Thomas Mühlöcker continues to crush online tournaments with a major victory and Runner-Up finish for more than $340,000, while the two WSOPC Spring Online Circuit Events were one by “TheHumbleGodess” from Brazil and “moskal” from Ukraine.
MTT Report Featured Poker Tournaments
- $25,500 WSOPC Sunday Super HR at GGNetwork
- KO Week Event #74: $1,050 Sunday HR SE at PokerStars
- WSOPC Spring Online Event #5: $315 Bounty GIANT NHLE at GGNetwork
- WSOPC Spring Online Event #7: $50 MILLION$ Mini Main Event, $1M GTD at GGNetwork
Thomas Mühlöcker wins the WSOPC Sunday Super HR for $300,254
The WSOP Spring Circuit is the current highlight series in the online tournament world. Last huge prize pools and two WSOPC titles were up for grabs.
The biggest prized tournament was the $25,500 WSOPC Sunday Super HR. 33 elite tournament players generated a huge $825,000 prize pool with more than $300k up top.
Only four places were paid, but a whopping min-cash of $126,616 was waiting. It was secured by Elio Fox, while Russian online phenomenon Artur Martirosian became the bubble boy.
After Russian online grinder “Spaise411” busted in 3rd place for $168,845, a very interesting heads-up match between the two tournament crushers Anatoly “NL_Profit” Filatov and Thomas “WushuTM” Mühlöcker was set.
Although Filatov is a heads-up specialist, Thomas Mühlöcker managed to overcome the mismatch and added another major title to his very impressive results.
Thomas Mühlöcker makes it to heads-up again, loses to Brazil’s Eder Campana
And Thomas Mühlöcker, who plays under the nick name “WushuTM” at PokerStars was not done yet. In KO Week Event #74, a Sunday HR Special Edition, he again made it to heads-up play.
There he faced Brazilian pro Eder Campana aka “BlueMoon” on GGNetwork and this time Mühlöcker had to settle for second place.
Still an absolutely incredible performance by the Austrian, who cashed for more than $340,000 in those two tournaments alone!
Eder Campana was rewarded with a major victory and landed a huge $71,182 score.
Other notables, who had deep runs, but busted shortly before the final table were Marius “DEX888” Gierse and Gavin “gavz101” Cochrane.
“moskal” from Ukraine ships WSOPC Event #5 for $107,304
There were also two titles at the 2022 WSOP Spring Circuit up for grabs with the first one being WSOPC Event #5, a $315 Bounty GIANT No-Limit Hold’em.
It was a 2-Day event, which attracted a whopping 2,597 players that generated a massive $779,100 prize pool.
Biggest name on the final table was Taiwanese pro Chin-Wei Chien aka “davidchien88”, who won an event at the 2021 WSOP Spring Circuit for 180k. This time he was eliminated in 7th place for $8,282.
The rest of the seats at the FT were taken by online grinders. The heads-up was a Ukrainian-Belarusian affair with “moskal” from Ukraine coming out on top to land a career-high score of $107,304.
“TheHumbleGodess” from Brazil takes down WSOPC Event #7 for $106,308.30
WSOPC Event #7, the $50 MILLION$ Main Event was eagerly-awaited by tournament players around the world as it was one of the best value events on the entire schedule.
For a tiny buy-in of only $50, you had the unique chance to play for a massive guarantee of $1,000,000. And there was even more in the prize pool in the end as an incredible 29,452 entries smashed the guarantee by more than 35%!
A $1,354,792 prize pool and the opportunity to turn a small $50 investment into six-figures is rare in tournament poker and so it was no surprise that the masses rushed to the virtual felt.
Due to the small buy-in and massive field the final table was full of online grinders. Incredible showing by the Brazilians, who brought five players to the final table.
One of them, playing under the nick name “TheHumbleGodess” not only made it to heads-up, but ended up winning the whole think for a staggering $106,308.30, while “iamvakavaka” from Taiwan still collected $79,781.55 for his Runner-up finish.
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