Monday July 2, 2018 at 4:26 pm

Two online bracelets were awarded this weekend in Las Vegas. Chance 'BingShui' Kornuth took down Event #63 $3,200 WSOP.com ONLINE NL High Roller for a score worth $341,598. Ryan 'Toosick' Tosoc outlasted a record-setting field of 1,635 runners to win Event #61 $1,000 ONLINE NL Championship. Toosick banked $238,778 and the online bracelet.

A pair of online bracelets were up for grabs this weekend with hefty first-place payouts. Historic moments too. The High Roller had a $3,200 buy-in and Chance 'BingShui' Kornuth shipped the High Roller bracelet for a score worth $341,598. Kornuth made history when he became one of two players to win a WSOP bracelet and an online bracelet.

The other WSOP.com ONLINE event had a $1,000 buy-in. Event #61 set a record for largest online bracelet tournament at WSOP.com. This event attracted 1,635 entrants. Ryan 'Toosick' Tosoc's record-setting win was worth $238,778.

Event #63 $3,200 WSOP.com ONLINE NL High Roller - Final Results

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High Roller bracelet at stake. This High Roller event attracted several of the top online players on the planet. In all, it drew 480 total entries with 356 uniques and 124 rebuys. These virtual ballas were competing for a prize pool approximately $1.5 million.

Johnny World Hennigan went deep in another event. He missed the final table, but cashed in 16th place. Jason Koon made the final two tables, but his run ended in 18th place.

This final table included one player from Tawaian, one Canadian, and seven Americans. The final nine included: Pete 'petechen' Chen, Jonas 'LobyPewis' Macoff, Taylor 'ReadyGambo' Black, Justin 'kingfortune' Liberto, Frank 'flcrivello' Crivello, Noah 'ThePunter' Bronstein, Timothy 'poker.' Nuter, David 'bewater' Goodman, and Chance 'BingShui' Kornuth.

Pete 'petechen' Chen was the first player to bust at the virtual final table. Taylor 'ReadyGambo' Black went deep, but he busted in seventh place. Noah 'ThePunter' Bronstein punted in fourth place. Timothy 'poker.' Nuter hit the bricks in third place, which set up the final bout: Chance 'BingShui' Kornuth vs. David 'bewater' Goodman.

Kornuth edged out Goodman, who busted in second place. David 'bewater' Goodman took home $212K for a runner-up's share.

Kornuth banked $341,598 for first place and collected his second bracelet. Kornuth won his first online one. Kornuth became the second player to have won both a live and online bracelet.

Only the top 63 places paid out. Among the notables who cashed in the Online High Roller.... Chris Moorman, Ryan D'Aneglo, Moshin Charania, Steve Gross, Jim Collopy, Eric Baldwin, Matt Berkey, Taylor Paur, Sam Phillips, Anthony Zinno, Sorel Mizzi, Matt Stout, Romain Lewis, and Conner Raisin.

2018 WSOP - Event #63 $3,200 ONLINE NL High Roller

Entrants: 480

Prize Pool: $1,459,200

Payouts: 63

 

Final Table:

1. Chance 'BingShui' Kornuth (USA) $341,598

2. David 'bewater' Goodman (USA) $212,021

3. Timothy 'poker.' Nuter (USA) $144,168

4. Noah 'ThePunter' Bronstein (USA) $99,809

5. Frank 'flcrivello' Crivello (USA) $70,625

6. Taylor 'ReadyGambo' Black (USA) $50,926

7. Justin 'kingfortune' Liberto (USA) $37,355

8. Jonas 'LobyPewis' Macoff (Canada) $28,016

9. Pete 'petechen' Chen(Taiwan) $21,596

Event #61 $1,000 WSOP.com ONLINE NL Championship - Final Results

A record-setting field! Who woulda thunk? Event #61 broke an online record with 1,635 runners. The prize pool topped $1.5 million for an online affair.

Bracelet winner Eric 'basebaldy' Baldwin went deep, but he busted in 17th place. Brad Snider bubbled the final table in tenth place.

France, Australia, and India were represented in this event along with a six-pack of Americans.

Online affairs usually go quick. But there was some serious alligator blood at this one. Tough heads-up battle that lasted a couple of hours. Flawlessbink vs. Toosick. Both was not going to back down so easily.

After a heck of a battle, Toosick knocked out Flawlessbink. Anthony 'Flawlessbink' Maio took home $175K for second place. Not too shabby, eh?

Ryan 'Toosick' Tosoc earned a first-place payout worth $238,778.

Notables who cashed in this event included... Danny Wong, Eric Baldwin, Steve Gross, Shannon Shorr, Joanne Liu, Vi Do, Brant Hale, Katharina Soehren, Kyle Bowker, Joe Wertz, Porter Lambert, Taylor Black, Antoine Sauout, Dara O'Kearney, Ryan Riess, Kyle Julius, Christian Harder, Ajay Chabra, David Steicke, Tom Middleton, Shaun Deeb, Taylor Paur, Nastasha Mercier, Matt Affleck, Sam Cohen, Anthony Zinno, Ben Zamani, and James Taylor.

2018 WSOP - Event #61 $1,000 ONLINE NL Championship

Entrants: 1,635

Prize Pool: $1,553,250

Payouts: 180

 

Final Table:

1. Ryan 'Toosick' Tosoc (USA) $238,778

2. Anthony 'Flawlessbink' Maio (USA) $175,206

3. Joel 'AjaWilson22' Feldman (Australia) $124,570

4. James '5.56cal.' Robinson (USA) $89,777

5. Justin 'lappypoker' Lapka (USA) $65,391

6. Markus 'thegreatrise' Gonsalves (USA) $48,306

7. Russell 'AntonChigurh' Powers (USA) $36,190

8. Aurelian 'Winamax' Guiglini (France) $27,337

9. Aditya 'pokerpop76' Sushant (India) $20,968

Wonder who won a bracelet this summer? We compiled a complete list of 2018 WSOP Bracelet Winners.

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