Canadian tournament legend Ben Wilinofsky has won WSOP Online Event #41 for $244K and there is already $26,196,250 in the prize pool at the 2023 WSOP Main Event with one starting day left to play!
MTT Report Featured Poker Tournaments
- $25,000,000 GTD 2023 WSOP Online Main Event at GGNetwork
- 2023 WSOP Online Event #31: $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller at GGNetwork
- XL Autumn Series Event #31 $40,000 GTD High Roller at 888poker
Already $26,196,250 in the prize pool at the 2023 WSOP Online Main Event, new record likely
The absolute highlight of the 2023 WSOP Online is of course the Main Event with a massive guaranteed prize pool of $25,000,000.
The tournament is already a huge success as the $25M guarantee has already been cracked with one starting day left to play.
With WSOP Bracelet winner Christopher Frank and Gergely Kulcsár there are two top pros in the Top 3.
There is already $26,196,250 in the prize pool with one more flight to come.
So the big question is will there be a new record? The old one stands at $27,559,500, which means there is a high chance that it will be the biggest prized WSOP Online Main Event ever.
Ben Wilinofsky wins 2023 WSOP Online Event #31 for $243,934.16
The second highlight at the 2023 WSOP Online in the last days was Event #31, a $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller.
A whopping 228 entries generated a huge $1,o83,000 with a staggering $243,934.16 up top.
It was Canadian poker tournament legend Ben “NeverScaredB” Wilinosfky, who prevailed on a tough final table including the likes of Sam Greenwood, Yuri “theNERDguy” Dzivielevski, Renan Bruschi and Joao “IneedMassari” Simao.
Ben Wilifnofsyk defeated the later heads-up to take home the bracelet together with the huge $244k first place prize.
Luis_Dtox from Brazil wins another major title at 888poker
Another big name that took home a prestigious trophy was Paul Newey aka “topdoll827” online.
Newey shipped 888poker XL Autumn Series Event #31 for a whopping $11,020.
The tournament had 78 runners, which was not enough to cover the large $40,000 guarantee and there was a small overlay.
Paul Newey beat “frittsson47” from Sweden to take home the prestigious title together with a nice score.