Will Romaine Wins in First World Poker Bracelet Week After Runner-Up Finishing

The 2020 Online Poker World Series continues Monday with one of the rare ‘non-hold’ series events. The Omaha buy-in event of eight or better $ 1,000 drew a field from 425 players, who bought back 100 times to create an overall prize pool of $ 498,750.

A number of well-known players came close to failing at the final table, including Erica ‘Huckcheevers’ Lindgren (30), Kyle ‘RonySeikaly’ Cartwright (27), Andrew ‘SupanooK’ Yeh (25), Ryan ‘Protential’ Laplante (22), Ben ‘WhyIsGamora’ Yu (20), Andrew ‘WATCHGUY42’ Lichtenberger (19), Nathan ‘surfbum’ Gamble (14), Norman Chad (13), Matt ‘JohnCheever’ Woodward (11), Upeshka ‘gomezhamburg’ DeSilva (9), Jimmy ‘DoubleWiener ‘Fricke (9), and Ralph’ sosana ‘Perry (7) visit SBCPOKER.

It took nearly 12 hours to determine a champion, with the eventual victory going to William “SlaweelRyam” Romaine. The Connecticut-based poker pro earned his WSOP Circuit ring in March 2019, recording an online event for $ 92,400. He followed up with a deep run at the WSOP main event, registering $ 142,215 to finish in 61st.

Early in the series, he nearly lost a win in the $ 1,500 no-limit hold’em high roller freeze event, becoming runner-up for $ 110,979. A little more than two weeks later, Romaine returned to the final table, this time completing the work to earn her first gold bracelet, and a $ 110,672 first-place prize.

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