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MTT Report – Michael Addamo and Yuri “theNERDguy“ Martins win WSOPC Titles

The 2020 WSOP Main Event Heads-Up Final was not the only big tournament highlight last night as also highlight events at the WSOPC on GGNetwork and the Blowout Series at PokerStars took place, where online crushers Michael “imluckbox” Addamo and Yuri “theNerdGuy” Martins Dzivielevski both won major titles.

MTT Report Featured Poker Tournaments

  • WSOPC Event #15: $400 NEW YEAR COLOSSUS, $2.021M GTD at GGNetwork
  • WSOPC Event #14: $800 FIFTY STACK No-Limit Hold’em at GGNetwork
  • Blowout Series Event #25: $1,050 NLHE Sunday Warm-Up SE at PokerStars
  • $2,100 High Rollers Sunday PLO Main Event at GGNetwork

Michael Addamo ships $400 NEW YEAR COLOSSUS for $374,604

Michael Addamo seems unstoppable in both cash games and tournaments. Last night he added another major title to his incredible results by shipping the $400 NEW YEAR COLOSSUS, $2.021M GTD at the WSOP Winter Online Circuit Series (WSOPC) at GGNetwork.


Addamo outlasted a massive field consisting of 8,725 players to turn a small buy-in of only $400 into the staggering $374,604 first place prize.

Further notables on the final table were Tudor Lazar, Rui Sousa and Park Yu Cheung.

Michael Addamo has amassed an impressive $8,303,257 in life winnings including two WSOP Bracelets. He has also won millions in online tournaments and is among the biggest winners in the high stakes cash games at GGNetwork.

1Michael AddamoAustralia$374,604
2Tudor “hotsince93” LazarHungary$280,910
5Tenn “ViiolAwo” TontsEstonia$118,459
8Rui “OlliOctavius” SousaPortugal$49,954
9Sparrow “FacelessMan” CheungHong Kong$37,460

Online Wizard Yuri “theNERDguy” Martins Dzivielevski Wins WSOPC Event #14

Another player, who keeps on crushing the live and online streets, is Brazilian wizard Yuri “theNERDguy” Martins Dzivielevski.


After winning a title at last year’s WSOP and the 2020 WSOP Online, he now added a third World Series of Poker title in WSOPC Event #14: $800 FIFTY STACK No-Limit Hold’em.

Martins left a large field of 1,849 entries behind him to secure the whopping $178,236 score. It was a well-deserved victory as Dzivielevski dominated on a strong final table including Justin Park, Harry Carden Lodge, Rui Ferreira and Bela Toth.

PlaceNameCountryPrize (in USD)
1Yuri DzivielevskiBrazil$178,236
2Justin ParkUnited States$133,657
3Alex GreenblattBrazil$100,229
4Harry “Vulvasore” LodgeUnited Kingdom$75,161
5Rui FerreiraPortugal$56,363
6Andreas “Duckzzz” NasmanFinland$42,266
7Lavrentiy “888WTB02” NiKazakhstan$31,695
8Bela “Teemo2018” TothHungary$23,768