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  1. The 2020 World Series of Poker Main Event continued on Monday as the 179 players who survived the three $10,000 buy-in starting flights on GGPoker reconvened on Day 2 to determine which nine players would lock up a seat at King’s Casino in Rozvadov for a shot at the $1,550,969 first-place prize. When all was said and done on Day 2 it was worldwide #5-ranked Brunno Botteon out of Brazil who rose to the top of the final table chip counts, finishing the day with more than 10 million in chips. More than 4 million behind Botteon on the leaderboard sits Manuel Ruvio. Ruvio scored the final knockout of the day which helped elevate him to second in chips. The top-three is rounded out by 2017 World Series of Poker final table member Damian Salas. Salas, currently third in chips, would need to win the international portion of the Main Event to best his previous final table cash of $1.425 million which he earned for a seventh-place finish. Joining the chip leaders in Rozvadov will be ‘fullbabyfull’, Hannes Speiser, Dominykas Mikolaitis, Ramon Miquel Munoz, Peiyuan Sun, and short-stack Stoyan Obreshkov, who will start the final table with roughly 10 big blinds. Final Table Chip Counts [table id=136 /] Long before the final table was set, over half the field needed to go broke before the payouts began. Some of poker’s most notable names managed to make Day 2 but still ended up going home empty-handed. Former #1-ranked online pros Simon Mattsson and Yuri Dzivielevski were ousted before the money, as were the notable names of Ludovic Geilich, Anatoly Filatov, Anton Wigg, and Daniel Dvoress. WSOP gold bracelet winners Georgios Sotiropoulos, Simon Lofberg, Barak Wisbrod, Jonas Lauck, and Sung Joo Hyun all fell short of the money as well, leaving just Toby Joyce as the lone bracelet winner to sneak into the cash where he finished up in 32nd place for $26,507. Joining Joyce on the right side of the money bubble included Julien Menhardt (24th, $30,404) and Blaz Zerjav (25th, $30,404), the respective Day 1A and Day 1B overnight chip leaders. Alex Difelice (39th, $22,876), Sergio Aido (41st, $22,876), Antonine Saout (53rd, $18,421), Gary Hasson (54th, $18,421), and Gediminas Uselis (74th, $15,277), were also among those who managed to turn a profit. Roughly seven hours into Day 2, the final two tables battled to see who would survive to see the live portion of the tournament. Diego ‘Ushuaua1’ Zeiter got his [poker card="kc"][poker card="jc"] it all-in preflop against Stoyan ‘UncleToni’ Obreshkov’s [poker card="td"][poker card="ts"] but failed to improve, falling in 18th for $34,115. He was quickly followed out the door by China’s ‘sunnyzyang1982’ who got in a raising war with Salas after the pair saw a [poker card="ts"][poker card="8c"][poker card="6d"] flop. The pair got it all in the middle, ‘sunnyzyang1982’ was holding the [poker card="jd"][poker card="td"] but was out-kicked by Salas’ [poker card="ah"][poker card="tc"]. The [poker card="kh"] turn and [poker card="7h"] river didn’t help ‘sunnyzyang1982’ and they fell in 17th for $39,356. Roughly 30 minutes later it was Fazel ‘waterproo’ Dawood’s turn to go broke. The South African open-shoved holding [poker card="jc"][poker card="tc"] and was called by Salas and his [poker card="8s"][poker card="8d"]. The board ran out pah][poker card="qs"][poker card="7c"][poker card="7d"][poker card="4c"] giving Salas more chips and Dawood a 16th place finish for $39,356. Another 30 minutes passed before Evaldas ‘Man14c’ Aniulis made his move with his short stack holding [poker card="qc"][poker card="jc"]. He was called by Dominykas ‘MickeyMouse’ Mikolaitis in the big blind with [poker card="tc"][poker card="6h"]. The [poker card="9c"][poker card="2d"][poker card="6d"] flop paired Mikolaitis, which held through the [poker card="4h"] turn and [poker card="8c"] river. Aniulis was ousted in fifteenth place a $39,356 payday. ‘BorisLeBlade’ found himself all-in and at risk holding [poker card="ks"][poker card="kd"] against Christopher Puetz’s [poker card="ac"][poker card="2c"]. The board ran out