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Niklas Astedt wins $348,250 in GGPoker WSOPC $10,000 heads-up
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The latest big winner in the GGPoker World Series of Poker Circuit series is Swedish poker sensation, Niklas Astedt. Taking down the $10,000-entry Heads-Up event, Astedt claimed the top prize of $348,250 by beating Mirza Muhovic in the final duel.Winning his first-ever WSOP Circuit Ring, Astedt put on a top performance and closed it out in style. The tournament, which had 94 entries and fell just short of its $1 million guarantee, saw some terrific players run deep, with players such as Wiktor Malinowski, George Wolff and Juan Pardo all making the quarter-finals.Astedt’s win is perhaps all the more remarkable for the sheer calibre of player he beat along the way. With Luke Reeves, Guillaume Nolet and Timothy Adams all going down to the Swede, Astedt enjoyed a semi-final victory against Malaysia’s Cooper Li set up a final showdown with Muhovic.In the semi-final in particular, Astedt had to pull out every trick in the book, with the match-up lasting 75 minutes. Astedt got off to a good start, but Li took down a bit pot with a straight and stole the lead. Li’s stack was hit, however, when Astedt hit a wheel straight to put himself 3:1 up in terms of stacks.The final hand saw Li commit all of his remaining chips with pocket threes on a seven-high board by the turn, but Astedt held pocket nines and made the call to progress to the final.Muhovic himself didn’t have it easy in the semi-final himself, with the Luxembourg-based player beating Canadian Ian Modder. Muhovic raced into an early lead, and never sacrificed it as he kept his foot to the floor for the rest of the contest. Modder eventually held a straight when he moved all-in with eight-six on a board showing 3-7-T-7-9, but Muhovic held jack-eight for a higher straight and that was all she wrote for the semi-finalists, both of them cashing for $99,500.In the final, Astedt took the lead, but Muhovic battled back and doubled up after rivering a nut flush. Again, Astedt ground himself into a lead, but saw it pegged back again when Muhovic doubled up with ace-jack against Astedt’s king-ten.An hour had passed, but it would be Astedt who won the day after calling Muhovic’s all-in. The Luxembourg player had moved all-in for just under 30 big blinds with ace-six, but Astedt held pocket tens and managed to fade an ace to move close to $6 million in tournament cashes on GGPoker.A legend online, Astedt is starting to hoover up major titles on GGPoker and now in the World Series of Poker. One of poker’s biggest stars could reign supreme in 2021.WSOPC #13: $10,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold’em Last Eight Results: Place Player Country Prize 1stNiklas Astedt Sweden $348,250 2nd Mirza Muhovic Luxembourg $199,000 3rdCooper Li Malaysia $99,500 4thIan Modder Canada $99,500 5thJuan Pardo Spain $62,188 6thGeorge Wolff United States $62,188 7th Oliver Weiss Germany $62,188 8thWiktor Malinowski Russia $62,188 
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Police Plasinitis GGPOCAR WSOPC เป็นผู้นำในตารางสุดท้ายของกิจกรรมหลัก
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การแข่งขันวงจรโป๊กเกอร์ GPPK World Series มีผู้เล่นถึงเก้าคนสุดท้ายแล้วและซูเปอร์สตาร์บางคนกำลังรอคอยที่จะสัมผัสกับเซอร์กิตริงที่มีชื่อเสียงและที่สำคัญกว่านั้นคือรางวัลสูงสุดที่ 1,236,361 ด้วย 6,395 รายการการซื้อและขาย 1,700 รายการถูกหยุดชะงักโดยผู้เล่นจำนวนมากและนั่นหมายความว่าการรับประกัน 10 10 ล้านครั้งเกินจำนวนรวมล่วงหน้า 10 10,327,925 ด้วยผู้เล่น 700 คนที่จ่ายเงินวันที่ 2 เริ่มต้นด้วยผู้เล่น 1,112 คนซึ่งหมายความว่าฟองสบู่ยังไม่แตกและคาดว่าเกมจะชะลอตัวลงเล็กน้อย ในขณะที่เที่ยวบิน Turbo Day 1 สองเที่ยวสุดท้ายวิ่งจากวันที่ 2 เป็นวันที่ 2 ส่วนที่เหลือจะดำเนินการอย่างรวดเร็วด้วยการผลิตครึ่งหน้าอก 100 ชิ้นในแต่ละโต๊ะ มีชื่อใหญ่ ๆ วิ่งอยู่ใกล้ ๆ Christian Rudolph, Juan Pardo, Kenny Hallert, David Yan, GGPOC Ambassador Felipe Ramos และ Feder Holz เสียเงินทั้งหมด ผู้เล่นทำเงินแทนเงิน Bruno Botian, Bertrand ‘Alki’ Grospelier, Mohsin Charania, Jack Salter, Noah Boken, Mark Radoza, Lorianas Levincas และอดีตผู้ชนะ WSOP Main Event Ryan Reyes ต่างทำเงิน แต่ล้มเหลวในการจบธุรกิจการแข่งขัน ภายใน 10 