Find out all the winners of the ongoing WSOP 2023 online bracelet series taking place on GGPoker – all in one place.
Last updated: October 4, 2023
The WSOP Online 2023 bracelet series on GGPoker is on to its fifth week, with nearly three quarters of bracelet events in the books. The series marks the fourth installment with GGPoker, the exclusive online partner of the World Series of Poker, once again taking the lead by hosting the prestigious series on its platform for international players.
While the online series might not quite match the electrifying energy of its live counterpart, it unquestionably holds a significant place in the heart of the online poker community. It is crucial that we give the winners here the recognition they deserve, just as they receive in the live series.
This year, however, a significant concern has emerged among the poker community — the lack of easily accessible results for the bracelet events. While there is extensive coverage for the series across multiple news outlets, it can still be a challenge to locate all the winners’ names compiled in a single location.
Fear not, poker enthusiasts — we have embarked on a mission to maintain a list of all winners of these coveted bracelet events. You’ll find here the real names behind the screen names of all online bracelet winners, along with the nations they represent, the amount they pocket, and the astonishing prize pools these bracelet events generate.
It’s all here, in one convenient and easily accessible place, updated regularly to ensure you stay in the know.
|GGPoker WSOP Online Series 2023: Key Facts|
|📅 Dates||August 20 – October 2, 2023|
|🧮 No. of Bracelet Events||33|
|💸 Total Guaranteed Prize Money||$60,000,000|
|🤑 Main Event Guarantee||$25,000,000|
|🏷️ Buy-Ins Range||$100 to $25,000|
|🛰️ Online satellites||Starting at $2.50|
The GGPoker WSOP Online 2023 Bracelet series officially kicked off on August 20. The series has come to an end and a total of 33 players have been crowned winners.
The series has seen impressive participation, with over 137k entrants and a staggering total prize pool of over $97.9 million. 24 out of 33 events surpassed the $1 million prize pool mark, and four events reached $5 million or more in prize money.
Among the standout events were Event #7: $210 Mystery Millions, which boasted a guaranteed prize pool of $10 million. Surpassing expectations, the tournament attracted 51,211 entries, resulting in a final prize pool of $10.2 million, comfortably avoiding any overlay.
However, the $1,500 Millionaire Maker event was the sole tournament to fall short of its guarantee. Requiring over 3500 entries to meet its guarantee, it narrowly missed the mark with 3496 participants, resulting in a minor overlay of $18,200. The action will resume live in the Bahamas in December as part of the WSOP Paradise stop, with 100 players left in contention.
Event #29: GGMillion$ Super High Rollers Championship carrying a buy-in of $25,000 saw 145 entries to create a prize pool of over $3.5 million.
Meanwhile, the $5K WSOP Online Main Event once again entered into record books as the largest tournament in online poker’s history. The tournament drew 6023 entries to create a massive prize pool of $28,609,250.
Players hailing from 19 distinct countries have triumphed. Brazil and have been the most successful — dominating the series with four bracelet wins each.
Israel came third in the list with three bracelets while , China, Lithuania and the United Kingdom each have secured a minimum of two coveted bracelets.
The title of the largest winner belongs to Bert Stevens from Belgium. He took down the record-breaking Main Event, besting a field size of 6023 runners to take home a massive $2.7 million.
David Yang from New Zealand took down the $10,300 GGMillion$ High Roller which produced the second-largest prize money of $11.4 million, with Yang taking a share of $1.5 million.
Joao Vieira from Portugal claimed a staggering $760k in Event #29: $25,000 GGMillion$ Super High Rollers Championship, beating a field of 145 runners.
Boris “Zivakov” Neykov from Russia earned $426k in Event #13: 6-Handed NLH Championship, which featured a buy-in of $5000. Neykov’s triumphant performance bested a field of 487 runners, earning him his very first gold bracelet.
Over in the Ladies bracelet event, Jessica “butfirstwine” Marks from Germany reigned supreme, securing a prize of $16.6k. Meanwhile, Aayush Arya from India emerged victorious in Event #22: $400 Colossus, which attracted nearly 11,000 participants. Arya’s impressive victory saw him take home a substantial $326k, marking one of the most substantial payouts witnessed thus far in the series.
If you are curious to learn more about the 2023 World Series of Poker Online Series — explore our comprehensive WSOP Online 2023 guide, where you can find everything you need to know about the WSOP 2023 Online Main Events, online satellites, the online bracelet series, and all other crucial details.
