Rayan Chamas Complete Rapid-Fire WCOOP Hat-Trick

Rayan Chamas Canada’s Rayan “Beriuzy” Chamas became the sixth PokerStars player to win three World Championship Of Online Poker (WCOOP) titles in 2022 when he took down the $2,100 buy-in Super Tuesday for $79,450. Winning three WCOOP events in a single series is a remarkable achievement in its own right, but Chamas completed his hat-trick in only two weeks.

Chamas took a brief hiatus from the poker grind after getting married. The self-enforced break resulted in Chamas missing swathes of WSOP events at GGPoker and most of the WCOOP. However, despite only logging two weeks’ worth of volume, Chamas became a 2022 WCOOP champion on three occasions.

Victory number one came in WCOOP 59-H: $2,100 NLHE Turbo , which came with $57,608 in prize money. Chamas added the WCOOP 89-H: $2,100 NLHE Turbo PKO and another $76,348. Chamas completed his rapid-fire hat-trick by triumphing in the WCOOP 99-H: $2,100 Super Tuesday . WCOOP 99-H: $2,100 NLHE Super Tuesday Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize 1 Rayan “Beriuzy” Chamas Canada $79,450 2 Julian “jutrack” Track Germany $61,851 3 fierrehuve Sweden $48,151 4 ContraSpemSper0 Ukraine $37,485 5 ArtHouse2011s Ireland $29,182 6 Vlad “dariepoker” Darie Romania $22,718 7 Ebaaa11 Montenegro $17,686 8 Simon “C. Darwin2” Mattsson Sweden $13,769 9 Christian “eisenhower1” Jeppsson Sweden $10,719 The $2,100 edition of the Super Tuesday drew in 203 players wo created a $406,000 prize pool. The top 23 finishers shared that sum, with Gavin “gavz101” Cochrane bubbling the event. Although he later won the $530 buy-in NLHE/PLO mixed event.

Each of the nine finalists secured a score of at least $10,719. Christian “eisenhower1” Jeppsson got his hands on that prize when he fell in ninth. Jeppsson’s fellow Swede and champion of the WSOP Online Main Event , Simon “C. Darwin2” Mattsson , busted in eighth for $13,769. Vlad Darie “Ebaaa11” and Vlad “dariepoker” Darie were the next players eliminated. They banked prizes of $17,686 and $22,718, respectively. Then came the demise of Ireland’s “ArtHouse2011” in fifth, worth $29,182, and Ukraine’s “ContraSpemSper0” in fourth for $37,485.

Sweden’s “flerrehuve” crashed out in third for $48,151. They later went on to win […]

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