สถานที่แรกเกมดังกล่าวมีเรื่องราวที่โชคดีมากขึ้นสำหรับชื่อใหญ่ ๆ รวมถึง Niklas Estate Busting ผู้ชนะ GPGOkar WSOPC และเขาได้เข้าร่วมรถไฟโดยผู้เล่นเช่น Ronnie Kaiser, Michael Admo และ Mike Cervats วัตสันจะชื่อสาม ถึงกระนั้นคนอื่น ๆ เช่น Danny Tang, Simon Mattson และ Philip de O'Toole ก็จากไปและคราวนี้ผู้ชนะสร้อยข้อมือ WSOP ก็เริ่มเติบโตอย่างแท้จริง โจเซฟเชียงนั่งที่ด้านบนสุดของลีดเดอร์บอร์ดและเริ่มวัดคุณภาพ ในปี 2010 โจเซฟเชียงแพ้เอซ -5--5 หลังจากที่ชิปทั้งหมดเข้าสู่จุดศูนย์กลางพร้อมกับมือยักษ์ในเวิลด์ซีรีส์โป๊กเกอร์ 6-in-flop แชยองสามารถอยู่บนกระดานผู้นำในช่วงสายของวันนี้และจะเข้าสู่รอบชิงชนะเลิศด้วยชิปขนาดใหญ่ 63. blind 63 ชิปที่มีคนตาบอดล้านชิป ผู้เล่นเพียงสองคนเท่านั้นที่มีชิปมากกว่าชอง การเป็นผู้นำในรอบชิงชนะเลิศของผู้นำชิป ได้แก่ Plasinitis ตำรวจลิทัวเนียจากมาเก๊า (76 ล้านคน / Big Big Blinds) และ Artem Prostek อันดับสองของเบลารุส (ล้าน 54 ล้าน / big 68 big blinds) กองของ Cheong. นี่เป็นเพียงสามผู้เล่นตัวใหญ่ที่มั่นใจว่าจะเป็นตารางสุดท้ายที่ซ้อนในวันเสาร์ที่ 1 มกราคม Johnny Joachiminen โปรโป๊กเกอร์ชาวฟินแลนด์เข้าสู่การต่อสู้ด้วยชิปเพียง 13.8 ล้านชิป (17 แท่งขนาดใหญ่) แต่ไม่มีอะไรจะเสียจากการโจมตี Alexandru Papazian ชาวโรมาเนียมีชิป 2.1.1 ล้านชิป (big1 Big Blinds) และนี่จะเป็นอีกหนึ่งภัยคุกคามใหญ่ต่อผู้เล่นบนโต๊ะในแง่ของชิป การดำเนินการจะยอดเยี่ยมด้วยเวลาเริ่มเตะเมื่อการแข่งขันรอบชิงชนะเลิศจะมีขึ้นในวันที่ 16 มกราคม (วันเสาร์ที่จะถึงนี้) เวลา 18.30 น. ตามเวลา UTC และ GPPKer ถ่ายทอดสดถ่ายทอดความล่าช้าในช่อง Twitch สแต็คโดยเฉลี่ยอยู่ที่ 44 บลายด์มีผู้เล่นเพียงสี่คนดังนั้นควรปรับให้เข้ากับการเตะที่คุณต้องการเพราะคนที่อยู่ต่ำกว่าเส้นต้องเคลื่อนไหว - และรวดเร็ว GGPOCAR WSOPC Main Event Final Table Chipconts: PositionPlayerCountrieship Big Blinds 1 Polysinitis Lithuania 76,004,22495 2 Artem Prostek Belarus 54,179,29168 4jated likeboy'China47,269,12 Israel20,263,05825 8 Johnny Jockeymanin12111291122 บน 1388,121 จอห์นนี่
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Justin Bonomo Wins First GGPoker Super MILLION$ Title, $430K
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This week, Justin Bonomo added a Super MILLION$ title to his poker resume. (photo courtesy: Poker Central) High-stakes tournament heavyweight and former All-Time Money List leader Justin Bonomo emerged from the middle of the final table chip counts in the 35th edition of the $10K GGPoker Super MILLION$ to capture the $430,646 first-place prize and add yet another title to his incredibly long list of poker accomplishments. Prior to this week, Bonomo has cashed in four of his 15 Super MILLION$ appearances for $316,653 including a final table in November 2020 where he earned $221,477 in a third-place finish. Bonomo is, of course, no stranger to playing against elite competition and this week was just another chance for him to test himself against some of the toughest players in the game. Russian crusher Artur Martirosian, former #1-ranked Niklas Astedt, New Zealand’s David Yan, and, making back-to-back final table appearances, Nick Petrangelo all had a seat in this week’s final nine. Astedt, at his ninth Super MILLION$ final table, started the day on the short stack. After roughly 40 minutes of play, his stack had dwindled to fewer than five big blinds. When Petrangelo opened with , Astedt moved all-in with . Action folded back to Petrangelo who made the call. The board ran out giving Petrangelo top-two and eliminating Astedt in ninth for $53,831, an amount good enough to propel him back above Michael Addamo as the current All-Time Super MILLION$ money leader. Shortly after, on the button, ‘Face-O’ moved all-in for his final 12 big blinds with . From the small blind, ‘OscarBrown’ made the call holding and the flop fell keeping the pocket tens in the lead. The turn came the giving ‘OscarBrown’ additional flush outs to go with his two overs. The river was the bringing in the runner-runner backdoor flush for ‘OscarBrown’ and sending ‘Face-O] home in eighth place for $69,810. With seven left, satellite winner ‘DaanOss’ raised four of his final five big blinds with . ‘OscarBrown’ moved in over the top with for just a little more. Then, from the big blind, Bonomo called the all-in holding . ‘DaanOss’ then committed the last of his chips and the trio saw the flop run out . The on the turn gave ‘OscarBrown’ top pair and the sealed the deal. ‘OscarBrown’ nearly