2023 World Series of Poker

Online Event #1: $333 No-Limit Hold'em Triple Treys Summer Tip Off
Day: 1
Event Info

2023 World Series of Poker

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Level Info
140,000 / 280,000
Players Info - Day 1
Players Left

Cody "1eggadaymike" Bell Wins Gold Bracelet and $87,665 in the Triple Treys Summer Tip Off

Level 42 : Blinds 140,000/280,000, 35,000 ante
Summer Tip Off Payouts
Summer Tip Off Payouts

The first online bracelet event of the 2023 World Series of Poker was the $333 Triple Treys Summer Tip Off. It drew 1,330 entries (including reentries), creating a total prize pool of $634,800. After nine hours and 33 minutes of play, it was Cody "1eggadaymike" Bell who had all the chips in play in his possession. He receives $87,665 for his efforts and his first WSOP gold bracelet.

$333 Triple Treys Summer Tip Off Final Table Results

1Cody "1eggadaymike" BellUnited States$87,665
2Douglas "OpenOpen" MayUnited States$63,987
3"Fzzypenguin"United States$47,038
4"JLEbrun"United States$34,850
5"CN_23"United States$25,772
6Nicholas "MrFinalT" KileyUnited States$19,234
7Benjamin "Pr0spector88" PalmerUnited States$14,409
8"theBAGEL"United States$10,918

"Lbird33" was the unfortunate soul who popped the money bubble, busting in 241st place. The remaining 240 players secured at least $952, while those who navigated their way to the final two tables locked in at least $3,681.

Notable players who were eliminated before the final table included former bracelet winner Steve "gborooo" Gross (13th - $4,951), Benjamin "MrLarryDavid" Felson (31st - $1,904) and Vanessa "ContainsNuts" Kade (35th - $1,904).

Seven-Handed Final Table Reached

Benjamin "Pr0spector88" Palmer was eliminated in seventh place when his pocket aces were cracked. Palmer took home $14,409 for his deep run.

Nicholas "MrFinalT" Kiley, "CN_23", and "JLEbrun" were next to fall by the wayside, leaving only three players in the hunt for the title and the all-important bracelet.

Bell held a massive chip lead over his two remaining opponents going into three-handed play. The rich became richer when Bell's pocket fives cracked the kings of "Fzzypenguin" who exited third for $47,038.

It did not take long for Bell to finish off Douglas "OpenOpen" May in a brief one-on-one clash. who took $63,987 for his runner-up finish, while Bell took home $87,665 for the win as well as his first WSOP gold bracelet.

That wraps up PokerNews' coverage of the first online event of the 2023 WSOP. Stay dialed into our live reporting pages for all of the action from every bracelet-awarding tournament on the bustling 2023 WSOP schedule.

Tags: Cody BellDouglas MayNicholas KileyBen PalmerSteve GrossBenjamin FelsonVanessa Kade