Online grinder NeverFold from Vietnam has shipped the WSOPC MONSTER STACK for $85,765.81, while top pro Stephen Chidwick took down the most expensive poker tournament of the week for a massive $215,159.75.
MTT Report Featured Poker Tournaments
- WSOP Spring Circuit Event #10: $525 MONSTER STACK at GGNetwork
- $25,500 WSOPC Sunday ULTRA HR at GGNetwork
NeverFold Wins 2023 WSOP Spring Circuit Event #10, $525 MONSTER STACK
Absolute highlight in the online poker tournament scene is currently the WSOP Spring Circuit 2023 at GGNetwork.
Last night one of the highlights with Event 10, the $525 MONSTER STACK Bounty NLH was on the programme.
A whopping 1,876 players created a nice $938,000 prize pool, almost doubling the $500K guarantee and huge bounties.
Biggest name on the final table was Israeli pro Leonid Yanovich, who landed in 8th place for $13,464.57.
Due to the large starting field the bounty prize pool ended up being larger than the first place prize with $47,074.85 compared to $38,690.96.
And it were the two online grinders, NeverFold and Prosperous4, who battled it out for the huge bounty and the prestigious WSOP Ring.
NeverFold from Vietnam was the lucky winner, who defeated “Prosperous4” from Ukraine heads-up and landed a nice $85,765.81 score.
Stephen Chidwick defeats Artur Martirosian in the $25,500 Sunday ULTRA HR
The Sunday ULTRA HR with a huge buy-in of $25,500 was the most expensive online poker tournament of last week.
It produced an absolute elite field of 20 of the best poker tournament players in the world, which was just enough to cover the $500,000 guarantee.
Only three places were paid with a whopping min-cash of $120,993.19. The final table consisted of the crème de la crème in tournament poker such as Michael Addamo, Chris Brewer, Rui “RuiNF” Ferreira and Daniel “MissOracle Yan, who all failed to cash.
Players, who made the money, were online legends Arsenii “hello_totti” Malinov, Artur Martirosian and Stephen Chidwick. The latter two superstars ended up being heads-up for the title.
And he might be right as Chidwick defeated the Russian online star one on one to take home the massive $215,159.75 first place prize.