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  1. The GGPoker Spring Festival may be over, but the massive paydays on GGPoker continue as the 47th edition of the GGPoker Super MILLION$ wrapped up on Tuesday with Wiktor ‘limitless’ Malinowski running white-hot to topple the 184-entry field and the take home $394,852 first-place prize. Perhaps the Spring Festival took the wind (and maybe the bankroll) out of some of the regular high rollers as this week's tournament fell 16 players short of reaching the guarantee leaving GGPoker on the hook for a $160,000 overlay. While an overlay is unusual in the Super MILLION$, a stacked final table is not. This one was no different. Joining Malinowski in the final nine was David Peters, Yuri Dzivielevski, Ami Barer, Lucas Reeves, and eventual runner-up Dario Sammartino, among others. It took nearly an hour of nine-handed play before the first player hit the rail. When folded to in the small blind, China’s ‘judd trump’ shipped their final twelve big blind stack in the middle holding [poker card="ad"][poker card="qc"]. Malinowski in the small blind quickly called with [poker card="5s"][poker card="5c"] in the big blind. The board ran out [poker card="kd"][poker card="9d"][poker card="4s"][poker card="9c"][poker card="3d"], awarding Malinowski’s pocket fives the pot and sending ‘judd trump’ out in ninth for $61,387. Two-time Super MILLION$ champ Lucas Reeves found himself extremely short when he put the last of his chips in on the button with [poker card="kd"][poker card="jc"]. The current #1-ranked online player in the world, Yuri Dzivielevski picked up [poker card="ah"][poker card="kc"] in the small blind and reshipped forcing Ami Barer in the big blind to fold. Although dominated preflop, the flop came [poker card="jh"][poker card="7h"][poker card="5s"] putting Reeves in the lead. But as the [poker card="as"] peeled off on the turn, Dzivielevski took back control of the hand. The [poker card="6h"] river completed the board and ended Reeve’s bid for a third title in eighth place for $77,468. Despite busting Reeves, Dzivielevski was still grinding a short stack. Over thirty minutes later, he played a pot against David Peters that cost him the majority of his stack. From the button, Peters opened with [poker card="kh"][poker card="9h"] and after Sammartino folded, Dzivielevski called holding [poker card="ts"][poker card="9d"]. The flop came [poker card="ks"][poker card="jc"][poker card="9s"] and after Dzivielevski checked, Peters put out abet with his flopped two pair which the Brazilian called. The turn was the [poker card="qh"] giving Dzivielevski the straight, which he checked for a second time over to Peters who checked it back. The river was the [poker card="kd"] bringing in a full house for Peters. Dzivielevski put out a half-pot bet, and Peters took some time and eventually raised for most of his stack. After tanking for two minutes, Dzivielevski made the call and saw the bad news. Peters essentially doubled up while Dzivielevski was left with less than one big blind, which he lost on the very next hand ending his run in seventh place for $97,761. With six players left, Malinowski put in a raise from early position with [poker card="ah"][poker card="kh"] and net to act, Peters shipped his final 25 big blinds with [poker card="ts"][poker card="th"]. Malinowski wasted no time in making the call and the pair flipped for the chip lead. The flop came [poker card="9d"][poker card="8c"][poker card="5s"], keeping Peters’ pocket tens in good shape. But when the [poker card="ac"] hit the turn, Peters was left looking for one of the remaining two tens to stay alive in the tournament. The river was the [poker card="jd"] eliminating Peters in sixth place