tripled up while ‘DaanOss’ exited in seventh for $90,532. After the second break, David Yan opened with the and from the small blind the chip leading ‘RRomashka’ made the call with . From the big blind Petrangelo three-bet shoved his 22 big blind stack with . Yan, with not much left, made the call and ‘RRomashka’ folded. The gave Yan some additional straight and backdoor flush outs. But the [ turn and river were of no help and Yan left in sixth place for $117,406. Three hands later it was Martirosian at risk. Folded to Bonomo in the small blind, he shipped with into Martirosian’s ten big blind stack. With , Martirosian made the call with his tournament on the line. Bonomo hit his kicker on the flop and the pair held through the turn and river. Martirosian added another $153,256 to his $1.245 million Super MILLION$ earnings for his fifth-place finish. On the button with four players left, ‘OscarBrown’ raised holding the . Still holding the chip lead, ‘RRomashka’ made the call with the . The flop provided plenty of action with both holding top pair and a flush draw. ‘RRomashka’ checked, ‘OscarBrown’ bet, ‘RRomashka’ shipped all-in, and ‘OscarBrown’ quickly called with his dominating hand. But that changed when the hit the turn, giving ‘RRomashka’ two pair and leaving ‘OscarBrown’ looking for help. The river was the brick and in their first cash in a Super MILLION$, ‘OscarBrown’ finished in fourth place for $197,452. Three-handed, Bonomo and ‘RRomashka’s stacks evened out leaving Petrangelo as the short stack. Bonomo raised on the button with , ‘RRomashka’ called with the [qs, and Petrangelo moved all in for his final sixteen big blinds with . Bonomo shoved, ‘RRomashka’ folded, and the board ran out eliminating Petrangelo in third place for the second week in a row. Petrangelo took home $256,064 this week for a two-week total of $508,521. Bonomo entered heads-up play with a four-to-one chip lead and never let it go against the aggressive ‘RRomashka’. In the final hand of the tournament, Bonomo limped the button with and ‘RRomashka’ checked their option with . The flop flop came . ‘RRomashka’ checked to Bonomo who put out a small bet. ‘RRomashka’ check-raised and with middle pair, Bonomo made the call. The turn gave Bonomo trips but it was ‘RRomashka’ who led pot. Bonomo flatted and the hit the river. ‘RRomashka’ fired the third bullet, shipping his stack with king-high only to be immediately called by Bonomo. ‘RRomashka’ started the day as the chip leader and ended it as the runner-up earning $332,073. Super MILLION$ Final Table Results (2/9) 1. Justin Bonomo – $430,6462. ‘RRomashka’ – $332,0733. Nick Petrangelo – $256,0644. ‘OscarBrown’ – $197,4525. Artur Martirosian – $152,2566. David Yan – $117,4067. ‘DaanOss’ – $90,5328. ‘Face-O’ – $69,8109. Niklas Astdet – $53,831
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Bonomo, Petrangelo and Yan all chase Super MILLION$ victory
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The 35th GGPoker Super MILLION$ will see some of the best poker players in the world gather to battle it out for the latest title of winner and over $430,000 as a top prize.The weekly tournament on GGPoker, which costs $10,300 to enter, features some terrific talent this week, including Justin Bonomo, Nic Petrangelo and David Yan… but who is chip leader heading into the final ? Read on and find out.It is the Russian player ‘RRomashka’ who goes into play with the chip lead, and it’s a big one too. With 5.2 million chips, the Russian will be hopeful of winning the Super MILLION$ after some consistent performances in the event in recent weeks.With 213 entries this week, it is American high roller and Upswing Poker coach Nick Petrangelo who will kick off second in chips. He’s a considerable distance behind, however, starting the final with only 3.6 million chips. Petrangelo is marginally ahead of another Russian heading into play, with Artur Martirosian, one of the players of 2020, beginning with 3.2 million.Behind the current podium places, plenty of big names lie in wait, not least among them the next-closest player, Justin Bonomo. The second most successful live poker tournament player of all-time starts with just under 2.3 million.Elsewhere in the field, David Yan from New Zealand