Watch Poker Pro David Peters Win $1.16M And A 4th WSOP Bracelet At A Stacked Final Table

Watch Poker Pro David Peters Win $1.16M And A 4th WSOP Bracelet At A Stacked Final Table


  • Poker pro David Peters just won his fourth WSOP bracelet after taking down the 2022 WSOP Event #2: $100,000 High Roller Bounty tournament
  • Peters came into the final table 2nd in chips but with a huge deficit and he had to navigate a STACKED collection of seasoned poker pros
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David Peters became the first poker pro to strike gold (bracelet) at the 2022 World Series of Poker on Thursday. He bested the stacked field in 2022 WSOP Event #2: $100,000 High Roller Bounty tourney, a tournament with a hundred thousand dollar buy-in, and took home a whopping $1,166,810 of the massive $3,300,500 prize pool for winning first place.

Peters has seen immense success in poker tournaments throughout his career. He has cashed for a reported $40,165,579 in live earnings. That puts him at 5th on the All-Time Money List, sandwiched between the legendary Erik Seidel in 6th and Stephen Chidwick in 4th.

In case you were curious, Daniel Negreanu ranks 3rd ($46.1M), Justin Bonomo 2nd ($57.1M), and Bryn Kenney is 1st with $52.2M in live earnings.

The 2022 WSOP Event #2: $100,000 High Roller Bounty was technically the second event of this year’s World Series of Poker. But the first WSOP event each year is always a Casino Employees No-Limit Hold ‘Em event so this was the first tournament open to the top pros and at $100K it’s tied for the second-highest buy-in this year.

There are two 2022 World Series of Poker events with $100K buy-ins and Event #50 which starts on June 23rd is a Super High Roller No-Limit Hold’em with a $250,000 buy-in.

Here’s a full replay of the final table via PokerGo. I’ve set the video to start at the final hand but you can scroll back and start from the beginning if you want to watch all the action.

WATCH: Poker Pro David Peters Win $1.16M And A 4th WSOP Bracelet At A Stacked Final Table

Here’s a shortened version of that video:

In addition to winning $1,166,810 for first place, David Peters won his 4th WSOP gold bracelet AND a lot of extra money on top of that! This 2022 WSOP Event #2: $100,000 High Roller Bounty was a ‘bounty’ tournament and each bounty was worth $25,000.

Peters picked up 11 bounties from the field of 46 players so he earned an extra $275,000 in prize money from bounties alone!

How Did The Event #2 $100,000 High Roller Bounty Final Table Shake Out?

Going into the final table, I was certain it was going to be a bloodbath and I fully expected Chance Kornuth to destroy the field. Kornuth led the final 5 with a chip lead of 14,265,000 chips. David Peters was second in chips with 8,920,000 followed by Ali Imsirovic with 1.81M chips, Dario Sammartino with 1.47M chips, and Koray Aldemir with 860K chips.

But David Peters was able to navigate the stacked final table to win his 4th WSOP gold bracelet. Here’s how the rest of the table finished:

1st: David Peters – $1,166,810
2nd: Chance Kornuth – $721,144
3rd: Dario Sammartino – $498,696
4th: Ali Imsirovic – $350,158
5th: Koray Aldemir – $249,693
6th: Mathew Steinberg – $180,872
7th: Phil Ivey – $133,127

Phil Ivey is back! Ivey holds 10 World Series of Poker gold bracelets and is one of the most feared high stakes players in the world. And he cashed for $133K after a long WSOP hiatus.

The last time Phil Ivey cashed at a World Series of Poker event was $124,410 for 8th place in the 2019 $50,000 Poker Players Championship (Event #58). So it’s been a LONG TIME since poker fans have seen Ivey in action like this.

Be sure to check back here at BroBible periodically throughout the next month and a half for regular updates on the 2022 World Series of Poker.