Moorman took 4th place in WSOP Online bracelet event

Chris Moorman 2020

The 20th bracelet event that was carried out as part of the WSOP Online ended on Monday night. It was the $500 PLO tournament, which granted its winner $97 000 and a coveted gold bracelet. Chris Moorman was very close to winning this event, as he played at the final table.

627 players took part in the tournament, but the total number of entries equaled to 1 137, meaning that some participants used an opportunity to re-enter the game. This allowed a prize pool to reach the mark of $511 000, and after 13 hours of fighting, Ohio's Kevin Gerhart became a champion.

Final Day highlights

After the bubble period was reached, the following poker pros entered the ITM zone:

The future champion Kevin Gerhart started the final table as a chip leader and managed to maintain that position until the very end. Online poker legend and 888poker ambassador, Chris Moorman, played well in the finals, but ended up the tournament in fourth place.

Moorman expected to collect a straight in the last hand, while his opponent got two pair. As a result, Chris Moorman failed to hit a straight and left the game with a modest win of $28 600.

Read also: Chris Moorman and his wife Katie compete for WSOP bracelet

Jenny "Mobey" Svancara became the first female player to make it to the final table at 2020 WSOP Online. She had every chance of reaching the heads-up battle, but eliminated from the event in third place.

In the final heads-up, Gerhart played against American player Cody Brinn. A battle for the first place was pretty hard, but it eventually ended with the victory of Kevin Gerhart. For his triumph, the player received a gold bracelet and $97 600 in prize money.

Kevin Gerhart 2020

2020 WSOP Online Event #20: top 6 results

  1. Kevin "therealkg" Gerhart – $97 000
  2. Cody "Duckmoney420" Brinn – $60 000
  3. Jenny "Mobey" Svancara – $41 000
  4. Chris "Robotbob47" Moorman – $28 000
  5. Adam "AdamJ080584" Jones – $20 000
  6. Shanmukha "Shanmukha" Meruga – $14 000
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