is a little lower than most with a shade over a million chips, with Super MILLION$ regular Niklas Astedt bringing up the rear on 815,508 chips.Here are the odds going into the final:As you can see, it’s Artur Martirosian (at odds of 4.6) who the public are fully behind, with $13,953 and 109 bettors behind the Russian, though Nick Petrangelo (4.5) has seen over $11k invested on his behalf.In the middle of the field, Justin Bonomo (7) has enjoyed $7,328 of investment, while David Yan (14.5) has plenty of takers to the tune of $4,992.With a massive $430,646 up top, there’s going to be plenty of competition to take the latest Super MILLION$ title, with just $53,830 going to the player who busts first.GGPoker Super MILLION$ February 9th Final Table Chipcounts:PlacePlayerCountryChips1st‘RRomashka’Russia5,253,1312ndNick PetrangeloU.S.A.3,697,0143rdArtur MartirosianRussia3,222,6294thJustin BonomoU.S.A.2,298,4545th‘Oscarbrown’Monaco2,162,7536th‘Face-O’Mexico1,829,2887thDavid YanNew Zealand1,049,6658th‘DaanOss’Austria971,5589thNiklas AstedtSweden815,508You can watch all the action as it happens or later at your convenience on the GGPoker YouTube channel right here:
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Alexandros Kolonias leads latest Super MILLION$ final table
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Greek player Alexandros Kolonias will go into tonight’s GGPoker Super MILLION$ final table with the chip lead after his 24th entry into the weekly $10,300 buy-in event saw him reach his first final table. Kolonias is an entertaining player and should be good value for a thrilling finale if his previous play at the felt is anything to go by. Don’t believe us? Check out this hand from the 2019 MILLIONS North America Main Event when he lost out to Kevin Rabichow to eventually bust in 4th place for a score of $275,770. Going into the Super MILLION$ final table with the chip lead hasn’t been a precursor to that much success in recent weeks, but that won’t put on Kolonias, who with 4,179,268 chips is just a little way clear of… yes, you’ve guessed it – Kevin Rabichow! The Run it Once coach has 3,987,317 chips and is followed in the chipcounts by Carlos Villamarin (3,861,580).With his entry into the event coming from a $1,000-entry satellite, Rabichow is sure to be a major threat and his ROI is already guaranteed to be higher than most for a start. Elsewhere, Gleb Tremzin from Russia is probably the envy of the chip leader as he’s made the final table at just his third attempt at playing the Super MILLION$. Not only that, but with 10% of his entry sold to buyers on the GGPoker staking platform, it’s sure to be an entertaining stream watching the Russian in action.Some other big names at the final table will be desperate to impress. Spain’s Juan Pardo Dominguez has already made two Super MILLION$ final tables, but will be going for the win with 1,705,548 chips, good enough for 6th of the nine finalists coming into play.One of the most dangerous players at the final table will be Finnish player Sam Vousden, that is if he can spin up his 1.1 million chips quickly. With over $2 million in online winnings on GGPoker alone, he’ll be one to watch if he can get some momentum going.With the short stack at the final table the phenomenally popular Australian Michael Addamo, who has 13 big blinds and the chance to make his ever-present appearance in the 31st and latest Super MILLION$ tournament another successful one.With $438,733 on offer for the winner and just $54,841 on offer to the player who finishes in ninth place, it’s sure to be a great watch.GGPoker Super MILLION$ Final Table January 12th Chipcounts:Place Player Country Chips 1st Alex Kolonias Greece4,179,268 2nd Kevin Rabichow U.S.A. 3,987,317 3rdCarlos Villamarin U.S.A. 3,861,580 4th Gleb Tremzin Russia 2,553,738 5th ‘Pluto The Doggo’ Ireland 2,523,679 6thJuan Pardo Dominguez Spain 1,705,548 7thSamuel Vousden Finland 1,128,648 8th‘imjuniar’ Canada 982,200 9th Michael Addamo Australia 778,022 You can follow all the action right here from 7pm CET as it plays out:
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Alexandros Kolonias wins Super MILLION$ title for $438,733
