US poker pro Dan Sindelar has won the US bracket of the 2021 WSOP Online Main Event for $159,100 after beating Stanley Lee heads-up.
Facts and Figures US WSOP Online Main Event
- Buy-in: $500
- Players: 2,024
- Prize Pool: $1,000,000
- First Prize: $159,000
Event #33, the $500 NLH Grand Finale, was the absolute highlight of the 2021 WSOP Online US Bracket at WSOP.com.
The tournament was a big success, regarding that it was only open to US players, with a staggering 2.024 entries.
Big names that cashed
There were many big names in the field and several of them made it into the 290 paid places including Mike Matusow (271./$900), four-time WSOP bracelet winner Jeff Madsen (194./$1,000), Shankar Pillai (78./$1,800) and Darren Elias (15./$7,900).
Notables that made the final table were Guy Dunlap (4./$52,400), Fred Li (3./$71,500) and the two top pros Stanley Lee and Dan Sindelar.
Heads-Up Clash of the Titans Dan Sindelar vs. Stanley Lee
The latter two also ended up heads-up in a Clash of the Titans for the WSOP Online 2021 US Main Event title.
Even though Stanley Lee had a massive 3:1 chip lead at the start, Dan Sindelar never gave up and managed to stage a comeback.
Sindelar took over the lead, when Lee pushed All-in with K♣Q♣ and Dan called with A♠J♠.
No help from the board and Dan Sindelar is the US WSOP Online 2021 Champion. He received a staggering $159,100 for his efforts together with his first WSOP bracelet.
WSOP.com 2021 WSOP Online Main Event Final Result:
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