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Nick Guagenti Earns First Career WSOP Bracelet

Ohio Poker Pro Banks $305,433 In $2,000 Online NLHE Event


Nick GuagentiThe 2020 World Series of Poker Online continued Wednesday evening with the $2,000 no-limit hold’em deepstack event. A total of 580 players entered the tournament, rebuying 167 times, which amounted to an overall prize pool of $1,419,300.

After more than 11 hours of play, the title went to longtime poker pro Nick ‘shadowjacker’ Guagenti. The Ohio-native earned $305,433 and his first career bracelet.

Guagenti has had close calls at the WSOP in the past. In 2017, he made a deep run in the main event, earning $145,733 for finishing in 46th place. Last summer, he took fourth in the $10,000 Omaha eight-or-better event for $140,522, and he followed that up later in the series with a third-place showing in the $3,000 H.O.R.S.E. event for another $259,533.

To earn the win, Guagenti had to overcome a final table that included notable such as Tom ‘.beast.’ Cannuli, Vinny ‘brownmagic’ Pahuja, Ryan ‘toosick’ Tosoc, and Ari ‘philivey’ Engel.

Here is a look at the payouts awarded at the final table:

Place Name Earnings
1 Nick ‘shadowjacker’ Guagenti $305,433
2 Matthew ‘EarvinMagic’ Parry $189,193
3 Ari ‘philivey’ Engel $130,292
4 Brian ’BD_out_ Deutchmeister $91,261
5 Ryan ‘toosick’ Tosoc $65,004
6 Vinny ‘brownmagic’ Pahuja $47,121
7 Rory ‘peeeeeeeeeno’ Brown $34,773
8 James ‘DanFriel’ Gilbert $26,115
9 Tom ‘.beast.’ Cannuli $20,012