Event #12: $400 NLH Ultra Deepstack
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Event Info

Buy-in $400
Prize Pool $274,680
Players 538

Players Info - Day 1

Players Left 1
Entries 538
Event #12: $400 NLH Ultra Deepstack
Day 1 Completed

Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma Wins First WSOP Bracelet in Event #12: $400 Ultra Deepstack ($47,520)

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Jesse Yaginuma
Jesse Yaginuma

Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma defeated Paul "ToTheMoon" Dewald in heads-up play to win his first WSOP gold bracelet and $47,420 in Event #12: $400 NLH Ultra Deepstack on WSOP.com. The event drew a field of 538 players that rebought 225 times to generate a prize pool of $274,680.

Yaginuma adds a WSOP gold bracelet to a list of accomplishments that includes two WSOP Circuit rings and over $2.2 million in career earnings according to Hendon Mob. Despite the near miss, Dewald continues a successful series that saw a previous run to sixth in Event #5: $500 NLH Turbo Deepstack.

In third was Tom "GLfam" Steinbach and Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii bowed out in fourth. WSOP champion Ryan "Protential" Laplante rounded out the top five.

Event #12: $400 NLH Ultra Deepstack Final Table Results

RankPlayerCountryPrize
1Jesse "Patient0" YaginumaUnited States$47,520
2Paul "ToTheMoon" DewaldUnited States$34,665
3Tom "GLfam" SteinbachUnited States$25,325
4Sergei "Copone" KislinskiiUnited States$18,485
5Ryan "Protential" LaplanteUnited States$13,597
6"njkurlee"United States$10,081
7Jeremy "HoyaSaxaJW" WienUnited States$7,471
8Eric "Bill_Luga" BlairUnited States$5,576
9Steven "girlcanplay2" KellyUnited States$4,175

Final Table Action

The fast-paced structure of the tournament made for a quick trip to the final nine and it was Rok "kamehameha" Gostisa who busted out in tenth to bring the tournament down to one table. Other players that made a run but failed to make the final nine include Tim "uNORTH0dox" Reilly, who busted out in 14th place, and 13th place finisher Dan "Feeltheflow" Sindelar.

Yaginuma came into the final table with the chip lead, and he was trailed closely by Dewald with Jeremy "HoyaSaxaJW" Wien not far behind in third. It was Steven "girlcanplay2" Kelly that went first when he shoved with Big Slick but became the first of many final table victims for Yaginuma. Yaginuma’s queen-ten made trips to move the eventual champion over 10 million in early finale table action.

Eric "Bill_Luga" Blair was next to go when he shoved with pocket eights and lost to Yaginuma’s ace-high straight. Soon after, Wien fell quickly and bowed out in seventh when his ace-king lost to Dewald’s pocket kings. "NJKurlee" shoved next with ace-king but was out in sixth place when the better hand was outdrawn by Kislinskii’s ace-jack. Laplante fell in fifth place after he called a river shove with a pair but Kislinskii had the goods.

Yaginuma pulled away in four-handed play as Kislinskii, Steinbach, and Deward struggled to find traction against the pressure from the overwhelming chip leader. Kislinskii was soon out in fourth when his ace-queen was no good against Yaginuma’s kings and the tournament was down to its final three.

Steinbach found his spot with a suited ace-king, but Yaginuma won an unlikely hand and finished him in third place when the river brought a flush for his king-three offsuit.

Yaginuma ended heads-up play with an overwhelming chip lead and Dewald was never able to get anything going in the final stage of the tournament. The big moment came when Dewald got it in with jack-four, but Yaginuma turned over jack-five and sealed the deal with two pair.

This concludes coverage of Event #12: $400 NLH Ultra Deepstack on WSOP.com. Be sure to keep it with PokerNews throughout the week for more coverage of your favorite online bracelet events.

2022 WSOP.com Online Bracelet Series Winners

TournamentPlayersRe-EntriesTotal EntriesPrize PoolWinnerPrize
Event #1: $400 NLK Kick-Off474381855$271,800Oli "try2trick" Hasson$58,491
Event #2: $500 Monster Stack508214722$324,900"rvrruner"$64,590
Event #3: $3,200 High Roller742599$376,960Drew "dudeguydrew" O'Connell$96,087
Event #4: $1,000 PLO 6-Max129144273$275,700Soheb "TommyConway6" Porbandarwala$57,125
Event #5: $500 NLH Turbo Deepstack348167515$231,750"ccast93"$44,704
Event #6: $800 NLH Ultra Deepstack264119383$282,960Vito "thesuitbig29" Distefano$57,355
Event #7: $365 NLH571 571$299,722Jeremy "Chipchecka" Ausmus$51,807
Event #8: $1,000 NLH 6-Max238146384$345,600Jesse "Dangerous22" Lonis$73,370
Event #9: $600 NLH Deepstack Championship380135515$278,100Timothy "LosingEquity" Faro$50,864
Event #10: $2,500 NLH Freezeout153 153$237,563William "SlaweelRyam" Romaine$79,753
Event #11: $400 PLO 6-Max172193365$131,400Tanner "bamatide88" Bibat$29,459
Event #12: $400 NLH Ultra Deepstack538225763$274,680Jesse "patient0" Yaginuma$47,520

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Paul "ToTheMoon" Dewald Eliminated in 2nd Place ($34,665)

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Yaginuma Wins WSOP Gold
Yaginuma Wins WSOP Gold

Blinds: 200,000/400,000/40,000

Paul "ToTheMoon" Dewald got it in for around 5,000,000 and Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma went for the win.

