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The 2020 World Series of Poker Online series of tournaments has, so far, given us an epic reaction from a player who won his first-ever online event.

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Now, it’s given us a winner who wasn’t in his house when he won himself a bracelet and a cool $159,563. Nope, he was sitting in his car at a Whole Foods parking lot, playing until he got the victory.

Ryan Depaulo — who says in his Twitter profile that he’s makes vlogs about poker and gambling — was in Event No. 12, the Big 500, which is a $500 buy-in no-limit Hold ‘Em tourney.

Card Player reports he’s a New York native, and players must be physically in Nevada or New Jersey to play in the online events, so maybe that’s why he played from a Whole Foods parking lot in the Garden State:

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2020 World Series of Poker
LocationRio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada
King's Casino, Rozvadov, Czech Republic
Online (GGPoker and WSOP.com)
DatesNovember 29-January 3
Champion
Damian Salas
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The 2020 World Series of Poker (WSOP) was the 51st edition of the event. Originally scheduled to begin on May 26 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[1][2]

There were 101 bracelet events on the schedule before the postponement.[3]

In June, the WSOP introduced the 2020 World Series of Poker Online, a series of 85 online tournaments, 31 on WSOP.com and 54 on GGPoker. The series started on July 1 and concluded in September.[4]

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In November, the WSOP announced that the $10,000 No Limit Hold'em Main Event would still be held, but in a different format. Play began online, with international players starting November 29 on GGPoker and American players December 13 on WSOP.com. Once both tournaments reached the final nine players, a final table was held live—December 15 at King's Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic for international players, and December 28 at the Rio for American players. The winners of both final tables then met in a heads-up match at the Rio on January 3 to determine the champion.[5]

Main Event[edit]

The $10,000 No Limit Hold'em Main Event began on November 29 with the first of three starting flights on GGPoker. The surviving players from each flight combined for Day 2 on December 7 and played down to a final table of nine. The final table was held on December 15 at King's Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic.

For American players, the event began on December 13 on WSOP.com, with the final table taking place on December 28.

The Main Event on GGPoker attracted 674 players, creating a prize pool of $6,470,400. The top 80 players made the money, with the winner earning $1,550,969.

The WSOP.com Main Event had 705 entries and a prize pool of $6,768.000. The top 107 players made the money, with a first place prize of $1,553,256. In addition, the champion of the heads-up match between the GGPoker and WSOP.com winners earned $1 million. The match was originally scheduled to take place on December 30 but was moved to January 3 after Damian Salas, winner of the Rozvadov final table, was denied entry into the United States.[6]

Combined, the 2020 Main Event attracted 1,379 players.

Performance of past champions[edit]

NameChampionship
Year(s)
Day of
Elimination
Phil Hellmuth19891
Chris Ferguson20001
Greg Raymer20041
Greg Merson20121 (90th)*
Ryan Riess20132 (47th)*
Martin Jacobson20141C
Joe McKeehen20151
Scott Blumstein20171
John Cynn20181

*- Denotes player who finished in the money

Final Tables[edit]

Rozvadov final table
NameNumber of chips
(percentage of total)
WSOP
bracelets
WSOP
cashes*
WSOP
earnings*
Brunno Botteon10,325,000 (25.5%)014$1,108,516
Manuel Ruivo6,225,000 (15.4%)010$329,545
Damian Salas5,650,000 (14.0%)030$1,710,970
Marco Streda4,225,000 (10.5%)000
Hannes Speiser3,525,000 (8.7%)07$105,193
Dominykas Mikolaitis3,175,000 (7.8%)012$132,857
Ramon Miquel Munoz3,025,000 (7.5%)016$52,231
Peiyuan Sun2,185,676 (5.4%)03$5,907
Stoyan Obreshkov2,125,000 (5.2%)037$400,718
Las Vegas final table
NameNumber of chips
(percentage of total)
WSOP
bracelets
WSOP
cashes*
WSOP
earnings*
Joseph Hebert13,050,000 (30.9%)017$84,960
Shawn Stroke5,250,000 (12.4%)012$125,240
Ryan Hagerty5,075,000 (12.0%)09$30,331
Tony Yuan4,825,000 (11.4%)04$4,218
Michael Cannon4,400,000 (10.4%)03$7,313
Gershon Distenfeld3,475,000 (8.2%)02$5,317
Ron Jenkins2,475,000 (5.9%)014$117,685
Upeshka De Silva2,151,969 (5.1%)349$1,613,094
Harrison Dobin1,575,000 (3.7%)08$46,592

*- Career statistics prior to the 2020 Main Event

Final Tables results[edit]

Rozvadov final table results
PlaceNamePrize
1stDamian Salas$1,550,969
2ndBrunno Botteon$1,062,723
3rdManuel Ruivo$728,177
4thRamon Miquel Munoz$498,947
5thMarco Streda$341,879
6thDominykas Mikolaitis$234,255
7thStoyan Obreshkov$160,512
8thHannes Speiser$109,982
9thPeiyuan Sun*$75,360
Las Vegas final table results
PlaceNamePrize
1stJoseph Hebert$1,553,256
2ndRon Jenkins$1,002,340
3rdMichael Cannon$529,258
4thRyan Hagerty$387,130
5thTony Yuan$286,963
6thHarrison Dobin$215,222
7thShawn Stroke$163,786
8thGershon Distenfeld$125,885
9thUpeshka De Silva**$98,813

*- Sun did not travel to Rozvadov for the final table and was awarded ninth place
**- De Silva was disqualified after testing positive for COVID-19 and awarded ninth place

Heads-up Championship Match results[edit]

Heads-up Championship Match results
PlaceNamePrize
1stDamian Salas$1,000,000
2ndJoseph Hebert$0

References[edit]

  1. ^Rinkema, Remko (April 20, 2020). '2020 WORLD SERIES OF POKER POSTPONED'. Poker Central. Retrieved April 20, 2020.
  2. ^Purdum, David (April 20, 2020). 'World Series of Poker postponed amid pandemic'.
  3. ^'2020 World Series of Poker Will See A Record 101 Gold Bracelets Awarded'. CardPlayer.com. February 27, 2020. Retrieved February 27, 2020.
  4. ^Epskamp, Yori (June 8, 2020). '85 Online Bracelet Events Scheduled This Summer; 31 on WSOP.com & 54 on GGPoker'. PokerNews.com. Retrieved June 9, 2020.
  5. ^Holloway, Chad (November 13, 2020). 'Breaking News: 2020 WSOP $10,000 Main Event to Take Place in December'. PokerNews.com. Retrieved November 13, 2020.
  6. ^Pordo, Gustavo (December 28, 2020). 'Salas no pudo viajar y se posterga la final de la Serie Mundial'. Cordigo Poker (Spanish). Retrieved December 28, 2020.
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External links[edit]

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