California native and current Las Vegas pro Darren Rabinowitz has taken down one of the premier tourneys in the domestic-US WSOP Online series, Event #30, the $1,000 NLH Online Championship. Rabinowitz, a three-time WSOP Circuit ring winner, earned his first career gold bracelet by winning the championship event.
Rabinowitz, playing on WSOP.com as “avocadotoast”, earned $91,860.84 in addition to the bracelet, the largest share of a $392,400 prize pool. Rabinowitz is a veteran of the WSOP scene, with over 200 career cashes in WSOP-branded events. Rabinowitz has earned roughly $3.2 million in live tournaments to date, with over $1.3 million of that coming in WSOP tournaments.
Just two days after posting this on Twitter/X…
Rabinowitz had the chance to post his own winning lobby:
The win headlined a busy final weekend in the domestic WSOP Online series, which concludes on Wednesday.
Rabinowitz busts Ball to claim championship
The NLH Online Championship came down to a heads-up duel between Rabinowitz and Scott “Rumcake” Ball, who won two bracelets and the short-lived No-Limits VELO leaderboard in his breakout 2021 WSOP series.
Here, Ball fell short of becoming a three-time WSOP bracelet winner, but he still earned $57,015.72 for the second-place run. Sridhar “sri50k” Sangannagari made another deep run in this series, finishing third for $38,769.12.
Event #30 drew 436 total paid entries, and the top 63 players cashed. The final-table finishers and payouts in Event #30, $1,000 NLH Online Championship, were as follows:
- Darren “avocadotoast” Rabinowitz – $91,860.84
- Scott “Rumcake” Ball – $57,015.72
- Sridhar “sri50k” Sangannagari – $38,769.12
- Spencer “madornah” Champlin – $26,840.16
- Zachary “Lovepuddle” Schwartz – $18,992.16
- Anthony “flawlessbink” Maio – $13,694.76
- Yong Kuen “LuckySpewy” Kwon – $10,045.44
- Alex “Sundsolar” Soares – $7,534.08
- Richard “GlutenFree” Green – $5,807.52