It was the biggest buy-in of the online bracelet events and it was Brandon “DrOctagon” Adams who triumphed to win his first bracelet and $411,560 in prize money.
The $3,200 WSOP.com ONLINE High Roller attracted a field of434 entries and at the end of 12 hours of play, Adams stood alone.
The author and Harvard University lecturer as well as high stakes cash game and fantasy sports player has been playing at the WSOP since 2006 and finally has a coveted WSOP gold bracelet to add to his poker resume.
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