Players will take to the virtual felt for their last opportunity to win a gold bracelet in the 13th and final online World Series of Bracelet event on the summer. Hundreds will be hoping to save their summer and end their WSOP on a high.
Last years winner was Brad "1badcajun" Zusman who won the bracelet and $79,683 by defeating the field of 917 entrants which generated a prize pool of $412,650 prize pool. It was Zusman's first career bracelet.
2021 WSOP Event #31: $500 NLH Summer Saver
|1||Brad "1badcajun" Zusman||$79,683|
|2||Mark "victb" Ioli||$49,270|
|3||Josh "YoelRomero" King||$34,704|
|4||Jeff "bortzork" Miller||$24,759|
|5||Jason "TheBigGift" Gooch||$17,909|
|6||Orson "borgatcha" Young||$13,122|
|7||Conrad "KerriP" Simpson||$9,780|
|8||Jeremy "g00sebumps" Menard||$7,386|
|9||David "dave419" Nodes||$5,653|
The WSOP.com lobby currently shows 100 players registered for this tournament an hour before the start, including the likes of Joseph “melonhead” Bartholdi, Chris “BetURaise” Brewer, and Brandon “DrOctagon” Adams.
Players begin with 20,000 chips. Levels last 15 minutes, with a five-minute break every 55 minutes past the hour. Players are allowed up to three re-entries during the tournament until late registration closes at 8:15 p.m. local time for their last chance to win a WSOP gold bracelet this summer.
PokerNews will be following all the action and providing live updates throughout the day until a new champion is crowned.