for $123,370. Although he started the day as the chip leader, Guillaume Nolet was at the bottom of the chip counts with five left. When folded to in the small blind, Nolet moved all-in with his short stack holding [poker card="as"][poker card="9s"], and Malinowski, with a massive chip lead, opted to call holding [poker card="qc"][poker card="9d"]. The flop came [poker card="qs"][poker card="jh"][poker card="6s"], providing a pair to Malinowski and leaving Nolet looking for help. The turn was the [poker card="2s"], opening the possibility of a backdoor flush for the Canadian. But Malinowski was running too hot and the [poker card="7h"] hit the river. Malinowski’s lead increased and Nolet was sent to the rail in fifth place for $155,688. Just two hands later, a battle of the blinds played out as table short stack Ami Barer in the small blind moved all-in with his [poker card="jh"][poker card="tc"] and was quickly called by Aleks Ponakovs and his [poker card="6s"][poker card="6h"]. The flop came [poker card="6d"][poker card="4c"][poker card="3c"] giving Ponakovs top set and leaving Barer drawing thin. The [poker card="8s"] turn effectively ended the hand, as Barer was drawing dead to the [poker card="7d"] river. In his fifth appearance at a Super MILLION$ final table, Barer fell in fourth place and added $196,473 to his bankroll. Just minutes later it looked like Ponakovs was in line to pick up more chips. He put in a min-raise on the button holding [poker card="qc"][poker card="qd"] which prompted Malinowski to three-bet shove his massive stack with [poker card="ah"][poker card="jh"]. Sammartino folded and Ponakovs snap-called. The [poker card="7s"][poker card="2s"][poker card="2d"] flop was clean for the pocket queens. But, yet again, an ace hit the turn as the [poker card="ac"] gave Malinowski a stranglehold on the hand. The river [poker card="3h"] couldn’t save Ponakovs who exited in third place for $247,939. At the start of heads-up play, Malinowski held a better than four-to-one chip lead but Sammartino’s patient play chipped away at Malinowski’s lead. The pair battled for roughly an hour, with Sammartino wrestling the chip lead away for a time. But Malinowski’s heater kicked back in just in time and he bested Sammartino in a hand where he held [poker card="kh"][poker card="6d"] to Sammartino’s [poker card="kc"][poker card="qh"] and the pair got it all in on the flop of a [poker card="kd"][poker card="6c"][poker card="4c"][[poker card="7s"][poker card="6h"] board. Minutes later, it was all over. Malinowski moved all-in with his chip lead and the [poker card="ah"][poker card="qs"] and Sammartino made the call with [poker card="ac"][poker card="8c"]. The board ran out [poker card="kh"][poker card="jd"][poker card="4c"][poker card="tc"][poker card="3s"] giving Malinowski a straight and missing Sammartino’s backdoor flush draw. Sammartino picked up $312,889 as the runner-up and Malinowski earned his first Super MILLION$ title and the $394,852 first-place prize. Super MILLION$ Final Table Payouts (5/4) Wiktor Malinowski - $394,852 Dario Sammartino - $312,889 Aleks Ponakovs - $247,939 Ami Barer - $196,472 Guillaume Nolet $155,688 David Peters - $123,370 Yuri Dzivielevski - $97,761 Lucas Reeves - $77,468 judd trump - $61,367
