Jonas Wexler Among 2022 WSOP Online Pennsylvania Bracelet Winners

While the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) may have ended weeks ago, there are still plenty of opportunities for players to win a coveted gold bracelet, including in one of the 33 bracelet events that will play on WSOP.com Sept. 10-Oct. 18. Click here for more information on those upcoming events.

The most recent round of online bracelet events follows the 29 awarded this past summer between players in New Jersey/Nevada (13 bracelets), Michigan (eight bracelets), and Pennsylvania (eight bracelets).

A slew of bracelets was awarded to players in New Jersey/Nevada and was live reported by PokerNews:

Norbert Szecsi Captures His 3rd Bracelet; Wins 2022 WSOP [Online] $5,300 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller Freezeout
Manig ”Ohio77” Loeser Wins Event [Online] No-Limit Hold’em BIG $500 ($127,153) 2nd Online Bracelet In As Many Years
Brian “JackBogle” Altman Captures Maiden Bracelet By Winning WSOP [Online] $400 No-Limit Hold’em Ultra Deepstack
Matt “PmpknHead” Szymaszek Wins WSOP Online Bracelet Event #4: $1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Max
Harry “timexCNT” Lodge Wins His First Bracelet in the $7,777 Lucky 7’s Online High Roller ($396,666)
Yevgeniy “Kazak132” Minakrin Wins Online Event #9: $1,000 No Limit Hold’em Championship ($238,315)
Julien Perouse Captures Bracelet In Online $3,200 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller 8-Max ($324,767)
Martin “115FTW” Stoyanov Wins The $500 WSOP Bracelet Turbo Deepstack
Sane “Oohwee213” Chung Wins $500 No Limit Hold’em Deepstack For $149,729

However, the other bracelets were awarded in segregated markets in Michigan and Pennsylvania. Here’s a look at those winners from the “Keystone State.”

2022 WSOP Pennsylvania Online Bracelet Winners

Date
State
Tournament
Entries
Prize Pool
Winner
Prize

June 5
PA
Event #1: NLH BIG $500
270
$121,500
Joseph “el_taco” Kuczewski
$30,970.35

June 12
PA
Event #2: $400 NLH Ultra Stack
272
$97,920
Christopher “mooooooooooo” Perkins
$24,959.90

June 19
PA
Event #3: $500 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Max [3x Re-entry]
152
$68,400
Mark “MDD83” Dellavecchio
$17,291.52

June 26
PA
Event #4: $600 Online Deepstack Championship
196
$105,840
Stephen “puttfordough” Jarrett
$26,978.68

July 3
PA
Event #5: $500 NLH Deepstack
171
$76,950
Jonas “Walfredo” Wexler
$19,614.62

July 10
PA
Event #6: $1,000 NLH Online Bracelet Championship
122
$109,800
Alex “Schwibbs1” Schwint
$27,054.72

July 16
PA
Event #7: $777 NLH Lucky 7’s
115
$80,500
Peter “nosmal” Williamson
$20,519.45

July 17
PA
Event #8: $500 NLH Summer Saver
200
$90,000
Ryan “gravisty3155” Messick
$24,300

Joseph “el_taco” Kuczewski Wins Pennsylvania’s First Bracelet of 2022

WSOP PA Event 1

The first bracelet event of the summer in Pennsylvania also took place on June 5 and was the same as its Michigan counterpart – Event #1: NLH BIG $500. The tournament drew 204 players who rebought 66 times, which resulted in a 270-entry field that generated a $121,500 prize pool.

The top 36 finishers made the money including Robert “CXTGuy” Coleman (5th – $6,597.45), Dave “AubreydeGrey” Alfa (7th – $3,657.15), David “GunsBlaring” Eldridge (12th – $1,688.85), Zach “CaptainLevi” Gruneberg (16th – $1,142.10), and Robert “didiflppdt” Sichelstiel (36th – $850.50).

After more than nine hours of play, Joseph “el_taco” Kuczewski bested Michael “SQU0ZE” Duffy in heads-up play to win the bracelet and nearly $31k in prize money.