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The latest Super MILLION$ title has been won by Greek player Alexandros Kolonias, who hoovered up the $438,733 top prize after beating Carlos Villamarin heads-up to claim the victory.Before the final table kicked off, plenty of money was wagered on the nine players assembled around the table, with some of the superstars in action backed to the tune of thousands of dollars despite going into play short-handed.Here are the chipcounts heading into play: Place Player Country Chips 1st Alex Kolonias Greece4,179,268 2ndKevin Rabichow U.S.A. 3,987,317 3rd Carlos Villamarin U.S.A. 3,861,580 4thGleb Tremzin Russia 2,553,738 5th‘Pluto The Doggo’ Ireland 2,523,679 6thJuan Pardo Dominguez Spain 1,705,548 7thSamuel Vousden Finland 1,128,648 8th‘imjuniar’ Canada 982,200 9thMichael Addamo Australia 778,022 As you can see below, the sportsbets wagered on the game weren’t going with either form or placement in those chipcounts.The action kicked off at a slow pace, with no bust-outs for an hour, but that dry run in terms of eliminations was bound to come to an end sooner or later and it was the heavily-backed Finn Samuel Vousden who was first to lose his seat.Vousden moved all-in for just under four big blinds with an off-suit king-queen, which only called the bet of Gleb Tremzin with pocket fives. No drama on flop, turn and river reduced the field to eight and for another hour, that was the only bust-out, seriously reducing the average stack from standard to shallow. By that stage, Gleb Tremzin only had a little over half a million chips left and they all went in on a K-7-7 flop with the Russian holding pocket eights. Unfortunately for him, Canadian ‘imjuniar’ had jack-seven and had flopped trips, which improved to a full house by the river to win the hand.Just a few hands later, Irish player ‘Pluto The Doggo’ was on the virtual rail, too, his last 16 big blinds going in over the top of a standard open from Carlos Villamarin with ace-deuce, only for Villamarin to call with pocket queens which held. It took some time, but six became five when ‘imjuniar’ moved all-in for 8 bigs with pocket nines and Addamo called after making the initial 2x raise with ace-king. It was a classic coinflip, and Addamo flopped a king to win the hand.Five became four when Spanish player Juan Pardo Dominguez moved all-in on a board of A-3-K-2 with pocket eights to call the shove of Kevin Rabichow, who held ace-jack. Rabichow faded an eight on the river, with an innocuous seven arriving to narrow the field.With four players left, here were the stacks, with blinds at 80,000/160,000.Carlos Villamarin – 7.1 millionAlex Kolonias – 5.7 millionKevin Rabichow – 4.4 millionMichael Addamo – 4 millionNext to bust was Australian Addamo, who got it in good with ace-ten against the shove of Alex Kolonias with ace-six. The pot was worth 4.7 million and Kolonias, with another 5.1 behind, knew that a six would give him a massive chip lead with three players left. That happened on the turn and just three remained.It would be Kevin Rabichow who busted next, robbing us of the possibility of Kolonias and Rabichow renewing a rivalry heads-up that went all the way back to a brutal hand at the 2019 MILLIONS North America Main Event.The stacks were a lot more even when Rabichow was knocked out in a fantastic hand for the GGPoker YouTube subscribers hand. A min-raise from Kolonias pre-flop with pocket kings was called by Rabichow with five-four of hearts, and the flop of 6h-Kh-Ks gave Rabichow the flush draw, but Kolonias quads!Rabichow check-raised to 1.2 million which was called by the eventual winner, before a seven of spades saw Kolonias bet 1.2 million and Rabichow shove for 5 million only to be snap-called to death by his opponent. An ace of hearts on the river merely added insult to elimination.Kolonias had a healthy lead going into heads-up, but that had depleted a little under 40 minutes later as an epic heads-up saw smallball poker take charge. Kolonias had the lead, however, with pocket jacks and when Villamarin saw a flop with jack-ten that was ten-high, all the chips went into the middle from the American. Kolonias called and rode turn and river home to a famous victory for the best part of half a million dollars.GGPoker Super MILLION$ January 12th 2021 Final Table Results: Place Player Country Prize 1stAlex Kolonias Greece$438,733 2nd Carlos Villamarin U.S.A. $338,309 3rdKevin Rabichow U.S.A. $260,872 4th Michael Addamo Russia $201,160 5thJuan Pardo Dominguez Spain $155,115 6th‘imjuniar’ Canada $119,610 7th ‘Pluto The Doggo’ Ireland $92,232 8th Gleb Tremzin Russia $71,120 9thSamuel Vousden Finland $54,841 Want to watch the action as it happened? Check out the full final table playback right here: 
