2021 WSOP.com Online Bracelet Events

Event #20: $3,200 NLH High Roller
Day: 1
Event Info

2021 WSOP.com Online Bracelet Events

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
60,000 / 120,000
Players Info - Day 1
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Event #20: $3,200 NLH High Roller

Day 1 Completed

Sang "youngkoi" Lee Wins 2021 WSOP Online Event #20: $3,200 NLH High Roller ($241,768)

Level 35 : 60,000/120,000, 12,000 ante

On Tuesday night, the 2021 World Series of Poker Online Event #20: $3,200 NLH High Roller attracted 312 total entries, which resulted in a $948,840 prize pool.

The tournament marked the second high roller event on the 2021 WSOP schedule, and after more than 12 hours of play, it was Sang "youngkoi" Lee coming out on top to win a $241,768 top prize and his first career bracelet.

Prior to the win, Lee had 37 WSOP-related cashes totaling $192,340 with one circuit ring under his belt after he took down Event #14: $250 NLH in the 2019/20 WSOP Circuit - WSOP.COM Super Circuit Series (Online Circuit) for $36,618.

2021 WSOP Event #20: $3,200 NLH High Roller Final Table Results

1Sang "youngkoi" Lee$241,768
2Daniel "juice" Buzgon$149,386
3David "dehhhhh" Coleman$103,720
4Christopher "Basile28" Basile$71,990
5Zachary "Kings702" Grech$51,502
6Jeremy "Chipchecka" Ausmus$38,129
7Caesar "MadMaz" Mazzeo$28,549
8John "Macallan25" Riordan$21,341

After two-time WSOP bracelet winner James "muskrrr" Moore exited as the bubble bout in 36th place, the in-the-money eliminations came at a steady pace which included four-time WSOP bracelet winner Jeff "NedrudRelyt" Madsen (33rd - $6,639), two-time WSOP bracelet winner Anthony "heheh" Zinno (20th - $7,588), Matt "RubberFist" Stout (15th - $10,718), Joseph "biueberry" Cheong (11th - $13,184), Ralph "sosana" Perry (10th - $13,184), and "JIGESH" (9th - $16,598).

Final Table Action

Event #20: $3,200 NLH High Roller Final Table
Final Table Chip Counts

The final table saw most players sitting fairly deep with John "Macallan25" Riordan being the exception as he held less than 10 big blinds when he bowed out in eighth place after jamming with a suited king-queen only to be called by Zachary "Kings702" Grech holding a pair of ladies.

Christopher "Basile28" Basile was dealt back-to-back pocket pairs and eliminated Caesar "MadMaz" Mazzeo in seventh place with kings, then Jeremy "Chipchecka" Ausmus in sixth place with queens.

Not long after, Grech hit the elimination train when he jammed his stack into the middle after the flop holding ace-king and was called Lee holding a pair of aces. Grech did turn a broadway draw but he bricked the river and was sent home in fifth place.

With four players remaining the stacks were even and extremely deep, each player sat with roughly 20 big blinds. As blinds were 20-minutes in length, a few went by with Daniel "juice" Buzgon collecting a few doubles to gain enough chips to set up Basile in fourth place.

Three-handed action saw Buzgon hold a chip advantage and that grew after he won a flip with a made hand of nines against David "dehhhhh" Coleman holding Big Slick, dropping him in third place.

Even though Buzgon held a 3:1 chip advantage, Lee secured an early double which led to a series of back-and-forth double-ups until Lee got the final one to eliminate Buzgon in second place.

The 2021 WSOP Online continues on Wednesday with Event #21: $600 PLO 6-Max. PokerNews will be live reporting and streaming the action, so be sure to join us then.

