Alexander “Kobbajun” Kobbeltvedt Wins World Poker Bracelet Series With $ 100 Unlimited Hold’em – Before Sunday night, Alexander “Kobbajun” Kobbeltvedt of Norway had just three career tournament cashings totaling $ 10,583.
Kobbeltvedt significantly improved his career tournament after winning one of the last events on the 2020 Online Poker World Series schedule. He beat a huge field of 34,787 entries and won $ 296,403 along with his first WSOP bracelet in a $ 100 no-limit hold’em event with a guaranteed prize pool of $ 2 million visit lapak303. He beat Kostiantyn “vksOk” Vovhcenko head-on for gold.
This is his third career WSOP cash after securing two cash at WSOP 2018 at $ 1,500 unlimited mix & Omaha pot limit and $ 3,000 pot limit Omaha six max. The other money came in a side event at the European Poker Tour stop in Barcelona in 2019.
Dash scored the next two KOs when he sent Renato “sakag4mble” Sakamoto home in seventh and Jankaitis in sixth. The consecutive attacks saw Dash move up to second in chips with five players remaining, behind Anthony “8MasterBall8” Cheung, who quietly moved to the chip lead and scored one elimination.
After some of the initial flights were completed, 4,303 players returned for Sunday 2. After about eight hours of play, the pitch was whittled down to its final nine players, with Edvinas “gerasarklys” Jankaitis leading the group followed behind by Kobbeltvedt.