Sunday June 12, 2016 at 8:20 pm
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At the 2016 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, there will be 69 events and 69 bracelets awarded. A couple of new events were added to the 2016 schedule in addition to your favorite events such as the $10,000 buy-in Main Event Championship and the $50,000 Players Championship. In addition, the 2016 WSOP include populist events such as the $565 buy-in Colossus II, the $1,500 Milly Maker, a special $888 buy-in event sponsored by 888poker, along with several OG donkaments. We compiled a complete list of 2016 WSOP bracelet winners that will be updated daily.

2016 WSOP Bracelet winners

Would front-running Phil Hellmuth win more? Will Phil Ivey play events just to win prop bets? Will one of the European young guns like Fedor Holz or Dzmitry Urbanovich ship their first bracelet? Can your favorite pro win another? Or will your favorite pro who has never won a bracelet finally get the recognition they deserve? Or is this the year that we get to see the emergence of the next up and coming superstar?

Out of the first baker's dozen worth of bracelets, only one non-America won a bracelet – Sweden's Peter Eichhardt. Robert Mizrachi made history by winning bracelets in three consecutive years (joining his brother). Majority of the winners in the first week won their first-ever bracelet, while Mizrachi, Ian Johns, and Rep Porter added another bracelet to their collection.

Through the first 13 events, three were tagged as Championship caliber events with a $10,000 buy-in... Stud, NL Heads-Up, and Dealer's Choice. Those top-tier events were snagged by Robert Mizrachi, Alan Percal, and Jean Gaspard.

In the second full week of action, Jason Mercier shipped his first bracelet of the series for his fourth overall after winning the Lowball Championship. Mercier has a prop bet with Vanessa Selbst worth $1.8 million if he could win three bracelets at this year's WSOP. He got heads-up for a second bracelet in Event #20 Razz Championship, but he busted in second pace when Ray Dehkharghani won his first bracelet instead. Alas, Mercier's sick run continued and he capped off one of the hottest weeks in recent memory by winning another bracelet for his fifth overall and second of the 2016 WSOP. Mercier binked the 10K HORSE Championship. If you're keeping score at home...during one week during three 10K championships... Mercier finished in first, second, and first. As far as the prop bet goes, Mercier is 2/3 of the way there.

Through nearly 30 events, Americans won all but three bracelets. Two more non-Americans earned bracelets by the end of the third week of action. Cesar Garcia won Spain's first bracelet this year in Event #23 $2K NL and Benny Glasser won his second-career bracelet and the first bling for the U.K. this summer after winning an O8 event.

Ian Johns from Seattle became the second player at the 2016 WSOP to win double bracelets. He shipped Event #8 $1,500 HORSE during the first week of action and he also took down $10K Limit Hold'em Championship. Ian Johns won over $500K combined for both of his bracelet wins. Jason Mercier is the only other player aside from Ian Johns to win two bracelets at the 2016 WSOP.

Benny Glasser from the U.K. became the third player to win a double bracelet at the 2016 WSOP. He won back-to-back Omaha 8 events by winning Event #26 $1,500 O8 and shipping Event #32 $10,000 Omaha 8 Championship.

George Danzer won his fourth bracelet which put him in a tie with Max Pescatori for most wins by a European. Johnny World Hennigan also won his fourth-career bracelet when he took down the 10K Lowball Championship.

The 2013 WSOP Ladies Champion Kristen Bicknell became the first woman to win a bracelet at the 2016 WSOP. She also became the first Canadian to win one as well. The win in the BOUNTY event marked her second-career bracelet. Justthe next day, Safiya Umerova from Los Angeles became the second woman to win a bracelet in an open event at the 2016 WSOP.

As the series approached the final stretch, Shaun Deeb picked up another bracelet along with Allan Le, who became the first Le brother to win bling. Lucky Chewy finially won his first bracelet.

Nail salon owner Hung Le won the Crazy Eights bracelet and $888,888 in cash.

Brian Rast faded a field of 91 runners to win the $50K Poker Players Championship. Rast won his third bracelet, nearly $1.3M in cash, and the prestigious Chip Reese Memorial Trophy .

Tony Dunst won his first bracelet during the last weekend of action before the Main Event.

Courtney Kennedy, a poker dealer from Detroit, won the Ladies Championship and became the third woman to win a bracelet this summer.

Fedor Holz shipped his first bracelet in the last week of the WSOP. Holz faded a field of 183 high rollers and took down the One Drop High Roller for a $5 million score.

