2022 World Series of Poker

[Online] $500 No-Limit Hold'em Summer Saver
Day: 1
Event Info

2022 World Series of Poker

Final Results
Shaun “BabyLegs” O’Donnell
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
160,000 / 320,000
Players Info - Day 1
Players Left

Shaun “BabyLegs” O’Donnell Bags the Bracelet and $125,330 in the Online Summer Saver

Level 43 : Blinds 160,000/320,000, 40,000 ante
Summer Saver Payouts
Summer Saver Payouts

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

1Shaun “BabyLegs” O’DonnellUnited States$125,330
2Andrew "Pokasmoka" BenedictUnited States$77,247
3Benjamin "Denali2020" ChungUnited States$55,620
4Soheb "bdbeatslayer" PorbandarwalaUnited States$40,417
5Boris "goldenbracelet" KolevBulgaria$29,738
6Paul "rungood27" ScaturroUnited States$22,099
7Lawrence “MeldyMan” MeldmanUnited States$16,611
8Guy "PhilLaak" DunlapUnited States$12,607
9Michael "mygame" LavenburgUnited 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.