clean for ‘BorisLeBlade’ right up until the [poker card="as"] on the river flipped the script awarding the hand to Puetz and sending ‘BorisLeBlade’ home in fourteenth place with $39,356. Despite securing that knockout, Puetz wasn’t long for the tournament either. He shipped his roughly 10 big blind stack from late position holding [poker card="ah"][poker card="7c"] and was re-shipped on by Hannes ‘BlackFortuna’ Speiser and his [poker card="ac"][poker card="jc"]. Both players paired their ace on the [poker card="ad"][poker card="4d"][poker card="3s"] flop, but the [poker card="5s"] turn and [poker card="5h"] river put Speiser’s kicker into play and Puetz exited in thirteenth place for $44,914. The eliminations kept coming as Canada’s Carter Swidler clashed with Day 1C chipleader Senthuran Vijayaratnam in a pre-flop all-in contest. Swidler held [poker card="as"][poker card="7c"] while Vijayaratnam showed down [poker card="kc"][poker card="kd"]. The board ran out clean for the pocket kings and Swidler hit the rail in twelfth place, earning $44,914. Vijayaratnam entered Day 2 with an overwhelming chip lead but with just 11 left he found himself engaged in an all-in clash with Botteon. After Botteon raised from late position with [poker card="qh"][poker card="qd"], Vijayaratnam three-bet shipped his nearly 20 big blind stack with [poker card="ad"][poker card="7s"]. Botteon, who had Vijayaratnam covered, made the quick call with his premium pair. The board ran out [poker card="9s"][poker card="3c"][poker card="7d"][poker card="jd"][poker card="6c"] bringing Vijayaratnam’s day to an end in eleventh place for $50,131 and sending Botteon to the top of the chip counts. The bubble for the final table finally burst when Manuel ‘robocup’ Ruvio raised from under the gun and the UK’s Thomas ‘ggmbn’ Macdonald moved his short stack all-in from the small blind with [poker card="ah"][poker card="4h"]. Ruvio completed the call holding [poker card="kh"][poker card="3h"]. Ruvio took the lead on the [poker card="qc"][poker card="6d"][poker card="3d"] flop and held on through the [poker card="jd"] turn and [poker card="qs"] river to send Macdonald home in tenth place for $50,131, just one spot shy of a trip to Rozvadov. Now, with the final table of nine in place, the players will ditch their screen names and accept the challenge of making their way to King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Rebublic by December 15 to play the international portion of the WSOP Main Event out in person. Final Table Payouts [table id=138 /]
  2. Seth Fischer navigated his way up from one of the shortest stacks at the final table of the 2020 World Series of Poker Event #56 ($1,500 GGMasters High Roller) to top the 2,153 player field and bring home the $444,868.59 first-place prize, a World Series of Poker Europe package and the coveted gold bracelet. For the first half of the final table, bustouts took place at breakneck speed. This allowed Fischer to bide his time, win some key hands, and eventually assume a commanding chip lead which he leveraged to win his first WSOP gold bracelet. It didn’t take long for the final table to lose their first player. Right after the player break Israel’s Yonatan Basin shipped his short stack holding [poker card="as"][poker card="8c"] and was called by Russian online poker superstar Arsenii Karmatckii and his [poker card="8h"][poker card="8d"]. The flop came [poker card="jd"][poker card="3d"][poker card="2c"] leaving Basin looking for an ace or running straight cards to stay alive. The turn came the [poker card="ts"] and the river the [poker card="kd"] awarding Karmatckii the hand and sending Basin to the rail in ninth for $32,633. On the very next hand, Karmatckii was involved in an all-in confrontation again. France’s Clement Tripodi put in a raise from the cutoff holding [poker card="qs"][poker card="qd"] only to be three-bet shoved on by Karmatckii who had the [poker card="ad"][poker card="4d"]. Tripodi called off his remaining 20 big blinds for his tournament life. The flop fell [poker card="th"][poker card="9d"][poker card="4h"] giving Karmatckii some additional