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Jordyn “ThLstCrdBndr” Miller Continues Strong WSOP Online Series w/ First Bracelet Win


Jordyn Miller

On Tuesday night, the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online Event #19: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em attracted 213 players who rebought 119 times. The 332-entry field generated a $456,500 prize pool, and after just over nine hours of play, it was Jordyn “ThLstCrdBndr” Miller coming out on top to win a $96,914 first-place prize and the WSOP gold bracelet.

Miller, who defeated Angel “ChromeKing” Lopez in heads-up play, is having an impressive series after just coming off a runner-up finish for $55,114 in Event #17: $777 NLH Lucky Sevens only two days prior. Miller finally closed it out and won his first WSOP bracelet.

Many notables joined the field throughout the day and some of those to make a deep run but not reach the final table included popular YouTuber and bracelet winner Ryan “Joeyisamush” Depaulo (35th – $4,336), 2013 Main Event Champion Ryan “BiTC0iN” Riess (31st – $4,336) and recent bracelet winner Jesse “Dangerous22” Lonis (13th – $4,519).

WSOP Online Bracelet Event #19 Final Table Results

Place Name Country Prize
1 Jordyn “ThLstCrdBndr” Miller United States $96,914
2 Angel “ChromeKing” Lopez United States $69,844
3 Kevin “SpecialK333” Calenzo United States $51,036
4 Sergei “Copone” Kislinskii United States $36,976
5 Jordan “HFNeon” Spurlin United States $26,705
6 Dean “Nikobellic99” Curreri United States $19,492
7 Daniel “juice” Buzgon United States $14,197
8 Quintin “AA_QTiP_KK” Trammell United States $10,499

Final Table Action

The official eight-handed final table started after roughly seven hours of play and action went back and forth until Quintin “AA_QTiP_KK” Trammell picked up ace-nine and moved in with a short-stack. Daniel “juice” Buzgon made the call in the big blind with ten-deuce and scored the pot when a pair of twos hit, sending Trammell out in eighth place.

A short while later Buzgon was all in with ace-king and called by the pocket eights for Miller. The board ran out no help for Buzgon and he was eliminated in seventh place. Dean “nikobellic99” Curreri was the next casualty when his ace-queen fell to the ace-king for Lopez and eliminated him in sixth place.

A few hands later Jordan “HFNeon” Spurlin was all in with king-ten and couldn’t improve against the pocket sevens for Miller, sending him out in fifth place. Sergei “Copone” Kislinskii moved in with ace-eight but ran into the ace-king for Kevin “SpecialK333” Calenzo and was sent to the rail in fourth place.

Kevin Calenzo
Kevin Calenzo

Three-handed play saw chips move around for a bit until Calenzo got it in with ace-jack and ran into the lucky pocket sevens for Miller. The board ran out nine high and Calenzo was eliminated in third place.

Miller started heads-up play with an over 3-1 chip lead and play took some time before all the chips found the middle. On a board with two nines showing, Miller moved all in and was quickly called by Lopez for their tournament life. Lopez rolled over queen-nine for trips while Miller held nine-ten for a rivered full house. Lopez would have to settle for second place and Miller took down the tournament and prestigious gold bracelet.

That’s a wrap here at 2022 WSOP Online Event #19: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em. Be sure to stick with PokerNews as we continue to bring you full coverage of this series on WSOP.com!

Holtz, Gagliano & Stuewe Among Recent 2022 WSOP.com Bracelet Winners

Date Tournament Players Re-Entries Total Entries Prize Pool Winner Prize
Sept. 10 Event #1: $400 NLK Kick-Off 474 381 855 $271,800 Oli “try2trick” Hasson $58,491
Sept. 11 Event #2: $500 Monster Stack 508 214 722 $324,900 Benjamin “rvrruner” Garrick $64,590
Sept. 11 Event #3: $3,200 High Roller 74 25 99 $376,960 Drew “dudeguydrew” O’Connell $96,087
Sept. 13 Event #4: $1,000 PLO 6-Max 129 144 273 $275,700 Soheb “TommyConway6” Porbandarwala $57,125
Sept. 15 Event #5: $500 NLH Turbo Deepstack 348 167 515 $231,750 Zachary “ccast93” Schwartz $44,704
Sept. 17 Event #6: $800 NLH Ultra Deepstack 264 119 383 $282,960 Vito “thesuitbig29” Distefano $57,355
Sept. 18 Event #7: $365 NLH 571   571 $299,722 Jeremy “Chipchecka” Ausmus $51,807
Sept. 18 Event #8: $1,000 NLH 6-Max 238 146 384 $345,600 Jesse “Dangerous22” Lonis $73,370
Sept. 20 Event #9: $600 NLH Deepstack Championship 380 135 515 $278,100 Timothy “LosingEquity” Faro $50,864
Sept. 22 Event #10: $2,500 NLH Freezeout 153   153 $237,563 William “SlaweelRyam” Romaine $79,753
Sept. 24 Event #11: $400 PLO 6-Max 172 193 365 $131,400 Tanner “bamatide88” Bibat $29,459
Sept. 25 Event #12: $400 NLH Ultra Deepstack 538 225 763 $274,680 Jesse “patient0” Yaginuma $47,520
Sept. 25 Event #13: $1,000 NLH 231 134 365 $328,500 Nathan “bckdrboogie” Zimnik $69,740
Sept. 28 Event #14: $500 NLH 6-Max 196 202 561 $252,450 Jeremiah “freestylerr” Williams $48,698
Sept. 29 Event #15: $365 NLH Turbo Deepstack 463 238 701 $229,928 Tanner “Bamatide88” Bibat $42,053
Oct. 1 Event #16: $500 NLH Deepstack 386 169 555 $249,750 Connor “beefstew93” Stuewe $45,679
Oct. 2 Event #17: $777 NLH Lucky 7s 130 217 347 $394,800 Mike “BrockLesnar” Holtz $76,157
Oct. 2 Event #18: $1,000 NLH Turbo Deepstack 90 254 344 $309,600 Michael “itwasthator0” Gagliano $62,755
Oct. 4 Event #19: $1,500 NLH 213 119 332 $456,500 Jordyn “ThLstCrdBndr” Miller $96,914
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