WSOP Weekly: David Peters, Ryan Hagerty Score Bracelets; Corey Paggeot Runs Hot

July 27, 2021
WSOP Weekly: David Peters, Ryan Hagerty Score Bracelets; Corey Paggeot Runs Hot

The World Series of Poker Online  bracelet hunting action continued over the weekend for players at WSOP.com. Some big names saw success in recent action.

One of those found made the final table of the 2020 WSOP Main Event. Ryan Hagerty took fourth last year for $387,130 and secured his first bracelet in Friday’s action.

High stakes regular David Peters also took home bracelet number three. Michigan resident and WSOP Circuit ring winner Corey Paggeot also came through with an impressive showing. He scored final table appearances twice in three days.

Here’s a look at the last few events in the series.

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EventTournamentEntriesPrize poolWinnerWinner payout
1$500 NLHE BIG 500 Kickoff (July 1)1,277$574,650Jose “Deposit” Noboa$105,161
2$600 NLHE Monster Stack (July 2)1,038$560,520Manig “Ohio77” Loeser$104,313
3$500 NLHE Turbo Deepstack (July 3)950$427,500Donnell “Spreezy52” Dais$90,801
4$500 NLHE Super Turbo (July 4)850$382,500Jeffery "Steelvikes7" Hoop$73,861
5$1,000 NLHE 8-Max459$648,700Jeremiah "freestylerr" Williams$139,600
6$2,000 NLHE Deepstack416$769,600Tyler "ShipTheShip" Denson$175,700
7$777 Lucky Sevens888$621,600Michael "stiltwalk" Mercaldo$123,574
8$888 Crazy Eights782$625,600Carlos "CarlosWelch" Welch$124,369
9$400 NLHE Six-Max788$438,120Philip "wingsuiter" Beck$81,534
10$2,000 NLHE1,517$455,100Michael "njnj17" Leib$81,645
11$400 NLHE Ultra Deepstack1,417$510,120Vijay "Eclypzed" Para$86,210
12$500 NLHE Turbo Deepstack958$431,550Bryan “Pellepelle” Piccioli$83,332
13$1,000 NLHE Freezeout561$504,900Ryan “Adopt_aDogg0” Leng$108,654
14$500 NLHE671$466,200Gionni “Coldwarkid” Demers$90,023
15$5,300 NLHE High Roller188$940,000Justin “Jsaliba2” Saliba$253,800
16$600 PLO Hi/Lo Six-Handed498$268,920Allen “Acnyc718” Chang$61,394
17$400 NLHE 8-Max747$405,000Justin “LappyPoker” Lapka$75,371
18$1,000 North American Open756$692,000James “Danfriel” Gilbert$137,570
19$888 PLO Crazy Eights Eight-Handed507$405,600Martin “bathroomline” Zamani$92,598
20$3,200 NLHE High Roller311$948,840Sang “youngkoi” Lee$241,768
21$600 PLO Six-Handed1,551$297,540Bradley “DrStrange7” Ruben$61,148
22$600 NLHE Knockout612$342,720“LastBullet”$46,796
23$500 NLHE Turbo694$312,300Ryan “hagzzz021” Hagerty$67,207
24$400 NLHE MonsterStack1,176$423,360Byung “bhy101” Yoo$77,475
25$7,777 High Roller151$1,113,927David “dpeters17” Peters$283,940
26$500 NLHE Big Encore1,118$503,100Eric “8Bracelets” Van Auken$93,627
27$1,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship398$367,050David “lox10” Goldberg$86,440
28$3,200 High Roller Championship265$805,600Daniel “RiverRats” Lazarus$205,347
29$800 NLHE Turbo 8-Max Turbo Deepstack623$448,560Chris “Robotbob47” Moorman$102,406
30$600 NLHE Six-Max Championship783$422,820Mitchell “franzia” Halverson$84,057
31$500 NLHE Summer Saver917$412,650Brad “1badcajun” Zusman$79,683
32$1,000 NLHE Championship821$738,900Drew “dudeguydrew” O’Connell$146,893
33$500 Grand Finale 2,024$159,100Dan “feeltheflow” Sindela$1,000,000

Event 23: $500 NLHE Turbo  (July 23)

2020 Main Event final table qualifier Ryan “hagzzz021” Hagerty used his aggressive approach to land a bracelet on Friday. He battled back and forth with Richard “Na_Cho_Cheez” Liotta and Russell “njpincher” Crane when play reached three handed. But Hagerty was able to pull ahead and score the gold. 

The event drew in 694 entries and a prize pool of $312,300. Hagerty pulled in $67,207 for his efforts and spoke with USPoker about the win. 

“I never thought that it would be possible but it was really a surreal feeling,” he said. “I was super excited especially after bricking most of the events prior to this and the KO [Event 22], but I look forward to chasing more and hopefully winning one live this fall.”

Event 24: $400 MonsterStack (July 24)

Byung “bhy101” Yoo took down the monstrous action on Saturday. He overcame 1,176 entries to secure the victory, the hardware, and $77,475.

This was the largest field since Event 11 and the total prize pool reached $423,360. Yoo defeated Corey “Corgasm” Paggeot heads-up for the title. Paggeot would go on to another deep run two days later.

The event took 12 hours and some notable players cashing included Carlos “CarlosWelch” Welch, Jerod “WhiskeyDeck” Smith and Anthony “heheh” Zinno.

The US Poker Open wrapped up this week at the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas with David Peters winning three events to earn the championship.
After his success earlier this year in the US Poker Open, high stakes regular David Peters secured his third World Series of Poker bracelet on Sunday. (photo courtesy PokerGO)

Event 25: $7,777 High Roller  (July 25)

David “dpeters17” Peters added his third bracelet on Sunday night in a familiar tournament – a high roller. He locked in $283,940 after defeating Charles “CherryHillPd” Hook heads up.

The win comes after Peters scored the championship in the PokerGO US Poker Open earlier this year.

The event attracted 151 entries and reached a prize pool of $1.1 million, the largest of the series. 2016 bracelet winner Ryan “protential” Laplante finished in third. This was his second deep run after finishing fifth in Event 7.

Event 26: $500 NLHE Big Encore (July 25)

WSOP.com ran this event on the same night as the High Roller. This was the first time during the series that saw two bracelet events on the same day.

Eric “8Bracelets” Van Auken won $93,627 and his first bracelet on Sunday night. Van Auken defeated Dominick “Flo_Cold” Sarle who scored $57,856 for his runner-up finish. 

The field produced 1,118 entries and a prize pool of $503,100. Paggeot made another huge run, finishing third for $40,952.

New Jersey grinders Justin “pocketprofit” Wong, Jacob “tooletime13” Toole, and Ryan “hagzzz021” Hagerty also cashed in the event.

Event 27: $1,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship (July 26)

On Monday, Omaha fans turned out for the biggest PLO event of the series. David “lox10” Goldberg took down the event after topping Todd “Chi.t.420” Sladek heads up for his first bracelet.

He snagged $86,440 for his efforts after defeating a field of 398 entries for a total prize pool of $367,050. Also cashing were Michael “BrockLesnar” Holtz, Seth “JohnStarks” Zimmerman, and Kristen “krissyb24” Bicknell.

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