outs. Turn [poker card="8c"] was not one of them. Just as Karmatckii flashed the ‘praying’ emoji, the [poker card="as"] ripped off on the river, giving him the pot. Tripodi exited in eighth for $45,386. After Sebastien Grax put in a raise from under the gun, Lukas Parednis shipped his remaining 20 big blinds with the [poker card="7h"][poker card="7d"]. When folded back to Grax, he quickly made the call holding [poker card="as"][poker card="kh"] and the pair were flipped with Parednis at risk. The board ran out [poker card="ad"][poker card="8s"][poker card="4s"][poker card="ts"][poker card="4d"] pairing Grax’s ace and sending Parednis home in seventh for $63,124. Dominykas Mikolaitis quickly followed his fellow Lithuanian out the door when he shoved his final eight big blinds in with [poker card="as"][poker card="3d"] only to be called by Canadian Michael Nugent’s [poker card="ah"][poker card="qs"]. The flop came [poker card="9d"][poker card="6s"][poker card="6c"] giving Mikolaitis some additional chop outs. But the [poker card="5h"] turn and the [poker card="td"] river did not help him get there. Mikolaitis finished in sixth place for $87,793. Latvia’s Evaldas Aniulis put in a small raise off his short stack holding [poker card="ac"][poker card="th"] and was three-bet by Karmatckii who woke up with [poker card="ks"][poker card="kh"]. Aniulis called for the rest of his stack and the pair saw a flop of [poker card="td"][poker card="7h"][poker card="8d"]. Aniulis’ top pair offered him some more outs and the [poker card="jh"] even brought in some chop opportunities. But the unnecessary [poker card="kd"] river gave Karmatckii top set for the pot. Aniulis finished in fifth place for a six-figure score of $122,102. Nugent raised his [poker card="as"][poker card="7s"] from the button only to be flatted by Grax in the small blind holding [poker card="qc"][poker card="qd"]. The flop came [poker card="2d"][poker card="4c"][poker card="7c"] and when checked to Nugent put in a bet, only to be promptly check-raised Grax. With top pair Nugent shipped his remaining 20 big blinds and Grax made the call with the over pair. The [poker card="3s"] hit the turn and the [poker card="tc"] river was of no help to Nugent who fell in fourth place and walked away with $169,821 in his second WSOP final table in the past two weeks. After Fischer doubled through Grax during three-handed play, the chip stacks evened out and play finally slowed down. The chips began to flow in the direction of Fischer as Grax lost momentum and eventually clashed with Karmatckii in a hand that sealed his fate in the tournament. Karmatckii raised to 400,000 on the button with [poker card="ad"][poker card="qs"] and Grax three-bet shipped his twenty big blind stack holding [poker card="4h"][poker card="4c"]. Karmatckii called putting himself at risk. The pair were flipping for over a $100,000 pay jump. The [poker card="ac"][poker card="ts"][poker card="9s"] flop hit Karmatckii and left Grax looking for help. The [poker card="3h"] turn and the [poker card="ah"] river was of no use to him and Grax was left with 1/10 of a big blind which he lost on the very next hand to Fischer. Grax walked away in third place for $236,188. Despite Karmatckii’s double up, Fischer headed into heads-up play holding a sizable chip lead which he never relinquished. On the final hand, Fischer open-shoved holding [poker card="kd"][poker card="7c"] and Karmatckii committed his final ten big blinds with [poker card="js"][poker card="th"]. The duo watched as the board ran out [poker card="ah"][poker card="4h"][poker card="2c"][poker card="2s"][poker card="7h"] giving FIsher the hand and his first WSOP gold bracelet. Karmatckii wrapped up as the runner-up and ended up earning a career-high online score of $328,491. Final Table Payouts Seth Fischer - $444,868.59 + WSOPE Ticket Package Arsenii Karmatckii - $326,491 Sebastien Grax - $236,188 Michael Nugent - $169,821 Evaldas Aniulis - $122,102 Dominykas Mikolatis - $87,793 Lukas Parednis - $63,124 Clement Tripodi - $45,386 Yonatan Basin - $32,633
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