WSOP Online: US Domestic Bracelet Series: A Poker Saga of Legends and Triumphs

WSOP Online: US Domestic Bracelet game, a major high-stakes poker event, is over. Nevada and New Jersey players have been coming to the virtual felt, and this exciting tournament has crowned legendary bracelet winners. Kristen “krissyb24” Foxen shines among winners. She won her fourth bracelet and $92,142 in the WSOP Online Bracelet #6 – $888 NLH Crazy 8’s.

The $888 NLH Crazy Eight tournament was held on September 17 with 492 players. Everyone wanted a piece of the $393,600 prize pool. Foxen outwitted John “Relevancy” Ripnick in a thrilling heads-up encounter to prevent him from winning a second bracelet. Famous poker players at the final table included Dylan “Kidnapper” Destefano, who won $38,888 in third place, Matthew “RubberFist” Stout, who won $13,737 in sixth place, and Landon “ActionDealer” Tice, who won $5,825.

Foxen won her fourth WSOP bracelet, extending her journey to poker’s pinnacle. She earned $1.8 million at WSOP. Foxen won an online bracelet in 2020’s to cement her three-time GPI Female Player of the Year status. She won $356,412 in Event #44: $2,500 No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed. The last live events with rings were Event #46: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em Bounty in 2016 and the $1,000 Ladies Championship at the WSOP in 2013.

Calvin “projector52” Anderson also stole the show. He opened this series by winning WSOP Online Bracelet #4 – $1,000 PLO 6-Max for $49,782 and his third bracelet. His success peaked after winning his fourth bracelet and $141,400 at WSOP Online Bracelet #7 – $5,300 NLH Super High Roller 6-Max.

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It was interesting that Kristen Foxen placed fourth and won $48,480 at this elite final.

Anderson now has $2.5 million in WSOP winnings after these two wins. He earned his first two bracelets by winning the 2018 $10,000 Razz Championship and the 2014 $1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better game.

The WSOP Online Bracelet #1 – $400 Series Kick-Off attracted 838 players and featured a $301,680 prize pool. After a thrilling struggle, Joseph “Maverick” Pombriant won. He defeated Michael “Annie_R U OK” Trivett, who kept trying and won the bracelet and $59,973.98.

John “macallan25” Riordan became famous after defeating Ryan “bitc0in” Riess, the 2013 Main Event winner, to win his first bracelet and $112,227.68. Jeff “Mavsusc” Platt, a famous poker commentator, finished third and won $47,864.80.

The mysterious khurizma won WSOP Online Bracelet #2 – $2,000 NLH, while the competent Lingkun “CN_23” Lu won WSOP Online Bracelet #5 – $500 NLH Deepstack and made $86,767.96 and $53,011.26.

The US Domestic Online series began on September 10 and will end on October 17 to demonstrate poker players’ skills. More rings and victories will be added to poker history.

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