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Poker news | Aug 23, 2021

Gaby Livshitz Wins WSOP Online PLOSSUS

By RTR Dennis

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The 2021 WSOP Online continues on GGPoker all this week, with plenty of exciting events on the horizon. This week sees the $25,000 Super High Roller Championship and the $400 COLOSSUS take place, satellites for both of which are available in the GGPoker client.

One more winner was crowned on Sunday in the $400 PLOSSUS.

Gaby Livshitz Wins GGPoker WSOP Online Event #17: $400 PLOSSUS

Day 2 of Event #17: $400 PLOSSUS saw just under nine hours of Pot-Limit Omaha played, and after the dust settled, Gaby "kidrurim" Livshitz emerged victorious over the 584 returning players to take home a first place prize of $152,165, all for a tiny $400 investment here at the 2021 GGPoker WSOP Online Festival.

Livshitz beat Yuri "sjeverest" Suvorov heads-up, while Niklas Astedt finished in fifth.

GGPoker WSOP Online Event #17: PLOSSUS Final Table Results

1Gaby "kidrurim" LivshitzIsrael$89,626$62,534$152,165
2Yuri “sjeverest” SuvorovRussia$26,863$62,374$89,237
3Shengchao "szhu" ZhuSingapore$8,672$43,646$52,317
4Idris AmbraisseMorocco$13,439$30,501$43,940
5Niklas AstedtNorway$13,750$21,315$35,065
6Lasse “joutoukko” EnojarviFinland$4,778$14,895$19,673
7Shihhui "RadishGod" WangTaiwan$11,708$10,409$22,117

Final Day Recap

Heading into the final day, it was six-time WSOP bracelet winner and GGPoker Ambassador Daniel Negreanu with the chip lead. He would ride that big stack all the way to a 23rd place finish, earning over $8,900 for his finish.

Other notables who finished in the top 100 included Mikhail Semin, Anton Morgenstern, Nick Maimone, Toby Lewis and recent WSOP bracelet winner Renan Bruschi.

When the final table started, it was Yuri "sjeverest" Suvorov who held the chip lead, while Livshitz was actually one of the shorter stacks. However, Livshitz quickly went to work, knocking out short stack Shihhui Wang in seventh place. He would follow that up with a double through Lasse Enojarvi, and then eliminate one of the most accomplished players at the final table, Niklas Astedt, in fifth place.

Idris Ambraisse would be the next player to exit, and his knockout was courtesy of Suvorov. Three-handed play took a while, before Livshitz secured the knockout of Shengchao Zhu, when his aces held against the player from Singapore.

Aces would prove the trick during heads-up play, which lasted only a few minutes, with Livshitz holding them once more to eliminated Suvorov and earning himself his first ever WSOP bracelet.