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2020 WSOP Overview
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The 2020 World Series of Poker was originally planned to start on May 27 with the $1,000 No-Limit Hold 'Em Freezeout and $500 Casino Employees event and end shortly after July 14 with the $5,000 No-Limit Hold 'Em, the record 101st event of the summer. Unfortunately, because of the social distancing required to fight the spread of the COVID-19 virus, these events did not happen.

Instead, the 2020 World Series of Poker Online started on July 1 with the $500 No-Limit Hold 'Em Kick-Off. Starting on September 6, the final bracelet event was the $500 Closer, the record 85th online event of the festival. Tournaments were split between 31 U.S. events in August hosted on and 54 global events from mid-August to early September hosted on GGPoker.

Highlights included a $1,111 buy-in "Every 1 for Covid Relief" charity event contributing $111 of each entry to the Caesars Cares fund and several "People's Choice" events whose formats were decided by vote. Almost all events were No-Limit Hold 'Em or Pot-Limit Omaha with the exception of two Limit Hold 'Em tournaments.

The first GGPoker tournament, the Opener, featured a buyin of just $100, which tied the 1977 Ladies Championship for the lowest buyin ever for a WSOP bracelet event. But that record was broken by the 71st event, the Big 50, which featured a mere $50 buyin.

The $5,000-buyin online main event, not to be confused with the still-unscheduled official WSOP Main Event, had a guaranteed prize pool of $25,000,000, making it the largest in online poker history.

The live version of the 2020 World Series of Poker was canceled except for the end of the $10,000 Main Event. Separate online International and U.S. tournaments were to play down to a final table to convene live. The world portion began November 29 and ended live at the King's Casino in the Czech Republic on December 15, while the U.S. portion started December 13 and ended live at the Rio in Las Vegas on December 28. The winner of each final table met at the Rio for a live heads-up match for the title and a million dollar bonus on January 3, 2021 (postponed from December 30).

[Note: The 2020 World Series of Poker Europe was canceled without an announcement.]

WSOP Schedule
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Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the live portion of the 2020 WSOP was postponed and the summer was filled with 85 online bracelet events, including 31 at and 54 at GGPoker.

These tournaments are all No-Limit Hold 'Em (69 events), Limit Hold 'Em (2 events), or Pot-Limit Omaha (14 events). Buyins range from $50 to $25,000 (with one event, the No-Limit Hold 'Em Asia Championship officially a $HKD8,000 buyin, approximately $1,032).

A uniquely formatted $10,000 Main Event was announced on November 13. Separate International and U.S. tournaments, beginning November 29 and December respectively, will each play down to a single player, with the final two meeting in Las Vegas for a heads-up match for the title on December 30.