Here's a running list of 2016 bracelet winners that we will be updating throughout the duration of the WSOP, so bookmark this page for future reference...

2016 WSOP Bracelet Winners

WSOP Mizrachi 4
Robert Mizrachi won his fourth WSOP bracelet in Event #3 10K Stud

Event #1 $565 Employees NL

Entrants: 731

Prize Pool: $365,500

Payouts: 110

Winner: Christopher Sand (USA) $75,157

 

Event #2 $565 NL Colossus II

Entrants: 21,863

Prize Pool: $10,806,500

Payouts: 846

Winner: Benjamin Keeline (USA) $1,000,000

 

Event #3 $10,000 Stud Championship

Entrants: 86

Prize Pool: $860,000

Payouts: 14

Winner: Robert Mizrachi (USA) $242,662

 

Event #4 $1,000 NL Top Up Turbo

Entrants: 667

Prize Pool: $681,300

Payouts: 101

Winner: Kyle Julius (USA) $142,972

 

Event #5 $1,500 Dealer's Choice 6-Max

Entrants: 389

Prize Pool: $525,150

Payouts: 59

Winner: Lawrence Berg (USA) $125,466

 

Event #6 $1,500 NL

Entrants: 2,016

Prize Pool: $2,721,600

Payouts: 303

Winner: Peter Eichhardt (Sweden) $438,417

 

Event #7 $1,500 2-7 Lowball NL

Entrants: 279

Prize Pool: $376,650

Payouts: 42

Winner: Ryan D'Angelo (USA) $92,338

 

Event #8 $1,500 HORSE

Entrants: 778

Prize Pool: $1,050,300

Payouts: 117

Winner: Ian Johns (USA) $212,604

 

Event #9 $10,000 Heads-Up NL Championship

Entrants: 153

Prize Pool: $1,188,200

Payouts: 16

Winner: Alan Percal (USA) $320,574

 

Event #10 $1,500 NL 6-Handed

Entrants: 1,477

Prize Pool: $2,215,500

Payouts: 222

Winner: Mike Cordell (USA) $346,088

 

Event #11 $10,000 Dealers Choice 6-Handed Championship

Entrants: 118

Prize Pool: $1,109,200

Payouts: 18

Winner: Jean Gaspard (USA) $306,621

 

Event #12 $565 PLO

Entrants: 2,483

Prize Pool: $1,241,500

Payouts: 373

Winner: Ryan LaPlante (USA) $190,328

 

Event #13 $1,500 Razz

Entrants: 461

Prize Pool: $622,350

Payouts: 70

Winner: Rep Porter (USA) $142,624

 

Event #14 $1,500 NL Millionaire Maker

Entrants: 7,190

Prize Pool: $9,706,500

Payouts: 1,079

Winner: Jason DeWitt (USA) $1,065,403

 

Event #15 8-Game Mixed

Entrants: 491

Prize Pool: $662,850

Payouts: 74

Winner: Paul Volpe (USA) $149,943

 

Event #16 $10,000 2-7 Lowball Championship

Entrants: 100

Prize Pool: $940,000

Payouts: 34

Winner: Jason Mercier (USA) $273,335

 

Event #17 $1,000 NL

Entrants: 2,422

Prize Pool: $2,017,800

Payouts: 337

Winner: Chase Bianchi (USA) $316,920

 

Event #18 $3,000 HORSE

Entrants: 400

Prize Pool: $1,092,000

Payouts: 60

Winner: Marco Johnson (USA) $259,730

 

Event #19 $1,000 PLO

Entrants: 1,106

Prize Pool: $995,400

Payouts: 166

Winner: Sam Soverel (USA) $185,317

 

Event #20 $10,000 Razz Championship

Entrants: 100

Prize Pool: $940,000

Payouts: 15

Winner: Ray Dehkharghani (USA) $273,338

 

Event #21 $3,000 NL 6-Handed

Entrants: 1,029

Prize Pool: $2,809,170

Payouts: 155

Winner: Calvin Lee (USA) $531,577

 

Event #22 $1,500 Limit

Entrants: 665

Prize Pool: $897,750

Payouts: 100

Winner: Danny Le (USA) $188,815

 

Event #23 $2,000 NL

Entrants: 1,419

Prize Pool: $2,554,000

Payouts: 213

Winner: Cesar Garcia (Spain) $447,739

Mercier 5 Mercier 5
Jason Mercier won his 5th career bracelet and his second bracelet at the 2016 WSOP... in the same week!