2021 WSOP Online Bracelet Winners Thus Far

DateTournamentPlayersRe-entriesTotal EntriesPrize PoolWinnerPrize
1-JulEvent #1: $500 NLH BIG 500 Kick-Off8374401277$574,650Jose "deposit" Nooa$105,161
2-JulEvent #2: $600 NLH Monster Stack7273111038$560,520Manig "Ohio77" Loeser$104,313
3-JulEvent #3: $500 NLH Turbo Deepstack641309950$427,500Donnell "Spreezy52" Dais$90,801
4-JulEvent #4: $500 NLH Super Turbo608242850$382,500Jeffery "Steelvikes7" Hoop$73,861
5-JulyEvent #5: $1,000 NLH 8-Max459-459$648,700Jeremiah “freestylerr” Williams$139,600
6-JulyEvent #6: $2,000 NLH Deepstack312104416$769,600Tyler "ShipTheShip" Denson$175,700
7-JulyEvent #7: $777 NLH Lucky 7's576312888$621,600Michael "stiltwalk" Mercaldo$123,574
8-JulyEvent #8: $888 Crazy Eights Hold'em514268782$625,600Carlos "CarlosWelch" Welch$124,369
9-JulyEvent #9: $400 NLH 6-Max7884291,217$438,120Philip "wingsuiter" Beck$81,534
10-JulyEvent #10: $333 NLH9865311,517$455,100Michael "njnj17" Leib$81,645
11-JulyEvent #11: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Ultra Deepstack1,0783391,417$510,120Vijay “Eclypzed” Para$86,210
12-JulyEvent #12: $500 NLH Turbo Deepstack654305959$431,550Bryan "Pellepelle" Piccioli$83,332
13-JulyEvent #13: $1,000 NLH Freezeout561-561$504,900Ryan "Adopt_aDogg0" Leng$108,654
14-JulyEvent #14: $500 No Limit Hold'em6733631,036$466,200Gionni "COLDWARKID" Demers$90,023
15-JulyEvent #15: $5,300 No-Limit Hold'em High Roller Freezout188-188$940,000Justin "Jsaliba2" Saliba$253,800
16-JulyEvent #16: $600 PLO8 6-Handed293295498$268,920Allen "Acnyc718" Chang$61,394
17-JulyEvent #17: $400 NLH 8-Max7473781,125$405,000Justin “LappyPoker” Lapka$75,371
18-JulyEvent #18: $1,000 NLH North American Open524232756$692,000James "Danfriel" Gilbert$137,570
19-JulyEvent #19: $888 PLO Crazy Eights 8-Handed285222507$405,600Martin “bathroomline” Zamani$92,598
20-JulyEvent #20: $3,200 NLH High Roller22191312$948,480Sang "youngkoi" Lee$241,768

Daniel "juice" Buzgon Eliminated in 2nd Place ($149,836)

Level 35 : 60,000/120,000, 12,000 ante
Daniel Buzgon
Daniel Buzgon

Daniel "juice" Buzgon moved all in from the small blind for 1,640,308 and was called by Sang "youngkoi" Lee.

Buzgon had the {k-Spades}{9-Spades}, while Lee had a chance to win the bracelet with the {a-Diamonds}{q-Diamonds}.

The flop came the {9-Hearts}{5-Diamonds}{7-Clubs} to pair the nine and send Buzgon into the led. The turn was the {j-Clubs} but the river was the {q-Hearts} to pair the queen and end it for Buzgon.

Player Chips Progress
Sang "youngkoi" Lee us
Sang "youngkoi" Lee
7,800,000 2,684,204
Daniel "juice" Buzgon
Daniel "juice" Buzgon

Remaining 2021 WSOP.com Online Series Schedule

Level 35 : 60,000/120,000, 12,000 ante
July 21#21: $600 Pot-Limit Omaha Six-Handed
July 22#22: $600 No-Limit Hold'em Knockout
July 23#23: $500 No-Limit Hold'em Turbo
July 24#24: $400 No-Limit Hold'em Monsterstack
July 25#25: $7,777 No-Limit Hold'em Lucky 7s High Roller
July 25#26: $500 No-Limit Hold'em The Big 500 Encore
July 26#27: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship
July 27#28: $3,200 No-Limit Hold'em High Roller Championship
July 28#29: $800 No-Limit Hold'em 8-Max Turbo Deepstack Championship
July 29#30: $600 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Max Championship
July 30#31: $500 No-Limit Hold'em Summer Saver
July 31#32: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Championship
Aug. 1#33: $500 No-Limit Hold'em Grand Finale ($1M Guaranteed)

Lee Flips the Table

Level 35 : 60,000/120,000, 12,000 ante

Daniel "juice" Buzgon limped from the small blind, Sang "youngkoi" Lee shoved and Buzgon called.

Buzgon had a chance to end it with the {q-Spades}{8-Diamonds} but would need to come from behind against the {a-Hearts}{q-Spades}.

The board ran out the {3-Hearts}{q-Hearts}{10-Clubs}{k-Diamonds}{8-Spades} and Lee was the commanding chip leader.

Player Chips Progress
Sang "youngkoi" Lee us
Sang "youngkoi" Lee
5,115,796 3,205,898
Daniel "juice" Buzgon
Daniel "juice" Buzgon
2,684,204 -3,095,898

Level: 35

Blinds: 60,000/120,000

Ante: 12,000

WSOP History: Looking Back at the November (and October) Nines

Level 34 : 50,000/100,000, 10,000 ante
2013 WSOP November Nine
2013 WSOP November Nine

No stage in poker stood as a bigger goal for a tournament player than the final table of the WSOP Main Event. For years, that meant going to sleep knowing you had the chance of a lifetime, to go down in poker history in the next few days as the cameras captured your every bet, raise and fold.

All of that changed in 2008.

The year after Jerry Yang's Main Event victory was broadcast to all on ESPN's standard tape delay, organizers made a decision to try to increase the excitement and anticipation around the final table: after the final nine was reached, play would be paused. At that point, everyone left would go home with 9th-place money and the players would reconvene a few months later to play out the final table on a short tape delay.

That lasted until 2016, and this is the history of the November (and October) Nines.

Click here to read the article about the history of the WSOP November Nine

Level: 34

Blinds: 50,000/100,000

Ante: 10,000