17/1$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Kick-Off
27/2$1,000No-Limit Hold 'Em 8-Handed Deepstack
37/3$400No-Limit Hold 'Em
47/4$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Super Turbo
57/5$1,000No-Limit Hold 'Em Freezeout
67/6$600PLO8 6-Handed
77/7$800No-Limit Hold 'Em Knockout Deepstack
87/8$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Freezeout
97/9$1,000No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-Max
107/10$600No-Limit Hold 'Em MonsterStack
117/11$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Turbo Deepstack 6-Handed
127/12$500The Big 500 No-Limit Hold 'Em
137/13$1,500No-Limit Hold 'Em High Roller Freezeout
147/14$3,200No-Limit Hold 'Em High Roller
157/15$1,000PLO 8-Max High Roller
167/16$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Turbo
177/17$777No-Limit Hold 'Em
187/18$1,000No-Limit Hold 'Em 8-Handed Turbo DeepStack
197/17$100The Opener
207/18$1,111Every 1 for Covid Relief
217/19$400No-Limit Hold 'Em
227/19$525Super Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-Handed
237/20$500PLO 6-Handed
247/21$5,000Pot-Limit Omaha Championship
257/21$777No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-Handed
267/22$1,500Fifty Stack No-Limit Hold 'Em
277/22$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Turbo Deepstack
287/23$1,050Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha
297/23$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Knockout
307/24$400No-Limit Hold 'Em 8-Handed
317/25$600Monster Stack No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-Handed
327/25$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Summer Saver
337/26$1,500No-Limit Hold 'Em
347/26$2,500Pot-Limit Omaha
377/26$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Grande Finale
387/27$400No-Limit Hold 'Em Freezeout
397/28$10,000Short Deck No-Limit Hold 'Em Championship
407/28$1,000Omaha 8 6-Max
417/29$2,500No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-Handed
427/29$2,000No-Limit Hold 'Em Deepstack 6-Handed
437/30$840Bounty No-Limit Hold 'Em
447/30$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Senior's Event
457/31$1,000No-Limit Hold 'Em Championship
468/1$500Deepstack No-Limit Hold 'Em
478/2$1,000Short Deck No-Limit Hold 'Em
488/2$1,500Millionaire Maker
498/2$500Turbo Deepstack No-Limit Hold 'Em
508/4$2,100No-Limit Hold 'Em Bounty Championship
518/5$400Pot-Limit Omaha
528/6$1,000No-Limit Hold 'Em
538/8$800Double Stack Pot-Limit Omaha
548/9$1,032No-Limit Hold 'Em Asia Championship
558/9$150GGMasters WSOP Edition Freezeout
568/9$1,500GGMasters WSOP Edition High Roller Freezeout
578/9$10,000Heads Up No-Limit Hold 'Em Championship
588/11$5,000No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-Handed Championship
598/12$2,500Double Stack No-Limit Hold 'Em
608/13$525Bounty No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-Handed
618/15$300Monster Stack No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-Handed
628/16$1,500Pot-Limit Omaha
638/16$500Mini Main Event No-Limit Hold 'Em
648/16$840Super Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold 'Em
658/18$600No-Limit Hold 'Em Deepstack Championship
668/19$800Pot-Limit Omaha
678/20$500Limit Hold 'Em
688/22$500Deepstack No-Limit Hold 'Em
698/23$1,500Marathon No-Limit Hold 'Em
708/23$25,000NLHE Poker Players Championship
718/23$50Big 50
728/25$1,500Limit Hold 'Em Championship
738/26$1,000No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-Handed
748/27$1,500Pot-Limit Omaha
758/29$300Double Stack No-Limit Hold 'Em
768/30$400Forty Stack No-Limit Hold 'Em
778/30$5,000No-Limit Hold 'Em Main Event [Day 2]
788/30$1,000Turbo No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-Handed
799/1$25,000$25,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold 'Em: People's Choice Event [Most Popular]
809/2$600No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-Handed: People's Choice Event [Pros Vote]
819/3$1,050$1,050 6-Handed Bounty: People's Choice Event [Spin the Wheel]
829/5$1,050Beat the Pros [Bounty]
839/6$10,000WSOP Super Million$
849/6$100WSOP Million$
859/6$500The Closer
8611/29$10,000Main Event - No-Limit Hold 'Em

This is what the original schedule looked like.

Main Event Final Tables
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The 2020 WSOP Main Event was the strangest in history. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the year's festival had been reduced to 85 online Hold 'Em and Omaha tournaments. Desperate to have at least some live action for the $10,000 Main Event, the WSOP compromised with a multiphase, hybrid solution. An international event, hosted by GGPoker and a U.S. event, hosted at would each play down to a final table of 9 players. The international final table would then be played live at King's Casino, the recent home of the World Series of Poker Europe in the Czech Republic, while the U.S. final table would occur live at the Rio in Las Vegas.

By coincidence, each of the players who were eighth in chips missed their respective final tables. China's Peiyuan Sun opted against traveling for safety reasons, while Upeshka De Silva tested positive for COVID-19 and was eliminated in ninth place by rule.

Argentine Damian Salas began the interational final table third in chips but overcame Brazil's Brunno Botteon and Portugal's Manuel Ruivo to advance to the heads-up finale against Joseph Hebert, who led the U.S. final table from wire to wire.

While Hebert and the Rio were ready to contest the final on December 30, one last twist pushed the match to January 3, 2021: Salas was denied entry into the U.S. because he had been in Europe playing his final table!

