Jonathan Lessin of New Jersey Deletes 2020 WSOP Online Senior Event

New Jersey’s Jonathan Lessin Deletes WSOP Online 2020 Senior Event – out of the 50-year age requirement, 541 seniors will still be able to view their respected laptops and tablets to register for the $ 500 World Series of Poker Online 2020 event. After 179 repetitions, the total field size reached 720 entries, earning a total prize pool of $ 324,000.

After nearly 11 hours of play, New Jersey-based poker player Jonathan “SugarJ” Lessin came up with the title, $ 64,411 first place prize, and a career gold bracelet.

This is the second largest tournament score. In 2011, he won the Borgata Winter Open side event starting at $ 87,998.

Lessin made it to the final table as one of the biggest stacks visit, and took advantage of that momentum for head-up play. Despite starting with a 6: 1 deficit, he struggled to get back to victory.

Other notable figures who have succeeded in this tournament include Al ‘BigAl16’ Riccobono (9), Terry ‘mrterry007’ Fleischer (17), Scott ‘intheblack14’ Epstein (24), Jack ‘borgia92’ McClelland (40), Greg ‘FossilMan ‘Raymer (43), Phil’ Lumestackin ‘Hellmuth (67), Layne’ scoop87 ‘Flack (76), Kenna’ STAXS ‘James (85), Mitch’ paltexnj ‘Garshofsky (96), Tom’ suki1983 ‘McEvoy (97) , John ‘rainman3817’ Esposito (101), Perry ‘The_Baiter’ Friedman (103), Roland ‘prngls12’ Israelashvili (107), and Bernard ‘Dogger99’ Lee (108).