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Poker news | Sep 22, 2022

GGPoker WSOP Online Recap

By RTR Jamie

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We are now over a month into the GGPoker World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online Series and it has been full of excitement!

The event is available to international players and players from Michigan, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and of course Nevada, it wouldn’t be a WSOP event without some relation to Las Vegas!

There are still over 20 more events left to go, including the No Limit Holdem events, high roller events, and the fall finale later in October.

First, we will start with a quick recap of the GGPoker WSOP online series events that have come to an end, in case you missed anything.

Event #1: $400 NLH Kick-Off: Ori “try2trick” Hasson won the first Online Bracelet of the series with this event. After 11 hours of playing, Hasson outlasted 474 players (including Daniel “Dnegs” Negreanu) with 281 rebuys, creating a prize pool of $21,8000.

Event #2: $500 NLH Monster Stack: “Rfrruner” is the winner of this event, winning a total of $64,590 in a head-up play against Aditya “Roronoa” Sadhu.

Event #3: $3,200 NLH High Roller: The 99-entry event lead to a total prize pool of $376,960 when 74 players rebought into the event 25 times! However, Drew “dudeguydrew” took the crown during the event winning $96,087.

Event #4: $1,000 PLO 6-Max: Soheb “TommyConway6” Porbandarwala won his first ever gold bracelet in this event, winning a huge $57,125 to go with it.

Event #5: $500 NLH Turbo Deepstack: “ccast93” was victorious in even #5, winning the top prize of $44,704. The unknown player was able to top the likes of Kathy “Luckygal” Liebert and Danie Negreanu.

Event #6: $800 NLH Ultra Deepstack: Vito “thesuitbig29” Distefano won in a heads-up play against Michael “slitwalk” Mercaldo, winning $57,355.

Event #7: $365 NLH: Jeremy “Chipchecka” Ausmus won his first WSOP online bracelet, adding to his in-person collection of bracelets. He went heads-up against Nick “CashUsKlay” Schulman, giving Ausmus a total of $51,807 in the event.

Event #8: $1,00 NLH 6-Max: 384 players entered this event, but Jesse “Dangerous22” Lonis came out on top, winning a big sum of $73,370.

Main highlights

There have been lots of amazing events throughout the online poker tournament so far, but some are more notable than others.

$2,100 Bounty NLH Championship

This series’ NLH bounty was a huge hit, reaching a record 986 entries, with a total prize pool of $1,970,000.

“Winner51” was victorious this year, collecting $91,479 bounties, and reaching a prize of $171,122!

“WouldIlieToYOU”, was not far off winning a total of $135,683.

$1,050 GGMasters HR Freezeout NLH

Mario Navarro received his first ever WSOP Online Bracelet during the GGMaster event, where he received his biggest payout of $288,507, which at the time was the highest score of the whole series.

Navarro managed to top 2,372 players that entered the event, including the likes of Elio Fox and Anatoly Filatov.

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WSOP Ladies Championship

On Saturday night, the final table for the $500 Ladies Championship took place, with Huanhua “King-Dong” Long being crowned the winner.

The final table saw a head-up between Long taking on Vanessa “Niffler” Kade, who took on a bad beat with QQ V 88.

This year's event was huge, with 362 entries bringing the prize pool to $171,950, the top 62 players received a prize of $847 or more.

This year’s WSOP Ladies Championship event winner at Paris, Las Vegas, Jessica Teusl lost her luck in 25th place.

$1,500 Fifty Stack Bounty NLH

After waiting 9 years to win his 3rd WSOP bracelet, Mark Radoja won the $1,500 Fifty Stack Bounty No-Limit Holdem, and it was an impressive win.

After defeating Justus “taxidriver” Held in a heads-up, Rodoja walked away with $94,460 as his prize and $119,049 in bounties!

Rodja outlasted 1,597 entries that brought the prize pool up to a huge $2,275,275.


$400 buy-in COLOSSUS

Despite being a fairly small buy-in compared to some high-stakes tournaments, the COLOSSUS tournament had a vast prize pool guarantee of $3 million, which eventually reached $3,793,840 after 20 starting flights.

There were 10,090 entries for this event but only 1,479 made it to the final stage. Mauricio-Pais “SlimLady” Ferreira was undefeated and named champion, winning the highest prize so far of $378,508.

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Remaining Events:

Date Event Buy-in
September 22, 2022 Event #10: $2,500 NLH Buy-in: $2,500
September 24, 2022 Event #11: $400 PLO 6-Max Buy-in: $400
September 25, 2022 Event #12: $400 NLH Ultra Deepstack Buy-in: $400
September 25, 2022 Event #13: $1,000 NLH Buy-in: $1,000
September 27, 2022 Event #14: $500 NLH 6-Max Buy-in: $500
September 29, 2022 Event #15: $365 NLH Turbo Deepstack Buy-in: $365
October 01, 2022 Event #16: $500 NLH Deepstack Buy-in: $500
October 02, 2022 Event #17: $777 NLH Lucky 7s Buy-in: $777
October 02, 2022 Event #18: $1,000 NLH Turbo Deepstack Buy-in: $1,000
October 04, 2022 Event #19: $1,500 NLH Buy-in: $1,500
October 06, 2022 Event #20: $500 NLH Buy-in: $500
October 08, 2022 Event #21: $600 NLH 6-Max Buy-in: $600
October 09, 2022 Event #22: $500 Big 500 Buy-in: $500
October 09, 2022 Event #23: $1,500 NLH Buy-in: $1,500
October 11, 2022 Event #24: $7,777 Lucky 7s High Roller Buy-in: $7,777
October 12, 2022 Event #25: $2,000 NLH 8-Max Buy-in: $2,000
October 13, 2022 Event #26: $3,200 NLH High Roller 6-Max Buy-in: $3,200
October 14, 2022 Event #27: $500 NLH Super Turbo Buy-in: $500
October 15, 2022 Event #28: $365 NLH Monster Stack Buy-in: $365
October 16, 2022 Event #29: $1,000 NLH Championship Buy-in: $1,000
October 16, 2022 Event #30: $5,300 High Roller Buy-in: $5,300
October 17, 2022 Event #31: $600 NLH Deep Freeze Buy-in: $600
October 18, 2022 Event #32: $10,000 NLH Super High Roller 8-Max Buy-in: $10,000
October 18, 2022 Event #33: $500 Fall Finale Buy-in: $500

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