liedtke into second place.
Monster Stack Final Table Results
- Manig Loeser (Germany) – $104 000
- Mark Liedtke (USA) – $65 000
- "WompDatTHomp" (USA) – $46 000
- Damian Alonso (USA) – $33 000
- Jordyn Miller (USA) – $24 000
- Justin Lapka (USA) – $18 000
- Craig Mason (USA) – $13 000
- Julie Polatchek (USA) – $10 000
- Alexandre Besse (USA) – $8 000