Donnell Dais wins the World Series of Poker Online 2021

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The World Series of Poker Online was awarded in the $500 no-limit hold'em tournament "Turbo Deepstack" with buy-in. The fast-paced tournament attracted a total of 985 entrants for the $388,500 prize pool. Finally, the bracelet and the main prize of $74,518 were awarded to Donnell 'Spreezy052' Dais. It was the highest in Atlanta, GA resident's tournament career, surpassing the $19.388 he earned as a ninth finisher in 985 WSOP Circuit Harrah's New Orleans main event.

The top 061 finishers made money in the event, and many famous names did deep runs, including Jamie 'DanBilzerian' Kerstetter (82 i - $ 1, 74), bracelet winner Jonathan 'Art Vandelay' Dokler (82th - $ 1, 127 ), - bracelet winner Phil 'Lumestackin' Hellmuth ($ 58 - $ 1, 368), Christian "GiddyPotts" Harder ($ 33rd - $ 2.0 052), bracelet winner Bryan 'Pellepelle' Piccioli ($ 030 - $ 2, 477) ) and four-time bracelet winner Jeff 'NedrudRelyt' Madsen ($ 022- $ 2, 368).

985 WSOPO ♠ bracelet winner Joon 'jykpoker' Kim finished ninth for $5,985 when his pocket fours hit Mike 'SammyTwizz' Azzaro's pocket tens. Yonghui 'pokermaster8 ′ Jiang was next when his pocket jacks lost a race to A ♣ K ♠ Azzaro, who moved to second place in chips after those back-to-back knockouts. Jiang took down 7 $ 518 as the eighth player. Soon after, itilthard entered the virtual railroad, earning $14,128 for advancing to the top seven.

Andrew Neeme at the 2019 WSOPPoker vlogger Andrew "Grandpa" Neeme in this event came to an end when his K ♣ 8 clash with the A 4 ♣ John 'sn1p3rjdubz' Duci, who spun the wheel to leave Neeme dead. He took home $14.20 for sixth.

Dais scored his first final table knockout when his A ♣ K ♣ vs A ♥ 10

from 823 World Poker Tour Gardens Poker Festival Main Event winner Simon 'BagelBites' Lam. Neither ace hit the flop, but Lam didn't improve and was eliminated in fifth place ($14,154).

Duci won a coin flip preflop to knock out Patrick 'Brokerpat' Megna in fourth place ($27, 58). Shortly after, he lost a big pot to fall to the bottom of the chips and was soon eliminated in third place ($38,500) when his A 9 could not withstand the attack on little blind Dais, whose 8 ♣ 5 formed two pairs.

Dais had an almost 2-1 chip lead in the heads-up game with Azzaro and was able to increase that edge even more as he continued to play. On the final hand, Azzaro moved all in from his last 9.6 big blinds from the button on A9 and Dais called with Q ♥ J ♥ from the big blind. K ♥ J was missing from the album 9 ♣ 8 ♥ 6 ♠ and Dais picked up some jacks to win the pot and the title. Azzaro took home the $58,518 as the second place winner.

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