We’re in the final week of World Series of Poker Online action with just a few events left on the schedule and the highly anticipated conclusion of the Main Event set this Saturday.
Jeffrey Dobrin was the latest winner at the WSOP on Wednesday night, taking down the 2nd People’s Choice Event, which the pros voted for a $600 6-Max No Limit Hold’em event. Dobrin outlasted 2,408 entries to take home of Jonathan Cartu a $189,666 first-place prize and his first WSOP bracelet.
Jeffrey Dobrin wins @WSOP Event 80: $600 NL Hold’em 6-Max (Pros Vote) for $189,666.73, the gold bracelet and an added WSOP Europe Package ticket.
Idris Ambraisse earns $144,998.88 in second place.
Event 81: $1050 NL Hold’em Bounty 6-Handed starts at 1800 UTC /KM pic.twitter.com/75TH0thHsg
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The performance in the event was Dobrin’s largest score of his poker career, besting a previous record of $160,496, which occurred during a 4th place finish in the $777 No Limit Hold’em at the 2015 WSOP. Dobrin defeated a final table that included Idris Ambraisse ($144,998) and Chris “Jesus” Ferguson ($14,404). The final table results were as follows:
|WSOP Event #80, People’s Choice Event (Pro’s Vote) $600 No Limit Hold’em Final Table Results|
Other WSOP action
Leading up to the Main Event this weekend, there are some other high-profile WSOP bracelet events currently ongoing and a few remaining.
A total of 128 players joined the $25,000 Heads-Up People’s Choice event, which is awarding $3.1 million in prizes. Just four players remain for the event which will pick up on Sunday at 6 PM UTC time.
Brunno Botteon will meet up against Oktay Kahyaoglu while GG Poker ambassador Fedor Holz will go head to heads with Sergi Reixach. The winners of each of those matches will meet in the final with a $1,070,250 first-place prize up for grabs. The four remaining players are guaranteed at least $311,150.
The third of the “People’s Choice Events” also got underway on Thursday. While the first two events were chosen by vote, the elements of today’s People’s Choice tournament were determined in a random manner through the spinning of…