  2. Three of the most respected high roller regulars each walked away with more than $400,000 in earnings on Thursday in the GGPoker Spring Festival action after they agreed to chopping up the biggest buy-in event on the schedule. Stephen Chidwick, Daniel Dvoress, and Nick Petrangelo made their way through 93 other entries in Event #93 ($25,500 Super High Roller) before chopping up more than $1.3 million. Chidwick wound up with the title and $442,339.13 while Dvoress took second for $435,831.89, and Petrangelo grabbed third place for $433,757.56. Artur Martirosian banked $326,273.34 for winning Event #92 ($10,300 Thursday Thriller Bounty). For the fifth time this series, Christian Rudolph played the role of runner-up, this time earning $197,210.79. Current #1-ranked Yuri Dzivielevski took third place for a $112,820.42 score. Event #87 ($1,050 High Rollers Main Event) drew a 400-entry field with Lucas Reeves beating all of them to win the title and $77,228.57. Konstantin Maslak, who won a GGSF title on the opening day of the series, finished one spot behind Reeves and added $57,913.09 to his winnings. Shyngis Satubayev, who also won a GGSF title in the opening week, finished in third place and walked away with $43,428.68. Rodrigo Selouan denied Joakim Andersson a second GGSF title by beating him heads up in Event #90 ($1,050 6-Max). Selouan scored $89,423.59 for the victory, while Andersson had to settle for $64,654.85. Third place finisher 'Musashi94' took home $46,746.72. Austria's Matthias Eibinger was the only other champion to secure a six-figure payday after he collected $126,793.41 worth of bounties from Event #91 ($5,250 PLO-NL Bounty). The last player to fall victim to Eibinger was Samuli Sipila, who earned $62,828.85 as the runner-up. Third place finisher Andrey Lyubovetskiy collected $45,466.17. 'Joe Biden' managed to do something that nobody has managed to pull off during GGPoker Spring Festival. They sent Niklas Astedt home in second place. 'Joe Biden' outlasted 224 other entries, including Astedt, to win Event #94 ($1,050 Deepstack Bounty Turbo) for $39,108.26. Meanwhile Astedt, who was 4-0 when reaching the heads up stage of the tournament, earned $25,726.32 as the second place finisher. 'JESUSYAAZY' took the final podium spot, earning $16,200.89 for finishing in third. Event #87-H ($1,050 High Rollers Main Event) Entries: 400 Prize pool: $400,000 Lucas Reeves - $77,228.57 Konstantin Maslak - $57,913.09 Shyngis Satubayev - $43,428.68 Event #90-H ($1,050 6-Max) Entries: 459 Prize pool: $459,000 Rodrigo Selouan - $89,423.59 Joakim Andersson - $64,654.85 Musashi94 - $46,746.72 Event #91-H ($5,250 PLO-NL Bounty) Entries: 117 Prize pool: $585,000 Matthias Eibinger - $126,793.41 Samuli Sipila - $62,828.85 Andrey Lyubovetskiy - $45,466.17 Event #92-H ($10,300 Thursday Thriller Bounty) Entries: 157 Prize pool: $1,570,000 Artur Martirosian - $326,273.34 Christian Rudolph - $197,210.79 Yuri Dzivielevski - $112,820.42 Event #93-H ($25,500 Super High Roller) Entries: 96 Prize pool: $2,400,000 Stephen Chidwick - $442,339.13* Daniel Dvoress - $435,831.89* Nick Petrangelo - $433,757.56* *three-way deal Event #94-H ($1,050 Deepstack Bounty Turbo) Entries: 225 Prize pool: $225,000 Joe Biden - $39,108.26 Niklas Astedt - $25,726.32 JESUSYAAZY - $16,200.89
  3. UK high-stakes tournament pro Lucas Reeves joined the elite company of Darren Elias and Michael Addamo this week by becoming just the third player to win the weekly GGPoker Super MILLION$ two or more times. In the 33rd edition of the $10K buy-in event, Reeves emerged from the middle of the final table chip counts to take down the tournament and lock up the $408,406 first-place prize. Reeves is now two-for-two at Super MILLION$ final tables with his first victory coming back in December, when he earned $381,241 while playing under his original screen name ‘Xingyun888’. This week marked the fifteenth time Reeves participated in the Super MILLION$ and he has now amassed a total of just over $811,000 in his three cashes. When nine-handed play began Reeves was sitting fifth in chips, surrounded by another final table packed with top-tier talent. Ole Schemion and worldwide #3-ranked Michael ‘SirWatts’ Watson were above him on the chip counts while Daniel Dvoress and Connor Drinan were beneath, looking to chip up. For his part, Drinan was never able to get anything going. The PokerStars SCOOP record holder started the day as the short stack and subsequently was the first to hit the rail. After dwindling down in chips, Drinan open-shipped his short stack with [poker card="kh"][poker card="qs"] and fellow Canadian Watson made the call in the big blind with [poker card="ah"][poker card="qd"]. The board ran out nine-high and Drinan, who currently sits third in overall Super MILLION$ earnings, used the ninth-place prize of $51,051 to climb over $1.5 million in total Super MILLION$ prize money. After Reeves opened [poker card="qc"][poker card="8d"] on the button, the UK’s ’WanYu’ three-bet his [poker card="ah"][poker card="6h"] from the small blind with 15 big blinds. Dvoress then shipped his [poker card="ad"][poker card="td"] over ’WanYu’ from the big blind and, after Reeves got out of the way, ’WanYu’ committed the rest of his stack. The [poker card="js"][poker card="6c"][poker card="4d"] flop paired ‘WanYu’, but the [poker card="2d"] brought Dvoress some additional flush outs. The [poker card="6d"] on the river completed the runner-runner flush for Dvoress, sending ‘WanYu’ out in eighth place for $66,205. Sweden’s Melker Larsson won his way into this week’s Super MILLION$ by first winning a $100 satellite into a $1,000 satellite and then winning that satellite for his seat into the $10K. After all of that winning, he cruised through the 202 player field and emerged as this week’s final table chip leader. However, with seven left, Larsson found himself in the bottom half of the chip counts. After Dvoress opened from late position with [poker card="as"][poker card="tc"], New Zealand’s David Yan put in a three-bet on the button with [poker card="ac"][poker card="ks"]. Schemion, in the small blind, folded and Larsson, with roughly 20 big blinds, moved all-in from the big blind with [poker card="qc"][poker card="qd"]. Dvoress folded and Yan made the quick call putting Larsson’s tournament at risk. The [poker card="ah"] hit the flop and held through the river, ending Larsson’s incredible run in seventh place for $85,857, the largest online cash of his career. Finland’s Eelis Parssinen, was the next to go when he moved all-in with his last five big blinds with [poker card="qc"][poker card="7c"] and got called by Yan in the small blind with [poker card="ah"][poker card="kh"]. The flop came [poker card="jc"][poker card="6h"][poker card="6s"], but it was the [poker card="ks"] turn that really ended the tournament for Parssinen who exited in sixth place for $111,342. One of the biggest hands of the tournament took place with just five left. From late position, Yan opened with [poker card="ac"][poker card="2h"] prompting a short-stacked Schemion to move all-in for his final ten big blinds with [poker card="ts"][poker card="th"]. In the small blind, Watson, who covered Schemion also moved all-in holding [poker card="8s"][poker card="8h"]. In the big blind, Reeves woke up with [poker card="ks"][poker card="kc"] and followed suit by shipping his stack. Yan quickly folded and it was a three-way all-in. The flop came [poker card="kh"][poker card="jd"][poker card="9d"] giving Reeves top set, Schemion a gutshot straight draw, and leaving Watson drawing dead to running quads. The turn was the [poker card="9s"], essentially ending the hand. Despite making a full house on the [poker card="td"] river, Schemion was ousted in fifth for $144,393. Watson was crippled from the previous hand and left with a stack of less than four big blinds. He immediately moved all-in with [poker card="ah"][poker card="kd"] and was