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The 2020 World Series of Poker Main Event has arrived. The unique live-online hybrid solution to finding a successor to current reigning World Champion Hossein Ensan gives players, both in the United States and internationally, one final shot at winning a gold bracelet in 2020. Last updated: Sunday, December 7, 2020 The tournament, which comes with a traditional $10,000 buy-in and is a true freezeout, will hold all of its starting flights online. Players in the United States can travel to Nevada or New Jersey to play in a single opening flight on WSOP.com while international players have three starting flights to choose from on GGPoker. These two separate online tournaments will spawn two different final tables which will be played out live. The final nine from the WSOP.com player pool will determine a winner in Las Vegas as GGPoker's final table will battle it out at King’s Casino in Rozvadov. Ultimately, the winner of each final table will face off in a winner-take-all heads-up battle in front of the ESPN camera on December 30 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. The winner of that match will take home an additional $1 million and the title of WSOP World Champion. WSOP Main Event Schedule (GGPoker) [table id=130 /] WSOP Main Event Schedule (WSOP.com) [table id=128 /] Julian Menhardt Leads GGPoker Day 1A Survivors [caption id="attachment_633135" align="aligncenter" width="799"] The opening flights of the 2020 World Series of Poker are underway online. (photo: World Poker Tour)[/caption] The first flight of the 2020 World Series of Poker Main Event had 246 entries take their one-and-only shot in the $10,000 buy-in tournament. At the end of 16 30-minute levels, just 62 players advanced to day two with Germany’s Julian ‘VWgunther’ Menhardt bagging the chip lead with 534,490 chips (107 big blinds). Germany’s Paul ‘AsiaStylez’ Esau finished the day with 472,075 (94 bbs) for second in chips while the Netherlands Dirk Gerritse rounded out the top three with a 472,075 stack (91 bbs). Plenty of star power entered and survived through Day 1A. This includes former WSOP Main Event standout Preben Stokkan, a pair of Brazil’s best in Brunno Botteon and former #1-ranked player Yuri Dzivielevski, Anatoly Filatov, Daniel Dvoress, and Russia’s Artur Martirosian among others. For others though, the dream of becoming the WSOP Main Event champ will have to wait another year. Fedor Holz, Kristen Bicknell, Christian Rudolph, Julien Martini, and former #1-ranked players Steven van Zadelhoff and Andreas Nemeth were among those notable players who busted before the day was done. Joining them on the rail are the likes of Pablo Brito Silva, Jans Arends, Ole Schemion, Rainer Kempe, Christian Jeppsson, Sebastian Sikorski, and Patrik Antonius. The players that made it through to Day 2 of the WSOP 2020 Main Event will return to the online tables on December 7 and merge with the remaining fields of Day 1B and Day 1C to play down to a final table of nine. Day 1A Top 10 Chip Counts (GGPoker) [table id=129 /] Blaž Žerjav Takes Overall Chip Lead On Day 1B [caption id="attachment_633168" align="aligncenter" width="696"] The 2020 WSOP Main Event has a new chip leader after Day 1B. (photo: PokerFactor)[/caption] The World Series of Poker 2020 Main Event continued on December 5 as 171 players opted to take their $10,000 shot on Day 1B. After roughly nine-and-a-half hours of play, 16 total levels, just 42 players survived the day with their dream of becoming the next WSOP World Champion in tact. Slovania’s Blaž Žerjav, third-place finisher in the 2018 partypoker MILLIONS Online, finished the day atop the chip counts with a stack of 639,394 (128 bbs), good for an overall chip lead through two flights. Žerjav was followed closely by Brazil’s #9-ranked player, Rodrigo Valente (592,043, 118 bbs) in second place and Isreal’s Amir Divr (538,003, 108 bbs) in third. Online poker’s former #1-ranked crusher from Russia, Artem ‘veeea’ Vezhenkov was the only other player to end the day with over 100bbs, finishing in fourth place with 551,114 in chips, good for 102 big blinds. Day 1B saw its share of notable