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  1. Belarusian poker superstar Mikita Badziakouski is no stranger to million dollar paydays. On Tuesday, Badziakouski added another one after taking down a GGPoker Spring Festival for a $1.1 million score against some of the top high roller regulars in the world. Over the course of two days, Badziakouski topped the 208-entry field in Event #75-H ($25,500 Sunday Five Million) to win $1,105,678.72. Just five days after picking up $339,484.21 for winning Event #58-H ($10,300 Thursday Thriller Bounty), 'CrossfireX' added $829,142.29 to their bankroll for finishing one spot behind Badziakouski. Third place finisher 'Nator' ended up earning $621,768.89. The top bounty hunter in Event #77-H ($525 Bounty Hunters HR SE) was 'PUYA' and that earned them $51,978.68. Their last victim was 'minipro' and that player had to settle for $20,752.80 while Simon Lofberg actually picked up a slightly bigger score, banking $24,921.77 as the third place finisher. Finland's Samuli Sipila took down Event #78-H ($2,100 PLO-NL Bounty) by beating former #1-ranked Andras Nemeth. Sipila earned $62,192.88 along with the title while Nemeth walked away with $38,916.14 for his efforts. Third place finisher 'schmalimero93' earned $19,247.75. The last of the High level buy-in events to play down to a winner on Monday was Event #80-H ($525 6-Max). 'DameDolla' navigated through the 635-entry field to take the title and a $44,171.48 score. Runner-up 'Moist' earned just a little bit more, banking $45,301.17 while 'PUYA' earned their second podium finish of the night and won $45,301.17 Event #75-H ($25,500 Sunday Five Million [2-Day Event]) Entries: 208 Prize pool: $5,200,000 Mikita Badziakouski - $1,105,678.72 CrossfireX - $829,142.29 Nator - $621,768.89 Event #77-H ($525 Bounty Hunters HR SE) Entries: 875 Prize pool: $437,500 PUYA - $51,978.68 minipro - $20,752.80 Simon Lofberg - $24,921.77 Event #78-H ($2,100 PLO-NL Bounty) Entries: 134 Prize pool: $268,000 Samuli Sipila - $62,192.88 Andras Nemeth - $38,916.14 schmalimero93 - $19,247.75 Event #80-H ($525 6-Max) Entries: 635 Prize pool: $317,500 DameDolla - $44,171.48 Moist - $45,301.17 PUYA - $27,714.94
  2. Just three days ago, Ronny Kaiser topped a 123-entry field in Event #45-H ($2,100 PLO-NL Turbo) to win $63,721.40. Turns out, that was just an appetizer for what became a main course with a half million dollar payday. On Thursday night, Kaiser beat 87 other entries in Event #57-H ($25,500 Super High Roller) to grab the $508,447.84 first place prize. Mikita Badziakouski came in second place and earned a $391,973.06 consolation prize while Christian Rudolph found the podium yet again, this time banking $302,180.28 for finishing in third place. The second biggest first-place prize of the night belonged to 'CrossfireX' who bet out 158 other players to win Event #58-H ($10,300 Thursday Thriller Bounty). Russia's Sergei Denisov was the runner-up for $157,919.64. While former #1-ranked Joao Simao took home $137,086.49 for finishing in third. The last of the six-figure scores went Sami Kelopuro for beating 112 other runners in Event #59-H ($5,250 PLO-NL). Kelopuro, another former #1, earned $135,998.08 after making a heads-up deal with Eelis Parssinen. One day after winning his first GGPoker Spring Festival event, Parssinen had to settle for runner-up status and $121,039.50 thanks to the deal. Third place finisher Joshua McCully earned $77,984.18. Artur Martirosian also picked up a GGPoker Spring Festival title on Thursday. The Russian high roller killer worked his way through a field of 444 entries in Event #54-H ($1,050 High Rollers Main Event) to win $83,530.81. Coming in one spot short of the title earned 'UncleToni' $62,639.14. Erik Bux Hoeveden took the bronze medal and $46,972.70. The final High level buy-in title awarded on Thursday went to 'Go BITCOIN Go' who earned $34,655.81 for winning Event #60-H ($1,050 Bounty Hyper [6-Max]). Right behind them was David Yan who added $22,582.01 to his bankroll for his efforts. Pablo Silva, currently ranked #20 in the world finished in third place for $14,569.39. Event #54-H ($1,050 High Rollers Main Event) Entries: 444 Prize pool: $444,000 Artur Martirosian - $83,530.81 UncleToni - $62,639.14 Erik Bux Hoeveden - $46,972.70 Event #57-H ($25,500 Super High Roller) Entries: 88 Prize pool: $2,200,000 Ronny Kaiser - $508,447.84 M Badziakouski - $391,973.06 Christian Rudolph - $302,180.28 Event #58-H ($10,300 Thursday Thriller Bounty) Entries: 159 Prize pool: $1,590,000 CrossfireX - $339,484.21 Sergei Denisov - $157,919.64 Joao Simao - $137,086.49 Event #59-H ($5,250 PLO-NL) Entries: 113 Prize pool: $565,000 Sami Kelopuro - $135,998.08 Eelis Parssinen - $121,039.50 Joshua McCully - $77,984.18 Event #60-H ($1,050 Bounty Hyper [6-Max]) Entries: 212 Prize pool: $212,000 Go BITCOIN Go - $34,655.81 kDavid Yan - $22,582.01 Pablo Silva - $14,569.39
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