Two weeks ago “Limitless” chopped the $25k Super MILLION$ Week Super High Roller with Mikita Badziakouski for more than $300k, just to top this score last night by taking down GG Online Championship Event #19 for a whopping $348,027.
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- GG Online Championship Event #19-H: “5,500 Sunday Million SHR at GGNetwork
- GG Online Championship Event #14-H: Bounty Hunters SHR at GGNetwork
- SCOOP-07-H: $1,050 NHLE Sunday Cooldown at PokerStars
Mikita Badziakouski and limitless chop Super MILLION$ Week SHR for over $300,000 each
Biggest prized online tournament of last week was the GG Online Championship SHR, which had a huge buy-in of $25,500.
56 of the top high stakes players signed up and created a staggering $1,400,000 prize pool and once again it was Wiktor “limitless” Malinowski, who came out on top by chopping with Brazilian online crusher Pedro “pvigar” Garagnani for $350K each.
Seven places were paid with a not so mini $71,874 min-cash. Samuel “€urop€an” Vousden was the man of last week’s Sunday Grind with two major victories and a third place for a total of $620,000.
This time Vousden didn’t have Lady Luck on his side though as he was the last player, who had to leave the tournament empty-handed, while Ike Haxton secured the min-cash.
Other big names, who made the money were Mikita Badziakouski, Thomas Mühlöcker and Aleks Ponakovs.
Although “Limitless” was declared winner it was actually Brazilian wizard Pedro Garagnani, who took home the biggest cheque worth a staggering $358,957.42.
Sung Joo Hyun ships GG Online Championship Event #14 for $193,554
Rising Korean pokerstar Sung Joo Hyun had his breakout year in 2021, where he recorded an impressive 25 cashes and won three big live tournaments.
Hyun also won the GGPoker Super MILLION$ as well as a WSOP Online Bracelet in 2020 and now he continues to crush online by adding a GG Online Championship title for a whopping $193.554,19.
Sung Joo Hyun beat a 179-player-field and prevailed on a tough final table, which included online tournament god Niklas “Lena900” Astedt, Guillaume Nolet, Bruno Volkmann and Krasimir Yankov.
The latter even made it to heads-up play, but there he lost to Sung Joo Hyun, who added another massive score to his stunning results.
“FishOnHeater” defeats Christoph Vogelsang in SCOOP Event 7-H
SCOOP-07-H, a $1,050 NHLE PKO boasted the biggest guarantee last night worth $300,000. It was easily exceeded by 14% and there was $342k in the prize pool and $69K up top.
Former WSOP Main Event Champion Martin “MnosbocaJ” Jacobson and online crusher Aleks “APonakov” Ponakovs busted shortly before the final table in 12th and 13th place.
Biggest names on the FT was PokerStars pro Benjamin “Spraggy” Spragg, who finished in 8th place and German high roller Christoph “26071985” Vogelsang, who continues to crush poker tournaments.
Vogelsang once again reached heads-up play, but it was the day of Hungarian online grinder “FishOnHeater”, who took down his first SCOOP title for $68.629,63.
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