WSOP.com PA Event #1 Final Table Results

Place
Player
Prize

1
Joseph “el_taco” Kuczewski
$30,970.35

2
Michael “SQU0ZE” Duffy
$19,136.25

3
Edward “Makunouchi” Leonard
$13,158.45

4
James “SurplusV4lue” Tedrow
$9,221.85

5
Robert “CXTGuy” Coleman
$6,597.45

6
Matthew “WhatisEV” Javitt
$4,884.30

7
Dave “AubreydeGrey” Alfa
$3,657.15

8
Michael “TonyBandanas” Lavin
$2,733.75

9
Richard “Guy_1ncognit” Frani
$2,126.25

Christopher “mooooooooooo” Perkins Second Pennsylvania Bracelet Winner

WSOP PA Event 2

On Sunday, June 12, WSOP.com PA played host Event #2: NLH Ultra Deepstack, which saw 218 players rebuy 54 times. The 272-entry field created a $97,920 prize pool reserved for the top 36 finishers including Ian “Nap0lian” Crampton (6th – $3,936.38), Colby “FreeBritney” Gatchell (15th – $1,106.49), Stephen “puttfordough” Jarrett (22nd – $783.36), and Huy “Chipsahuy01” Nguyen (27th – $783.36).

After nearly 11 hours of play, Christopher “mooooooooooo” Perkins beat Kyle “BluffNTuff” Lorenz in heads-up play to claim the bracelet and a $24,959.90 top prize.

WSOP.com PA Event #2 Final Table Results

Place
Player
Prize

1
Christopher “mooooooooooo” Perkins
$24,959.90

2
Kyle “BluffNTuff” Lorenz
$15,422.40

3
Chris “Noup1111” Kounoupis
$10,604.73

4
Ryan “fun_game” McKnight
$7,432.12

5
James “Lampnation” Gouldner
$5,317/05

6
Ian “Nap0lian” Crampton
$3,936.38

7
Jesse “Diceluxovi” Baker
$2,947.39

8
Matthew “Achelous” Sullivan
$2,203.20

9
Edward “Makunouchi” Leonard
$1,713.60

Mark “MDD83” Dellavecchio Wins PLO 6-Max Bracelet

On June 19, Event #3: $500 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Max [3x Re-entry] saw 90 players rebuy 62 times, which resulted in a $68,400 prize pool. That was paid out to the top 30 finishers including final table bubble boy Paul “Lothario” Lampl (7th – $1,915.20), Michael “TonyBandanas” Lavin (12th – $1,108.08), David “WalterZoe” Zeigler (17th – $975.52), and Jack “PaJack_49462” Roser (29th – $581.40).

After eight hours of play, it was Mark “MDD83” Dellavecchio defeating Robert “Bink.Bonk” Lavin in heads-up play to win the third Pennsylvania bracelet of the series, which also came with a $17,291.52 top prize.

WSOP.com PA Event #3 Final Table Results

Place
Player
Prize

1
Mark “MDD83” Dellavecchio
$17,291.52

2
Robert “Bink.Bonk” Lavin
$10,690.92

3
Benjamin “ItMyTime4421” Kaupp
$7,284.60

4
Greg “Donostia” Wish
$5,054.76

5
Richard “trappericks” Kienzle
$3,584.16

6
Austin “CaptainKidd” Moser
$2,592.36

Stephen “puttfordough” Jarrett Victorious in Online Deepstack Championship

On June 26, Event #4: $600 Online Deepstack Championship saw 153 players rebuy 43 times to create a prize pool worth $105,840. The top 36 finishers got a piece of it including Andrew “LoveToLose” Porter (10th – $1,471.17), Ian “Nap0lian” Crampton (14th – $1,195.99), Duane “ntdriverman” McCrory (19th – $846.72), Ryan “TheDuce” McCarroll (24th – $846.72), and Sebastian “OMCEscher” Harasim (33rd – $740.88).

After more than nine hours of play, it was Stephen “puttfordough” Jarrett finishing as the last player standing to claim the gold bracelet and $26,978.68 first-place prize.

WSOP.com PA Event #4 Final Table Results

Place
Player
Prize

1
Stephen “puttfordough” Jarrett
$26,978.68

2
Josh “ClearEyes” Berardi
$16,669.80

3
William “MiniMiMi” Dopico
$11,462.47

4
Chris “BadIdea5” Dow
$8,033.25

5
Nick “Mr.Magoo7” Lein
$5,747.11

6
Ryan “S5mcnulty” Van Sanford
$4,254.76

7
James “Jmlarkin1” Larkin
$3,185.78

8
Kyle “BluffNTuff” Lorenz
$2,381.40

9
Ryan “CampPinebox” Pochedly
$1,852.20

Jonas “Walfredo” Wexler Becomes a WSOP Online Bracelet Winner

Jonas WexlerJonas Wexler

On July 3, Event #5: $500 NLH Deepstack drew 171 entrants and offered up a $76,950 prize pool to the top 36 finishers. Among those to cash but fall short of the final table were Ryan “CampPinebox” Pochedly (11th – $1,069.60), Travis “Emily2012” Powell (17th – $723.33), and Jesse “Diceluxovi” Baker (25th – $615.60).