names make it through to Day 2 including World Series of Poker gold bracelet winners Simon Lofberg, Toby Joyce, and Barak Wisbrod. Joining them in advancing was the likes of PokerStars EPT Monte Carlo SHR winner Sergio Aido, Swedish pros Anton Wigg and Simon Mattsson, as well as PokerStars WCOOP winner Alex Difelice. With nearly 3/4th of the field busting throughout the day, it’s fair to say that there was plenty of big-time talent that found themselves on the outside looking in. Some of those who shot and missed included GGPoker ambassadors Felipe Ramos and Kevin Martin, 888poker ambassador Daria Feshchenko, Team partypoker pro Dzmitry Urbanovich, Sylvain Loosli, Bert ‘girafganger’ Stevens, Jens Kyllonen, Ivan ‘zufo16’ Zufic, Adrian Mateos, and former #1-ranked Swedish pro Niklas Astedt. Day 1B Top 10 Chip Counts (GGPoker) [table id=133 /] Senthuran Vijayaratnam Tops Day 1C, Takes Overall Chip Lead Into Day 2 The final starting day of the 2020 World Series of Poker Main Event on GGPoker saw another 257 players post their $10,000 buy-in to boost the field size to a three-day total of 674 runners. This landed the total prize pool at $6,470,400 assuring a seven-figure score of $1,550,969 for GGPoker’s eventual winner as well as awarding $1,062,723 for the runner-up. At the end of another 16 levels, 75 players virtually bagged chips in Day 1C making for a total remaining field size of just 179 players who will return for Day 2 on Monday. Of those still in the hunt to become the 2020 WSOP World Champion, 80 will make the money and just nine will lock up a seat at the live final table, which set to take place at King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic on December 16. Canada’s Senthuran Vijayaratnam leveraged the largest of the three starting flights to launch himself to the top of the overall chip counts. Vijayaratnam has a healthy lead on the field after dragging 966,714 (193 bbs) in chips, a number far above the tournament’s second-place player, the UK’s Jesse Wigan. Wigan just out chipped Day 1b chip leader Blaž Žerjav after finishing the day with 642,276 (128 bbs) in chips. Russia’s Viacheslav Buldygin rounds out the Day 1C top three, locking up 480,671 in chips to advance to Day 2. Day 1C had its fair share of notable names who made their way to the end of the day including WSOP bracelet winners Jonas Lauck and Sung Joo Hyun. Joining them in advancing to Day 2 include the likes of Gediminas Uselis, Damian Salas, Alexandros Kolonias, Ludovic Geilich, Antonine Saout, and Gary Hasson among others. Just like all of the other starting flights before it, Day 1C also saw plenty of big-time talent bust out before the end of the day. Eleven former bracelet winners failed to advance including GGPoker ambassador Bertrand ‘ElkY’ Grospellier, Davidi Kitai, Mike Leah, and 2020 WSOP Online Main Event winner Stoyan Madanzhiev. It was the same fate for the notable names of Dietrich Fast, Patrick Tardif, Dario Sammartino, Benjamin Rolle, Maksim ‘MAMOHT_T’ Mamonov, Mikita Badziakouski, David Peters, Kitty Kuo, and 2014 WSOP Main Event winner Martin Jacobson. Day 1C Top 10 Chip Counts (GGPoker) [table id=134 /] Day 1 Combined Top 10 Chip Counts [table id=135 /]
The Irish Poker Open kicked off online at partypoker on Monday, April 6, and the series ran through April 12. The series had 22 events, including the €1,100 Main Event. The Irish Poker Open Main Event drew 2,945 entries and it was Pablo Brito Silva finishing in first place for €462,100. Silva defeated Andras Nemeth in heads-up play to take the victory. After Silva took out Eduardo Silva in fourth place and Sihao Zhang in third place, he took the chip lead into the duel against Nemeth. The two battled for about an hour before Silva dealt the final blow. On the final hand, Silva opened to 1.6 million on the button with the blinds at 400,000-800,000 with a 100,000 ante. Nemeth called and then checked the [poker card="Jc"][poker card="8d"][poker card="4c"] flop. Silva bet 2.55 million and Nemeth called to see the [poker card="Td"] land on the turn. Nemeth checked and Silva fired 6.375 million. Nemeth check-raised to 25.941 million for all but a tiny handful of his chips and Silva put him all in. