GoldenCrownPoker – Michael Wins Online Poker World Series 2020, $ 1,500 No Limit Hold’Em Freeezout

Michael “miguelfiesta” Lech has won the biggest buy-in event held so far during the 2020 World Series of Poker Online. The eight-time WSOP Circuit ring winner beat the 649 entry field to clear the no-limit $ 1,500 free-buy hold’em freeze event, earning $ 164,249 and his first bracelet to win.

It was the second-largest career score of Alma, an Arkansas native, behind runners-up in the $ 888 “crazy night” WSOP event for $ 401,888. He has cashed in eight of the 13 WSOP Online events held so far, with his biggest score being $ 5,242 which he earned as 22nd finisher at event 12. He cashed in four live events from July 10-13, making the final three tables in three consecutive events, punctuated by the winners who appear in this event visit goldencrownpoker.

A strong turnout for this event built up the pool prize of $ 924,825 paid out among the 99 final winners. Many famous players made big strides in the show, including Chris’ Robotbob47 ‘Moorman (86 – $ 2,220), Anthony’ heheh ‘Zinno (77 – $ 2,497), Chris’ Camdi’ Ferguson (65 – $ 2,867), Ankush ‘rickrosstheb ‘Mandavia (60 – $ 3,422), Jason’ haderade ‘Somerville (53 – $$ 3,977), Eddy’ Habibi ‘Sabbath (36 – $ 5,456), Daniel’ DNegs’ Negreanu (27 – $ 6,381), Darren ‘avacadotoast’ Rabinowitz (24 – $ 6,381), recent bracelet winners Ryan ‘Joeyisamush’ Depaulo (23 – $ 6,381), and Ricky ‘ratedgto’ Guan (17 – $ 7,491).

When the final table started, Lech sat in the middle of the pack, while Sean ‘SPS8710’ Seifert had more than twice as many chips as any other competitor. Lech quickly raised the leaderboard by securing the first knockout at the final table. Michael ‘wsopmd’ Dolle pushed out of the button with the A-7 and Lech called out from the big blind with pocket queens. He turned into the river to send Dolle onto virtual rails for $ 11,930.



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