Connor Drinan played at the final table of WSOP bracelet event
Connor Drinan achieved great results during the SCOOP 2020 and this time, he came close to winning a gold bracelet at the WSOP Online. The American poker player made it to the final table and hoped to get his first career WSOP bracelet, but failed to do it.
Drinan left the game after he couldn't find an ace or a king to improve against Aki "Seabossss" Virtanen’s sixes. The guy took seventh place, for which he received a total of $44 000 (cash prize and bounty). It’s a rather modest amount, as for the player whose total winnings in live tournaments exceed $11 000 000.
Italian player Enrico "GTOExploiter" Camosci became a champion of the tournament. It’s worth noting that the Italian entered the final table as a chip leader and kept leading position to the bitter end. In the final heads-up, Enrico beat Omer "omeroz01" Ozsirkintis from Turkey, winning the WSOP gold bracelet and an impressive $327 300.
Bounty, that is a cash award for knocking opponents out of the game, accounted for almost half of Camosci’s win: $142 700. The runner-up, in turn, took $133 900 in prize money and $48 600 as bounty.
WSOP #50: $2 100 Bounty Championship results
In total, the WSOP #50 $2100 Bounty Championship attracted 1 168 players. There were quite a few eminent poker pros among them, but none managed to get to the finals. Daniel Negreanu, Manig Loeser, Dario Sammartino, and others entered the ITM zone of the event, but their prize money was also modest.