Christoph Vogelsang has been crushing poker tournaments for years and now he added another major title in the Titans Event, PokerStars new signature tournament for $94,468.43.
MTT Report Featured Poker Tournaments
- $5,200 Titans Event at PokerStars
- $1,000,000 GTD Bounty Hunters HR Main Event at GGNetwork
- $1,050 Sunday High Rollers Main Event Bounty Edition at GGNetwork
Christoph Vogelsang wins the PokerStars Titans Event for $94K
PokerStars has recently added a new flagship tournament called Titans Event. It has a large $5,200 buy-in and guarantees a whopping $350,000.
68 of the world’s best tournament players signed up last night and there was $350,000 in the prize pool with $94k up top.
Several big names made it through the elite field to the final table such as Christopher “lissi stinkt” Frank, Philippe “takechip” D’Auteuil, Talal “raidalot” Shakerchi, Diegio “Die Ventura” Ventura and last but not least Christoph “26071985” Vogelsang.
The latter also made it all the way to heads-up play, where he faced online high stakes regular Philippe “takechip” D’Auteuil.
Both of them are absolute heads-up specialists and crushers and so an epic battle emerged. When the dust settled, it was the German, who came out on top to add another major title to his outstanding poker career.
Colton Yamagishi takes down Bounty Hunters Main Event for $106K
Canadian pro has conquered the Bounty Hunters HR Main Event for a massive $106,038 score. Yamagishi bested a huge 2.160-player field, which created a remarkable prize pool of $1,080,000.
A couple of notables made it to the Grand Finale including Pasquale Gregorio, Venha Baiano, Justin Shin and Dwayne Sluis.
Heads-up for the trophy were Colton “AZNinFiltRat” Yamagishi and Italian pro Pasquale Gregorio. It turned out to be the day of the Canadian, who landed the significant final knockout to collect an incredible $61,437 in bounties alone.
Pasquale Gregorio’s Runner-Up finish was sweetened with a nice $61,299, while Yamagishi booked a career-high $106,,037.88 score.
“UmReiNoRiver” from Brazil ships Sunday High Rollers Main Event
The second highlight event at GGNetwork was the $1,050 Sunday High Rollers Main Event Bounty Edition, which attracted 616 players.
$616,000 was in the prize pool with a whopping $91236.34 first place prize. Big names, who had deep runs were WSOP Bracelet winner Eduardo Pires (3./$33,639.82) and Igor D’Ursel (4./$20,972.20).
While both pros made it to the top four, it were two online grinders, who ended up playing for the trophy. In the Brazilian-Chinese match, the South American came out on top and was rewarded with a huge $91,236.45 first place prize.
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