After just over 10 hours of battle on the virtual felt on Saturday evening, Maxx “Mc4chess” Coleman defeated Bryan “Pellepelle” Piccioli in heads-up play to win the 2022 WSOP Online Event #21: $600 NLH 6-Max for his second WSOP bracelet and the $46,666 top prize.
The event attracted 448 entries including 145 re-entries to create a $241,920 prize pool with the top 60 players collecting at least a $1,378 min-cash.
Coleman is a regular in the WSOP streets and won a bracelet this year in the $1,500 No Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw for $127,809. According to The Hendon Mob, this win adds to the already 2.7 million dollars in lifetime earnings for Coleman.
WSOP Online Bracelet Event #21 Final Table Results
|1||Maxx “Mc4chess” Coleman||United States||$46,666|
|2||Bryan “Pellepelle” Piccioli||United States||$33,772|
|3||Jeff “mavsusc” Platt||United States||$24,579|
|5||Finian “acesrkings” Anuforo||United States||$12,966|
|6||Ryan “Adopt_aDogg0” Leng||United States||$9,580|
Final Table Action
The official six-handed final table got off to a wild start with a three-way all-in preflop between “dividivi” with ace-ten, Piccioli with kings, and Ryan “Adopt_aDogg0” Leng with queens. The board ran out with an ace and “dividivi” scored the triple up and sent Leng out in sixth place.
A few hands later Finian “acesrkings” Anuforo was all in with ace-ten and called by Piccioli with jacks. The board ran out with no help for Anuforo and they were eliminated in fifth place.
Four-handed play didn’t last long until “dividivi” moved in with sevens and was called by the ace-jack for Coleman. The flop gave “dividivi” a set but also a flush draw for Coleman. The river gave Coleman the flush and “dividivi” was sent to the rail in fourth place.
Soon after Jeff “mavsusc” Platt lost a massive flip with king-queen against the sixes for Piccioli and was left short. Platt moved in with eight-six and was called by the queen-four for Piccioli. The board ran out with a four and Platt was out in third place.
Heads-up play started with both Piccioli and Coleman dead even in chips and play was back and forth for a while until Piccioli moved all in with king-six and was snap-called by the ace-king for Coleman. The board gave Coleman a straight and Piccioli was forced to settle with a runner-up finish. Coleman won the tournament and scored his second WSOP bracelet.
That’s a wrap here at 2022 WSOP Online Event #21: $600 NLH 6-Max. Be sure to stick with PokerNews as we continue to bring you full coverage of this series on WSOP.com!