CardsChat Presents Massive Winners Of The 2022 WSOP (July 14

Whereas Espen Jorstad was making World Series of Poker history by changing into the primary Norwegian to win the Predominant Occasion, the poker summer time drew to an in depth as 15 extra bracelets had been received earlier than the WSOP’s finish.

Maybe the largest winner, in addition to Jorstad, after all, was Ryan Messick, who turned the final $500 WSOP.com bracelet occasion in Pennsylvania right into a third-place end and a further $100K within the Event of Champions $1 million freeroll that ended the primary WSOP summer time on the Strip.


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Mohammad Arani

$5K Freezeout
756 entries

$665,459

Pushing his WSOP event wins over the $1 million mark, Arani received his first bracelet within the freezeout. It was his 52nd money in WSOP occasions, together with at Circuits, and his fourth one this summer time. 


Richard Alsup

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Richard Alsup

$800 Deepstack
2,812 entries

$272,065

The Minnesota resident received his first bracelet within the large-field occasion. He has 25 WSOP cashes, principally for the minimal, however was lastly capable of break by way of on the finish of this yr’s WSOP.


Joao Vieira

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Joao Vieira

$50K Excessive Curler No-Restrict
97 entries

$1,384,413

The poker famous person from Portugal received his second bracelet within the high-roller occasion and pushed his lifetime event winnings pile practically to the $6 million lifetime mark. He additionally completed sixth within the WSOP.com on-line $5,300 high-roller occasion on Sunday for $58,800. He cashed 17 occasions this WSOP.


Lawrence Brandt

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Lawrence Brandt

$3K HORSE
327 entries

$205,319

The one purpose Brandt even performed on this HORSE occasion was as a result of he was ready round for the beginning of the Event of Champions, which he acquired into after profitable his first bracelet on June 27. He by no means performed a HORSE event earlier than, however he received it anyway.  It was his seventh money of the summer time. 


Minh Nguyen

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Minh Nguyễn

$1,500 The Nearer
2,968 entries

$536.280

Nguyen, like many poker greats who share his final title, is a cashing machine — however that is his first bracelet. He’s a profitable on-line participant and has cashed 18 occasions this yr, with most of them coming at WSOP.com in New Jersey in Might.


Gregory Jensen

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Greg Jensen

$10K 6-Handed No-Restrict Championship
394 entries

$824,649

The hedge-fund supervisor from Connecticut received his first bracelet within the massive buy-in Championship occasion along with his fifth money of the summer time. He additionally completed fourth within the $100K high-roller occasion this yr for an additional $500K, and bagged 14th within the $50K occasion. Search for him on the high-roller circuit.  


Michael Wang

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Michael Wang

$5K 8-Handed No-Restrict
573 entries

$541,604

The skilled poker participant from New Jersey received his second bracelet, the primary coming in a $5K occasion in 2014. He has WSOP 118 cashes since 2012 and can quickly cross the $2 million mark. 


Jaspal Brar

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Jaspal Brar

$1,000 Tremendous Turbo
1,282 entries

$190,731

The primary bracelet for the Edmonton, Alberta resident got here along with his thirty first WSOP money. He has greater than $1 million in tournament cashes.


Benjamin Kaupp

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Benjamin Kaupp

Event of Champions $1 Million Freeroll
470 entries

$250,000

Kaupp took a WSOP.com Pennsylvania Circuit win in a $215 occasion in February and turned it right into a quarter-million {dollars} by changing into the primary Champion of Champions within the $1 million freeroll open to all WSOP bracelet and Circuit winners in 2021-22. 


Gianluca Speranza

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Gianluca Speranza

$5,300 WSOP.com Excessive Curler Freezeout (NJ/NV)
245 entries

$324,625

The Italian professional received his first bracelet on the WSOP’s final weekend, which acquired him into the Event of Champions, the place he completed ninth for a further $15K. He additionally practically received the $400 on-line occasion, however stalled in third. He has 44 WSOP cashes and greater than $4.5 million in tournament cashes.


Shaun O'Donnell

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Shaun O’Donnell

$500 WSOP.com Summer season Saver (NJ/NV)
1,189 entries

$125,330

The New Jersey participant has many cashes on the Circuit, each reside and on-line, however that is his first bracelet. He has practically $500K in WSOP cashes, and made a deep run within the Predominant Occasion in 2018.


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Matt “MDOGG” Garza

$500 WSOP.com Summer season Saver (Michigan)
229 entries

$27,823

Garza, of Rochester Hills, Michigan, received the ultimate WSOP.com bracelet within the state. He completed fourth within the $777 bracelet occasion the day earlier than for a further $6,534. 


 Ryan Hiller

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Ryan “MagicJohnson” Hiller

$777 WSOP.com Fortunate 7’s (Michigan)
123 entries

$21,946

Hiller received his first bracelet on WSOP.com Michigan and pushed his event cashes close to the $150K mark. He has 30 WSOP cashes, most of them on-line.


Peter Williamson

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Peter “nosmal” Williamson

$777 WSOP.com Fortunate 7’s (Pennsylvania)
115 entries

$20,519

Williamson has two cashes to his title, according to the Hendon Mob. They each got here throughout WSOP.com on-line bracelet occasions. He’s entered 11 on-line tourneys on WSOP.com in Pennsylvania.


Ryan Messick

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Ryan “Gravity3155” Messick

$500 WSOP.com Summer season Saver (Pennsylvania)
200 entries

$24,300

Messick received his first bracelet on Sunday on this occasion, hopped on a airplane the following day to play within the Event of Champions freeroll, and completed second for a further $100K. Messick has cashed in WSOP occasions since 2015. 

CardsChat Presents Massive Winners of the 2022 WSOP (July 14

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Bob Pajich

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