The heads-up battle began with equal stacks of 500,000 chips and blinds at 500 and 1,000. The lead swung back and forth several times before Hebert grabbed a commanding 9-to-1 chip lead. Salas inched closer over the next 53 hands, edging into a small lead in one hand, and taking a 2-to-1 lead with a straight on the next. Although the American closed the gap a couple of times, he trailed 7-to-2 before doubling up just before the final hand, when all the chips went in before the flop with Hebert's A♦Q♠ trailing Salas's K♦J♠. When the flop paired Salas's King, he took the title to South America for the first time and earned the $1,000,000 bonus.

U.S. Final Table Results

FinishPlayerPrizeStartStart Chips
1stJoseph Hebert$1,553,256113,052,534
2ndRon Jenkins$1,002,34072,476,746
3rdMichael Cannon$529,25854,408,847
4thRyan Hagerty$387,13035,071,572
5thTony Yuan$286,96344,829,459
6thHarrison Dobin$215,22291,581,392
7thShawn Stroke$163,78625,252,000
8thGershon Distenfeld$125,88563,475,481
9thUpeshka De Silva$98,81382,151,969

International Final Table Results

FinishPlayerPrizeStartStart Chips
1stDamian Salas$1,550,96935,653,528
2ndBrunno Botteon$1,062,723110,317,743
3rdManuel Ruivo$728,17726,213,759
4thRamon Miquel Munoz$498,94773,035,940
5thMarco Streda$341,87944,232,560
6thDominykas Mikolaitis$234,25563,165,440
7thStoyan Obreshkov$160,51292,119,610
8thHannes Speiser$109,98253,515,744
9thPeiyuan Sun$75,36082,185,676

Main Event Final Hand
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Having won the International section of the 2020 WSOP Main Event, Argentina's Damian Salas faces off against the U.S. champ, Joseph Hebert, starting with equal stacks. The lead swings back and forth several times before Hebert grabs a commanding 9-to-1 chip lead. Salas inches closer over the next 53 hands, edges into a small lead in one hand, and takes a 2-to-1 lead with a straight on the next. Although the American closes the gap a couple of times, he trails 7-to-2 before doubling up just before the final hand, when all the chips go in before the flop. When the flop pairs Salas's King, he takes the title to South America for the first time and earns the $1,000,000 bonus.

Damian Salas
Joseph Hebert

Main Event Summary
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DatesDecember 13 to January 3
Players1,379 (187 cashed)
WinnerDamian Salas ($2,550,969, Argentina)
Runner-UpJoseph Hebert ($1,553,256)
Final Table Bubble BoysAnthony Spinella (10th U.S., $77,832) & Thomas Macdonald (10th International, $50,131)
Money Bubble BoysAdrian Buckley (108th U.S.) & Zhiao He (81st International)
Last Champ StandingRyan Riess (~92nd [47th U.S.], $22,334)
Last Woman StandingMaria Ho (~43rd [22nd U.S.], $35,194)
Last Celebrity Standingnone
In 50 CharactersOnline due to COVID-19; four women win bracelets.
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WSOP Wrapup
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Canada's Alek Stasiak was the only double-bracelet winner during the summer's online events, taking down the $1,111 Every 1 for Covid Relief for $343,203 and a $1,000 No-Limit Hold 'Em for $273,505.

Michael Gathy won his fourth career bracelet to move into a tie for 27th all-time.

Daniel Negreanu moved into the lead in all-time WSOP cashes (not counting WSOP Circuit events) with 165, two more than Chris Ferguson and three more than Phil Hellmuth, who had held the lead going into the series.

Roberto Romanello became the tenth player to achieve the Triple Crown of Poker by taking down the $1,500 No-Limit Hold 'Em for $216,213 nine years after he had completed the first two legs (European Poker Tour and World Poker Tour).

The $10,000 Main Event started in November and was played mostly in December, but a delayed caused by a COVID-19 rule pushed the final heads-up match to January 3, 2021, when Argentina's Damian Salas became the first WSOP Main Event champion from South America.

