2021 WSOP.com Online Bracelet Events

Event #11: $400 NLH Ultra Deepstack
Day: 1
Event Info

2021 WSOP.com Online Bracelet Events

Final Results
Vijay Para
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
1,000,000 / 2,000,000
Players Info - Day 1
Players Left

Ye "yuan365" Yuan Looking For Another Big Summer of Online Fun

Level 16 : 1,000/2,000, 200 ante
Ye Yuan
Ye Yuan

Ye "yuan365" Yuan, also known as Tony Yuan, has a tiny amount of cashes on his Hendon Mob profile, with just $6,774 in career tournament earnings outside of one particularly big outlier. Yuan, a Ph.D Candidate of Mathematics and Probability at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, overcame the odds and made the final table of the 2020 WSOP $10,000 Main Event, after pushing through a field of 705 entrants.

“I still can’t believe it." Yuan told PokerNews about his run to the final table. "I don’t know how I made it, but someone I did. I was quite lucky to have some big hands. I won a coinflip when short-stacked with pocket nines against my opponent’s ace-jack offsuit." Yuan also was confident in the transition to the live final table, as opposed to online, saying, "I’m a live guy. I think my live play is better than my online play. I can read people.”

Yuan finally succumbed in fifth-place, losing a flip with ace-ten to the pocket fours of Joseph Hebert, but the $286,963 payday certainly helped put a big dent in his college tuition. Now, with another summer of online events waiting, Yuan will be looking to make another deep run payoff in similar fashion.

Yuan is in action today with a decent stack, and only time will tell if he can make another deep run in a WSOP gold bracelet event.

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Ye "yuan365" Yuan
Ye "yuan365" Yuan

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