Tony Dunst Wins Second World Series of Poker Bracelet Online bonus138– Tony Dunst won his second World Series of Poker gold bracelet in the early hours of Wednesday, July 22. Dunst surpassed a field of 1,361 entries total to emerge victorious in the 2020 WSOP Online $777 no-limit hold’em six-max event, securing the title and top prize of $168,342. The World Poker Tour commentators won the first piece of the WSOP hardware back in 2016 by taking under a $1,000 no-limit hold’em event for $339,254. It is the 35-year-old’s third major title, having also won the WPT Caribbean main event in 2013.
The event attracted a total of 849 unique players who re-entered 512 times to build a final prize pool of $952,700. While the lion’s share of that ended up going to Dunst, 206 players made money, with the min cash worth $1,048. Among the notable players to earn money in this event are Jamie ‘DanBilzerian’ Kerstetter (206 – $1,048), Phil ‘Lumestackin’ Hellmuth (114 – $1,429), and WSOP bracelet winner Ryan ‘protential’ Laplante (99 – $1,524). ). Laplante has now cashed in 13 of the 21 US-based events held so far this series, cashing in the last eight consecutive tournaments that have been held.
Other big names making money are kickoff event winner Jonathan ‘Art.Vandelay’ Dokler (89 – $1,620), bracelet winner Jason ‘haderade’ Somerville (87 – $1,620), Ian ‘APokerJoker2’ Steinman (69 – $1,810 ), bracelet winner Andrew ‘WATCHGUY42’ Lichtenberger (61 – $2,001), 2013 WSOP major champion Ryan ‘BiTC0iN’ Riess (60 – $2,001), four-time bracelet winner Max ‘MaxSparrow’ Pescatori (58 – $2,001), bracelet winner six-time Daniel ‘DNegs’ Negreanu (30 – $5,145), recent bracelet winner Alan ‘GladiusIII’ Goehring (26 – $5,145), and bracelet winner Ankush ‘rickrosstheb’ Mandavia (18 – $8,288).
After beating WSOP bracelet winner Randy ‘StayAlive’ Ohel in the final table bubble, Dunst is the clear chip leader, with 8.4 million more than double the next biggest stack. Twice Card Poker Player Turner Jon ‘havuuuuuc’ premier Venetian Tournament Tour was the first to fall. He got his final chips with A Club Shirt9 Diamond Suits against K Diamond Suits J Diamond Suits of Dunst. The board runs out J Club Shirt 9 Diamond Suit 4 Spades Suit 4 Diamond Suit 10 Heart Suit and Dunst made jacks and fours to win the pot and send Turner onto the virtual rail in sixth place ($26,199).
Krista ‘Pollux’ Gifford was the next to fall when she ran K Club Shirt 10 Heart Suit to K Spade Suit K Diamond Suit from Dunst. Gifford took a straight gutshot on the flop, but the jack he needed never materialized on the turn or river and he was eliminated in fifth place ($36,203).