Negreanu Busts Hellmuth, Kevin Gerhart Wins WSOP Bracelet and $97K

Negreanu Busts Hellmuth, Kevin Gerhart Wins WSOP Bracelet and $97K

Kevin Gerhart won his first WSOP bracelet and $119,054 last summer in the $1,500 Razz event. Just under one year later, Gerhart struck gold again with a victory in the $500 Pot-Limit Omaha event to earn his second World Series of Poker bracelet and a top prize of $97,572.

Kevin Gerhart picks up his second bracelet in the span of one year (Image: Joe Giron)

Gerhart (TheRealKG) is no stranger to tournament success. From 2016 through 2019, he recorded 114 live tournament cashes per his Hendon Mob profile. Gerhart entered this series with a circuit ring, a bracelet, and 41 cashes for $302,363 in WSOP events. The Ohio native outlasted a field of 1,137 entries in what was the longest event of the online series to date, clocking in at 13 hours and two minutes.

Chris Moorman (Robotbob47) made his deepest run of the series in Event #20 before eventually settling for fourth place and a prize of $28,601. Moorman is working his way up the $100,000 Online Bracelet Series leaderboard with this being his fourth straight cash; he earned $825 for a 245th-place finish in Event #19, $5,157 for a 27th-place finish in Event #18, and $4,159 for a 33rd-place finish before making the money again in Monday’s event.


$500 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Handed Results

  1. 1. Kevin Gerhart (TheRealKG) $97,572
  2. 2. Cody Brinn (Duckmoney420) $60,324
  3. 3. Jenny Svancara (Mobey) $41,290
  4. 4. Chris Moorman (Robotbob47) $28,601
  5. 5. Adam Jones (AdamJ080584) $20,210
  6. 6. Shanmukha Meruga (Shanmukha) $14,480

Negreanu Busts Hellmuth En Route to a 25th-Place Finish

The online rail for the $500 PLO event was in full swing on Monday evening as Daniel Negreanu (DNegs) and Phil Hellmuth (Lumestackin) were both seated at the same 6-handed table with fewer than 100 players remaining. In the key hand at the table, Negreanu raised under the gun and called a short-stack shove from Hellmuth to his immediate left.

Negreanu tabled the 8♣ 6♥ 4♥ 5♦ and was behind against Hellmuth’s K♥ K♦ Q♦ 10♠. The 7♣ A♠ J♦flop brought no immediate help to Negreanu, but the 4♣ on the turn brought in his backdoor straight draw and the 3♠ on the river completed the nut straight, eliminating Hellmuth in 95th-place ($921). On Twitter, Negreanu lamented the fact that he didn’t get the chance to experience a Hellmuth blow-up in person.

Connor Drinan (666666) once again gave Negreanu a sweat on their $100,000 bracelet bet with another deep run before being eliminated in 11th-place ($5,913)


Other Notable Finishes

  • 20th Gregory Raymer (FossilMan) $3,530
  • 36th Shaun Deeb (Ddtgg) $2,302
  • 44th Max Pescatori (MaxSparrow) $1,586
  • 51st Ryan Depaulo (Joeyisamush) $1,381
  • 55st Ryan Riess (BiTC0iN) $1,228
  • 64th Brandon Shack-Harris (pretty_noose) $1,228
  • 79th Jesse Sylvia (MrJesseJames) $972

The WSOP online series continues today with a $777 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max event. Players will start with 15,000 in chips and be entitled to two rebuys.

Written by
Dave Consolazio

Comments

Brian wrote...

and they call Daniel a poker genius…WTF did he like about that flop …LOL

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