Well-known poker pro Jonas “Walfredo” Wexler wound up besting Anthony “SimSolvers” Garofalo in heads-up play to claim a $19,614.62 top prize and his gold bracelet. The five-time WSOP Circuit ring winner nearly went back-to-back in bracelet events but came up one spot short as you’ll read about next.

WSOP.com PA Event #5 Final Table Results

Place
Player
Prize

1
Jonas “Walfredo” Wexler
$19,614.62

2
Anthony “SimSolvers” Garofalo
$12,119.62

3
Paul “UBeenBeat” Kitchen
$8,333.68

4
Matthew “WhatisEV” Javitt
$5,840.50

5
Chad “cdr319” Reed
$4,178.38

6
James “Jmlarkin1” Larkin
$3,093.39

7
Franco “D.Lafferty” Bonacci
$2,316.19

8
Christopher “Dr.DogTrucK” Rodriguez
$1,731.37

9
Laurence “Liquid.Sword” Rogers
$1,346.62

Alex “Schwibbs1” Schwint Victorious in Championship Event

On July 10, Event #6: $1,000 NLH Online Bracelet Championship saw 94 players rebuy 28 times, which meant the 122-entry field resulted in a $109,800 prize pool that was paid out amongst the top 18 finishers.

Some players to cash but fall short of the final table were Nicholas “Mr.Magoo7” Lein (10th – $2,196), Zachary “CaptainLevi” Gruneberg (13th – $2,130.12), and Erick “Irun2Good” Landwehr (17th – $2,086.20).

As mentioned above, Wexler made another deep run but wound up finishing as runner-up to Alex “Schwibbs1” Schwint, who laid claim to the bracelet and accompanying $27,054.72 first-place prize.

WSOP.com PA Event #6 Final Table Results

Place
Player
Prize

1
Alex “Schwibbs1” Schwint
$27,054.72

2
Jonas “Walfredo” Wexler
$19,313.82

3
Abraham “Zombo” Faroni
$13,790.88

4
Michael “SQU0ZE” Duffy
$9,860.04

5
Harish “Harish.C9” Chouhan
$7,038.18

6
Brian “CleggsOnGG” Frasca
$5,028.84

7
Michael “PENNMIKE18” Van Sickle
$3,590.46

8
Christopher “moooooooooo” Perkins
$2,558.34

9
Paul “UBeenBeat” Kitchen
$2,327.76

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Peter “nosmal” Williamson Was Lucky in Event #7

On July 16, Event #7: $777 NLH Lucky 7’s attracted 115 runners and offered up an $80,500 prize pool to the top 36 finishers. Among those to cash were Dan “LavaCake” Ott (5th – $4,371.15), Andrew “LoveToLose” Porter (6th – $3,236.10), Brendan “Burrr11” LeMay (11th – $1,118.95), Jeffrey “Brittlesbee” Cole (17th – $756.70), Adrian “zales08” Zalewski (25th – $644), and Elias “DAG_CLG” Garney (34th – $563.50).

The bracelet and $20,519.45 first-place prize ended up going to Peter “nosmal” Williamson after he defeated Ryan “gravity3155” Messick in heads-up play. While it was no doubt a disappointing finish for Messick coming up one spot shy of victory, he would only have to wait a day before capturing a gold bracelet of his own.

WSOP.com PA Event #7 Final Table Results

Place
Player
Prize

1
Peter “nosmal” Williamson
$20,519.45

2
Ryan “gravity3155” Messick
$12,678.75

3
Michael “PENNMIKE18” Van Sickle
$8,718.15

4
Robert “CincyRJ” James
$6,109.95

5
Dan “LavaCake” Ott
$4,371.15

6
Andrew “LoveToLose” Porter
$3,236.10

7
Robert “Justalittle” Isaacs
$2,423.05

Ryan “gravity3155” Messick Claims Final PA Bracelet of the Summer

Ryan MessickRyan Messick

On July 17, the final PA bracelet event of the summer played out. Event #8: $500 NLH Summer Saver attracted 166 players who rebought 34 times, which meant the 200-entry field resulted in a $90,000 prize pool that was paid out to the top 30 places.

Among those to cash but fall short of the final table were Paul “UBeenBeat” Kitchen (12th – $1,170), Andrew “LoveToLose” Porter (17th – $945), and Samuel “PineCreek” Monks (30th – $819).

At the final table, Ryan “gravisty3155” Messick defeated Michael “ArnoldSlick” McNeil in heads-up play to win the tournament for $24,300 and the shiny gold bracelet.

