Day 1 Completed
|Blinds||160,000 / 320,000|
Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
The final online bracelet-awarding event of the 2022 World Series of Poker was the $500 No-Limit Hold'em Summer Saver. It drew in 1,648 player, including re-entries, who created a $741,600 prize pool. At the end of a 12-hour 40 minute battle, it was Shaun “BabyLegs” O’Donnell who had all the chips in play. Their reward? $125,330 in prize money and a gold WSOP bracelet.
Online $500 No-Limit Hold'em Summer Save Final Table Results
|1||Shaun “BabyLegs” O’Donnell||United States||$125,330|
|2||Andrew "Pokasmoka" Benedict||United States||$77,247|
|3||Benjamin "Denali2020" Chung||United States||$55,620|
|4||Soheb "bdbeatslayer" Porbandarwala||United States||$40,417|
|5||Boris "goldenbracelet" Kolev||Bulgaria||$29,738|
|6||Paul "rungood27" Scaturro||United States||$22,099|
|7||Lawrence “MeldyMan” Meldman||United States||$16,611|
|8||Guy "PhilLaak" Dunlap||United States||$12,607|
|9||Michael "mygame" Lavenburg||United States||$9,714|
"ReadyGambo" was this event's unfortunate bubble boy, busting in 248th to become the last player heading for the exits without any prize money to show for their efforts. A min-cash weighed in at $741.60, but this prize money increase to more than $4,600 by the time only two tables of players remained.
Jesse "Patient0" Yaginuma and Anthony "heheh" Zinno came close to a final table spot but ultimately fell short, Zinno bowing out in 15th place for $5,932. The elimination of Adam "quiwimgngstr" Swan in tenth place, a finish worth $7,564, set the nine-handed final table.
Michael "mygame" Lavenburg busted in ninth and won $9,714, leaving the remaining finalists to pad their bankrolls with at least a five-figure haul. Guy "PhilLaak" Dunlap, "MeldyMan," Paul "rungood27" Scaturro, and Boris "goldbracelet" Kolev crashed by the wayside. Kolev was hunting for his second bracelet but had to make do with a $29,738 consolation prize.
Fourth place and $40,417 went to Soheb "bdbeatslayer" Porbandarwala before Benjamin "Denali2020" Chung was eliminated, leaving "BabyLegs" heads-up against Andrew "Pokasmoka" Benedict. The one-on-one battle went the way of "BabyLegs" and they netted the $125,330 top prize and WSOP bracelet, leaving Benedict to console himself with $77,247.
Benjamin "Denali2020" Chung has narrowly missed out on a coveted WSOP bracelet after he fell at the final hurdle. Chung collected $77,274 for his runner-up finish, leaving "BabyLegs" to walk away with $125,330, the title of champion, and a gold WSOP bracelet.
Stay tuned for a full recap of the action.
The final online bracelet-awarding event is now heads-up after Andrew "Pokasmoka" Benedict fell in third place, a finish good for $55,620.
Boris "GoldBracelet" Kolev raised from under the gun to 2,520,000. Benjamin "Denali2020" Chung moved all in from the big blind covering Kolev.
Boris "GoldBracelet" Kolev:
Benjamin "Denali2020" Chung:
Kolev was ahead, however his second bracelet wasn't meant to be as the board ran out which eliminated Kolev from the tournament in fifth.
Paul "rungood27" Scaturro moved all in for 2,158,000 from the cutoff. BabyLegs called in the big blind.
Paul "rungood27" Scaturro:
The board ran out which eliminated Scaturro from the tournament in 6th for just over $20,000.