Michael Addamo wins 2nd High Roller bracelet of the year

He now has 4 bracelets overall and six nosebleed titles from this year alone in what has been a dominant year for the Australian.

Michael Addamo

It’s Michael Addamo’s world, we just live in it. 

The Australian all time money leader just captured his 2nd bracelet of 2021 by taking down the $100,000 Super High Roller event for $1,985,569. Just one month after winning the $50,000 High Roller bracelet for $1,132,968. 

That is his 4th bracelet overall, 2nd this year and his sixth title this year from an event with a $50,000+ buy-in. His new all-time earnings stand at $17,722,094 and he tops the 2021 money list with $9,418,837. 

This also marks the ninth time a player has won two bracelets this year, in no small part due to the much larger number of bracelet events in 2021. He joins Scott Ball, Josh Arieh, Kevin Gerhart, Daniel Lazrus, Anthony Zinno, Mark Herm, Martin Zamani and Jeremy Ausmus in the 2021 double bracelet club. 

Elsewhere at the WSOP Boris Kolev took down the final bracelet event of the series, defeating a field of 531 to win the $5,000 No Limit event for $511,184. 

Position Player Prize
1st Michael Addamo $1,958,569
2nd Kevin Rabichow $1,210,487
3rd Sam Soverel $830,992
4th Sean Perry $590,344
5th Henrik Hecklen $434,523
6th Sorel Mizzi $331,806

That is it for the most unique World Series of Poker of all time, but bracelet fever is nowhere near over. The World Series of Poker Europe is taking place right now in Rozvadov. 

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