David Peters became the first player to win an open bracelet event in 2022 world poker series, He put on a dominant performance at the debut of the $100,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller with $25,000 rewards. Peters had 11 knockouts, which is roughly a quarter of a field of 46 entries in this high-stakes event.
For the win, he took home the fourth gold bracelet of his career and $1,441,810 in total prize money. He earned $1,166,810 in prize pool and another $275,000 in bonus payments.
“It’s a great feeling, especially the first event of the series, the first event away from Rio, it’s a prestigious tournament with so many great players,” Peters said when asked about starting the summer with a win. Big four. Not many people have four. It’s a very, very nice start to the series.”
I won it for 1.46 million including trophies and my 4th bracelet! pic.twitter.com/iqWDZrrhHc
– David Peters (@dpeterspoker17) June 3, 2022
Peters became the 63rd player in poker history to have won four or more WSOP . World Series of Poker Bracelets, although it wasn’t so long ago that they were considered some of the best bracelets without them. He got his first event in 2016, canceling a $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em event for $412,557. His second and third bracelets have been won in online events. 2020 saw him win the $10,000 No-Limit Online Hold’em event for $360,480. In 2021, online high roller Hold’em won $7777 for $283,940.
The 35-year-old professional poker player now owns more than $42.7 million, enough to put him at number five on the all-time poker money list.
This victory saw Peters earn a lot of rank points, including 600 card player overall player points. This was his fourth POY– This year’s qualifying result, which saw him move into the top 125 rankings of the 2022 standings, which it sponsors Global Poker. also scored 400 PokerGO جولة Tour points, which puts him 34th on the leaderboard.
Peters has been one of the most consistent artists in the world POY Racing over the past decade or more, with eight of the top 50 finishes over the past 12 years including three top-five shows and an outright competition POY win in 2016.
Peters said when asked about his consistency in the track. “It feels good to continue to do well after all these years, and not to have so much difficulty keeping up as the players are improving every year. It is a good feeling to continue to compete at a high level.”
This event lasted over three days. While players could win $25,000 in rewards throughout the event, only the first seven rewards were paid out from the main prize pool. Twice bracelet-winning Nick Petrangelo broke the bubble when the Pocket Kings lost to eight-times-bracelet-winning Phil Ivy, who was going straight. Despite scoring this elimination, Ivy was ultimately the first to hit the rails after the bubble burst. He was one of the many downfalls for Peters, who won a race with AJ by defeating Ivey’s Pocket Sevens. Ivey received $133,127 in prize pool and 150 POY points. It now sits inside the top 20 in POYand the third in PGT arrangement.
Matthew Steinberg is sixth for $180,872, recently Choctaw World Series of Poker Main event winner Chance Corinth demands his reward to wrap up day two.
Kornuth led with a healthy chip performance until the last day, finishing with 143 big blinds. Peters had the second largest aggregate with 89 big blinds, while the bottom three on the combined leaderboard for 44 big blinds are between them.
The last day lasted just over an hour. Right off the bat, Sovereignty WSOP . World Series of Poker Main event champion Koray Aldamer called out an all-in-one pass of a button from Cornuth. He had Aldemir K-2, who was driving a J-7 from Kornuth until the flop brought Seven. Aldemir picked up some outs with a demon on the role, but he wasn’t able to get any better than that. He earned $249,693 for his latest run in the series.
Not long after sending Demir home, Ali Emserovich found himself in good shape and in peril. He committed the majority of his pre-bet stack, three times betting on Kornuth’s raise button with KQ. Peters called up his aces and called back to Emserovic’s last 185,000 after failing eight times. On the turn, Imserovich left a blank sketch, dead. He earned $350,158 as the 4th place finisher. This was his 20th finale on this year’s final table, solidifying his lead in POY arrangement.
2019 WSOP . World Series of Poker Main event runner-up Dario Sammartino got his last group ahead with an A-8 and found himself falling behind Peters’ pocket winches. None of the players improved and Sammartino came out in third place.
Peters brought in a 3:2 lead in a singles match with Cornuth. It won’t take long for him to turn that bullet into the title.
On the last hand, Peters lifted the button with KK Cornuth 3 bets at 8 .8. Peters for-bet, only to get Cornoth with five bets. Peters made the call and the board ran out 976a7 To lock up fate and property for Peters.
Cornuth earned $721,144 as the runner-up, the biggest payday of his career. This was his sixth time at the final table in 2022, winning three titles and over $1.9 million POY Earnings accumulated along the way. As a result, it now sits in third place in POY arrangement.
Chance Cornoth (ChancesCards) June 3, 2022
Final table results
|place||player||Total Earnings Prizes||POY points||PGT points|
|4||Ali Emserovic||350,158 dollars||300||105|
|5||Koray the destroyer||$249,693||250||75|
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