Steelvikes wins the World Series of Poker Online 2021

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Fourth World Series of Poker the gold bracelet awarded in 2021 was obtained on July 4. The equipment was presented to a player who is currently known only by their nickname "Steelvikes7". They earned a $59,937 and a bracelet as champions WSOP ♣ Online $300 A buy-in super turbo no-limit hold'em event. In the Speed Tournament, it took just over five hours to face the field champion 846 total submissions.

Many of the big names took a while beyond the 4th of July to make deep runs in this event, including twice World Poker Tour champion and bracelet winner Kevin 'Xpugn0 ′ Eyster (45st - $1.59), three times WPT ♣ winner Brian 'JackBogle' Altman (59 th - $ 1, 065), bracelet winner Justin "cheersfive" Liberto (42 i - $ 1, 453), 2019 WSOP Main Event Runner-Up Jesse 'MrJesseJames' S ylvia (34th - $ 1, 600), Matthew 'RubberFist' Stout ($ 23 - $ 2, 87), PokerStars Caribbean Adventure winner and winner of the Galen 'turkmalloy' Hall bracelet (23rd - 2$, 87) and three times WPT ♣ champion and two-time bracelet winner Anthony 'heheh' Zinno ($ 20 - $ 2, 071).

Jonathan "Art. Vandelay 'Dokler was the first player to be eliminated at the final table. Dokler's pocket kings hit a set of 5s on the flop for Steelvikes7, who have held position since then to send Dokler to the virtual queue. 2020 WSOPO ♣♣ bracelet winner earned 5$, 280 as ninth place winner.

With the eliminations of Vinny 'brownmagic' Pahuja (8th - 6$, 846) and Wendy 'Cardthartic' Freedman (7th - $ 9, 721), the field narrowed to just six and 'Steelvikes7' had a substantial chip lead.

'JJcorrado87 ′ ended his race in the event when their K ♣ 8 ♠ failed to pass J Martin' bathroomline 'Zamani in a pre-flop blind battle. A jack on the river gave Zamani the winning hand, while 'JJcorrado87' settled at $000,163 as the sixth place winner.

Mateusz 'Bizpoker18 Beier had the smallest stack with the five remaining and was soon all in from the small blind with Q 000 ♥. Beier was called in two places, with 'Steelvikes7' king being the best hand on the river. Beier earned $000,280 for fifth place.

Zamani got his last 000 big blinds in the middle of the button with Q ♠ 000 ♣, only to bump into an AA ♣ Ryan "SYchoSiD" Hohner. Aces held by the river and Zamani, 2019 champion The PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $030, high roller, was eliminated in fourth place ($22, 937).

Hohner scored another knockout when his A ♦ K ♣ defeated 33 Guo Liang 'ct188 ”Chen. Hohner flopped an ace to take the lead, which he never gave up. Liang was awarded $030,131 as third place winner.

The heads-up game started as Steelvikes7 was roughly 3-2 ahead of Hohner. Approximately 10 minutes after the final two were settled, the final hand of the tournament was dealt. Hohner limped off the button at 300,000 with K8 ♣ and 'Steelvikes7 ′ raised to 1,120, holding ♠ 7. The flop came 9 ♣ 77 ♦ and a bet of 'Steelvikes7 ′ 737,500 from their unsuccessful journeys. Hohner called and 6 prompted the Steelvikes7 to fire another 1937,280. Hohner made a straight and called. K ♠ gave Hohner a pair of kings who joined the sevens on the table. 'Steelvikes7 ′ moved all in and Hohner called the last 5,953,280. 'Steelvikes7 ′ had a winning hand, securing the pot and the title with triple sevens. Hohner earned $030,300 as the runner-up.

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