Event #24 $10,000 HORSE Championship

Entrants: 171

Prize Pool: $1,607,400

Payouts: 26

Winner: Jason Mercier (USA) $422,874 **

 

Event #25 $2,500 NL

Entrants: 1,045

Prize Pool: $2,377,375

Payouts: 157

Winner: Michael Gagliano (USA) $448,463

 

Event #26 $1,500 Omaha 8

Entrants: 934

Prize Pool: $1,260,900

Payouts: 141

Winner: Benny Glasser (UK) $244,103

 

Event #27 Seniors Championship $1,000 NL

Entrants: 4,499

Prize Pool: $4,049,100

Payouts: 675

Winner: Johnie Craig (USA) $538,204

 

Event #28 $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship

Entrants:110

Prize Pool: $1,034,000

Payouts: 17

Winner: Ian Johns (USA) $290,635 **

 

Event #29 $1,500 NL

Entrants: 1,796

Prize Pool: $2,424,600

Payouts: 270

Winner: Alexander Ziskin (USA) $401,494

 

Event #30 $3,000 PLO

Entrants: 580

Prize Pool: $1,583,400

Payouts: 87

Winner: Viacheslav Ortynskiy (Russia) $344,327

 

Event #31 SUPER SENIORS $1,000 NL

Entrants: 1,476

Prize Pool: $1,328,400

Payouts: 222

Winner: James Moore (USA) $230,626

B2B Benny G
Back-to-Back Benny Glasser!

Event #32 $10,000 Omaha8 Championship

Entrants: 163

Prize Pool: $1,532,200

Payouts: 25

Winner: Benny Glasser (U.K.) $407,194 **

 

Event #33 $1,500 NL Summer Solstice

Entrants: 1,840

Prize Pool: $2,484,000

Payouts: 276

Winner: Adrian Mateos (Spain) $409,171

 

Event #34 $1,500 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball

Entrants: 358

Prize Pool: $483,300

Payouts: 54

Winner: Andrey Zaichenko (Russia) $117,947

 

Event #35 $5,000 6-Handed NL

Entrants: 541

Prize Pool: $2,542,700

Payouts: 82

Winner: Michael Gathy (Belgium) $560,843

 

Event #36 $2,500 Mixed Omaha 8/Stud 8

Entrants: 394

Prize Pool: $896,350

Payouts: 60

Winner: Hani Awad (USA) $213,186

 

Event #37 $1,500 PLO

Entrants: 776

Prize Pool: $1,047,600

Payouts: 117

Winner: Jiaqi Xu (USA) $212,128

 

Event #38 $3,000 6-Handed Limit Hold'em

Entrants: 245

Prize Pool: $668,850

Payouts: 37

Winner: Rafael Lebron (USA) $169,337

 

Event #39 $10,000 6-Handed NL Championship

Entrants: 294

Prize Pool: $2,763,600

Payouts: 45

Winner: Martin Kozlov (Australia) $665,709

 

Event #40 $2,500 Mixed Triple Draw Lowball

Entrants: 236

Prize Pool: $536,900

Payouts: 36

Winner: Christopher Vitch (USA) $136,854

Danzer4x WSOP
German George Danzer won his 4th bracelet; he's tied for most wins by a European

Event #41 Monster Stack

Entrants: 6,927

Prize Pool: $9,351,450

Payouts: 1,040

Winner: Mitchell Towner (USA) $1,120,196

 

Event #42 $3,000 NL Shootout

Entrants: 400

Prize Pool: $1,092,600

Payouts: 40

Winner: Phillip McAllister (U.K.) $267,720

 

Event #43 $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Championship

Entrants: 136

Prize Pool: $1,278,400

Payouts: 21

Winner: George Danzer (Germany) $338,646

 

Event #44 $1,000 NL

Entrants: 2,076

Prize Pool: $1,868,400

Payouts: 312

Winner: Steven Wolansky (USA) $298,849

 

Event #45 $1,500 Mixed NLHE/PLO

Entrants: 919

Prize Pool: $1,240,650

Payouts: 138

Winner: Loren Klein (USA) $241,427

Bicknell, K2
Kristen Bicknell became the first woman and first Canadian to win bracelets this summer

Event #46 $1,500 BOUNTY NL

Entrants: 2,158

Prize Pool: $1,834,300

Payouts: 324

Winner: Kristen Bicknell (Canada) $290,768

 

Event #47 $10,000 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball (Limit) Championship

Entrants: 125

Prize Pool: $1,175,000

Payouts: 19

Winner: Johnny World Hennigan (USA) $320,103

 