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Brunno Botteon Kicks Off 2021 As January Player of the Month
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The heater continues to for Brazil's Brunno Botteon who starts 2021 off as online poker's Player of the Month for January. For many poker players, January is a time to get a fresh start. It’s a time to reset the stats, dedicate oneself to study, and hope that in the new year the work pays off and the results go to the moon. But for Brazil’s Brunno ‘bbotteon’ Botteon, a “fresh start” is not on the agenda. For the world’s #1-ranked online pro, the continuation of his heater that started one year ago is what he wanted. That’s what happened and what brought him the title of Online Poker Player of the Month for January. One might think that after earning a career-high seven-figure score in the international leg of the 2020 World Series of Poker at the end of 2020, Botteon might take some time off. But within a week he was back to picking up PLB-qualified cashes en masse. He found success in the first week of January on GGPoker with deep runs in the WSOPC Series $525 Bounty Hunters for $22,304 plus 321.09 PLB points and weekly $10K Super MILLION$ for another $41,934 and 374.26 PLB points. His first outright win arrived on January 10 when he topped the 279-entry field of the PokerStars High Roller Club $1,050 Sunday HR for $57,263 and 547.72 PLB points. The middle of the month was highlighted by a fifth-place finish in the GGPoker High Rollers Marathon for $12,542. It was right around this time when Ivan ‘zufo16’ Zufic pushed to within just 5 PLB points of overtaking Botteon as the top-ranked player in the world. But when Croatia’s Zufic traveled to the United States to make a deep run in the World Poker Tour’s Lucky Hearts Poker Open, Botteon booked his first six-figure score of the new year with a win in the January 25 edition of the GGPoker High Rollers Sunday 500 for $126,544 and 738.24 PLB points. His spotlight score of the month brought more than enough PLB points to pull away from the pack and keep the #1-spot for the seventh week in a row. In total, Botteon racked up 3,893 PLB points on 59 total cashes for a total of $391,988. January also marked his third time as Player of the Month. Mike ‘SirWatts’ Watson finished out January just 150 points behind Botteon to end up in second place with 3,734 points. Watson, who is Canada’s #1-ranked pro and sitting at an all-time high ranking of #3 in the world, put in significantly less volume than Botteon but made up the difference with nine PLB-qualifying cashes and seven five-figure cashes for a total of $526,078. Watson kicked off the month with a string of victories including a PokerStars Blowout Series title in Event #25-H ($1,050 NLHE Sunday Warm-up) for $75,462 and 648.85 PLB points. The very next day, on January 4, he was in the winner’s circle again in the Natural8 WSOPC $1,500 Deepstack, winning $36,040 and another 404.81 PLB points. Watson picked up big-time scores on just about every online operator he played on including a runner-up finish in the partypoker High Roller Big Game for $54,958 and a win in the World Poker Tour Montreal Online Event #18 for $39,007. But his biggest result of the month came on Natural8 when he finished in fourth place in the January 26 edition of the Super MILLION$ for $187,255 and 618.64. His Super MILLION$ score was big enough to land in Watson’s all-time top 5. Estonia’s Markku ‘markovitsus’ Koplimaa rounded out the top three in January with 3,590 PLB points. Koplimaa has been rocketing up the worldwide rankings, reaching a new career-high rank of #12 in the world. While both Botteon and Watson put up impressive results, Koplimaa outdid them both when it came to volume by racking up 229 in-the-money finishes. He embraced the grind, playing