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MTT Report – Rainer Kempe crushing the WSOPC at GGNetwork

German high stakes regular Rainer Kempe ran hot in his Sunday Grind at GGNetwork last night making three final tables cashing for a total of more than $115,000!

MTT Report Featured Poker Tournaments

  • $3,150 WSOPC High Rollers Blade Bounty King at GGNetwork
  • $2,500 WSOPC High Rollers Blade Prime at GGNetwork
  • $1,050 WSOPC High Rollers Main Event at GGNetwork
  • WSOPC Event #9, $315 Bounty Giant No-Limit Hold’em at GGNetwork

Rainer Kempe makes three final tables at the WSOPC

Rainer Kempe has been crushing high stakes tourneys for years and at the moment he is on a nice sunrun at the tournament highlight of December, the WSOP Winter Online Circuit Series (WSOPC) at GGNetwork.

Rainer Kempe Poker

Last night Kempe made an incredible three final tables! Rainer kicked things off with a ninth place in the $3,150 WSOPC Blade Bounty King for $12.991,42.

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Dutch online crusher Jans “Gratekkel” Arends, who took home a whopping $73.057,48.


Kempe then went on to top this great result by a mile by taking down the $2,500 WSOPC Blade Prime after making a deal heads-up with Kiwi online regular David “MissOracle” Yan for $66,797.04.


As if this would not be enough, Rainer Kempe added a third final table in the $1,050 WSOPC High Rollers Main Event, where he finished in 5th for $36,371,40. In total, Kempe cashed for more than $115,000 on GGPoker alone last night!

The $1,050 WSOPC High Rollers Main Event was won by Chinese pro Wei Zhao, who booked a massive $106,16,16 score.


Urmo Velvelt from Estonia ships WSOPC Event #9 for $115,036

The player, who made the biggest score in last night’s Sunday Grind was Estonian pro Urmo Velvelt. He left a huge field of 4,852 players behind him to secure the staggering $115,036 first place prize.

Urmo Velvelt

A massive $1,455,600 were in the prize pool and we saw a very international final table with the biggest names being Jerome “gorgiAAs” Finck, and Brian Green, who finished in 7th and 8th place.

Heads-Up Velvelt beat Brazilian player Dexman1 to take down the biggest score of his poker career.


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