Event #48 $5,000 NL (30-min Levels)

Entrants: 254

Prize Pool: $2,462,800

Payouts: 79

Winner: Ankush Mandavia (USA) $548,139

 

Event #49 $1,500 Seven Card Stud

Entrants: 331

Prize Pool: $446,850

Payouts: 50

Winner: Shaun Deeb (USA) $111,101

E50 Safiya Uma
Safiya Umerova became the second woman to win a bracelet in an open event at the 2016 WSOP

Event #50 $1,500 Shootout NL

Entrants: 1,050

Prize Pool: $1,417,500

Payouts: 120

Winner: Safiya Umerova (USA) $264,046

 

Event #51 $10,000 PLO CHAMPIONSHIP

Entrants: 400

Prize Pool: $3,760,000

Payouts: 60

Winner: Brandon Shack-Harris (USA) $894,300

 

Event #52 $3,000 NL

Entrants: 1,125

Prize Pool: $3,071,250

Payouts: 169

Winner: Andrew 'Lucky Chewy' Lichtenberger (USA) $569,158

 

Event #53 $1,500 Mixed PLO/8: Omaha8 and BIG O

Entrants: 668

Prize Pool: $901,800

Payouts: 101

Winner: Allan Le (USA) $189,223

 

Event #54 $888 CRAZY EIGHTS NL

Entrants: 6,761

Prize Pool: $5,403,391

Payouts: 206

Winner: Hung Le (USA) $888,888

Rast Wins 50K PPC
Brian Rast won his third bracelet for shipping the 50K PPC

Event #55 $50,000 Poker Players Championship

Entrants: 91

Prize Pool: $4,176,000

Payouts: 14

Winner: Brian Rast (USA) $1,296,097

 

Event #56 $1,500 NL

Entrants: 1,860

Prize Pool: $2,511,000

Payout: 279

Winner: David Peters (USA) $412,557

 

Event #57 $1,500 PLO Hi-Lo

Entrants: 732

Prize Pool: $988,200

Payout: 110

Winner: David Nowakowski (USA) $203,113

 

Event #58 $1,000 NL (30-minute levels)

Entrants: 1,397

Prize Pool: $1,257,300

Payout: 210

Winner: Corey Thompson (USA) $221,163

 

Event #59 $5,000 NL

Entrants: 863

Prize Pool: $4,056,100

Payouts: 130

Winner: Yue Du (China) $800,586

 

Event #60 $1,500 Seven-card Stud 8

Entrants: 521

Prize Pool: $703,350

Payouts: 79

Winner: David Prociak (USA) $156,546

 

Event #61 $1,000 NL TAG TEAM

Entrants: 863

Prize Pool: $776,700

Payouts: 130

Winner: Ryan Fee (USA) $76,679

Winner: Doug Polk (USA) $76,679

 

Event #62 $25,000 PLO HIGH ROLLER

Entrants: 184

Prize Pool: $4,370,000

Payouts: 28

Winner: Jens Kyllonen (USA) $1,127,035

WSOP DUNST TONY WINS donkslayer
Tony 'Bond18' Dunst wins his first-ever bracelet

Event #63 $1,000 NL

Entrants: 2,452

Prize Pool: $2,206,800

Payouts: 368

Winner: Tony Dunst (USA) $339,254

 

Event #64 $3,000

Entrants: 473

Prize Pool: $1,291,290

Payouts: 71

Winner: Kyle Bowker (USA) $294,960

 

Event #65 $10,000 Ladies NL Championship

Entrants: 819

Prize Pool: $745,200

Payouts: 123

Winner: Courtney Kennedy (USA) $149,108

 

Event #66 ONLINE $1,000 NL

Entrants: 1,247

Prize Pool: $1,184,650

Payouts: 153

Winner: Clayton Maguire (USA) $210,279

Holz 1Drop
Fedor Holz shipped his first bracelet with a win in the One Drop High Roller

Event #67 $111,111 NL High Roller for One Drop

Entrants: 183

Prize Pool: $19,316,565

Payouts: 28

Winner: Fedor Holz (Germany) $4,981,775

 

Event #68 $10,000 NL MAIN EVENT Championship

Entrants: 6,737

Prize Pool: $63,340,268

Payouts: 1,011

Winner: Qui Nguyen (USA) $8,005,310

 

** Denotes double-bracelet winner at the 2016 WSOP

Double Bracelet Club: Jason Mercier, Ian Johns, and Benny Glasser

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