The World Series of Poker Her newest champion was crowned in the main event Monday night at the Isle of Capri Casino in Pompano Beach, Florida. year 2022 WSOPC Capri Island Boca Raton resident Mike Chiappeta won the $1,700 Hold’em main event title. Topped a field of 726 entries, beating the bracelet winner and world poker tour Champion James Calderaro is poised to win the title, earning $200,196 and his first WSOPC Golden ring.
This was the biggest hit to date in Chiappetta’s resumption, shedding the $82,449 he took as the winner of a $600 buyout event at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood Sixth elevator series. With 85 funds to cash out his career, including five titles he won, Chiapita now has approximately $795,000 of life earnings to his name.
Chiappetta was also awarded 912 card player Overall player points to win. This was his second and fifth title in this year’s final standings. At $403,179 per year to date POY Earnings and 2,248 total points, Chiappetta climbed to 84th place in 2022 POY sponsored race Global Poker.
“I’ve been running really well this year. I’ve made some changes to the game and it’s working really well,” said Chipita. WSOP . World Series of Poker Reporters after grabbing his first piece WSOP . World Series of Poker hardware.
This event took place over a total of five days, with three starting flights and two more days of work required to determine the winner. The top 106 runners have made money, with big names such as three-time bracelet winner and five-time winner Philip Hoy (46), Scott Bombstein (44), WSOPC cherokee hara Main event winner Brett Bader (19) and Jake Schwartz (18) run deep.
The final day of the event started with only seven contenders remaining and James Calderaro in the lead. Chiappetta was third in the chips when the cards were back in the air. Quickly adding to his collection in a big way, he picked up pocket aces against the jib slings of Matthew Zarcadolas (7th – $29,841) and stuck it out to narrow the field to six. Then he won again with Jeep Racing racing against David Tuthill’s AK ($6 – $38644) to extend his lead.
Eric Yanovsky scored the next knockout, with his 8-7 outfit that beat three pockets by Anibal Salazar (5th place – $50.705). Despite winning this hand, Janowski was eventually eliminated in fourth when Jeep couldn’t hold his own against Rafael Reis’ AJ. Reese’s flip saw the ace to top the lead. He was held from there to send Yanovsky packing $67,399 for his efforts.
Reis eliminated his last short stack with the first couple facing ace high potential and Chiappetta’s straight, flowing tailgate. Turn and River already gave Chiappetta a sprint to victory, which saw Reis finish third ($90,744).
With this single play it started with a hypothetical tie between Chiappetta and Calderaro. winner bracelet and WPT The champ jumped to an early lead, but a quick flow in favor of Chiappetta turned the tables.
In the final hand of the tournament, Calderaro raised the button with an A.a Chiappetta defended his big blind with 5 .4. The flip came 1092 To give Chiappetta a flow. He checked it out and Calderaro made a steady bet with his offset and nut tie. Chiappetta unleashed the check bonus, which was met with a sweeping move from Calderaro. Chiappetta made the call and brought turn seven. Calderaro needed a heart on the river to keep his hopes up, but the number 9 In the end, fate sent Chiappetta instead. Calderaro earned $123,731 as a runner-up, increasing his lifetime tournament earnings to nearly $5.4 million.
Here is a look at the payments and POY Points awarded on the final table:
|1||Mike Chipita||200196 USD||912|
|5||Anibal Salazar||50,705 dollars||380|
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