Artur Martirosian is a feared name at the online poker tables and he once again showed why by taking down 2023 WSOP Online Event #26 Heads Up NHL Championship for $426,697.54.
MTT Report Featured Poker Tournaments
- 2023 WSOP Online Event #26 $10,000 Heads Up Championship at GGNetwork
- 2023 WSOP Online Event #20 $1,000 Double Chance NHL at GGNetwork
- XL Autumn Series Event #16 $40,000 HR Turbo Deep at 888poker
Artur Martirosian wins 2023 WSOP Online Heads Up NLH Championship for $427K
The $10,000 Heads Up NHL Championship is one of the toughest and therefore most prestigious tournaments of the 2023 WSOP Online.
The event was a big success with 127 players creating a massive $1,231,900 prize pool with a whopping $426,697.54 up top.
Two online crushers made it to the semi-finals with Artur Martirosian and Leon Sturm.
While Sturm lost his semi-final, Martirosian defeated “Akulima” to face Austrian player Petr Knopp for the bracelet.
The Austrian was not able to stop the Russian high stakes crack and Artur Martisorian won the 2023 WSOP Online Heads Up NLH Championship for $426,697.54.
Real Nickname from Norway wins WSOP Online Event #20
Another tournament of the 2023 WSOP Online that generated a huge prize pool was Event #20: $1,000 Double Chance.
A staggering 1,119 players signed up and there was $1,063,050 in the prize pool.
$145,522.95 was waiting for the winner and several big names made it under the final 11 including Christian “eisenhower1” Jeppsson, Yuri “theNERDguy” Dzivielevski, Andrey Kotelnikov and Vincente Delgado.
None of them made it to heads-up play though, where Real Nickname from Norway faced Hong Kong online reg Zemin Jiang.
The Norwegian had the better end for himself and took home his first WSOP Online Bracelet together with a career-high $145,522.95 score.
Luis_Dtox from Brazil wins another major title at 888poker
And there is another big online tournament series running at 888poker with the 2023 XL Autumn series.
Event #16, a High Roller Turbo Deep, was the biggest prized event of the last days with a $40,000 guarantee and $10K up top.
Lithuanian 888poker reg “Raise1In.” had another deep run, which ended in 3rd place for $4,700.
Heads-up for the title were “Svarazhits” from Montenegro and Pakistani player “cherrywine”.
The latter came out on top and secured the whopping $11,020 first place prize and the prestigious XL Autumn series high roller title.
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