called by Dvoress in the big blind with [poker card="2s"][poker card="2c"]. Dvoress held through the [poker card="th"][poker card="tc"][poker card="td"][poker card="8d"][poker card="jh"] board and ‘SirWatts’ finished his fifth Super MILLION$ final table in fourth place for $187,255. The final three proceeded to pass the chip lead around, evening out the stacks for a time. But after a big clash with Yan, Reeves built his chip stack up over 10 million which gave him a lead he wouldn't surrender. With his commanding chip lead, Reeves open-shipped holding the [poker card="qs"][poker card="7s"] on Dvoress. Dvoress had just over 10 big blinds and called with [poker card="ah"][poker card="3s"] with his tournament on the line. The [poker card="7d"][poker card="4d"][poker card="4c"] flop put Reeves in the lead. The [poker card="5s"] turn gave Dvoress some additional straight outs, but the [poker card="jh"] brick on the river ended Dvoress’ tournament in third-place where he collected $242,840. Heads-up play lasted just six hands when Yan, at a 3:1 chip deficit, raised on the button with [poker card="5h"][poker card="5d"]. In the big blind, Reeves moved all-in with the [poker card="ac"][poker card="tc"] and Yan called with his pocket pair. The [poker card="8c"][poker card="7c"][poker card="4h"] flop gave both players plenty of ways to win the hand, but it was the [poker card="jc"] on the turn that gave Reeves the nut flush and left Yan drawing dead to the [poker card="3d"] river. It was another solid showing for Yan who now has three Super MILLION$ final tables and with his $314,924 runner-up prize, now has earned over $908,000 in this tournament series alone. Super MILLION$ Final Table Results (1/26) 1. Lucas Reeves - $408,406 2. David Yan - $314,924 3. Daniel Dvoress - $242,840 4. Michael Watson - $187,255 5. Ole Schemion - $144,393 6. Eelis Parssinen - $111,342 7. Melker Larsson - $85,857 8. ‘WanYu’ - $66,205 9. Connor Drinan - $51,051
  4. Niklas Astedt is one of the most successful online poker tournament players in history. Astedt has held down the #1 ranking on PocketFives 10 times in his career for a total of 85 weeks. On Sunday, the Swedish poker pro earned the sixth-largest cash of his career by winning Event #15 ($1,050 Weekender) of the World Poker Tour Online series. Astedt made his way through 117 other players before beating a final table that included Jens Lakemeier, Stefan Schillhabel, Manig Loeser, and eventual runner-up Tyler Goatcher. Astedt won $174,751.50 while Goatcher had to settle for $124,333. Sonny Franco came in third for $83,508.70. Matthew Wilkins earned the victory in Event #15 Mini ($109 Weekender) and pocketed $63,285.54. Astedt was the biggest winner on a day but there was a total of six WPT Online titles were awarded and the WPT Online Championship had a strong turnout for its opening Day 1 flight. Event #18 ($3,200 Pot Limit Omaha) had 128 Entries to created a $384,000 Prize Pool. Jacob Carl Schindler outlasted all of them to win the event and earn $96,731.94. Runner-up Mads Amot banked $65,280 for falling one spot short of a title while Espen Myrmo fell two spots short and earned $46,080. Rui Ferreira won Event #18 Mini ($320 Pot Limit Omaha) for $22,560.10 Viktor Ustimov defeated Robin Andreas Berggren heads-up to win Event #21 ($1,050 Mix-Max Turbo Bounty) for a total of just north of $60,000. Ustimov took $26,909.02 from the prize pool and then another $35,195.33 in bounties. Berggren took home $26,876.26 and $1,875 in bounties. A few days removed from winning a PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker title, Lucas Reeves narrowly missed out on a WPT Online title by finishing third for $19,397.91 and $5,007.81 in bounties. Adrian-Sorel