WSOP Online: Jeremiah Williams, William Romaine Rack Up Second Bracelet Wins

September 29, 2022
WSOP Online: Jeremiah Williams, William Romaine Rack Up Second Bracelet Wins

The World Series of Poker Online is approaching the halfway point at WSOP.com. A couple players scored their second championship bracelets over the last week with Jeremiah Williams and William Romaine finding the winner’s circle.

The win continued a nice run in the series for Williams. Timothy Faro also grabbed his first piece of WSOP hardware after stepping away from the game a bit in recent years. He detailed how much the win meant after redoubling his efforts to make his poker dream of winning a bracelet come true. Here’s a look at all the action from last week.

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Event 14: $500 No-Limit Hold’em Six-Max

Jeremiah Williams (pictured in lead image), of Las Vegas,  grabbed his second bracelet after topping this field for $48,697. The win came after a third-place and two seventh-place finishes already in the series. 

The tournament brought in 561 entries for a $252,450 prize pool. Christopher Basile, of Laurel Springs, New Jersey, finished runner-up for $139,600.

Formerly of Illinois, Williams now has more than $284,000 in WSOP winnings, much of that coming online. His first bracelet came in the 2021 WSOP Online, winning a $1,000 NLHE event for ​​$139,600.

Event 13: $1,000 NLHE

Bckdrboogie” took the title in this event for $69,740. Mark Liedtke, who has four circuit rings, finished in second for $50,260 with Andrew Dean in third for $36,726

Event 12:$400  NLHE Ultra Deepstack

Jesse Yaginuma, of Los Angeles, California, secured his first bracelet in this event and a nice cash of $47,420. The event produced a field of 763 entries for a prize pool of $274,680.

Already a two-time WSOP Circuit ring winner, Yaginumam now has a bracelet as well. He has just over $1 million in WSOP winnings. Paul Dewald finished runner-up for $34,665.

Event 11: $400 PLO Six-Max

Tanner Bibat came out on top in the -four-card action, scoring his first bracelet and $29,459. The player from Atlanta, Georgia, has 70 series cashes and now has some hardware for those efforts.

The tournament brought in 365 entries for a $131,400 prize pool. Arkadiy Tsinis, of Miami, Florida, just missed out on his second bracelet, finishing second for $21,024.

Bibat apparently found some success late in the tournament against one particular player – Daniel Negrenau.

Event 10: $2,500 NLHE

This bigger buy-in event saw 153 players with William Romaine, of Las Vegas, grabbing his second bracelet for $79,754. The online regular has a deep WSOP record with more than $942,000 in live tournament winnings. His first bracelet came in a $1,000 Omaha event in the 2020 WSOP Online.

Matthew Wantman came close to his first bracelet, finishing runner-up for $56,916. Here’s a look at some of the tournament highlights courtesy of WSOP commentators Lon McEachern and Norman Chad.

Event 9: $600 NLHE Deepstack Championship

This nice championship event saw 515 entries for a $278,100 prize pool. Timothy Faro, of Glen Burnie, Maryland, came out on top for his first bracelet and a $50,864 payday.

Jeffery Hoop, of Minnesota, snagged runner-up for $36,876. Jeremiah Williams also went deep in this one, finishing third for $26,725. Just a few days later he’d reach the winner’s circle

Faro was overwhelmed at winning and posted his feelings about the win on Twitter. A regular on the live WSOP Circuit, Faro took a break to start a business and spend more time with family.

Last year, Faro returned to poker and made it a goal to take the game more seriously. He was pleased to see everything come together on Sept. 21 for the title.

“To me, (winning a bracelet) meant more to me than any amount of money,” he noted. “It made all the work I put in worth it. I proved to myself that I belonged and that I’m capable. I haven’t slept yet and part of me still doesn’t believe it, but we did it and I couldn’t be more excited about it. I feel like I got the money off my back.”

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Looking ahead

Players have plenty of action remaining at WSOP.com. Players in Nevada and New Jersey can look forward to including the $777 Lucky 7s and $1,000 Turbo Deepstack. Here’s a look at the remaining schedule.

2022 WSOP Online

DateEventBuy-in
Oct. 6#20: NLHE Turbo (NV/NJ)$500
Oct. 8#21: NLHE 6-Max (NV/NJ)$600
Oct. 9#22: BIG 500 (NV/NJ)$500
Oct. 9#23: NLHE (NV/NJ)$1,500
Oct. 9#5: BIG 500 (PA)$500
Oct. 9#5: BIG 500 (MI)$500
Oct. 11#24: Lucky 7s High Roller (NV/NJ)$7,777
Oct. 12#25: NLHE 8-Max (NV/NJ)$2,000
Oct. 13#26: High Roller 6-Max (NV/NJ)$3,200
Oct. 14#27: Super Turbo (NV/NJ)$500
Oct. 15#28: Monster Stack (NV/NJ)$365
Oct. 16#29: Online Championship (NV/NJ)$1,000
Oct. 16#30: High Roller (NV/NJ)$5,300
Oct. 16#6: Online Championship (MI)$1,000
Oct. 16#6: Online Championship (PA)$1,000
Oct. 17#31: Deep Freeze (NV/NJ)$600
Oct. 18#32: Super High Roller 8-Max (NV/NJ)$10,000
Oct. 18#33: Fall Finale (NV/NJ)$500

* Lead image courtesy WPT

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