Ognyan Dimov is the newest addition to the WSOP bracelet winner collection in 2018 thanks to his win in the $1,500 Six-Max event. Dimov won $378,743 for the planet to see on PokerGO with tough competition in front of him. Super High Roller Bowl commentator Nick Schulman was among those standing in the way of Dimov. Schulman was in search of his third career bracelet. Ryan D’Angelo and Joey Weissman had their second bracelet in mind when the action started.

Dimov gained control early on and raced to the finish line in only a few hours. Watch the full event replay here:

The chips went Schulman’s way in the early going. Quads were in play for Schulman and they forced D’Angelo into a difficult decision with most of his stack on the line. Schulman put his high roller skills on display the whole final table and showed why he was able to win a Poker Masters title.

Schulman is expected to join the PokerGO booth this summer and in his stead today, Ali Nejad was joined by $3,000 Shootout winner Joe Cada and another bracelet winner, Andy Frankenberger.

Weissman entered the final table as the chip leader but Dimov had his number. Dimov placed Weissman in the blender with five players remaining. Weissman needed to fold to maintain his tournament life under duress for a massive pot.

Schulman’s bracelet bid ended in a disappointing third place and another trip to the winner’s circle awaits.

Dimov reached heads up play with Italian Antonio Barbato standing in his way. The final step on the climb to the top didn’t take Dimov long and Barbato was soon dispatched. Dimov’s rail erupted when their man booked a WSOP bracelet to go with his 2015 European Poker Tour title.

Next up on the PokerGO WSOP final table schedule is the $5,000 Big Blind Ante No Limit Hold’em final table. Watch high rollers David Peters and Jake Schindler compete for the title at 4:00 pm ET. The complete streaming schedule can be found here.

2018 WSOP $1,500 Six-Handed Payouts
Name Country Payout
1 Ognyan Dimov Bulgaria $378,743
2 Antonio Barbato Italy $233,992
3 Nick Schulman USA $163,785
4 Ryan D’Angelo Netherlands $116,118
5 Joey Weissman Germany $83,396
6 Yue Du China $60,686
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