Ohio Poker Pro Banks $ 305,433 In the $ 2,000 NLHE Online Event

Ohio Poker Pro Banks $ 305,433 In a $ 2,000 NLHE Online Event – He’s less likely to push rivers to score with lower flushes given the action and runouts. Greenwood makes a call with his nut flush and gets a double up to take over the chip lead for now. Imsirovic eventually crashed out two spots on the money, while Greenwood went on to seventh with $ 212,500.

The 2020 World Online Poker Series continues on Wednesday nights with an unlimited $ 2,000 hold’em deepstack event. A total of 580 players entered the tournament, rebuilding 167 times, which amounts to a total prize pool of $ 1,419,300. After more than 11 hours of play, the title fell into the hands of longtime poker player Nick ‘shadowjacker’ Guagenti. This Ohio native earned $ 305,433 and his first career bracelet.

Guagenti has had close calls at the WSOP in the past. In 2017, he was a huge success at the main event, earning $ 145,733 to finish in 46th place. Last summer, she took fourth place in the $ 10,000 Omaha eight or so show for $ 140,522, and she followed suit later in the series with third place appearing in the $ 3,000 HORSE event for another $ 259,533.

In order to win, Guagenti had to overcome a final table that included famous players like Tom “.beast” Cannuli, Vinny “brownmagic” Pahuja, Ryan “toosick” Tosoc, and Ari “philivey” Engel.