Ajay Chabra beat 337 total entries to win the 2020 Online Poker World Series for a $ 1,500 buy limit hold’em event, earning his first gold bracelet and $ 77,475 as the champion. This is Chabra’s 12th cash in the series, with a number of deep strokes recorded prior to this win.
He finished ninth at the Colossus for $ 40,529, eighth in the $ 800 pot-limit Omaha double stack for $ 12,080 and reached the last 16 in the $ 10,000 head-up championship for $ 24,832. With this win, Chabra now has over $ 1.5 million in lifetime tournament revenue visit Temanpoker.
The top 47 finishers made money in this event, with many big names making deep runs including bracelet winner Luke Schwartz (43 – $ 3,312), Connor Drinan (42 – $ 3,312), double bracelet winner Alek Stasiak (39 – $ 3,312), bracelet winner Georgios Sotiropoulos (22 – $ 4,616), bracelet winner Joseph Cheong (21 – $ 4,616), Dan Shak (18 – $ 4,616), two-time bracelet winner Anson Tsang (16 – $ 5,449), bracelet winner Arkadiy Tsinis (13 – $ 6,434)), and recent $ 8,000 pot limit Omaha event runner-up Mark Herm (ranked 12th – $ 6,434).
Kevin Liu played chips as the final table started, with Chabra sitting on the sixth chip position among the last nine players. Shannon Shorr was the first to be eliminated. He grew up in A Diamond Suit 10 Heart Suit from the little blind and Apti Dzhabrailov calls from the big blind in 7 Club Suits 4 Club Suits.
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