Chad Eveslage has been in the live poker tournament circuit for over a decade now, with 190 registered cash registers totaling $5.6 million. More than $4 million of this money has been earned since the start of 2021, with a number of notable wins recorded in the past year and a half. Eveslage Gets Biggest Payday Yet By Finishing 2022 World Series of Poker No-Limit Hold’em eight-max event of $25,000 for his first gold bracelet and first prize of $1,415,610.
“It feels good,” Eveslage said with a smile when asked about adding a WSOP . World Series of Poker Title list of his rapidly growing achievements. “It’s a lot of money and it’s a bracelet.”
Eveslage also earned plenty of rating points for what was his second qualifying result of the year, having finished seventh on a $2,200 buyout. WSOP . World Series of Poker Circuit Happened at Isle Casino Pompano Park. 1428 card player Player of the Year points earned as the champion of this event moved him to 66th place in 2022 POY sponsored race Global Poker. He also locked up 700 PokerGO جولة Tour points, which is enough to move him to 28th place on the leaderboard.
Eveslage is now both WSOP . World Series of Poker And the world poker tour Champion, having won WPT Venice last summer for $910,370. Seven of his top ten points have come since the start of 2021. Before he broke out in the bigger subscription events last year, Eveslage’s success had come primarily in tournaments with subscriptions between $1,600 and $3,500. When asked how he has made the transition to high-risk events, he attributed it to improvements made during the immediate lockdown during the pandemic.
“I basically played online poker every day during quarantine and worked really hard,” Eveslage said. “I think when I went from an average professional to what I am now; a slightly above average or above average professional.”
Eveslage was one of 251 entries entered into this event. The huge turnout resulted in a prize pool of $5,929,875 that was paid out among the top 38 winners. Given the stakes, it should come as no surprise that many of the biggest names in the game have made deep inroads, including 10-time bracelet winner Phil Ivy ($34 – $40,648), four-time bracelet winner and recent $100,000 bounty champ David Peters (27th place – $50,810), five-time bracelet winner Brian Rast (19th place – $57.009), 2015 Main Event Champion Joseph McKehan (18th place – $57.009), and world poker tour Champion Alex Fox ($17 – 57,009).
Only 15 players made it to the third and final day of this event. WPT Champion Justin Young ($15 – $65,511), WPT Champion Taylor von Kriegenbergh (No. 13 – $77,056), 2021 POY Contestant Jesse Lounes ($12 – $77,056), bracelet winner Byron Kaverman ($11 – $92,725), and Danielle Colboys ($9 – $114,094) were among the players who fell as the court narrowed to the official final table of eight.
Ognyan Dimov was the next to hit the railways. The bracelet winner and 2015 Deauville European Poker Tour The main event champion ran nine jeeps in an Eveslage jeep. The board improved none of the players and Dimov was disqualified in eighth place ($143,480). He now has more than $3 million in cash to his name.
Antonio Livano’s run in the event came to an end when his six pocket cards clashed with Eveslage’s pocket scores. The older pair held out again and Lievano was sent home with the tournament’s best score of $184,324.
Eveslage took a big part on fellow senior Chris Brewer when he flopped in a set of fives against Brewer’s best pair of Kings. After getting a good value bet on the river, Eveslage took a major lead in the rest of the field.
Soon, Eveslage expanded this advantage even further by earning a double knockout. With two short sets of chips in the blinds, he unlocked them from the button with K8. the ruler WSOP . World Series of Poker Main Event Champion Koray summoned the destroyer All-In for about six Blige Curtains with Kais from the small curtain. Then 2021 WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showon The Brick Shotgun winner came in his last 17 matches with Ay from the big canopy. The flip came down75 To give the upper pair Schutten but Eveslage tie a flush nut. 4 On the left turn he drew Aldemir dead but gave Eveslage a straight draw to go with the flash drawn. 6 On the river Eveslage completed in a row to send the huge bowl on its way. Take a look at the rehand from PokerGO’s exclusive broadcast coverage below.
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Aldemir earned $241,791 for his second finish at the final table of the series, having finished fifth in the $100,000 bounty event just a few days ago for $249,693. The high-risk German professional has now made over $21 million in life earnings. Schutten earned $323,730 as the fifth place finisher. This was his second biggest hit after the $1.2 million he earned WPT victory last year.
Eveslage’s value rose to nearly 24 million chips after this hand, with Chris Brewer’s 6.5 million chips as the largest chip stack among the final four contenders. Brewer slides down the number of chips before the next key bowl appears. He opened the K . knock10 From button to 18 large initial curtains. Josh Aryeh, a four-time winner of the bracelet, who only covered it with two large curtains, called for 66 from the big canopy. Board ran out422s Breuer lost in fourth place ($442,213). This was his final 14th table of the year, winning three titles and over $2.2 million a year so far. POY Earnings accumulated along the way. He now sits in fifth place in POY arrangement.
Aryeh was second in chips when he started with three-fingered, while Jake Schindler was at the bottom of the chip list. Schindler doubled down on Eveslage, improving his A-8 into rides for the top chip leaderboard pocket kings. Then he got a second double, and this time he got his last chips on a double board after the river. He had a full fives, and he got a call from a full fours.
Aryeh left shortly thereafter. He got double one, and was well positioned to score as second, but the Pocket Jackets were outdone by Schindler’s Jeep doubles. Arih, ruler WSOP . World Series of Poker Player of the Year earned $616,047 for his third-place appearance. This was his first cash in 2022 and he’s looking forward to defending it POY nickname.
The head-to-head game started with Eveslage seated at 1,965,000, while Schindler climbed to 18,025,000. Eveslage jumped to a 2:1 lead thanks to a flurry of river walnuts edging out the Schindler’s flop top pair. He was able to extend that lead to more than 8:1 before Schindler earned a double, with AJ holding a contract against Eveslage’s A-5.
In the final hand of the tournament, Schindler entered a limp with a 106 One button with 12 large curtains. Eveslage checked his option with K.3 And the flip went down K.96. Eveslage checked with the top pair and Schindler checked in the back. 3 In return, the Eveslage kings gave the lead, while Schindler added a flowing tie to go with the doubles of six. 10 River gave Schindler scores. Eveslage moved on with it all, a betting increase of over 3.8 million on the bet of 2.8 million. Schindler thought it was over for a while before the couple made the call, just to show off the best couple. year 2022 Super high roller bowl Europe The main event champion earned $874,915 for his second place finish, increasing his career earnings to over $34.7 million. He also got 1,190 POY Point, enough to see him flying to seventh in the POY arrangement. with 2,017 PGT Point, he’s now fourth in that race as well.
Here is a look at the payments and rating points awarded in the final table:
|place||player||profits (American dollar)||POY points||PGT points|
|1||Chad Evslag||1415610 dollars||1428||700|
|6||Koray the destroyer||$241,791||476||145|
|7||Antonio Livano||184,324 dollars||357||111|
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