Paul "ToTheMoon" Dewald: {j-Hearts}{4-Spades}
Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma: {j-Spades}{5-Hearts}

The board ran out {3-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}{5-Clubs}{8-Hearts}{6-Spades} and Yaginuma held on with jacks and fives to eliminate Dewald in second place for $34,665.

Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma us
Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma
us 38,150,000 5,840,298
Paul "ToTheMoon" Dewald us
Paul "ToTheMoon" Dewald
us Busted

Tom "GLfam" Steinbach Eliminated in 3rd Place ($25,325)

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Steinbach Out
Steinbach Out

Blinds: 170,000/340,000/34,000

Tom "GLfam" Steinbach called for just over 5,000,000 when Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma shoved from the big blind.

Tom "GLfam" Steinbach: {a-Hearts}{k-Hearts}
Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma: {k-Spades}{3-Clubs}

The board ran out {7-Clubs}{4-Spades}{a-Clubs}{4-Clubs}{9-Clubs} and Yaginuma made a flush on the river to eliminate Steinback in third place for $25,315.

Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma us
Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma
us 32,309,702 8,271,303
Tom "GLfam" Steinbach US
Tom "GLfam" Steinbach
US Busted

Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii Eliminated in 4th Place ($18,485)

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Kislinskii Out
Kislinskii Out

Blinds: 170,000/340,000/34,000

Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii got it all in for just under 5,000,000 and Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma went for the knockout.

Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii: {a-Clubs}{q-Hearts}
Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma: {q-Clubs}{q-Diamonds}

The board ran out {9-Clubs}{10-Hearts}{7-Hearts}{j-Spades}{9-Hearts} and the queens held to eliminate Kislinskii from the tournament in fourth place for $18,485.

Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma us
Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma
us 24,038,399 7,792,130
Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii us
Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii
us Busted

Yaginuma Pulling Away

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Blinds: 170,000/340,000/34,000

Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii raised to 560,000 and Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma called before Tom "GLfam" Steinbach came along from the big blind. The flop was {k-Hearts}{8-Clubs}{9-Hearts}.

All three players checked and the turn was {2-Spades}.

Yaginuma bet 788,888 and Steinbach folded before Kislinskii called. The river was {10-Spades}.

Yaginuma fired 2,222,222 on the river and Kiskinskii folded to give up the pot.

Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma us
Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma
us 16,246,269 1,684,888
Tom "GLfam" Steinbach US
Tom "GLfam" Steinbach
US 7,938,051 693,000
Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii us
Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii
us 5,954,130 -1,910,562

Ryan "Protential" Laplante in 5th Place ($13,597)

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Laplante Out
Laplante Out

Blinds: 120,000/240,000/24,000

Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii limped in from the small blind and Ryan "Protential" Laplante checked his option from the big blind. The flop was {a-Spades}{4-Clubs}{k-Clubs}.

Kislinskii bet 200,000 and Laplante called to see {9-Diamonds} on the turn.

Kislinskii bet 729,000 on the turn and Laplante called.

The river was {a-Diamonds} and Kislinskii shoved with more. Laplante spent some time in the tank before he emerged and called for his last 2,473,676. Kislinskii turned over {a-Clubs}{q-Clubs} to beat Laplante's {10-Spades}{4-Hearts} and knock him out in fifth place for $13,597.

Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii us
Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii
us 10,929,012 3,682,646
Ryan "Protential" Laplante us
Ryan "Protential" Laplante
us Busted

"NJKurlee" Eliminated in 6th Place ($10,081)

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"NJKurlee" Out
"NJKurlee" Out

Blinds: 100,000/200,000/20,000

"NJKurlee" shoved with suited Big Slick and Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii called with ace-jack offsuit to put them at risk.

"NJKurlee": {a-Clubs}{k-Clubs}
Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii: {a-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}

The board ran out {2-Spades}{a-Diamonds}{j-Spades}{q-Hearts}{7-Hearts} and Kislinskii made aces and jacks to eliminate "NJKurlee" in sixth place for $10,081.

Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii us
Sergei "Copone" Kislinskii
us 7,246,366 2,356,526
njkurlee US
njkurlee
US Busted