Daniel “SilasSilver” Turner Wins WSOP.com $1,000 Mini Main Event ($142,663)

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The final online bracelet event on WSOP.com concluded early Monday morning with Daniel “SilasSilver” Turner taking down the $1,000 Mini Main Event, a no-limit hold’em tournament, for $142,663.

Only one more live bracelet event has yet to start before the 2021 World Series of Poker officially wraps up — Event #88: $5,000 8-Handed No-Limit Hold’em, which kicks off Monday. After that, we all say goodbye to the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino after 17 years. The 2022 WSOP will take place at Bally’s and Paris on the Las Vegas Strip.

As for the online portion, Turner became a first-time bracelet winner, beating out 774 unique entries as rebuys weren’t permitted.

Place Player Country Prize
1 Daniel “SilasSilver” Turner United States $142,663
2 Dylan “Kidnapper” Destefano United States $88,259
3 Wojciech “ISAMAYAI” Barzantny Germany $61,370
4 “badatpoker01” United States $43,328
5 Jeffrey “uradarrin” Smith United States $31,068
6 Jeff “IQ84.” Gotts United States $22,639
7 Aaron “pinsoneedles” Pinson United States $16,718
8 Tristan “Truqs” Wade United States $12,538
9 Ken “oicurmt” Goone United States $9,613

Some big name pros took a shot at one of the final bracelet events of the year, including Daniel “DNegs” Negreanu, who finished third in consecutive live events at the Rio. He pulled double duty on Sunday, playing online at the same time as he was competing in some live tournaments. The GGPoker ambassador needed to rack up some Player of the Year points but was unable to do so and failed to cash in the Mini Main Event.

Ryan “BITC0IN” Riess, the 2013 WSOP Main Event champion, held the chip lead for a bit after the tournament reached the money. He was eventually eliminated in 20th place for $3,900. Carlos “disco1981” Alvarado busted in 10th place, which paid $7,523, setting up the final table.

At the final table, Turner dominated play and would eventually beat Dylan “Kidnapper” Destefano heads-up for the bracelet. It was the second time this year Destefano came close to winning a WSOP event. He finished 12th in live Event #47: $5,000 Freezeout No-Limit Hold’em 8-Handed. Turner, on the other hand, ran deep in a bracelet event for the first time, and he becomes one of the final WSOP champions of 2021.

Date Tournament Players Rebuys Entries Prize Pool Winner Prize
Sunday, October 3 Event #1: $5,300 NLH Freezeout 156 0 156 $780,000 Martin “BathroomLine” Zamani $210,600
Sunday, October 3 Event #2: $500 NLH BIG 500 742 325 1067 $480,150 Mark “NJ_AcesmarkA” Herm $89,336
Sunday, October 10 Event #3: $400 NLH Ultra Deepstack 1,023 334 1,357 $488,520 Pete “PeteChen” Chen $82,560
Sunday, October 17 Event #4: $888 PLO Crazy 8’s 8-Max 295 227 522 $417,600 Ryan “Santasbzack2” Stoker $95,338
Sunday, October 24 Event #5: $1,000 Championship 555 299 854 $768,600 Kazuki ‘hyahhoo3’ Ikeuchi $152,797.68
Sunday, October 31 Event #6: $666 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max 720 309 1,029 $617,400 John “Relevancy” Ripnick $114,898.14
Sunday, November 7 Event #7: $3,200 NLH High Roller 8-Max 319 115 434 $1,319,360 Jacob “incel4life” Neff $318,889
Sunday, November 14 Event #8: $7,777 NLH High Roller 183 47 230 $1,696,710 Aleksejs “APonakov” Ponakovs $432,491
Sunday, November 14 Event #9: $777 Lucky 7’s NLH 732 390 1,122 $785,400 Yuliyan “Dr.Feelg00da” Kolev $146,162.94
Sunday, November 21 Event #10: $1,000 Mini Main Event NLH 774 0 774 $696,600 Daniel “SilasSilver” Turner $142,663.68

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