First Four 2021 WSOP Online Bracelets Awarded

Manig Loeser won one of the first 2021 WSOP Online bracelets awarded this summer

The 2021 WSOP Online is underway with residents of New Jersey and Nevada battling it out for one of the 33 bracelets on offer. Four players have won 2021 WSOP online bracelets so far, let us take a look at who they are.

Jose “deposit” Noboa Wins First of the 2021 WSOP Online Bracelets

New Jersey’s Jose “deposit” Noboa won the first of the 2021 WSOP online bracelets of the summer. Noboa came out on top of a 1,277-strong crowd in the NLHE Big 500 Kick-Off.

Plenty of big names cashed in the opening event. They included Phil “Lumestackin” Hellmuth, Kathy “Luckygal” Liebert, and Jason Koon.

Noboa became the first recipient of the 2021 WSOP online bracelets after defeating Christopher “basile28” Basile heads-up. Basile banked $64,935 while Nobao walked away with $105,161 and some poker jewelery.

Place Player Prize
1 Jose “deposit” Noboa $105,161
2 Christopher “basile28” Basile $64,935
3 Ye “yuan365” Yuan $46,144
4 Ashton “LND999” Freemon $33,330
5 Ryan “PostmatesSel” Franklin $24,250
6 Steve “gborooo” Gross $17,872
7 Charles “chuckthebum” Varner $13,389
8 Shannon “Aulophobia” Shorr $10,114
9 Michael “ParxBigStax” Marder $7,758

Manig “Ohio77” Loeser Locks Up Second of the 2021 WSOP Online Bracelets

Event #2 on the 2021 WSOP Online bracelets schedule was the $600 buy-in Monster Stack. It attracted 1,038 runners, including re-entries, including Manig “Ohio77” Loeser. (pictured)

Loeser usually resides in the United Kingdom despite being one of Germany’s top players. He jetted off to Las Vegas to compete for one of the 33 2021 WSOP Online bracelets, and fulfilled his dream in only the second event.

The talented German pro got his hand on poker gold and $104,313 after busting Mark “Nostradonkus” Liedtke heads-up. The runner-up, although disappointed not to win, collected a bankroll-boosting $64,460.

Place Player Prize
1 Manig “Ohio77” Loeser $104,313
2 Mark “Nostradonkus” Liedtke $64,460
3 Aaron “WompDatTHomp” Thivyanathan $45,626
4 Damian “martillo1978” Alonso $32,734
5 Jordyn “ThLstCrdBndr” Miller $23,766
6 Justin “LappyPoker” Lapka $17,488
7 Craig “mrjanovich” Mason $13,060
8 Julie “I.win.13” Polatchek $9,865
9 Alexandre “alexmdm” Besse $7,567

Donnell “Spreezy52” Dais Locks Up $500 NLHE Turbo Deepstack

Donnell “Spreezy52” Dias not only won one of the 2021 WSOP Online events but also secured the largest score of his career when he took down the $500 NLHE Turbo Deepstack. Dias outlasted a star-studded field of 950 entries in the fast-paced event.

All but two of the nine finalists turned their $500 into a five-figure prize. Dias, however, locked up the $90,801 top prize, besting his previous largest cash of $19,477 by quite some distance.

Place Player Prize
1 Donnell “Spreezy52” Dias $90,801
2 Mike “SammyTwizz” Azzaro $55,703
3 John “sn1p3rjdubz” Duci $38,518
4 Patrick “Brokerpat” Megna $27,061
5 Simon “BagelBites” Lam $19,323
6 Andrew “grandpaed” Neeme $14,022
7 Jeffrey “itilthard” Kim $10,388
8 Yonghui “pokermaster8” Jiang $7,823
9 Joon “jykpoker” Kim $5,985

Jeffrey “Steelvikes7” Hoop Wins Event #4

The $500 NLHE Super Turbo was the fourth 2021 WSOP Online event, and Jeffrey “Steelvikes7” Hoop got his hands on it. Some 850 players bought in, including 242 re-entries, creating a $382,500 prize pool.

Hoop secured the lion’s share of that money, namely $73,861, in addition to his bracelet. He contended with such luminaries as Galen “turkmalloy” Hall, Jesse “MrJesseJames” Sylvia, and Vinny “brownmagic” Pahuja on his way to victory.

Place Player Prize
1 Jeffrey “Steelvikes7” Hoop $73,861
2 Ryan “sYchoSiD” Hohner $45,671
3 Guo Liang “ct188” Chen $32,168
4 Martin “bathroomline” Zamani $22,950
5 Matthew “Bizpoker18” Beier $16,600
6 Mycheal “JJcorrado87” Robertson $12,163
7 Wendy “Cardthartic” Freedman $9,065
8 Vineet “brownmagic” Pahuja $6,846
9 Jonathan “Ar.Vandelay” Dokler $5,240
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