Michael Noori won WSOP Monster Stack tournament for $1 500

Michael Noori 2021

​More and more poker players increase their bankrolls with solid payouts in WSOP tournaments.

It is worth noting the American player Michael Noori, who became the winner of large WSOP bracelet event and earned the biggest payout in his poker career.

Noori won Event #30: Monster Stack No-Limit Hold'em tournament for $1 500 and enriched with $610 430 of prize money.

Read also: American player Dylan Weisman won his first WSOP bracelet

In total, the event collected a large turnout of 3 520 entries, which formed the prize pool of $4 699 200.

US poker pro Ryan Leng became a runner-up with a payout of $377 220, which also appeared to be his largest prize sum in career. In total, 528 players reached ITM zone, and the minimum prize money reached the mark of slightly above $2 400 buy-in.

Final table payouts of WSOP 2021 Event #30: $1 500 Monster Stack No-Limit Hold'em:

PlacePlayerCountryPrize money
1Michael NooriUnited States610 430$
2Ryan LengUnited States377 220$
3Rafael ReisBrazil288 100$
4Christopher AndlerSweden221 280$
5Charlie DawsonUnited States170 940$
6Mordechai HazanIsrael132 810$
7Daniel FortierUnited States103 780$
8Johan SchumacherBelgium81 570$
9Anthony OrtegaUnited States64 490$
10Jaesh BalachandranSingapore51 280$

In the last hand, Ryan Leng limped from SB and called a raise of 4 000 000 from Michael Noori. The following cards were dealt on the flop: 10♥-6♥-4♣ and Leng called.  

7♣ appeared on the turn and Noori bet 11 000 000. Leng shoved with 40 700 000 and got a quick call from Noori. At showdown, Ryan showed K♣-8 and Michael Noori – Q♠-Q♥.   

Noori was ahead, but Leng needed a king card or to complete his flush draw or straight draw. However, 7♥ was dealt on the river, Michael won the hand and got his first gold bracelet.

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