Brazilian player Yuri Dzivielevski wins second WSOP bracelet
On Saturday, GGPoker carried out the $400 Plossus final table that took place as part of the WSOP Online. A field of 4 356 entries reduced to nine finalists, and the Brazilian player Yuri Dzivielevski started the final table as a chip leader.
Yuri Dzivielevski is not a dark horse, as he is in the top 5 most successful online players in the world by PocketFives. It is worth noting that Yuri topped this ranking in 2014 and 2015. In total, the Brazilian poker player has won over $7 000 000 in online tournaments.
As for offline tournaments, Yuri also achieves good results, but the total amount of prize money is more modest: $1 200 000. However, he has twice won a WSOP gold bracelet, that is, a trophy that every poker player dreams of. The first time he won this award in the $2 500 tournament during the WSOP 2019. On Saturday, Yuri only paid a $400 buy-in to secure his second career WSOP bracelet.
Looking at the final table line-up, you won't find the names of eminent players. But, strong regulars fought for the victory in the finals, making the battle for top prizes very tough.
As you may have guessed, Yuri Dzivielevski turned out to be the best among them. In the final heads-up, the Brazilian defeated Mett Vengrin from the United States, having prevented Americans from celebrating winning yet another gold bracelet. The bracelet along with $221 550 prize money and a $15 000 WSOPE package went to Dzivielevski.
WSOP#42: $400 PLOSSUS final table results
- Yuri Dzivielevski – $221 550
- Mett Vengrin – $165 150
- Tautvydas Jokubauskas – $116 800
- Gabi Livshitz – $82 570
- Samuel Bernabeu – $58 380
- Juan Perez – $41 280
- Chad Layne – $29 190
- Dustin Dirksen – $20 640
- Marcus Cara – $14 590