“Lucky boi” the Ukrainian halted two steps away from his WSOP bracelet.

​PokerOK has already won many bracelets in WSOP Online 2022 series events. The Limit Hold’em tournament for $2,500 was conducted without a guarantee.

Nonetheless, the WSOP Online #3: $2,500 Limit Hold’em Championship was able to attract a respectable field of 124 competitors, resulting in a prize pool of $294,500.

Ukrainian poker players continue to perform well in pricey GGPoker network tournaments, and this event was no exception. In this event, the Ukrainian poker player placed among the top three prize winners.

Also see: WSOP Online 2022 @ PokerOK: 33 bracelets and millions in prize money

Rostyslav “Lucky boi” Sabishchenko, a Ukrainian poker player, almost won his first WSOP bracelet, but finished in third place with a payment of $36,850.

Rafael “BrunoR10” Enrique, a poker player from Brazil, won the event. The Brazilian said a few years ago that he was finishing his career as a professional poker player, but he opted to compete in this event and did not lose. Rafael got his championship bracelet and $64,670 in prize money.

The runner-up was a Hong Kong poker player with the moniker “Snakey” who won $48,820. Twenty players finished in the money with a minimum payment of $4,400.

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