The Year of the Women

A record four women won bracelets, one more than in 2004:

Wenling Gao's second place finish in the $5,000 No-Limit Hold 'Em for $2,748,606 was the biggest cash for a female in WSOP history (passing Annette Obrestad's $2,013,733 for winning the 2007 WSOP Europe Main Event).

They were part of the record 11 women to reach the Top 3 as Ronit Chamani, Michelle Shah, and Yuan Yuan Li also finished second, while Caitlin Dillon, Jenny Svancara, and Alyssa MacDonald each finished third.

Michelle Shah cashed 17 times, by far the record for women (Maria Ho had cashed eight times in 2014).

Maria Ho became the first three-time Last Woman Standing champion, having previously outlasted every other female in the 2007 and 2014 Main Events (Marsha Waggoner [1993 & 1997], Annie Duke [2000 & 2003], Gaelle Baumann [2012 & 2016], and Kelly Minkin [2015 & 2018] have each reigned twice).

New Countries in the Winner's Circle

Partly because of the huge number of online and lower buyin events, a record five different countries earned their first WSOP bracelets:

Top Money Winners

Sixteen players won at least $1,000,000 during the 2020 WSOP, led by GGPoker $5,000 No-Limit Hold 'Em winner, Stoyan Madanzhiev, and his runner-up, Wenling Gao. Even with the million-dollar bonus for winning the Main Event, Damian Salas finished third.
1Stoyan Madanzhiev$3,910,705$5,000 NLHE 1st plus 3 other cashes
2Wenling Gao$2,748,606$5,000 NLHE 2nd
3Damian Salas$2,613,356Main Event 1st plus 12 other cashes
4Brunno Botteon$2,171,238International Main Event 2nd plus over $1,000,000 in summer
5Tyler Rueger$1,928,887$5,000 NLHE 3rd
6Christian Rudolph$1,829,030$25k Players Championship 1st plus 9 other cashes
7Joseph Hebert$1,561,477Main Event 2nd
8Connor Drinan$1,542,388$10,000 Super Million$ 1st plus 14 other cashes
9Daniel Dvoress$1,499,840$1,500 Millionaire Maker 1st plus 5 other cashes
10Thomas Ward$1,362,682$5,000 NLHE 4th plus 3 other cashes

Upeshka De Silva and Daniel Negreanu were the only two players to cash at both and GGPoker over the summer and make money in one of the two Main Event sections.


  • Roberto Romanello won his first WSOP bracelet to go with 2010 European Poker Tour and 2011 World Poker Tour victories to become the ninth player to collect the Poker Triple Crown.
  • The 86 mostly online tournaments saw winners from 32 countries, topped by the United States (38), Canada (6), Brazil (4), and China (3). Orhan Ates became Turkey's first WSOP bracelet winner, capturing the $525 Bounty No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-Handed for $180,177.
  • Prior to 2020, four players had won both live and online WSOP bracelets. Ten players joined them this summer: Nathan Gamble, Joseph McKeehen, Kevin Gerhart, Juha Helppi, Tony Dunst, Nick Binger, Kristen Bicknell, David Peters, Anson Tsang, and Michael Gathy.
  • A record 29,306 players entered the $100 global Opener. However, the low-buyin event did not break the record for most players paid because prizes were only awarded to the last 10.4% of the field (3,039 players).

    Just one month later, the Big 50, with its record-low $50 buyin, crushed this record with 44,576 players. Again the record for most cashing players did not fall as a mere 5.2% (2,300) players were paid, the lowest percentage since a 1999 $1,500 Limit Hold 'Em paid just 4.4% of the field.

