Thomas Cannuli Wins $3,333 Online Bracelet Event

Thomas Cannuli Wins $3,333 Online Bracelet EventThomas Cannuli has won the inaugural Online High Roller, after besting a field of 424 players (320 unique) over 12 hours on his way to claiming a career first gold bracelet, and a top prize of $322,815.
The victory also represents the 25-year-old New Jersey pro’s second highest score to date, with his biggest coming in 2015 after making it all the way to the $10k Main Event final table, eventually finishing in 6th for a $1,426,283 payday. As Cannuli stated at the time following his elimination:
“It’s not easy. It comes from playing for seven years, seeing the guys who lose $40k pots in a cash game and say nothing about it. That showed me a respect for the game. You see the other side where people are complaining every time they lose a hand. I just want to set an example and take a stand for the guys who have that etiquette, and lose like gentlemen, or women for that matter.”
Event #61: The $3,333 Big Grind Online featured a prize pool of $1,335,600, and amongst the recognizable pros finishing in one of its 54 money spots was John Racener in 48th ($6,277), Maria Ho in 42nd ($6,812), Chris Moorman in 35th ($7,613), Joe McKeehen in 27th ($8,815), Chris Klodnicki in 21st ($8,815), and Kevin Eyster in 14th ($12,688).
Cannuli subsequently entered the final table in third place, behind Tara “BeatrixKiddo” Cain and Adam “HLEDERERER” Owen, but added further to his stack after being dealt A-K and seeing off Blake “bk1048” Kelso (Q-Q) in 6th. Cannuli (Q-Q) followed up by doing likewise to Daniel “Pepperprince” Zack (K-K) in 4th.
Continuing his good run, Cannuli then claimed the WSOP title in style after being dealt 10s-10h, and being involved in a three-way pot against Tara Cain (Ad-3c) and Adam Owen (Ac-3h). The dealer subsequently laid out a Kd-Qd-2c-5d-Qc board to seal the deal for Cannuli, whilst eliminating Cain (2nd) and Owen (3rd), who picked up $201,408 and $136,231 respectively for their hard-fought efforts.
Final Table Results:
1: Thomas “FLOATZ” Cannuli $322,815
2: Tara “BeatrixKiddo” Cain $201,408
3: Adam “HLEDERERER” Owen $136,231
4: Daniel “Pepperprince” Zack $97,232
5: Darren “LegionofBoom” Rabinowitz $66,112
6: Blake “bk1048” Kelso $47,547
7: Vincent “AllinVin138” Moscati $34,859
8: Ryan “holdNfold” Jones $26,178
9: Millard “Undisputed23” Hale $20,168

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