The 2020 World Series of Poker Online closed out the weekend on Sunday with Event #26: $500 Grand Finale attracting a 2,502-entrant field which created a $1,125,900 prize pool. After 12 hours of play, Ethan “RampageP” Yau collected the $164,494 first-place prize and his first WSOP bracelet – all while streaming on his YouTube channel.

The 2020 World Series of Poker Online bracelet event final tables are streamed live nightly on the Poker Central YouTube channel, PokerGO Facebook page and World Series of Poker Twitch channel. Commentary is provided by David Tuchman. Skip ahead to the action and watch both final tables in the embedded players below.

Following “WinCiry” being eliminated on the money bubble in 372nd place, WSOP bracelet winners Lee “Roofus” Watkinson, Kevin “ImaLuckSac” MacPhee, Ankush “rickrosstheb” Mandavia, Jeff “NedrudRelyt” Madsen, Mike “Mouth123” Matusow, Ryan “Adopt_a_Dogg0” Leng, Nick “samadhi” Binger, Ryan “GoFeltaFish” Eriquezzo, Ryan “Im.Sorry” Torgersen, Jonathan “Art.Vandelay” Dokler, Ben “WhyIsGomora” Yu, Nipun “javatini” Java, Guy “PhilLaak” Dunlap, Philip “tomte” Yeh, Chris “Robotbob47” Moorman, Daniel “DNegs” Negreanu, and Eric “circleball” Baldwin all finished in-the-money but fell short of the final table.

Mohammad “Tmomoney” Mufti entered the final table as chip leader, but Yau soon vaulted into the chip lead courtesy of the double elimination of Michael “Mike91680” Guzzardi and Event #7 winner Joon “jykpoker” Kim. Mufti responded with a knockout of his own when he eliminated Matt “OMG”Obama” Iles in seventh holding with ace-four against king-queen. Jason “TATTOOMONEY” Scott then would exit in sixth running his eight-six into Blake “shampainpopn” Whittington’s pocket tens. David “reallytight” Kim flopped a straight, but Yau make a runner-runner flush to eliminate Kim in fifth, as Whittington exited in fourth running into Yau’s aces. Mufti’s run would end in third when his pocket nines were outdrawn by Brian “LakersGTD” Patrick’s ace-queen, and heads-up play would begin with Yau holding a three-to-two chip advantage over Patrick. On the final hand, Yau’s pocket fours would hold true against Patrick’s ace-eight, and Yau would be crowned the Event #26 champion.

Event #26 Final Table Results
Place Player Prize
1st Ethan “RampageP” Yau $164,494
2nd Brian “LakersGTD” Patrick $101,669
3rd Mohammad “Tmomoney” Mufti $74,647
4th Blake “shampainpopn” Whittington $55,282
5th David “reallytight” Kim $41,321
6th Jason “TATTOOMONEY” Scott $31,075
7th Matt “OMG_Obama” Iles $23,531
8th Joon “jykpoker” Kim $18,014
9th Michael “Mike91680” Guzzardi $13,961

The 22-year old poker player has just two live cashes to his name – both occurring at Encore Boston Harbor – but he can now call himself a WSOP bracelet winner after the $500 Grande Finale for $164,494.

WSOP Online $100,000 Leaderboard (through Event #24)

Robert “BustinBalls” Kuhn holds a slender lead ahead of Ryan “im.sorry” Torgersen, while Philip “tomte” Yeh has jumped up into third place. Michael “MiguelFiesta” Lech slips down one spot to fourth as Roland “prngls12” Israelashvili rounds out the top five. To view the full leaderboard, click here.

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