WSOP Results

#BuyinEventWinnerPrizeEntriesHendon Link
1$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Kick-OffJonathan Dokler$130,4261,715Hendon Link
2$1,000No-Limit Hold 'Em 8-Handed DeepstackLouis Lynch$168,586919Hendon Link
3$400No-Limit Hold 'EmRobert Kuhn$115,8502,091Hendon Link
4$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Super TurboMatt Bode$97,0911,179Hendon Link
5$1,000No-Limit Hold 'Em FreezeoutAllen Chang$161,286854Hendon Link
6$600PLO8 6-HandedNathan Gamble$89,424883Hendon Link
7$800No-Limit Hold 'Em Knockout DeepstackJoon Kim$103,127989Hendon Link
8$500No-Limit Hold 'Em FreezeoutAlan Goehring$119,3991,479Hendon Link
9$1,000No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-MaxRon McMillen$188,2141,026Hendon Link
10$600No-Limit Hold 'Em MonsterStackRyan Torgersen$172,3612,074Hendon Link
11$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Turbo Deepstack 6-HandedRaman Afanasenka$128,6011,691Hendon Link
12$500The Big 500 No-Limit Hold 'EmRyan Depaulo$159,5632,427Hendon Link
13$1,500No-Limit Hold 'Em High Roller FreezeoutMichael Lech$164,249649Hendon Link
14$3,200No-Limit Hold 'Em High RollerJoseph McKeehen$352,985496Hendon Link
15$1,000PLO 8-Max High RollerGuy Dunlap$133,780663Hendon Link
16$500No-Limit Hold 'Em TurboTerrell Cheatham$116,2041,528Hendon Link
17$777No-Limit Hold 'EmPat Lyons$173,5511,382Hendon Link
18$1,000No-Limit Hold 'Em 8-Handed Turbo DeepStackScott Hempel$181,060987Hendon Link
19$100The OpenerMarcelo Jakovljevic$265,88029,306Hendon Link
20$1,111Every 1 for Covid ReliefAlek Stasiak$343,2032,323Hendon Link
21$400No-Limit Hold 'EmKenny Huynh$133,8572,545Hendon Link
22$525Super Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-HandedShoma Ishikawa$117,6502,214Hendon Link
23$500PLO 6-HandedKevin Gerhart$97,5721,137Hendon Link
24$5,000Pot-Limit Omaha ChampionshipJuha Helppi$290,286328Hendon Link
25$777No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-HandedTony Dunst$168,3421,361Hendon Link
26$1,500Fifty Stack No-Limit Hold 'EmMichael Clacher$297,4961,342Hendon Link
27$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Turbo DeepstackAllan Cheung$120,0831,579Hendon Link
28$1,050Bounty Pot-Limit OmahaHun Wei Lee$161,886971Hendon Link
29$500No-Limit Hold 'Em KnockoutRaymond Avant$97,1761,452Hendon Link
30$400No-Limit Hold 'Em 8-HandedNick Binger$133,4132,408Hendon Link
31$600Monster Stack No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-HandedAaron Wijaya$171,3892,007Hendon Link
32$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Summer SaverNicholas Kiley$149,2452,155Hendon Link
33$1,500No-Limit Hold 'EmRoberto Romanello$216,213922Hendon Link
34$2,500Pot-Limit OmahaSimon Lofberg$224,493532Hendon Link
35$400ColossusRanno Sootla$595,93012,747Hendon Link
36$400PLOssusYuri Dzivielevski$221,5574,356Hendon Link
37$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Grande FinaleEthan Yau$164,4942,502Hendon Link
38$400No-Limit Hold 'Em FreezeoutIan Steinman$110,5571,940Hendon Link
39$10,000Short Deck No-Limit Hold 'Em ChampionshipLev Gottlieb$276,393130Hendon Link
40$1,000Omaha 8 6-MaxWilliam Romaine$110,672525Hendon Link
41$2,500No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-HandedKristen Bicknell$356,412892Hendon Link
42$2,000No-Limit Hold 'Em Deepstack 6-HandedNick Guagenti$305,433747Hendon Link
43$840Bounty No-Limit Hold 'EmPatrick Kennedy$245,4482,382Hendon Link
44$500No-Limit Hold 'Em Senior's EventJonathan Lessin$64,411720Hendon Link
