Bryan Piccioli Amonig Latest WSOP Online Bracelet Winners

Bryan Piccioli won his second WSOP bracelet on July 12.

Twelve players have won 2021 WSOP Online bracelets so far, and Bryan “Pellepelle” Piccoli is one of them. Piccioli secured the second WSOP bracelet of his career, eight years after winning his first.

Some 654 players bought into the Event #12: $500 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo Deepstack and bought 305 re-entries between them. This resulted in the 959-strong field creating a $431,550 prize pool, and Piccioli got his hands on the lion’s share. The $83,332 Piccoli netted takes him past $4.6 million in lifetime winnings.

Piccioli Wins $500 Turbo Deepstack Event

Place Player Prize
1 Bryan “Pellepelle” Piccioli $83,332
2 Dan “Feeltheflow” Sindelar $51,527
3 Daniel “spleen” Fellner $36,293
4 Ye “yuan365” Yuan $25,893
5 Darren “darrenelias” Elias $18,729
6 Matthew “peepeepoopoo” Paoletti $13,723
7 “Aceofspades3” $10,228
8 Michael “helionic” Dyer $7,725
9 Jason “qigong” Werrell $5,912

All but two of the nine finalists turned their $500 investment into a five-figure prize. Jason “qigong” Werrell was one of that pair. Werrell got the last of his chips in with Ac-4h against Darren EliasKs-8s. A king on the turn of the Td-5c-9c-Kd-2h board ended Warrell’s tournament.

Michael “helionic” Dyer fell in eighth place and was the tournament’s last recipient of four figures. Dyer open-shoved for 8.5 big blinds from the small blind with Kc-6c. Piccioli looked him up with the superior Jd-Js, and the jacks held to reduce the player count by one.

Piccioli got lucky to bust “Aceofspades3” in seventh place for $10,228. Aceofspades3 called off his short stack after Picciloi jammed on him. Piccioli showed Kd-2d and looked in bad shape against Aceofspades3’s Qh-Qc. That was until the Qs-Jh-9h-Tc-2c board improved Piccioli to an unlikely straight.

Sixth place and $13,723 went to Matthew “peepeepoopoo” Paoletti. He committed his last two big blinds with Ah-Ts and lost to Elias’ 8d-7d, which flopped a pair of sevens before improving to a flush on the turn.

Elias was the next player out of the door. He shoved for 13 big blinds with Kd-Qs, and Picciloi called with the dominating Ad-Kc. Ace-king held as the five community cards fell 6d-5d-Ts-9s-Ks.

Yuan Runs Into Pocket Rockets

Ye “yuan365” Yuan, who finished third in the opening event, crashed out in fourth-place here. Yuan moved all-in for ten big blinds from the button with Qs-8s. He picked up a caller in the shape of Daniel “spleen” Fellner, who woke up with Ac-Ad. An eight on the flop gave Yuan some hope, but he failed to connect with the turn or river.

Fellner could not put Yuan’s chips to good use because he ran into a monster pair soon after. Fellner ripped it in for ten big blinds with Ad-Js, and Piccioli called with Ks-Kc. A Jd-3c-2d-4d-Kc board sent the tournament into heads-up.

Piccioli locked in the title after a short yet intense one-on-one battle with Dan “Feeltheflow” Sindelar. All the chips went in preflop, Picciloi holding Ac-Kd, and Sindelar Th-8h. Big Slick remained true, and Sindelar found himself nursing three big blinds. It was all over two hands later.

Piccioli added this tournament’s bracelet to the one he netted in Australia in 2013. He almost won the Main Event in 2017 but had to make do with a sixth-place finish worth $1,675,000.

2021 WSOP Online Bracelet Winners So Far

Date Event Entries Re-entries Total entries Prize pool Champion Prize
1-Jul Event #1: $500 NLH BIG 500 Kick-Off 837 440 1277 $574,650 Jose “deposit” Nooa $105,161
2-Jul Event #2: $600 NLH Monster Stack 727 311 1038 $560,520 Manig “Ohio77” Loeser $104,313
3-Jul Event #3: $500 NLH Turbo Deepstack 641 309 950 $427,500 Donnell “Spreezy52” Dais $90,801
4-Jul Event #4: $500 NLH Super Turbo 608 242 850 $382,500 Jeffery “Steelvikes7” Hoop $73,861
5-July Event #5: $1,000 NLH 8-Max 459 262 721 $648,700 Jeremiah “freestylerr” Williams $139,600
6-July Event #6: $2,000 NLH Deepstack 312 104 416 $769,60 Tyler “ShipTheShip” Denson $175,700
7-July Event #7: $777 NLH Lucky 7′ 576 312 888 $621,600 Michael “stiltwalk” Mercaldo $123,574
8-July Event #8: $888 Crazy Eights Hold’em 514 268 782 $625,600 Carlos “CarlosWelch” Welch $124,369
9-July Event #9: $400 NLH 6-Max 788 429 1,217 $438,120 Philip “wingsuiter” Beck $81,534.13
10-July Event #10: $333 NLH 986 531 1,517 $455,100 Michael “njnj17” Leib $81,645
11-July Event #11: $400 No-Limit Hold’em Ultra Deepstack 1,078 339 1,417 $510,120 Vijay “Eclypzed” Para $86,210
12-July Event #12: $500 NLH Turbo Deepstack 654 305 959 $431,550 Bryan “Pellepelle” Piccioli $83,332

Matthew Pitt

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