every tournament he could enter from mid-stakes and higher. He was rewarded with over $390,000 in earnings including a runner-up finish in the January 18 edition of the GGPoker High Roller MILLION$ for $187,272. It was the second-largest online cash of his career and included a massive 908.09 PLB bump. In total, Koplimaa notched five results of five-figures or better with 11 PLB-qualified scores. Should he continue to have results even half of what he posted in January, he’ll eclipse the career $10 million mark before the end of the year. January 2021 Player of the Month Results RANKNAMEPOINTS 1Brunno 'bbotteon' Botteon3893 2Mike 'SirWatts' Watson3734 3Markku 'markovitsus' Koplimaa3590 4'Llima92'3494 5Alexandre 'Cavalito' Mantovani3486 6Anatoly 'nl_profit' Filatov3203 7Yuri 'Yuri Martins' Dzivieleski3066 8'Pita'3018 9Luis 'elneto182' Quilcate3004 10Sami 'LarsLuzak' Kelopuro2988
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GGPoker Launch Flip ‘n’ Go Tournaments
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The latest fun and inventive innovation has hit the GGPoker screens as Flip ‘n’ Go tournaments are now available in the poker brand’s lobby.With a reputation for bringing players and fans some of the biggest competitions on offer in the poker industry, GGPoker has brought events such as the Super MILLION$ and the World Series of Poker 2020 Online Series to the world in the past few months, and with many huge festivals to come in 2021, there may be bigger games on offer than to Flip ‘n’ Go.They do sound like a lot of fun, however.Here’s how they work. Flip n Go’s are two-phased tournaments. The first phase is flip-happy, with players able to buy up to ten extra entries at the registration stage. They can therefore sit down to begin play with ten times the chances that anyone registering just one entry would do.Thus begins the ‘Flip’ stage. This kicks off with a flip-out deal of three hole cards each, with players choosing to throw one of these cards away, before bonus chips are added to the stacks of players who managed to hit a three-card poker hand such a straight or a flush for example – special hands, you might say.With each table playing the flip-out stage down to a single winner, the tournament then transforms into a regular NLHE tournament, with the money bubble bursting as soon as this phase begins.Yes, you read that correctly – progress from the flip-out stage and you’ll be making money.From there on out, it’s a standard NLHE tournament format, and you’ll play down to a winner, against players who have won flips to get there.The Flip ‘n’ Gos start from entry of just a single cent on GGPoker and take place every 30 mins on the poker client.GGPoker ambassador Daniel Negreanu couldn’t wait to tell players about the events.“If you want to get straight to the hottest action in a tournament, then Flip & Go is for you,” he said. “Get flipping with a standard stack or super-size your chips from the start; the choice is yours! There are extra stacks on offer during the flip-out and a standard game gets underway once you’re in the money.”You heard it from DNegs himself. Want to get in amongst the action? You can read all about the new Flip n Go format games on GGPoker by clicking right here.
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Polysus plaginitis ชนะงาน GGPOCAR WSOP Winter Main ในราคา 1. 1.2 ล้าน
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Paulius Plasinitis ผู้เล่นชาวลิทัวเนียเข้ายึด GGPkar เมื่อวันอาทิตย์เพื่อคว้ารางวัลสูงสุด 1, 1,236,361 และกิจกรรมหลักฤดูหนาว WSOPC 1,700 รายการ จบอันดับสุดท้ายด้วย 6,395 รายการรวมผู้เล่นเก้าคนรางวัลใหญ่ที่สุด 10.3 ล้าน วันอาทิตย์มาถึงการแข่งขันพรีซพูลและซูเปอร์สตาร์ของเกม GGPOC กุมบังเหียนแชมป์ การกระทำนั้นรวดเร็วและน่ารำคาญโดยรอบสุดท้ายมาถึงภายในสามชั่วโมงและ 'Beta Addict' ของอิสราเอลส่งเสียงอื้ออึงในตอนแรก เริ่มต้นด้วยเข็มขัดขนาดใหญ่เพียง 20 เส้นเมื่อเบลารุสขอให้ลดพื้นที่เหลือแปดเส้นพวกเขาไม่สามารถต้านทานการก้าวไปข้างหน้าด้วยแจ็คกระเป๋าของ Ice-King และ Artem Prostek ถัดไปการลดแสงของจีนคือ 11141919 พวกเขาลดลงเพียงสองแถบก่อนที่จะเข้าสู่ทุกคนด้วย King-Queen ซึ่งไม่สามารถหยุดผู้ชนะสร้อยข้อมือ WSOP ที่แปดสิบของ Joseph Chiang ได้ ชองบันทึกความพ่ายแพ้ติดต่อกันเป็นครั้งที่สองเมื่ออเล็กซานดรูปาปาเซียนแพ้ด้วยแต้มห้า แชยองก็มีแจ็คอยู่ในกระเป๋า