We’re already looking forward to next year’s WSOP. Get full details on the WSOP 2024 schedule, events, and more in our complete guide!
|Event||Buy-in||Entries||Prize Pool||Winner||Winner’s Nationality||Winning Prize|
|#1: Bankroll Builder Bounty NLH||$108||7619||$761,900||Or “Nezer21” Nezer||Israel||$31,329.56 + $27,554.48|
|#2: Gladiators of Poker Opener, $2.5M Gtd||$300||9488||$2,647,152||Vinicius “pfckb” Steves||Brazil||$234,707.30|
|#3: Bounty NLH Championship||$2,100||677||$1,354,000||Sergei “Meruemu” Koliakov||Russia||$59,681.20 + $98,664.09|
|#4: Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha||$840||706||$564,800||Paulius “redpillgame” Vaitiekunas||Lithuania||$24,895.46 + $56,953.13|
|#5: Ladies No-Limit Hold’em Championship||$500||167||$79,325||Jessica “butfirstwine” Marks||Germany||$16,612.66|
|#6: MONSTER Stack No-Limit Hold’em||$1,500||1207||$1,719,975||Sean “EEewashu99” Boyle||United Kingdom||$231,821.19|
|#7: Mystery Millions – $1M Top, $10M Gtd||$210||51,211||$10,242,200||Yurii “pumbiko_O” Olinyk||Ukraine||$354,650.80 + $5,488|
|#8: Limit Hold’em Championship||$2,500||124||$294,500||Terrence “fr33hongkong” Chan||Canada||$64,021.13|
|#9: Bounty No-Limit Hold’em||$315||2856||$848,232||Sergio “Nextgoal” Ballestin||Canada||$33,635.42 + $31,960|
|#10: Beat the Pros Bounty NLH||$1,050||956||$956,000||Leonid Yanovich||Israel||$38,260.85 + $72,582.10|
|#11: FLIP & GO NLH, $1M Gtd||$100||13,267||$1,260,365||Jinlong “yiliuqi” Hu||China||$122,586.92|
|#12: Mini Main Event NLH, $2.5M Gtd||$500||7506||$3,565,350||Peng “gaosinimen999” Zhou||China||$326,692.04|
|#13: 6-Handed NLH Championship||$5,000||487||$2,313,250||Boris “Zivakov” Neykov||Russia||$426,171.40|
|#14: THE BIG $500 Bounty NLH||$500||2623||$1,245,925||Oleg “Ispanec” Tarnovski||Moldova||$47,281.39 + $58,852.24|
|#15: Ultra Deepstack No-Limit Hold’em||$800||1573||$1,195,480||Panagiota “ANXXOO333” Dimitrakopoulou||Greece||$153,195.30|
|#16: Secret Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha||$1,050||865||$865,000||Geraldo “UmReiNoRiver” Neto||Brazil||$67,567.15 + $92,000|
|#17: MILLIONAIRE MAKER in Paradise, $5M Gtd||$1,500||3496||$5,000,000||To be Held Live||NA||NA|
|#18: Short Deck Championship [3-Stack]||$5,000||126||$598,500||Elior “SuperSolid” Sion||United Kingdom||$153,471.28|
|#19: LUCKY SEVENS Bounty 7-Handed NLH||$777||2052||$1,514,683.80||Tomi “BAAABUUSKIIII” Brouk||Finland||$60,969.89 + $89,040.85|
|#20: DOUBLE CHANCE NLH [2-Stack]||$1,000||1119||$1,063,050||Marius “Real Nickname” Kudzmanas||Lithuania||$145,522.95|
|#21: WSOP GGMasters HR Freezeout NLH||$1,500||1018||$1,450,650||Sven “SvenCalls” Mc Dermott||Ireland||$253,823.05|
|#22: COLOSSUS||$400||10,812||$4,065,312||Aayush Arya||India||$326,900.96|
|#23: PLOSSUS||$400||3847||$1,431,084||Ognyan Dimov||Bulgaria||$60,481.59 + $88,304.38|
|#24: Pot-Limit Omaha Championship||$10,000||153||$1,484,100||Yuri Dzivielevski||Brazil||$368,342.81|
|#25: Superstack Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold’em||$525||2516||$1,258,000||Symmetry||Canada||$50,392.52 + $59,228.98|
|#26: $10,000 Heads Up NLH Championship||$10,000||127||$1,231,900||Artur Martirosyan||Russia||$424,697.54|
|#27: FIFTY STACK Pot-Limit Omaha||$500||1080||$513,000||Amit “karma tova” Ben Yacov||Israel||$76,702.52|
|#29: GGMillion$ Super High Rollers Championship||$25,000||145||$3,552,500||Joao Vieira||Portugal||$760,396.10|
|#30: 6-Handed Bounty No-Limit Hold’em||$2,100||976||$1,952,000||DrBeltran||Andorra||$78,122.51 + $129,476.59|
|#31: Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller||$5,000||228||$1,083,000||Ben Wilinofsky||Canada||$243,934.16|
|#32: The Closer NLH [Bounty Turbo]||$1,500||1263||$1,799,775||Rodrigo Sirichuk||Brazil||$75,280.98 + $111,838.73|
|#28: WSOP Online MAIN EVENT||$5,000||6023||$28,609,250||Bert Stevens||Belgium||$2,783,432.88|
|#33: GGMillion$ High Rollers NLH||$10,300||1140||$11,400,000||David Yan||New Zealand||$1,538,400.46|