It only took a day to field 1,288 in the $1,000 super turbo event in World Series of Poker to beat the champion.
15 hours actually. That’s an average of roughly 86 filters per hour, pauses every 36 seconds or so, and doesn’t even account for more than three hours at different breaks. Players start with 20,000 chips, and the blinds go up every 20 minutes.
After the dust settled, Canadian Jaspal Brar took the title, first place prize of $190,731, and his first career bracelet.
“It feels good, really good,” Brar said. WSOP . World Series of Poker reporters. “To be honest with you, the bracelet is big. Everyone wants it. Money comes and goes, but I’ve always wanted a bracelet. I come every year to play.”
Brar, who has gone by Paul, has come close to gold once before, finishing third in the $1,500 Pot-Limit Hold’em event in 2013 for $68,332. The WPT Deepstacks The winner now has $940,000 in lifetime earnings.
Brar defeated rising star Jesse Lounes. Lonis has been a steady force on the track since events resumed after the pandemic, but had to settle for $117,872 as consolation prize for his second place finish.
Perhaps the most impressive performance of the day belonged to Bulgarian Boris Kolev, who finished fourth for $62,090. Incredibly, he played almost the entire tournament while also on his laptop in a $500 online event. Kolev made it to the final table on both, finishing fifth for another $29,738 in WSOP . World Series of Poker.com championship.
Culiffe now has approximately $2.7 million in live earnings. His biggest point is the $511,184 he earned in last year’s series, grabbing his first bracelet in the $5,000 No-Limit Eight Max event.
WSOP . World Series of Poker Circuit Champion Huy Nguyen also reached the final table, contenting himself with eighth place, while WSOP . World Series of Poker national hero Jonathan Hilton took ninth place. Other notable personalities who have made deep tours include Kurt Jewell (10th), Aditya Prasetyo (13), Mukul Baoja (15), Jason Wheeler (19), Jimmy Guerrero (20), Nikhil Gera (27), Jesse Silvia (28) , and Ray Henson (32).
The event represents the 88th and final live Open Championship of 2022 WSOP . World Series of Poker The schedule, although some events were still wrapping up after I played this game for the winner. The 53rd annual series officially ends with champions championship It works from Monday to Wednesday.
Final table results
|2||Jesse Lounes||117,872 dollars||800|
|5||Chris Jarman||45,885 dollars||400|
Winner photo credit: WSOP . World Series of Poker
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