Lena900 did it again! The Swedish online poker superstar once again left the competition no chance and won 2023 WCOOP 38-H for a staggering $113,569.71.
MTT Report Featured Poker Tournaments
- WCOOP 38-H: $5,200 NHLE PKO Sunday Cooldown at PokerStars
- WSOP High Rollers: $2,500 Sunday Heater at GGNetwork
- XL Autumn Series Event #3 High Roller Opening at 888poker
Lena900 did it again!
The 2023 World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) is the absolute tournament highlight of the year at PokerStars.
Absolute highlight in the last days was Event 38-H, a $5,200 NHLE PKO. It generated a large field of 81 players to absolutely smash the $275K guarantee by more than 47%!
There was a staggering $405,000 in the prize pool with a whopping $113,569.71 up top.
Due to the high buy-in, it was no surprise that we saw one of the toughest final tables in recent times including online legends €urop€an, bencb789, WATnlos, MissOracle, theNERDguy and Lena900.
The latter two were heads-up for the bracelet and once again nobody was able to stop Lena900, who added another WCOOP bracelet and a large $113,569.71 to his incredible results.
spaise411 takes down $2,500 Sunday Heater HR Bounty Turbo for $35K
With the 2023 WSOP Online, GGNetwork currently also offers a fantastic online tournament series for their players.
One of the biggest prized events on Sunday was the WSOP High Rollers: $2,500 Sunday Heater HR Bounty Turbo.
66 entries were just enough to exceed the $150,000 Guarantee. 8 places were paid and the first one to reach the money was Russian pro Andrey Kotelnikov.
The best among the big names was Portuguese online tournament legend Rui “RuiNF” Ferreira, who finished in 4th place for $18,690.95.
The biggest payday went to online regular “spaise411”, who defeated Eduardo Pires heads-up for the title.
Luis_Dtox from Brazil wins another major title at 888poker
And there is a third big online tournament series running with the 888poker XL Autumn series.
The biggest prized event on Day 1 was the $35,000 GTD High Roller Opening.
89 players boosted the prize pool by 22%. There was a whopping $44,500 in the prize pool and $12,259.75 up top.
The first place prize and trophy went to Malta in the form of “Kabosub69”, who beat “Raise1In.” from Lithuanian one on one.