WSOP.com PA Event #8 Final Table Results

Place
Player
Prize

1
Ryan “gravity3155” Messick
$24,300

2
Michael “ArnoldSlick” McNeil
$14,175

3
Elias “DAG_CLG” Garney
$8,100

4
Josh “RealizeLies” Zerbe
$6,300

5
Dillon “HiCard” Ott
$5,400

6
Zach “CaptainLevi” Gruneberg
$4,500

7
Scott “Scott103” Kahler
$3,420

8
Jonathan “Jerhart7373” Erhart
$2,160

9
Nilesh “Ron.Swanson” Thakker
$1,530

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2022 WSOP Online Summer Bracelet Winners

Date
State
Tournament
Entries
Prize Pool
Winner
Prize

June 5
NJ/NV
$5,300 NLH High Roller Freezeout
218
$1,090,000
Norbert “Balkan500” Szecsi
$288,850

June 5
NJ/NV
$500 NLH BIG $500
1,213
$799,200
Manig “Ohio77” Loeser
$127,153

June 12
NJ/NV
$400 NLH Ultra Deepstack
1,641
$757,440
Brian “JackBogle” Altman
$110,662

June 19
NJ/NV
$1,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Max
470
$712,800
Matt “PmpknHead” Szymaszek
$141,705

June 26
NJ/NV
$600 Deepstack Championship
1,284
$938,520
William “swaggyb” Corvino
$149,319

June 28
NJ/NV
$500 NLH Turbo Deepstack
1,746
$785,700
Martin “115FTW” Stoyanov
$132,783

July 3
NJ/NV
$500 NLH Deepstack
2,162
$972,900
Sane “Ooohwee213” Chung
$149,729

July 10
NJ/NV
$7,777 Lucky 7’s NLH High Roller
161
$1,468,023
Harry “timexCNT” Lodge
$396,666

July 10
NJ/NV
$1,000 NLH Bracelet Championship
994
$1,328,400
Yevgeniy “Kazak132” Minakrin
$238,315

July 12
NJ/NV
$3,200 NLH High Roller 8-Max
340
$1,343,680
Julien “StepUpPoker” Perouse
$324,767

July 16
NJ/NV
$777 Lucky 7’s NLH Second Chance
781
$845,700
Fred “staeks” Li
$159,059

July 17
NJ/NV
$5,300 NLH High Roller Freezeout Encore
245
$1,225,000
Gianluca “Inmyhouse” Speranza
$324,625

July 17
NJ/NV
$500 NLH Summer Saver
1,648
$741,600
Shaun “BabyLegs” O’Donnell
$125,330

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

June 5
MI
Event #1: NLH BIG $500
310
$139,500
Brett “Gotcha1121” Blackwood
$35,558.55

June 12
MI
Event #2: $400 NLH Ultra Deepstack
326
$119,160
Todd “Rooster_777” Estes
$27,895.64

June 19
MI
Event #3: $500 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Max
188
$84,600
John “HairyAce” MacLeod
$21,386.88

June 26
MI
Event #4: $600 Online Deepstack Championship
221
$119,340
Adam “Akittle” Kittle
$30,419.83

July 3
MI
Event #5: $500 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack
227
$102,150
Freddie “zengardener” Kirkland
$26,038.10

July 10
MI
Event #6: $1,000 NLH Online Bracelet Championship
130
$117,000
Cade “ethmonsta” Lautenbacher
$28,828.80

July 16
MI
Event #7: $777 NLH Lucky 7’s [3x Re-entry]
123
$103,050
Ryan “MagicJohnson” Hiller
$21,946.89

July 17
MI
Event #8: $500 No-Limit Hold’em Summer Saver [3x Re-entry]
229
$103,050
Matthew “MGDOGG” Garza
$27,823.58

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

June 5
PA
Event #1: NLH BIG $500
270
$121,500
Joseph “el_taco” Kuczewski
$30,970.35

June 12
PA
Event #2: $400 NLH Ultra Stack
272
$97,920
Christopher “mooooooooooo” Perkins
$24,959.90

June 19
PA
Event #3: $500 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Max [3x Re-entry]
152
$68,400
Mark “MDD83” Dellavecchio
$17,291.52

June 26
PA
Event #4: $600 Online Deepstack Championship
196
$105,840
Stephen “puttfordough” Jarrett
$26,978.68

July 3
PA
Event #5: $500 NLH Deepstack
171
$76,950
Jonas “Walfredo” Wexler
$19,614.62

July 10
PA
Event #6: $1,000 NLH Online Bracelet Championship
122
$109,800
Alex “Schwibbs1” Schwint
$27,054.72

July 16
PA
Event #7: $777 NLH Lucky 7’s
115
$80,500
Peter “nosmal” Williamson
$20,519.45

July 17
PA
Event #8: $500 NLH Summer Saver
200
$90,000
Ryan “gravisty3155” Messick
$24,300

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