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WSOP Online 2021: Chris Moorman Wins Career-Second Bracelet in Event #29: $800 NLHE 8-Max Turbo Deepstack ($102,406)

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  • RUPAM THAKUR July 29, 2021
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The WSOP.com-leg of the 2021 WSOP Online Series has been handing out at least one bracelet daily since it kicked off on July 1. The international leg of the 2021 WSOP Online gets underway on August 1 and will run through a 33 bracelet-event schedule on GGPoker/Natural8. On Wednesday, Event #29: $800 NLHE 8-Max Turbo Deepstack saw decorated UK pro Chris ‘Robotbob47’ Moorman (cover image) decimating the 623-entry field (418 unique and 205 rebuys) to win his second gold bracelet (1st online bracelet) and $102,406 in prize money.

Moorman tweeted about the win!


The MTT beast had won his first gold bracelet in Event #27: $3,000 NLHE 6-Handed at the 2017 WSOP for $498,682. In January, Moorman also won his first WSOP Circuit gold ring in the Winter Super Series Event #14: $75,000 GTD NLHE for $19,511, where he bested his wife Katie Lindsay heads-up.

Given his online repertoire, it’s not surprising to note that he had come close to winning an online bracelet in the international leg of the series last year. He placed runner-up in Event #58: $5,000 No-Limit Hold ’em 6-Handed Championship on GG Network for $398,393.

The 888 Poker Ambassador Chris Moorman boasts a whopping $15 Million in online MTT winnings and over $6 Million in live poker earnings. Before this win, Moorman had 107 WSOP scores to his name, worth a cumulative $3.66 Million.

The $800 entry buy-in event logged in 418 runners who rebought 205 times to frame a prize pool worth $448,560.

Donnell ‘Spreezy52’ Dais bubbled the event, assuring the remaining 72 players a min-cash worth $1,570.

Ryan ‘adopt_adogg0’ Leng (10th for $5,069), Tom ‘.BEAST.’ Cannuli (12th for $5,069), Bryan ‘Pellepelle’ Piccioli (16th for $3,319), Ryan ‘WHOSYOURDODD’ Dodd (23rd for $2,736), Matt ‘berkey11_s4y’ Berkey (28th for $2,333), Joseph ‘kolebear’ Hebert (29th for $2,333), Wynn Millions champion Johnnie ‘johnnievibes’ Moreno (33rd for $2,333), Michael ‘helionic’ Dyer (42nd for $2,063), and Justin ‘LappyPoker’ Lapka (55th for $1,660) were notables who cashed in the event.

Chris ‘Robotbob47’ Moorman (4,784,098) was the start-of-the-FT chip leader chips, with ‘JonSnow14’ (4,086,779) and Matthew ‘BraceletHUNT’ Hunt (3,780,743) held the other top stacks.

WSOP Event 29 – FT Chip Counts


Final Table Chip Counts

  1. Chris ‘Robotbob47’ Moorman – 4,784,098
  2. JonSnow14 – 4,086,779
  3. Matthew ‘BraceletHUNT’ Hunt – 3,780,743
  4. Patrick ‘Synesthesia’ Eskandar – 3,122,912
  5. cakebot – 2,608,704
  6. bbert29 – 2,424,965
  7. Jeremy ‘g00sebumps’ Menard – 2,060,056
  8. Philip ‘Chairman99’ Tom – 2,051,743


Final Table Recap

Jeremy ‘g00sebumps’ Menard and ‘cakebot’ were the first ones to fall in eighth and seventh places, respectively.

Minutes later, ‘JonSnow14’ fell out in sixth place when their ran into Patrick ‘Synesthesia’ Eskandar’s .

Next up, bracelet winner Philip ‘Chairman99’ Tom hit the rail in fifth place after his failed to improve against Patrick ‘Synesthesia’ Eskandar’s .

Three minutes later, ‘bbert29’got knocked out in fourth place when their found no help against Matthew ‘BraceletHUNT’ Hunt .

Down to three-handed, Patrick ‘Synesthesia’ Eskandar lost their tournament life with to Chris ‘Robotbob47’ Moorman`s .

Patrick Eskandar
Patrick Eskandar


Chris ‘Robotbob47’ Moorman held a commanding 4:1 chip lead over Matthew ‘BraceletHUNT’ Hunt at the start of the heads-up, and the match was over relatively quickly. On the final hand, Moorman’s needed catching up to do against Hunt’s . The rundown favored Moorman, getting him a second gold bracelet.

Chris Moorman
Chris Moorman


Final Table Results (USD)

  1. Chris ‘Robotbob47’ Moorman – $102,406
  2. Matthew ‘BraceletHUNT’ Hunt – $63,112
  3. Patrick ‘Synesthesia’ Eskandar – $43,107
  4. bbert29 – $29,964
  5. Philip ‘Chairman99’ Tom – $21,262
  6. JonSnow14 – $15,341
  7. cakebot – $11,304
  8. Jeremy ‘g00sebumps’ Menard – $8,478


Content & Images Courtesy: WSOP.com and PokerNews.com

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