MTT Report Featured Poker Tournaments
- Super High Roller Bowl Online $25,500 Super High Roller 8-Max at partypoker
- SCOOP 87-H: $530 NLHE at PokerStars
- $10,000 WSOPC High Roller at GG Network
- WPT Online Series Main Event at partypoker
Chris Hunichen beats Viktor Blom Heads-Up to take Super High Roller Bowl Online High Roller Title for $479.250!
Chris Hunichen is crushing online tournaments since many years and now he added a very prestigious title to his resume.
Chris Hunichen took down the $25,500 Super High Roller Bowl Online Super High Roller for an insane $479.250 score!
It was a very-well deserved victory as he beat with Viktor “Isildur1” Blom one of the best Heads-Up players in the world one on one. The 2-Day-Event had a total of 54 entries which pushed the prize pool to $1,350,000.
This is the second biggest online score of Hunichen’s long poker career, behind 3rd place in the 2018 SCOOP Main Event for $618,000.
Payouts $25,500 SHRB Super High Roller:
Dominik Nitsche adds another SCOOP Title worth $82,365
The Spring Poker Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) at Pokerstars was also extended for two more weeks due to great numbers in all events.
Dominik Nitsche was once again one of the big names to lift a SCOOP trophy on the weekend topping a 956-player field in SCOOP Event #87-H, a $530 NLHE.
Nitsche beat online reg “Geokarak” Heads-Up for the title and the whopping $82,365 first prize.
Dominik is not only 4th in the Germany All Time Money List with live winnings of $18,649,880, but also crushing it online since almost a decade now under his online nick “Bounatirou”.
Twitch Poker Streamer Michiel “Easterdamn” Van Elsacker finished in 4th place for $29,834.
Payouts SCOOP 87-H: $530 NLHE:
Juan “malakastyle” Pardo ships $10,000 WSOPC High Roller for 199K
Spanish online crusher Juan Pardo Dominguez aka “malakastyle” was at it again, this time in the WSOP Super Circuit Online Series at GG Network.
The biggest buy-in of the series saw a 84 player strong world class field and many big names such as Luuk “Bit2easy” Gieles, Daniel Dvoress and Michael Soyza.
The latter even made it to Heads-Up, where he was denied the title by Juan Pardo Dominguez, who added a massive $198,735.16 to his bankroll.
Payouts 10k WSOPC High Roller:
Christian Jeppsson wins first-ever WPT Online Championship for $923,786
Another online legend, who scored a huge cash last week was Swedish online poker legend Christian “eisenhower1” Jeppsson.
Jeppson is a former Number 1 in the PocketFives ranking, which is the inofficial world ranking of online poker.
The first ever World Poker Tour Online Championship was a huge success with 2,130 entries generating a massive $6,390,000 prize pool.
— World Poker Tour (@WPT) May 20, 2020
Other notables on the final table were Pascal “päffchen” Hartmann and Sam Greenwood, who finished in 6th and 7th place respectively.
Payouts WPT Online Championship:
|4||Nikolay Ponomarev||United Kingdom||$317,583|
|5||Alexander Clark||United Kingdom||$221,733|
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