WSOP Online Bracelets Break Records with Multiple Seven-Figure Prize Pools WSOP Online Bracelets Break Records with Multiple Seven-Figure Prize Pools

The last week was particularly exciting for those chasing WSOP Online bracelets as we saw multiple events breaking the $1,000,000 prize pool mark and a couple of more coming just shy of seven figures.

This year’s online series may have gotten to a bit of a slower start, but things have seriously picked up in the second half. The last week brought some really interesting events with big guarantees, which certainly helped boost the numbers.

All in all, numerous players walked away with six-figure payouts and six new bracelet owners, including the 6-Max Championship winner, an event that started on Monday and lasted for almost 12 full hours.

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Three WSOP Online Events Break the $1M Mark

This week’s WSOP Online bracelets action kicked off with Event #16 – $777 Lucky 7s. The tournament attracted a grand total of 1,694 entries, creating a prize pool of almost $1.2 million. One Millard Hale was the last man standing in this big field, picking up $207,515 and a shiny new bracelet.

The weekend action kicked in with Event #17 – $555 PLO Mystery Bounty on Friday, July 5. The tournament attracted an impressive field for a non-Hold’em event, with 1,970 entries in total. Jared Hyman was the last man standing, and this win was good for $95,844,

Saturday was reserved for Event #18 — NLH Online Deepstack Championship. This $600 event attracted 1,488 entries who generated the prize pool of almost $782,000. David Prociak took home the lion’s share of that prize pool, picking up $107,983 as the last man standing.

These three events, as exciting as they were in their own rights, were a prelude of sorts to the big Sunday tournament. $1,000 Event #19 — Mystery Bounty attracted a massive field of 1,963 entries, creating the largest prize pool of the WSOP Online bracelets series so far – $1,766,700!

A player going under the alias ‘2thestreets’ walked away victorious, picking up a total of $171,836 – $165,177 for the first-place finish and a few extra thousand he collected from bounties.

Event #20 – $400 Colossus held multiple flights over the last week, resulting in the largest field of the online bracelets series. The tournament attracted a total of 3,379 entries and the prize pool of over $1.2 million. The player holding all the virtual chips at the end of proceedings was ‘SerJohan,’ picking up just shy of $150,000 for his outstanding performance.

Last but not least, Event #21 — NLH 6-Max Online Championship saw a total of 1,052 entries worth $1,000 each. After almost full 12 hours of play, ‘PecheMortel’ walked away triumphant for a score of $138,327.

Over at WSOP PA, things were slightly underwhelming. Although Sunday featured the cheapest online bracelet event of the summer, the $333 Triple Treys tournament, there were only 234 entries. The winner, ‘martyc137,’ cashed out for $14,903.

2024 WSOP Online Bracelets: Performance So Far

Site Event Buy-in Total Players Prize Pool Winner Prize
WSOP Online Event #1 $555 1,544 $772,000 Miguel Use $106,613
WSOP Online Event #2 $400 1,962 $706,320 Stanton Tentnowski $82,053
WSOP Online Event #3 $1,000 896 $806,400 Evan Sandberg $124,830
WSOP Online Event #4 $1,000 1,565 $845,100 Robert Strunk $116,708
WSOP Online Event #5 $333 2,714 $814,200 Roman Hrabec $100,228
WSOP Online Event #6 $400 2,238 $805,680 Russell Brooks $99,180
WSOP Online Event #7 $500 1,603 $721,350 Ilija Savevski $84,777
WSOP Online Event #8 $1,000 1,233 $1,109,700 Sungbin Ma $153,249
WSOP Online Event #9 $3,200 409 $1,227,000 TBA TBA
WSOP Online Event #10 $600 1,781 $961,740 'Bobsaggette’ $125,412
WSOP Online Event #11 $500 3,462 $1,557,900 'ImaCowboy’ $127,716
WSOP Online Event #12 $888 1,366 $1,092,800 Ryan Otto $150,915
WSOP Online Event #13 $1,000 824 $741,000 Charlie Dawson $114,800
WSOP Online Event #14 $5,300 275 $1,375,000 TBA TBA
WSOP Online Event #15 $500 2,435 $1,095,750 Tony Dunst $134,887
WSOP Online Event #16 $777 1,694 $1,185,800 Millard Hale $207,515
WSOP Online Event #17 $555 1,970 $985,000 Jared Hyman $95,844
WSOP Online Event #18 $600 1,448 $781,920 David Prociak $107,984
WSOP Online Event #19 $1,000 1,963 $1,766,700 '2thestreets’ $171,836
WSOP Online Event #20 $400 3,379 $1,216,400 'SerJohan’ $149,745
WSOP Online Event #21 $1,000 1,052 $946,800 'PecheMortel’ $138,327
WSOP PA Event #1 $500 217 $97,650 Frank Bonacci $20,731
WSOP PA Event #2 $400 267 $96,120 Zachary Gruneberg $16,665
WSOP PA Event #3 $500 170 $76,500 Kyle Miller $17,151
WSOP PA Event #4 $500 231 $103,950 Troy Laypo $12.453
WSOP PA Event #5 $500 231 $109,080 Kyle Wallace $23,175
WSOP PA Event #6 $333 234 $70,200 'martyc137’ $14,903

WSOP Online Action Continues, Last Opportunity for PA Players

There are still nine online bracelets events remaining on the combined NV/NJ/MI WSOP Online platform. On the other hand, Pennsylvania online poker players will have just one more shot at a bracelet on Sunday, July 14.

The week ahead consists mostly of big buy-ins, highlighted by Event #24 – $10,000 WSOP Online Championship on July 11. It will be interesting to see what kind of numbers the tournament will attract and if it can break the record for the largest prize pool of the series set by last week’s Mystery Bounty event.

Leading up to the Championship are two tournaments on July 9 and 10, featuring buy-ins of $1,000 and $5,300, respectively.

On July 12, WSOP Online is hosting Event #25 – $1,000 PLO 6-Max Championship, followed by $3,200 high-roller Event #26 on July 13.

Finally, on Sunday, July 14, we’ll see the last remaining guaranteed event of the online bracelets series. Event #27 comes with a buy-in of just $400 and a big promise of $500,000.

As for Pennsylvania, WSOP PA will be wrapping things up on Sunday, July 14, with Event #7 – $500 NLH Summer Saver, the final bracelet-awarding event on the schedule.

  • July 9: WSOP Online — Event #22— $1,000 NLH Championship
  • July 10: WSOP Online — Event #23 — $5,300 NLH High Roller
  • July 11: WSOP Online — Event #24 — $10,000 WSOP Online Championship
  • July 12 WSOP Online — Event #25 — $1,000 PLO 6-Max Championship
  • July 13: WSOP Online — Event #26— $3,200 NLH High Roller
  • July 14: WSOP Online — Event #27— $400 No Limit Hold’em ($500k GTD)
  • July 14: WSOP PA — Event #7 — $500 NLH Summer Saver

The time to snag one of the online bracelets is running out, as things are slowly but surely wrapping up. There are a few more opportunities left, though, so make sure to sign up for your WSOP Online account and join the action while you still can!