Nicholas Baris Wins $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em Online bracelet event for $303,739

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Nicholas “Illari” Baris wins $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em Online bracelet event. The event drew 1,187 gamers as well as a prizepool of $1,662,500. Baris took home a great payday of $303,738.75 and also the World Series of Poker gold bracelet. This was his 5th WSOP cash and also initial final table.

The final table started around 1:30 a.m. One of the most well known gamer at the final table was Chris “Camdi” Ferguson going into the final table 3rd in chips. With Tara “BertPerton” Cain leading the last table with a two to one chip lead over the following closest player.

Cain lost a little throughout the very early activity at the final table, yet was still holding a two to one lead. Nicholas “Illari” Baris discovered a dual swiftly as well as it spent some time for the last table to lose it’s first player. Cain was in charge of the initial elimination. She knocked out Antonio “Karma007” Guerrero in ninth place with a far better ace. Guerrero took home $22,444 for his finish. This is Guerrero’s 3rd WSOP cash.

Dave “Youngpitts” Baker (aka Bakes) knocked out Ryan “PlzCumAgain” Jones with pocket 8s versus the fours of Jones. Baker shoved and also Jones called from the little blind for much less. Jones won $29,260 for his surface. Jones previous ideal surface was 8th in an on-line event from 2017.

With 7 players left, Cain was still in the lead with Jack “Mr.Yang” Maskill in 2nd location. Baker was in third with six-time WSOP arm band winner Ferguson in fourth placement. Cain’s finest finish in a WSOP occasion was likewise in 2017 in the Online $3,333 High-stakes Gambler. Entering into today, Cain had $239,530 in occupation WSOP earnings. Throughout seven-handed play she took an also bigger lead.

Then it was Ferguson hitting the rail, pushing from the small blind right into the pocket queens of William “TheBurrSir” Lamb Harding. Ferguson was gotten rid of in 7th place as well as won $38,736– making his 2nd final table this summer. Cain continued to get grip, three-bet pushing over multiple opens up while the continuing to be players seemed to be aiming to ladder up.

Maskill located himself as the brief stack with 6 remaining gamers. He shoved right into the small blind of Baris as well as found himself in an uphill struggle. He could not catch up and also was gotten rid of in sixth place, taking home $51,704 for his coating.

Baker located a double shortly after through Lamb Harding, finding a set on the flop. As the last table continued, Baker moved into second location. Jason “LuckDuck” Lawhun was eliminated in fifth place. He tumbled a set against Cain’s flush which meant the end for Lawhun as Cain continued to cruise. Lawhun won $69,991.

The removals maintained coming rapidly as Baker was gotten rid of next in fourth area. He won $96,093. After that Cain sent an additional to the rail, Lamb Harding was one more of Cain’s targets and also she went into direct play with a large chip lead. Lamb Harding took home $133,333.

In spite of running over a lot of the last table, all it took was a well-timed double up for Baris to transform the tables and, shortly after the double, Baris declared the title and also the $303,739 first prize.

Position Player Country Prize
1 Nicholas “Illari” Baris United States $303,738.75
2 Tara “bertperton” Cain United States $187,530
3 William “TheBurrSir” Lamb Harding United Sates $113,332.50
4 David “YoungPitts” Baker United States $96,092.50
5 Jason “LuckDuck” Lawhun United States $69,991.25
6 Jack “Mr. Yang” Maskill United Kingdom $51,703.75
7 Chris “Camdi” Ferguson United States $38,736.25
8 Ryan “PlzCumAgain” Jones United States $29,260
9 Antonio “karma007” Guerrero United States $22,443.75