Bart Stevens wins WSOP Online Main Event FT, wins bracelet and $2.7 million

Bart Stevens wins WSOP Online Main Event FT, wins...

In a live broadcast that will go down in poker history, Bert Stevens wins the WSOP Online Main Event. The streamer known as “girafganger7” beat out 6,023 entrants to win $2,783,432, the largest prize of his entire career.

Stevens alone topped the charts. He was stunning from start to finish, defeating his final eight opponents in less than three hours. In the three-person table match, the Belgian eliminated Argentine player Ezequiel Kleiman and started heads-up with a nearly 5:1 lead.

On the second hand, Chinese player Yagen Li found A 2 ♦ and announced an all-in 12 BBS. Stevens then placed an instacall and it read 3♠3♣. J 5 6♥A♠J♣ The board got one of Lee’s outs, but his response was short-lived. Soon after, the tournament ended as follows:

The blinds were 2,500,000/5,000,000, the ante was 600,000, and Stevens raised to 10,500,000. Li increased it to 30,000,000. Stevens responded with a 4-bet all-in and received a call. Lee was not saved by the advantage of K♠3 ♦K 4 ♠5♥ as he won with A♣Q ♦ versus 6♣6 ♦ .

GGPoker handed out a total of $28,609,252 in prize money during this tournament. Main Event, the most numerous of any tournament held on the Internet. See how much each finalist won:

1. Bert Stevens (Belgium) $2,783,432

2. Li Yagen (China) $2,059,058

3. Alexander Kleiman (Argentina) $1,524,214

4. Ramiro Petrone (Argentina) $1,128,331

5. Alexander Tymoshenko (Russia) $835,303

6. Erik Bakker (Netherlands) $618,406

7. Lukas Hafner (Austria) $457,864

8. Fabian Rolli (Switzerland) $339,032

9. Simon Wilson (Ireland) $251,073

Bart Stevens wins WSOP Online Main Event FT, wins...

Comments (2)

  • Prohaska.antonio

    This text highlights the victory of Bert Stevens in the WSOP Online Main Event, where he defeated 6,023 entrants and won a prize worth $2,783,432. Stevens showcased remarkable performance throughout the tournament, defeating his final opponents swiftly and emerging as the champion.

  • Lubowitz.lincoln

    The text describes Bert Stevens’ impressive win in the WSOP Online Main Event, where he defeated 6,023 entrants to take home the largest prize of his career. The author highlights Stevens’ dominant performance and provides details about the final table and key hands leading up to his victory.

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