It was a good week for the Top 50 Players in the world as they all scored bracelets in different events. Chris Moorman scored his second bracelet of the year by winning the $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo Split event at the World Series of Poker. Dan Buzgon adds another runner-up finish to his resume as he took the $2,500 Buy-In Pot Limit Hold’em event at the Bellagio for $50,722.

Chris Moorman from Peoria, IL, and Dan Buzgon from Las Vegas, NV, were the two winners of the $100,000 top prize at the Nevada State Championship at Harrah’s Las Vegas on July 13 and 15. Chris was crowned champion after defeating Daniel Kunte, and Dan was named runner-up after defeating Lyle Garcia.

Some of the action at the World Series of Poker Online over the past week was highlighted by Chris Moorman earning his second bracelet.

Online grinder in New Jersey As the WSOP.com series comes to a close, Daniel Buzgon finished second again, and a slew of professionals cashed.

High rollers, turbos, and six-max tournaments were available to online participants. As the final few tournaments begin on Friday, two fresh new bracelet winners were given in these events.

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Event Tournament Entries Prize money is available. Winner Prize money for the winner
1 Kickoff for the NLHE BIG 500 is $500. (July 1) 1,277 $574,650 Noboa, Jose “Deposit” $105,161
2 NLHE Monster Stack $600 (July 2) 1,038 $560,520 Loeser, Manig “Ohio77” $104,313
3 NLHE $500 Deepstack Turbo (July 3) 950 $427,500 Dais, Donnell “Spreezy52” $90,801
4 NLHE $500 Turbocharged (July 4) 850 $382,500 Hoop, Jeffery “Steelvikes7” $73,861
5 NLHE 8-Max for $1,000 459 $648,700 Williams, Jeremiah “freestylerr” $139,600
6 NLHE of $2,000 Deepstack 416 $769,600 Denson, Tyler “ShipTheShip” $175,700
7 Lucky Sevens ($777) 888 $621,600 Mercaldo, Michael “stiltwalk” $123,574
8 Crazy Eights ($888) 782 $625,600 Welch, Carlos “CarlosWelch” $124,369
9 NLHE Six-Max $400 788 $438,120 Beck, Philip “wingsuiter” $81,534
10 NL $2,000 HE 1,517 $455,100 Leib, Michael “njnj17” $81,645
11 NLHE Ultra Deepstack $400 1,417 $510,120 “Eclypzed” Vijay Para $86,210
12 NLHE Turbo Deepstack $500 958 $431,550 Piccioli, Bryan “Pellepelle” $83,332
13 NLHE $1,000 Freezeout 561 $504,900 Length: Ryan “Adopt aDogg0” Ryan “Adopt aDogg0” Ryan “Adopt a $108,654
14 $500 NLHE 671 $466,200 Demers, Gionni “Coldwarkid” $90,023
15 NLHE $5,300 High Stakes 188 $940,000 Saliba, Justin “Jsaliba2” $253,800
16 PLO: $600 Six-Handed Hi/Lo 498 $268,920 Chang, Allen “Acnyc718” $61,394
17 NLHE 8-Max $400 747 $405,000 Lapka, Justin “LappyPoker” $75,371
18 North American Open ($1,000) 756 $692,000 “Danfriel” James Gilbert $137,570
19 PLO Crazy Eights Eight-Handed 888 $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ 507 $405,600 Martin uses the term “bathroomline” to describe how he feels about his bathroom. Zamani $92,598
20 NLHE $3,200 High Stakes 311 $948,840 Lee, Sang “youngkoi” $241,768
21 PLO Six-Handed $600 1,551 $297,540 Ruben, Bradley “DrStrange7” $61,148
22 NLHE: $600 Knockout 612 $342,720 “LastBullet” $46,796
23 Turbo NLHE for $500 694 $312,300 Hagerty, Ryan “hagzzz021” $67,207
24 MonsterStack $400 NLHE 1,176 $423,360 Yoo, Byung “bhy101” $77,475
25 $7,777 High Stakes 151 $1,113,927 Peters, David “dpeters17” $283,940
26 The NLHE Big Encore is a $500 tournament that takes place every year. 1,118 $503,100 Van Auken, Eric “8Bracelets” $93,627
27 Omaha Championship with a $1,000 Pot Limit 398 $367,050 Goldberg, David “lox10” $86,440
28 The High Roller Championship is a $3,200 tournament. 265 $805,600 RiverRats (Daniel “RiverRats”) Lazarus $205,347
29 NLHE Turbo 8-Max Turbo Deepstack ($800) 623 $448,560 Moorman, Chris “Robotbob47” $102,406
30 NLHE: $600 Championship of Six-Max 783 $422,820 Mitchell “franzia” Halverson is a fictional character. $84,057

 

The $3,200 High Roller Championship is the 28th event (July 27)

Daniel “RiverRats” Lazarus won $205,347 and his first gold bracelet in this large buy-in tournament on Tuesday night. There were 265 entries in all, with a prize fund of $805,600. 

Daniel “juice” Buzgon added to his strong resume by placing second for $126,882. Buzgon had finished second in another $3,200 High Roller for $149,386 only a week before.

He spoke with USPoker recently about his runner-up performance in the partypoker Ultimate Super Satellite and recent achievements.

“I ran about as well as one can go deep in a major tournament, so it’s hard to be too disappointed about missing out on the bracelet.” The first runner-up result, according to Buzgon, was a disappointment.

$800 NLHE 8-Max Turbo Deepstack (Event 29) (July 28)

On Wednesday, 623 people registered for this eight-max event, with a prize pool of $448,560. Chris “Robotbob47” Moorman, the renowned online crusher, took home his second bracelet and $102,406.

The 888poker representative showed off his new bracelet right away:

Ryan Leng, Tom Cannuli, Ryan Dodd, and Justin Lapka were among the other noteworthy cashers.

The $600 NLHE 6-Max Championship is the 30th event (July 29)

Mitchell “franzia” Halverson won his first bracelet and $84,057 after defeating a field of 783 players. The final tournament lasted ten hours and resulted in a prize pool of $422,820.

Joshue “Kenjiboi7” Faris was beaten by Halverson for the championship. Faris was still awarded $51,965 for coming in second place. 

Tony Dunst, Jesse Sylvia, Mike Matusow, Carols Welch, and David Williams were among those who cashed.

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Bracelet events comming up 

The WSOP.com season is drawing to a close this weekend, but there are still a few bracelet events left. Here’s a recap of the weekend’s events:

  • Summer Savings of $500 (Event 31, July 30) 
  • NLHE Championship for $1,000 (Event 32, July 31) 
  • Grand Finale: $500 (Event 33, Aug 1) 

Standings of Catena Media

The fight for the top of the Catena Media poker team rankings continues with just three events left in the WSOP Online. With Buzgon’s runner-up result, USPoker editor Sean Chaffin edged over content manager Valerie Cross for the top position. Here are the most recent standings:

  1. Sean Chaffin has a net worth of $307,159.
  2. Valerie Cross has a net worth of $271,142.
  3. Anthony Cicali has a net worth of $35,779 dollars.

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