Dimitrakopoulou and Cesar Neto claim latest international WSOP Online bracelets

Haley Hintze
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Posted on: September 13, 2023 10:09 pm EDT

Two more World Series of Poker gold bracelets have been awarded in the international portion of the WSOP Online series as it has reached its midway point. In Event #15, $800 Ultra Deepstack No-Limit Hold’em, Panagiota “ANXXOO333” Dimitrakopoulou topped a 1,573-entry field to win $153,195.30 and her first bracelet.

Dimitrakopoulou, who was playing from China, eliminated a former bracelet winner, Italy’s Alessandro “Metapod Lv100” Pichierri, who played from Malta, to claim the win. Pichierri settled for a $114,879 payday, while Iceland’s Gennaro “JackpotPlssssss” Proscia, who played from Austria, collected $86,147 for third. Prominent American pro David Williams, playing from Mexico, finished ninth.

In total, the event built a $1,195,480 prize pool. The Event #15 final-table finishers were as follows:

  1. Panagiota “ANXXOO333” Dimitrakopoulou (China) – $153,195.30
  2. Alessandro “Metapod Lv100” Pichierri (Malta) – $114,8798.97
  3. Gennaro “JackpotPlssssss” Proscia (Austria) – $86,147.15
  4. Guillaume Nolet (Canada) – $64,601.21
  5. Klas “Simon Lofberg” Lofberg (Sweden) – $48,444.08
  6. Labora Harold “VoidWalker” Inigo (Hong Kong) – $36,327.93
  7. Luiz Antonio Silva Constantino “Infxtantibus” De Melo (Brazil) – $27,242.09
  8. Max “scharinoo0” Buschmann (Austria) – $20,428.68
  9. David “Atiesh” Williams (Mexico) – $15,319.30

In Event #16, $1,050 Secret Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha, Brazil’s Geraldo “UmReiNoRiver” Cesar Neto outlasted an 865-entry field to earn a combined prize-and-bounties payday of $159,567.15 More than half of Cesar Neto’s career-best payday came from collected bounties, which totaled $92,000.

Cesar Neto’s final opponent was David Mzareulov, a native of Azerbaijan and a long-time Houston, Texas resident who participated from Mexico. Mzareulov’s deep run in Event #16 was worth a combined total of $67,328.31.

The final-table finishers in Event #16 were as follows, with the combined paydays (including collected bounties) as follows:

  1. Geraldo “UmReiNoRiver” Cesar Neto (Brazil) – $159,567.15
  2. David Mzareulov (Mexico) – $67,328.31
  3. Shu Yih Ng (Malaysia) – $43,521.57
  4. Eddy Nedialkov (Austria) – $28,673.47
  5. Hernando “dardusss” Guzman (Mexico) – $21,585.51
  6. Shuki Saadon (Israel) – $50,531.78
  7. Jorge Manuel De Oliveira “deoliveira78” Lopez (Panama) – $10,784.49
  8. Alejo “Hugo_Ronzi” Castellazzi (Argentina) – $10,759.80
  9. Alan Sabo (Slovakia) – $16,346.21