Ezequiel Kleinman earned a memorable bronze medal at the end of the WSOP Online.
Argentinian players Ezequiel Kleinman and Ramiro Petrone put in stellar performances at the closing ceremony of the Central Championship, the virtual edition of the World Series on GGPoker. Kleinman reached the third level of the podium and earned $1,524,414, the highest winnings for any player in the Tango Land online tournament. Petron, on the other hand, finished in 4 hands for $1,128,331, a career-best win. Bert Stevens of Belgium won the historic $2,783,432 title after defeating Li Yagen of China in a heads-up match. The Asian finished second with $2,059,058.
Stevens won the most coveted bracelet at the virtual edition of the World Series on GGPoker.
This Tuesday marks the end of the marathon Main Event of the World Series of Online Poker (WSOP), a festival that has brought together the international poker elite in recent weeks. Millions of dollars in prize money are at stake, including $2,783,432 reserved for the winner, the highest payout in a tournament played on screen; a definition that includes the likes of Austrian Lukas “rustyhusky” Hafner Sharks such as Ireland’s Simon “LLinusLLomu” Wilson; Chinese player Yagen “suuisui” Li and Belgian player Bert Stevens who currently lives in Austria.
Ramiro Petrone finished fourth in this historic WSOP event to earn his best cash payout to that date Online Story Conclusion.
In this first-rate cast, Latin America is represented with a Río de la Plata accent, as Argentinians Ezequiel “Be Myself” Clayman and Ramiro Petrone is charged with representing the region in the main bracelet battle for the 2023 edition of WSOP Online. Kleinman successfully reached the third level of the podium and collected $1,524,414 in prize money as he made history as the Tango Land-born grinder finished higher in an online tournament bonus. Petrone, who lived in Uruguay for some time, ran out of chips in a four-max tournament and took home $1,128,331; becoming the best finisher in the history of this type of tournament figure.
The championship was won in a duel between Bert Stevens of Belgium, who currently resides in, Austria and ChinaLi Yagen. The European player turned things around, confirming what was then a 5-1 lead and winning a historic $2,783,432 in prize money and a gold bracelet. However, the runner-up’s prize of $2,059,058 is cause for celebration. The tournament has a $5,000 buy-in, 6,023 entries and a prize pool of $28,609,250.
Bert Stevens won the most important bracelet of the tournament series.
We conclude the review with the payment details of the WSOP Online Central Championship finalists:
Master: Bert Stevens (Belgium/Austria) $2,783,432No. 2nd place: Yagen ‘suisui’ Li (China) $2,059,0583. Location: Ezequiel “Be MySelf” Kleinman (Argentina) $1,524,4144th place. Location: Ramiro Petrone (Argentina/Uruguay) $1,128,3315. Location: ‘KingAlexMVP’ (Unknown – Russia) $835,3046°: ‘UltDeKunst’ (Unknown – Netherlands) $618,4077th Place :Lukas ‘rustyhusky’ Hafner (Austria) $457,865Eighth Place: ‘faaaab’ (Unknown – Philippines) $339,0329°: Simon ‘LLinusLLomu’ Wilson (Ireland) $251,074