State topped the 1,935-entry field in Event #21 Mini ($109 Mix-Max Turbo Bounty) to bank $11,422.11 and another $7,448.35 in bounties. The first of four WPT Main Event starting flights drew 808 entries to create a $2,424,000 prize pool. The event has a $5,000,000 guarantee which should be easily accomplished with Day 1B next Sunday, 1C and 1D next Monday. Abdelhakim Zoufri turned his 40,000 starting stack into 791,877 to bag the chip lead. Kevin Macdonald (668,081), and Julie Ribiero (590,228) rounded out the top three stacks. The WPT500 Day had its eight starting flight on Sunday with Ezequiel Waigel accumulating 435,201 chips to take into Day 2 on Monday. The flight had 696 runners to push the total field to date to 3,816 entries with the final two starting flights on Monday. WPT $3,200 Main Event Day 1A 808 Entries $2,424,000 Prize Pool Top 10 Chip Counts Abdelhakim Zoufri - 791,877 Kevin Macdonald - 668,081 Julie Ribiero - 590,228 Vincenzo Lupoli - 572,192 Sefan Lehner - 560,487 Benny Glaser - 548,623 Ihar Soika - 454,941 Benjamin Van Den Heuvel - 447,438 Pedro Madeira - 445,001 Guillaume Nolet - 443,152 WPT Online Event #15 Mini $109 Weekender 510 Entries $409,500 Prize Pool Matthew Wilkins - $63,285.54 Julio Fantin - $44,348.85 Ricardo Arraiano - $28,501.20 Ivan Zufic - $18,673.20 Pedro Jorge - $12,899.25 Paul A Allen - $8,804.25 Thomas William Bingham - $6,122.02 Philippe Dauteuil - $3,968.05 WPT Online Event #15 $1,050 Weekender 125 Entries $979,000 Prize Pool Niklas Astedt - $174,751.50 Tyler Goatcher - $124,333 Sonny Franco - $83,508.70 Fredrik Andersson - $56,586.20 Manig Loeser - $39,943.20 Stefan Schillhabel - $28,782.60 Jens Lakemeier - $20,559 Javier Zarco - $14,293.40 WPT Online Event #18 Mini $320 Pot Limit Omaha 376 Entries $112,800 Prize Pool Rui Ferreira - $22,560.10 Jamil Kanji - $16,694.40 Pedro Zagalo - $12,126 Akseli Paalanen - $8,547.98 Brett Davies - $6,204 Andreas Torbergsen - $4,286.40 WPT Online Event #18 $3,200 Pot Limit Omaha 128 Entries $384,000 Prize Pool Jacob Carl Schindler - $96,731.94 Mads Amot - $65,280 Espen Myrmo - $46,080 Joao Vieira - $32,640 Ferenc Deak - $24,000 Richard Ashby $15,936 WPT Online Event #21 Mini $109 Mix-Max Turbo Bounty 1,935 Entries $193,500 Prize Pool Adrian-Sorel State - $11,422.11 + $7,448.35 in bounties Lukas Soucek - $11,400.49 + $3,693.56 in bounties Diogo GOmes - $8,669.98 + $2,152.77 in bounties Vadim Shlez - $6,264.76 + $2,084.28 in bounties Oleg Netaliev - $4,150.40 + $1,678.53 in bounties Carlos Eduardo Zeferino Madeira - $2,405.22 + $596.86 in bounties WPT Online Event #21 $1,050 Mix-Max Turbo Bounty 326 Entries $326,000 Prize Pool Viktor Ustimov - $26,909.02 + $35,195.33 in bounties Robin Andreas Berggren - $26,876.26 + $1,875.00 in bounties Lucas Reeves - $19,397.91 + $5,007.81 in bounties Simon Deadman - $14,107.57 + $1,562.00 in bounties Marc-Olivier Grandmaitre - $9,698.95 + $10,468.75 in bounties Shyngis Satubayev - $7,053.78 + $3,156.26 in bounties WPT Online: WPT500 Day 1H 696 Entries $348,000 Prize Pool Top 10 Chip Counts Ezequiel Waigel - 435,201 Yuan Yuan Li - 32,147 Rui Bouquet - 363,423 Jerry Odeen - 329,637 Aleksandr Shevliakov - 308,278 Chirstopher Putz - 289,886 Angel Guillen - 284,871 Georgi Sandev - 284,321 Adrovan Rodrigues Junior - 283,265 Fausto Tantillo - 277,829
