His second victory came in Event #52, a $1000 buy-in NLH, that saw over 2000 entries to build a prize pool of nearly $2 million.
The Canadian player won $285k in prize money battling it out with India’s Kunal “Alex_52” Bhatia.
Stasiak captured his first WSOP bracelet last month on July 27 when he took down the Event #33, an $1111 buy-in Every 1 for Covid Relief event for a nice $343,203 payday.
With his second win, he may perhaps be the only player in WSOP history to win two online bracelets.
Stasiak not only won the bracelet along with the top prize but also won a WSOP Europe Package worth $15,000.