WPT Online: Elliott Peterman Wins Six Max Weekender For $235K

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The UK's Elliott Peterman topped the star-studded $2,100 Weekender for a $235K payday.

Eight more World Poker Tour Online series titles were handed out over the weekend including one for the UK’s Elliott Peterman who survived the multi-flight 6-Max Weekender to take home nearly a quarter-million-dollar payday.

Sixty-nine players made it to the final stage of $1 million guaranteed Event #33 ($2,100 6-Max Weekender) but it was Peterman who outlasted the star-studded field to take home the $235,508 first-place prize. Also notching six-figure scores were Italy’s Eugenio Peralta who won $174,816 as the runner-up and Alexandros Kolonias who picked up $125,649 for finishing in third.

Russia’s Alexandr Trofimov topped the lower buy-in Event #33 ($215 6-Max Weekender) to take home a WPT title and the $74,938.20 first-place prize. Nicolas Yunis also turned his $215 buy-in into a healthy five-figure score cashing in for $56,589.60 as the runner up. Australia’s Luke Martinelli added $42,997 to his bankroll with a third-place finish.

A pair of non-NLHE tournaments actually incurred some slight overlays for the series. First, Muriel Figueredo took full advantage of a $12,500 overlay in Event #35 ($1,575 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo) by besting the 125-entry field for the $50,381.20 first-place prize. Erik Tamm wrapped up as the runner-up which was good for $34,000. Mikko Alho grabbed third place and $24,000 for his efforts.

Event #35 ($162 Mini Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo) just barely missed the target as the 265-entry field came up just $250 short of the $40,000 guarantee. Emrah Yildiz rose to the top to claim the $9,400 first-place prize while Quentin Krueger settled for second and $6,200. Antti Suominen ended up in third place and picked up $4,407.92.

A pair of former #1-ranked PocketFivers were in position to take home a WPT title in Event #36 ($1,050 Mix-Max Tubro) as Patrick ‘pleno1’ Leonard and Steven ‘SvZff’ van Zadelhoff battled it out in the top three. However, both ended up falling to Stewart Kirby who closed out the tournament and picked up $38,037.86 as the winner. van Zadelhoff earned $25,670 as the runner-up while Leonard added $18,120 to his over $9.7 million in career online cashes.

Markus Pohl was the last man standing in Event #38 ($530 6-Max Turbo Bounty) having survived the 638-entry field and banking the $22,387.82 first-place prize. Add to that another $27,239.31 in bounties and Pohl wrapped up the weekend with a total score of $49,627.13. Finishing right behind him was Alessandro Valli who earned $22,355.83 and an additional $5,985.36 in bounties as the runner-up. Viliyan Petleshkov fell in third place which was good for $16,817.38 and an additional $5,257.81 in bounties.

Event #33: $2,100 6-Max Weekender Final
69 entries
$1,214,000 prize pool

  1. Elliott Peterman – $235,508.74
  2. Eugenio Peralta – $174,816
  3. Alexandros Kolonias – $125,649
  4. Luc Greenwood – $88,622
  5. Dimitar Danchev – $63,128
  6. Aliaksei Boika – $40,062

Event #33: $215 6-Max Weekender Final
279 entires
$554,800 prize pool

  1. Alexandr Trofimov – $74,938.20
  2. Nicolas Yunis – $56,589.60
  3. Luke Martinelli – $42,997
  4. Emil Olsson – $31,068.80
  5. Stavros Kalfas – $20,583.08
  6. Marc-Andre Ladouceur – $11,928.20

Event #35: $162 Mini Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo
265 entries
$40,000 prize pool ($250 overlay)

  1. Emrah Yildiz – $9,400
  2. Quentin Krueger – $6,200
  3. Antti Suominen – $4,407.92
  4. Pablo Menezes – $3,220
  5. James Collopy – $2,400
  6. Matura Bratkovic – $1,600

Event #35: $1,575 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo
125 entires
$200,000 prize pool ($12,500 overlay)

  1. Murilo Figueredo – $50,381.20
  2. Erik Tamm – $34,000
  3. Mikko Alho – $24,000
  4. Tyler Jardine – $17,000
  5. Alexander Harty – $12,500
  6. Aleksandr Sazhinov – $8,300

Event #36: $109 Mini Mix-Max Turbo
946 entries
$100,000 prize pool ($5,400 overlay)

  1. Gabriel Schroeder – $16,750
  2. Ivan Zhechev – $12,500
  3. Dario Marinelli – $9,250
  4. Nicholas Romanello – $6,350
  5. Wayne Parsons – $4,150
  6. Stefan Ivanov – $2,564.40

Event #36: $1,050 Mix-Max Turbo
151 entries
$151,000 prize pool

  1. Stewart Kirby – $38,037.86
  2. Steven Van Zadelhoff – $25,670
  3. Patrick Leonard – $18,120
  4. Laszlo Molnar – $12,835
  5. Thomas Middleton – $9,437.50
  6. Christopher Brammer – $6,266.50

Event #38: $530 6-Max Turbo Bounty
638 entries
$319,000 prize pool

  1. Markus Pohl – $22,387.82 + $27,239.31 in bounties
  2. Alessandro Valli – $22,355.83 + $5,985.36 in bounties
  3. Viliyan Petleshkov – $16,817.38 + $5,257.81 in bounties
  4. Nikita Kupchin – $12,046.34 + $7,126.96 in bounties
  5. Jonathan Theme – $8,432.44 + $3,648.43 in bounties
  6. Simon Deadman – $5,162.71 + $1,882.81 in bounties

Event #38: $55 6-Max Turbo Bounty
2224 entries
$111,200 prize pool

  1. Mario Carrascon – $5,993.51 + $5,763.29 in bounties
  2. Michal Wilczyriski – $5,981.97 + $882.36 in bounties
  3. Viktor Saraev – $4,590.51 + $1,194.91 in bounties
  4. Brian Nolan – $3,353.01 + $1,191.74 in bounties
  5. David Hoffer – $2,221.37 + $568.97 in bounties
  6. Carlos Porto – $1,220.25 + $824.54 in bounties