The International-facing segment of the 2022 World Series of Poker Online wrapped up earlier this week, with nearly 131,200 entries made and more than $86.1 million paid out through 33 bracelet events held on GGPoker.

The domestic segment kicked off on on Sept. 10. Since then, 15 of the 33 bracelet events have played out. So far, there have been more than 7,100 total entries, with more than $4.2 million in prize money paid out along the way.

Card Player recapped the first eight winners earlier this month. Below, we take a look at the results from events 9-15.

Event 9 – $600 NLH Deepstack Championship Timothy Faro during deep run in the 2011 WSOP main event The “$600 buy-in no-limit hold’em ‘Deepstack Championship’ event “: attracted a total of 515 entries, building a prize pool of $279,100 that was paid out among the top 72 finishers. At the end of the long night, it was Timothy Faro who came away with the bracelet and the top prize of $50,864.

This was the second-largest score on Faro’s tournament resume, trailing the $54,851 he secured as the 147th-place finisher in the 2011 WSOP main event. He now has just shy of a quarter of a million dollars in lifetime tournament cashes to his name.

Notables that ran deep included bracelet winner Daniel Lupo (15th), bracelet winner Alex Foxen (14th), bracelet winner Dan Sindelar (13th), three-time bracelet winner Nick Schulman (12th), bracelet winner Coler Ferraro (8th), PokerGO commentator and MSPT Venetian champion Jeff Platt (4th), and bracelet winner Jeremiah Williams (3rd). Place Player Earnings 1 Timothy Faro $50,864 2 Jeffery Hoop $36,876 3 Jeremiah Williams $26,725 4 Jeff Platt $19,523 5 David Powers $14,378 6 Alex Soares $10,568 7 Paul Scaturro $7,815 8 Cole Ferraro $5,812 9 Jeremy Boston $4,338 Event 10 – $2,500 No-Limit Hold’em

The next event on the agenda was a $2,500 buy-in no-limit hold’em tournament. With 153 total entries made by the time registration came to a close, the prize pool grew to $355,725 (the second-largest so far).

The smaller field resulted in only the top 30 finishers making the […]

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