MTT Report Featured Poker Tournaments
- WSOP Online Event #55: HK$8,000 No Limit Hold’em Asia Championship at GG Network
- WSOP Online Event #56: $1,500 GGMasters WSOP Edition at GG Network
- WSOP Online Event #57: $150 GGMasters WSOP Edition at GG Network
- $25,500 WPT Super High Roller $750k GTD at partypoker
Luis Assuncao Garla wins 3rd Bracelet for Brazil in WSOP Event #55 No Limit Hold’em Asia Championship
The Brazilian online poker players continue to impress at this year’s WSOP Online. Last night Luis Assuncao Garla already shipped the third Bracelet for the country in WSOP 2020 Event #55: HK$8,000 NLHE Asia Championship for a whopping $461,709.
After almost 13 hours of play, Assuncao Garla topped a massive field of 3,247 entries after defeating Alexandros Theologis from Greece Heads-up to take home the HK$3,551,611 ($461,709) first prize.
Biggest names on the final table were Alan “TheCockroach” Schein (4./$167,237), Eduards “IlIlIlIliIIl” Kudrjavcevs (7./$60,576) and Vladas “Vladiator13” Tamasauskas (8./$43,180).
Final Result WSOP Event #55 HK$8,000 NLHE Asia Championship:
|Place||Winner||Country||Prize (HK$)||Prize (USD)|
|1||Luis “Xapilskinha” Assuncao Garla||Brazil||3,551,611 HKD||$461,709|
|2||Alexandros “THE Sheriff” Theologis||Greece||2,531,708 HKD||$329,122|
|3||Kunal “Alex_52” Bhatia||India||1,804,691 HKD||$234,610|
|4||Alan “TheCockroach” Schein||United States||1,286,442 HKD||$167,237|
|5||Wenhao “pwhwin” Peng||China||917,020 HKD||$119,213|
|6||Divanshu “d0rk21” Khurana||India||653,684 HKD||$84,979|
|7||Eduards “IlIlIlIliIIl” Kudrjavcevs||Latvia||465,967 HKD||$60,576|
|8||Vladas “Vladiator13” Tamasauskas||Lithuania||332,158 HKD||$43,180|
|9||Ignacio “Curandero” Moron||Spain||236,773 HKD||$30,780|
Seth Fischer Wins His First Bracelet in WSOP 2020 Event #56
WSOP 2020 Event #56 was a special WSOP High Roller edition of the GGMasters with a $1,500 buy-in. The tournament was a huge success as a staggering 2,153 entries created a gigantic $3,068,025 prize pool.
When the last card was dealt, it was US pro Seth Fisher, who lifted his first WSOP bracelet and secured the whopping $444,869 top prize.
Seth Fisher ‘s biggest live success also comes from the WSOP in 2008, where Seth Fisher finished Runner-Up in a $ 2,500 No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed and lost against Italian poker legend Dario Minieri.
Seth Fisher beat Russian wizard Arsenii Karmatckii Head-Up, who is an EPT Sochi Main Event Champion and $1,686,281 on live winnings.
Payouts WSOP 2020 Event #56:
|1||Seth “AbeFroman” Fischer||United States||$444,869*|
|2||Arsenii “kastaban” Karmatckii||Russia||$328,491|
|4||Michael “MrFabulous” Nugent||Canada||$169,821|
|5||Evaldas “Man14c” Aniulis||Lithuania||$122,102|
|6||Dominykas “MickeyMouse” Mikolaitis||Lithuania||$87,793|
|7||Lukas “VapeNation” Parednis||Lithuania||$63,124|
|8||Clement “Sea View” Tripodi||France||$45,386|
|9||Yonatan “malakasos” Basin||Israel||$32,633|
Anatoly Suvorov from Russia wins WSOP 2020 Event #57 for $183,526
It took more than 14.5 hours to crown a champion in WSOP 2020 Event #57: $150 GGMasters WSOP Edition.
When all was said and done, Anatoly Suvorov was the last man standing and celebrated the biggest success of his poker career.
In an epic heads-up battle with David “Duvidl18” Edelstein, he emerged victorious to win the first WSOP Bracelet for Russia.
It is by far the biggest success for Suvorov and the $183,526 even tops his entire lifetime live earnings of $178,947!
Roberto Romanello, Felipe Ramos and Twitch Poker streamer Michiel “Easterdamnz” Van Elsacker all had deep runs and busted just shy of the final table.
Payouts WSOP 2020 Event #57:
|1||Anatoly “Pohitrusha” Suvarov||Russian Federation||$183,526|
|2||David “Duvidl18” Edelstein||Chile||$127,872|
|3||Tom “Matrix1973” Hoseth||Norway||$89,098|
|4||Amine “Barbe-N0ire” Hamza||Dominica||$62,081|
|5||Jean-Francois “Jhope514” Alexandre||Canada||$43,256|
|6||Hector “mendekua” Caldero||Andorra||$30,140|
|7||Adam “4bbVirtuoso” Cader||Canada||$21,000|
|8||Andre “grohnaldo” Grohnert||Germany||$14,632|
|9||William “OveyGG” Overmire||Japan||$10,195|
Pascal Lefrancois ships WPT World Online Championships Super High Roller for $315,812.50
The WPT World Online Championships are picking up pace and are in full effect over at partypoker. Its biggest buy-in yesterday was the $25,500 WPT Super High Roller, $750k GTD.
30 players of the crème de la crème of the international poker tournament scene including Isaac Haxton, Michael Addamo, Mikita Badziakouski, Jake Schindler, Timothy Adams and WSOP MILLIONAIRE MAKER champ Daniel Dvoress created a $775,000 prize pool and competed for the staggering first place prize of $315,812.50.
Canadian high stakes regular Pascal Lefrancois added another big win by beating Jake Schindler Heads-Up for the title.
Pascal Lefrancois is an absolute beast online and already won two events at this year’s Poker Masters Online plus $5,265,276 at live tournaments.
Final Result WPT World Online Championships Super High Roller:
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