“Snakey” from Hong Kong has won the WSOPC Main Event for a staggering $664,725.71 by defeating US pro David Miscikowski heads-up. Further big names that won major titles are Christopher Frank and Ole Schemion.
MTT Report Featured Poker Tournaments
- $5,000,000 GTD WSOPC Main Event at GGNetwork
- $1,050 Sunday Supersonic at PokerStars
- $1,050 Sunday Warm-Up at PokerStars
“Snakey” ships the WSOPC Main Event for $664,725.71
The WSOPC Main Event with a massive $5,000,000 guarantee was the absolute highlight of last week’s online poker schedule.
The tournament was a massive success as it had an incredible 14,235 entries, which smashed the guarantee by more than 22%. In the end there was a whopping $7,117,500 in the prize pool!
Biggest names on the final table were Georgi Sandev from Bulgaria and WSOP Bracelet winner David Miscikowski.
While Sandev busted in 4th place for $280,311.31, Miscikowski went all the way to heads-up play as chip leader
There he faced Hong Kong grinder “Snakey”, who managed a great comeback and took down the biggest title of his poker career worth a staggering $664,726.
David Miscikowski still received a whopping $498,472 for his second place finish.
Christopher Frank takes down the Sunday Supersonic for $27,292
The Supersonic is one of the most popular Sunday Majors due to its fast and furious structure.
106 players signed up and boosted the $60,000 guarantee to $107,681.16 with $27k up top.
Online poker legends Simon “C.Darwin2” Mattson and Patrick “pads1161” Leonard busted just shy of the final table in 13th and 12th place.
Biggest names on the final table were Ramiro “ramastar88” Petrone, who recently won the partypoker MILLIONS Online, and Christopher “lissi stinkt” Frank.
And it came to the Clash of the Titans as both of them were heads-up for the title. This time the German online prodigy had the better end for him and took home the whopping 27.292,24 first place prize.
Ole Schemion defeats Lena900 in the Sunday Warm-up
Another German online poker legend, who won a Sunday Major is Ole “wizowizo” Schemion.
80 players created a $80,000 prize pool exceeding the $60k guarantee by 25%.
The last three players remaining were all big names of the online poker world with Niklas “Lena900” Astedt, Ole “wizowizo” Schemion and Andy “BowieEffect” Wilson.
The two former were heads-up for the title and even though Niklas Astedt seemed to be unstoppable lately, Ole Schemion came out on top to secure the $19,117.33 first prize.
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