45$1,000No-Limit Hold 'Em ChampionshipNahrain Tamero$310,8322,126Hendon Link
46$500Deepstack No-Limit Hold 'EmSung Joo Hyun$161,8982,307Hendon Link
47$1,000Short Deck No-Limit Hold 'EmPaul Teoh$82,202487Hendon Link
48$1,500Millionaire MakerDaniel Dvoress$1,489,2896,299Hendon Link
49$500Turbo Deepstack No-Limit Hold 'EmVladas Burneikis$192,5232,978Hendon Link
50$2,100No-Limit Hold 'Em Bounty ChampionshipEnrico Camosci$327,3191,168Hendon Link
51$400Pot-Limit OmahaEoghan O'Dea$100,9452,005Hendon Link
52$1,000No-Limit Hold 'EmAlek Stasiak$273,5052,006Hendon Link
53$800Double Stack Pot-Limit OmahaFrank Crivello$94,253831Hendon Link
54$1,032No-Limit Hold 'Em Asia Championship [Final Day]Luis Assuncao Garla$461,7093,247Hendon Link
55$150GGMasters WSOP Edition FreezeoutAnatoly Suvarov$183,5269,835Hendon Link
56$1,500GGMasters WSOP Edition High Roller FreezeoutSeth Fischer$444,8692,153Hendon Link
57$10,000Heads Up No-Limit Hold 'Em ChampionshipDavid "NV" Peters$360,480128Hendon Link
58$5,000No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-Handed ChampionshipRavid Garbi$531,513672Hendon Link
59$2,500Double Stack No-Limit Hold 'EmLeonardo Mattos$298,2961,061Hendon Link
60$525Bounty No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-HandedOrhan Ates$180,1773,170Hendon Link
61$300Monster Stack No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-HandedAlexander Stacey$127,6603,491Hendon Link
62$1,500Pot-Limit OmahaBradley Ruben$220,160990Hendon Link
63$500Mini Main Event No-Limit Hold 'EmIvan Zufic$843,46015,205Hendon Link
64$840Super Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold 'EmKartik Ved$234,4332,207Hendon Link
65$600No-Limit Hold 'Em Deepstack ChampionshipDmytro Bystrovzorov$227,9062,911Hendon Link
66$800Pot-Limit OmahaToby Joyce$139,4531,281Hendon Link
67$500Limit Hold 'EmGregor Muller$45,102706Hendon Link
68$500Deepstack No-Limit Hold 'EmAnson Tsang$150,4602,315Hendon Link
69$1,500Marathon No-Limit Hold 'EmNick Maimone$302,4721,538Hendon Link
70$25,000NLHE Poker Players ChampionshipChristian Rudolph$1,800,290407Hendon Link
71$50Big 50Huahuan Feng$211,28244,576Hendon Link
72$1,500Limit Hold 'Em ChampionshipAjay Chabra$77,475337Hendon Link
73$1,000No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-HandedJim Lefteruk$299,5112,202Hendon Link
74$1,500Pot-Limit OmahaThi Truong$215,938972Hendon Link
75$300Double Stack No-Limit Hold 'EmTrygve Leite$130,1003,552Hendon Link
76$400Forty Stack No-Limit Hold 'EmGediminas Uselis$211,2824,461Hendon Link
77$5,000No-Limit Hold 'Em Main Event [Day 2]Stoyan Madanzhiev$3,904,6865,802Hendon Link
78$1,000Turbo No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-HandedAdnan Hacialioglu$259,8421,910Hendon Link
79$25,000$25,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold 'Em: People's Choice Event [Most Popular]Fedor Holz$1,077,025127Hendon Link
80$600No-Limit Hold 'Em 6-Handed: People's Choice Event [Pros Vote]Jeffrey Dobrin$189,6662,408Hendon Link
81$1,050$1,050 6-Handed Bounty: People's Choice Event [Spin the Wheel]Nicolo Molinelli$243,4151,925Hendon Link
82$1,050Beat the Pros [Bounty]Melika Razavi$239,1802,204Hendon Link
83$10,000WSOP Super Million$Connor Drinan$1,423,049899Hendon Link
84$100WSOP Million$Alexander Kobbeltvedt$296,40334,787Hendon Link
85$500The CloserMichael Gathy$272,5044,012Hendon Link
86$10,000Main Event - No-Limit Hold 'EmDamian Salas$2,550,9691,379

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