มีผู้เล่นเพียงหกคนในเวลาสองเท่าและ Prostek จะอยู่ข้างหน้าหน้าอก หลังจากเสียเหรียญเขาแพ้ Pocket Jack ต่อ Pocket Jack ของ Likeboy ในประเทศจีน การไล่ออกของ Prostek เสร็จสิ้นในสองมือในเวลาต่อมาตามด้วยผู้เล่นชาวฟินแลนด์ Joni Joachiminen ในอันดับที่ห้า กษัตริย์องค์ที่สิบของ Johkimainen ไม่สามารถจับ ace-king ของ Cheong ได้ โชคชะตาของชองจะสิ้นสุดลง แต่ 'ไลค์บอย' กลับมาอยู่ในอันดับ 3 เนื่องจาก A-4 ไม่ดีต่อ Pocket Queen of Lithuanian Plasinitis :: ผลของ Cheong ไม่อาจดีไปกว่านี้สำหรับ Pleosinitis ที่ต่อสู้แบบตัวต่อตัวด้วยการนำ 1 ชิปและปิดผนึกชัยชนะ ในขณะที่ 'Turkey 1' นั้นยอดเยี่ยมสำหรับ Queen-Nyan แต่ก็ได้รับรางวัล WSOP เซอร์กิตครั้งแรกสำหรับชาวลิทัวเนียและรางวัลสูงสุด 1,266,361 คุณสามารถรับชมตารางการเล่นรอบสุดท้ายกับการรายงานข่าวของ Jeff Platt และ Brent Hanks ได้ที่: GGPOCAR WSOP Circuit Winter Main Event Final Table ผลการแข่งขัน: Place Player Country Prize 1 La Polys Plazinitis Lithuania $ 1,236,361 2 Thirteen 1 'Turkish 4' หรือ Johnny Johkimanen Finland $ 389,295 ครั้งที่ 6 Artem Prostek Belarus $ 291,931 8th 'Alexandru Papazian Romania $ 218,9179th' Dimming 141319 'China $ 164,1659th จากการรายงานฐานลำดับที่ 20 ของวันที่ 20 ผู้อาวุโส -201 อยู่ในการเผยแพร่สด
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Doug Polk breaks the tape, wins $1.2m from Daniel Negreanu
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The battle to win the ugliest heads-up duel in poker history is over. Doug Polk trounced Daniel Negreanu over 25,000 hands of poker and won $1,200,000 after their heads-up game ran the longest session of the series to close out the drama.Polk had been pegged back just a fortnight ago after Canadian poker legend Negreanu won $390,000 in a single session – the biggest amount either man won in the months long epic poker duel. But it was the younger man who eventually sealed the win with a mammoth victory of his own, stunning Kid Poker to the tune of over a quarter of a million dollars across the biggest number of poker hands played in one session.As Polk himself announced on Twitter:Session: +$255,722 over 1718 handsTotal: +$1,200,000 over 25000 handsWe won guys. We did it.— Doug Polk (@DougPolkVids) February 4, 2021 Later on, Polk returned to explain that his sidebet action, while successful was possibly more foolish than even he believed going into the final furlongs.“Was settling sidebets and just realized I donked it up and bet a few hundred [thousand] more on myself than I realized,” he said. “That would have been extra painful if I had lost.”On the other side of the fence, Negreanu himself initially led on an unfortunate all-in and call where he held a king-high flush and Polk had the nut flush.On the back of that, he then shared a post from Corey Steel that highlighted the apparent all-in EV numbers that support Negreanu’s claim that he has been unlucky.While that -EV contributed to the loss, however, a net result of being -$950,000 is still a huge defeat and Polk’s victory was more than merited overall. After this huge defeat for Negreanu, what have we learned? Polk was always predicted to win, and it’s perhaps a shame that the match wasn’t close after around 20% of the game. If the pair had agreed to 200 live hands breaking up each 5,000 hands, with a live session to finish, it would have been a better watch for the neutral and could have provided a little more gloss to go with the beef sausage.From a game standpoint, has Negreanu improved his online HU play? Absolutely, and to play against Polk in this way may have cost him plenty, but it’s an expensive lesson that one of the best players poker has ever produced will surely use to get better. If it helps him win his 7th WSOP bracelet any time soon, he won’t mind a bit.Polk will no doubt want to hang up his boots in the metaphorical sense, but could he be dragged out of retirement? For the right price, the answer is surely yes, though we doubt he’d dance against with Negreanu – what is there to gain other than money and a restriction to Las Vegas in that sense? It would be interesting to see Polk take on Galfond, but of the two men, it’s Negreanu who might actually do so, with rumours abounding that Galfond would accept a No Limit Hold’em challenge from Kid Poker.Sidebets, anyone?
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