Fall Bracelet Race Kicks Off with Two New Winners kicked off its fall bracelet series this weekend with 45 pieces of hardware up for grabs from now until mid-October.

Richard "EatMushrooms" Ali

Richard Ali won his first WSOP bracelet online Sunday. (Image: WSOP)

A majority of those bracelets — 33 — will be won by players in New Jersey and Nevada, while players in Michigan and Pennsylvania get to battle for six in each market. 

In those two states, there’s a bracelet event every Sunday at 6 p.m. local time. The schedules are nearly identical. 2022 Fall Bracelet Schedule – Michigan and Pennsylvania
Sunday, September 116 pmNLH Monster Stack$500
Sunday, September 186 pmNLH$365
Sunday, September 256 pmNLH Ultra-Deepstack PKO$400
Sunday, October 26 pmNLH Lucky 7s$777
Sunday, October 96 pmNLH$1,500
Sunday, October 166 pmNLH Championship$1,000

In New Jersey and Nevada, the schedule is more densely packed, but follows a rhythm: a tourney Saturday at 6:30 p.m. ET, two on Sundays at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. ET, and one each on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7 p.m. ET. from now until October 18.

It also has more “high roller” events,  including:

  • $10,000 NLH, Oct. 18, 7 p.m. ET
  • $7,777 NLH, Oct. 11, 7 p.m. ET
  • $5,300 NLH, Oct. 16, 7:30 p.m. ET
  • $3,200 NLH Oct. 13, 7 p.m. ET
  • $2,500 NLH Sept. 22, 7 p.m. ET
  • $2,000 NLH Oct. 12, 7 p.m. ET

There are also five $1,000 events, including a PLO event on September 13.

New WSOP bracelet winners 

There are a couple of accomplished players who have already added bracelets to their poker resumes this weekend.

In NJ/NV, Israeli Ori “try2trick” Hasson won his first WSOP bracelet on Saturday in a $400 No-Limit Hold’em event that attracted 474 entrants with 281 rebuys. Hasson, who is approaching 50 WSOP cashes, won $58,491. He has $365K in WSOP cashes in total.

In Pennsylvania, Richard “EatMushrooms” Ali won his first bracelet in the $500 No-Limit Hold’em event on Sunday that brought in 149 players who rebought 49 times. Ali won $20,715. He owns three WSOP circuit rings, all won online within the last year.

Ali’s first WSOP cash came in a live event in 2016, and if he continues his online dominance on in Pennsylvania, he’ll most likely pass $400K in WSOP cashes before the year is out.

His account has only been active since August 2021, but according to Sharkscope, he’s already pulled more than $100K from the site in 296 tournaments.

Drew “dudeguydrew” O’Connell picked up his second WSOP bracelet on Sunday by winning the $3,200 high-roller event in NJ/NV for $96K. The event attracted 99 players. O’Connell won his first bracelet last August in the $1,000 championship.

“Rvrruner” was the winner of the $500 bracelet event on Sunday in the combined NJ/NV market. He collected $64,590 in the event, which attracted 508 players and 214 rebuys.

In Michigan, “Full_send” finished on top of a field of 140 (34 rebuys) for a bracelet and $18,204.

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Bob Pajich
Bob Pajich is a poker news reporter, creative writer, and poker player who never met suited connectors he didn't like. Tips, corrections, complaints and kudos should go to

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