Matt “Bodeyster” Bode Calls His Shot, Wins Bracelet in Online WSOP Event #4

Matt "Bodeystar" Bode Wins Event #5: $500 No-Limit Hold'em Super Turbo at the 2020 Online WSOP on WSOP.com

On Saturday night, the 2020 WSOP Online Event #4: $500 No-Limit Hold'em Super Turbo attracted 828 runners who rebought 351 times to create a 1,179-entry field. That generated a $530,550 prize pool, and after less than six hours of play, it was Matt “Bodeyster” Bode walking away with the $97,091 top prize and the latest gold bracelet.

According to his Twitter profile, @Matt_Bode79, Bode is a Behavior Therapist and U23 WFDF Gold Medalist, as well as an online MTT grinder. Amazingly, Bode had called his shot back on June 29 via Twitter.

“Here goes to becoming a secret online crusher,” he wrote. “Using pios solvers programs poker coaching sites backers and discord to ship a bracelet. No retweets when this ages well.”

He willed it into existence and accomplished the feat from the comfort of his dad’s basement (he even tweeted the attached photo to prove it).

2020 WSOP Event #4: $500 No-Limit Hold'em Super Turbo Final Table Results

PlacePlayerPrize
1Matt “Bodeyster” Bode$97,091
2Brian “XcrazylegsX” Frasca$59,952
3Caitlin “KTUUUH” Dillon$42,603
4Frank “spaghetti” Marasco$30,772
5Kevin “ImaLuckSac" MacPhee$22,389
6David “DrJayTrotter” Bernsen$16,500
7Ryan “Whosyourdodd” Dodd$12,362
8Shawn “Saygoodnight” Daniels$9,338
9Jason “Daluxxx” Luxenberg$7,162

Action of the Day

After “Allergic2Avg” bubbled the tournament in 181st place, the in-the-money bustouts came quickly. Among those to secure a payday were Jon "havuuuuuc" Turner (179th - $742.77), John Allan “beastro” Hinds (176th - $742.77), Ben "WhyIsGamora" Yu (167th - $742.77), Michael “miguelfiesta” Lech (92nd - $848.88), Mike “mouth123” Matusow (86th - $954.99), Ryan “protential” Laplante (58th - $1,432.48), Phil “Lumestackin” Hellmuth (37th - $1,963.03), Matt “RubberFist” Stout (24th - $2,864.97), and Ari “philivey” Engel (16th - $3,501.63).

“Here goes to becoming a secret online crusher. Using pios solvers programs poker coaching sites backers and discord to ship a bracelet. No retweets when this ages well.” -Matt Bode

Not surprisingly, the final table was a quick affair. One player making his second final table appearance through four events was Shawn “Saygoodnight” Daniels, who finished fourth in Event #1: $500 NLH Kickoff. He fell in eighth place after getting it all in preflop with ace-king only to fall to Kevin “ImaLuckSac” MacPhee’s king-queen after the latter flopped two pair.

With five players remaining the stacks were extremely shallow with the big stack having just 10 big blinds. With six-minute levels, it was only a matter of time before players hit the rail including MacPhee, who got unlucky holding ace-queen against Bode’s ace-ten when a ten flopped.

Want to buy Phil Hellmuth's house? Check it right here!

Bode would go on to dispatch Frank “spaghettiii” Marasco in fourth place, and after Caitlin “KTUUUH” Dillon exited in third, the title came down to Bode and Brian “XcrazylegsX” Frasca. The latter began with a chip lead but with the blinds so big the swings were huge. Eventually, Bode claimed the lead and closed things out when his queen-seven got lucky against Frasca’s ace-queen.

The next tournament on the schedule – Event #5: $1,000 NLH Freezeout– will take place at 3 p.m. PDT on Sunday. The PokerNews Live Reporting Team will once again be reporting all the action, so be sure to tune in then to see who captures the next 2020 WSOP bracelet!

The first step in getting set up to play on WSOP.com is to download the client. You can do so for both mobile (Android and iOS) and desktop (Windows 7 or higher and Mac OS X 10.6.8).

To get the correct version of the client, use the links below:

Check Out Oddschecker US today!

Sharelines
  • Matt “Bodeyster” Bode called his shot on Twitter a week ago and backed it up with a bracelet win.

What do you think?

In this Series

More Stories

Casino News

Other Stories

Recommended for you

How to Read Poker Players When You Play Online How to Read Poker Players When You Play Online