Emil Bise Becomes Winner of 2021 WSOP Mini Main Event
Emil Bise has reportedly emerged as the winner of the 2021 World Series of Poker Europe €1,350 buy-in no-limit Hold’em mini main event.
The event, part of one of the biggest poker tournaments worldwide, witnessed over 1,397 entries and a final prize pool of €1,592,580 ($1,802,801 USD), surpassing the €600,0000 benchmark.
After days and hours of thrilling action, Emil Base won first place, the gold bracelet, and a record prize of €250,175 ($282,698).
The prize surpassed all tournament scores that Bise had ever won in WSOP tournaments. Closest to it was the $213,500 he earned as the winner of the main event of the 2018 WSOP International Circuit held at King’s Resort in the Czech Republic.
With the latest prize in the bag, Bise has now won over $580,000 of WSOP money.
The final day of the event started with nine players at the table. The number of players was soon reduced to eight when Omid Kamala Novin hit the rail. He was soon followed by Pablo Finni, who finished 8th. Saliba was knocked out by Rol Van Brug, who also eliminated Ciro Perna from the tournament, leaving the number of players at 5.
2018 WSOP Europe main event champion and 2017 WSOP main event eighth-place finisher Jack Sinclair finished in the fifth position while Alessandro Pichierri finished fourth with USD 93,390 in prize money.
Rolf van Brug ended his deep-run in the third place when his 109 faced the pocket eights of Gicovanu and lost.
Bise and Gicovanu were the final two and played for several minutes before Bise held the K9, which improved to a full house with a JJ97J runout. Gicovanu was knocked out and won earned $174,710 as the runner-up.