  5. After four starting flights and 2,130 entries, the first-ever World Poker Tour Online Championship Event saw just 398 players return for Day 2 on Monday. And at the end of the day, it was Super High Roller savant Sam Greenwood who assumed the overnight chip lead heading into Day 3. Throughout the course of the week, thousands of players packed the lobbies of the WPT Online starting flights helping the WPT crush the event’s $5 million guarantee to the tune of a $6,390,000 prize pool. On Monday, the 398 players that survived those opening flights reunited online to battle for the over $1 million first-place prize. Only 35 of the 398 runners found a virtual bag with tournament specialist Sam Greenwood grabbing the top spot (4,635,621) followed closely by Pascal Hartmann (4,431,202), and Max Silver (4,340,422). Rounding out the top five chip counts are Rayan Chamas and Aram Zobian who also finished the day with over four million in chips. Other notable names to advance include Vincent Bosca Ramon, Amichal Barer, Benny Glaser, Orpen Kisacikoglu, Matthias Eibinger, Fabrizio Gonzalez, Viktor Ustimov, and World Series of Poker Main Event Champion Martin Jacobson. Although 398 players returned for Day 2, only 312 of them were going to get paid. Justin Bonomo, Rui Ferreira, Daniel Dvoress, Christoph Vogelsang, and Ludovic Geilich were among the players who picked up a $5,942.70 min-cash, exiting not long after the money bubble burst. Koray Aldemir (273rd, $6,134.40), #1-ranked Conor Beresford (243rd, $6,326.10), Darren Elias (203rd, $6,645) were able to ladder up a little. Chance Kornuth (184th, $7,604.10), Wiktor Malinowski (149th, $8,882.10), Jorryt Van Hoof (123rd, $9,521.10), Dominik Nitsche (109th, $10,160.10), and Igor Kurganov (108th, $10,160.10) were among those who looked to make a run but fell outside of the top 100. Mohsin Charania (97th, $10,799.10), Simon Deadman (88th, $11,438.10), Mikita Badziakouski (68th, $13,035.60), Chris Kruk (57th, $14,185.80), and Kristen Bicknell (43rd, $16,741.80) were among those who nearly advanced to day three but ultimately fell just short. With 35 players left, everyone is guaranteed a payday of at least $18,594.90 while the top seven are promised a six-figure score. There were plenty of six-figure scores to be had in the two-day Event #37 ($25,500 Super High Roller) as 91 players battled for the over half-a-million first-place prize. After a deal was made, Dan Smith emerged victorious taking home $555,503.38 for first while Daniel Dvoress agreed to accept $456,871.63 as the runner-up. It turned out to be a nice day for Lucas Reeves as well, in addition to finishing in 51st place in the Championship Event for $15,463 he also claimed the bronze in the High Roller for a more substantial $295,750 payday. There were more huge scores to be had as those who had busted out of the Main Event were given another $3,200 event to play at the same time. Event #41 ($3,200 Second Chance Turbo) had 110 entries as Phillip Mighall booked the win and banked $80,850 for first. Former #1-ranked PocketFiver, Andras Nemeth finished as the runner-up, adding $57,750 to his bankroll. And while his brother was leading the Main Event, Luc Greenwood was bringing honor to the family name by claiming the bronze in the Second Chance, earning $41,250 for his efforts. Event #20 - $3,200 WPT Online Championship 2,130 entries $6,390,000 prize pool Top 10 Chip Counts Sam Greenwood - 4,635,621 Pascal Hartmann - 4,431,202 Max Silver - 4,340,422 Rayan Chamas - 4,246,913 Aram Zobian - 4,246,619 Christian Jeppsson - 3,901,810 Mihail Zavoloka - 3,498,341 Maximilian Lehmanski - 3,155,635 Nikita Kupchin - 3,039,865 Daniel Reijmer - 3,005,600 Event #37: $25,500 Super High Roller 91 entries $2,275,000 prize pool Dan Smith - $555,503.38 Daniel Dvoress - $456,871.63 Lucas Reeves - $295,750 Rob Lipkin - $204,750 John O’ Shea - $159,250 Elias Talvitie - $113,750 Event #41: $3,200 Second Chance Turbo 110 entries $330,000 prize pool Phillip Mighall - $80,850 Andras Nemeth - $57,750 Luc Greenwood - $41,250 David Gradic - $28,875 Igor Yaroshevskyy - $21,450 Stewart Kirby - $16,500
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