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"] Nemeth made the call with the [poker card="Jd"][poker card="Tc"] but he was behind the [poker card="9h"][poker card="7c"] for Silva. The river was the [poker card="3h"] and Silva won the pot to win the 2020 Irish Poker Open Main Event. [caption id="attachment_630042" align="aligncenter" width="1017"] Final hand of the 2020 Irish Poker Open Main Event[/caption] Less than two months ago, Silva has victorious in the partypoker MILLIONS South America Main Event for $1 million. Irish Poker Open Main Event Results €1,100 buy-in €1,000,000 guarantee 2,945 entries €2,945,000 prize pool Pablo Brito Silva - €462,100 Andras Nemeth - €325,423 Sihao Zhang - €210,723 Eduardo Silva - €139,004 Gerard Finlay - €96,302 Tom Middleton - €65,821 Parker Talbot - €45,648 Shaun Conroy - €29,097 Silva wasn’t the only big winner from the 2020 Irish Poker Open. The series featured several other events, including a few that turned out to be quite large competitions. Among the other winners was Ioannis Angelo-Konstas, who topped the field in Event #03: €500K Gtd [High Roller] to win €172,188.25. Angelo-Konstas topped Lukas Matthias Nowakowski after a deal that saw Nowakowski take home €168,180.26. Another high roller event, Event #08: €200K Gtd [High Roller], saw Joao Vieira take home the lion’s share of the prize pool by winning it for €70,809.20. In Event #13: €100K Gtd [Mini Irish Open], it was Florian Ptacnik against Joshua Mccully in the end. Ptacnik came out on top to win the €33,870.82 first-place prize. Mccully won €24,098.25 for his runner-up finish. Dean Hutchinson was triumphant in Event #16: €200K Gtd [JP Poker Masters] for €49,302.80, topping the 529-player field. Former WSOP Main Event final tablist Michiel Brummelhuis topped the field in Event #21: €50K Gtd [Liam Flood Memorial, 6-Max] to win €17,482.10. Full 2020 Irish Poker Open Results Event #01: €100K Gtd [NLH, 6-Max] €320 buy-in €100,000 guarantee 441 entries €132,300 prize pool Christopher Andler - €18,615.29 Qi Hu - €18,012.99 Daniel Koloszar - €15,780.34 Rodrigo Perez - €15,659.02 Alex Lindop - €6,879.60 Anton Yakuba - €4,365.90 Event #02: €30K Gtd [Deepstack] €162 buy-in €30,000 guarantee 335 entries €50,250 prize pool Przemyslaw Piotrowski - €9,748.66 Tomas Paiva - €7,035 Alex Zeligman - €4,874.25 Granit Shabani - €3,492.37 Rihards Dobelis - €2,487.37 Sean Hopkin - €1,844.17 Stephen Woodhead - €1,281.37 Alfred Karlsson - €934.65 Event #03: €500K Gtd [High Roller] €5,200 buy-in €500,000 guarantee 179 entries €895,000 prize pool Ioannis Angelo-Konstas - €172,188.25 Lukas Matthias Nowakowski - €168,180.26 Thomas Muehloecker - €103,820 Akseli Paalanen - €74,285 Alexey Savenkov - €51,910 Lucas Reeves - €40,275 Jack Sinclair - €31,325 Dario Sammartino - €24,612.50 Event #04: €15K Gtd [PLO, Deepstack] €162 buy-in €15,000 guarantee 167 entries €25,050 prize pool Matthew Eardley - €6,239.14 Kevin Allen - €4,008 Luke Hallinan - €2,818.12 Chris Turnbull - €2,041.57 Kirill Dmitriev - €1,503 Brendan Naughton - €1,002 Event #05: €40K Gtd [Heads-Up] €320 buy-in €40,000 guarantee 175 entries €52,500 prize pool Gabor Szabo - €11,025 Frederic Max - €11,025 Audrius Stakelis - €4,200 Michael Sklenicka - €4,200 Yiannis Liperis - €1,837.50 Martijn Gerrits - €1,837.50 Dimitrios Kalaroutis - €1,837.50 Usman Ulhaq - €1,837.50 Event #06: €50K Gtd [Hendon Mob Championship] €265 buy-in €50,000 guarantee 379 entries €94,750 prize pool Sosia Jiang - €18,381.66 Morten Per Varbaek Mortensen - €9,190.75 Riccardo Ienco - €9,190.75 Aaron Spence - €6,585.12 Mike Lafable - €4,690.12 Robert Malvasi - €3,477.32 Kevin Javier - €2,416.12 Ian O’Hara - €1,762.35 Event #08: €200K Gtd [High Roller] €2,100 buy-in €200,000 guarantee 154 entries €308,000 prize pool Joao Vieira - €70,809.20 Simon Higgins - €50,820 Aaron Van Blarcum - €36,960 Wilhelm Isaak - €26,180 Elliot Smith - €18,480 Guntis Aleskins - €14,630 Juha Helppi - €11,642.40 Simon Mattson - €9,240 Event #09: €50K Gtd [Deepstack] €162 buy-in €50,000 guarantee 540 entries €81,000 prize pool Robert Malvasi - €15,098.40 Gianluca Speranza - €10,732.50 Joseph Van Sommeren - €7,314.30 Niklas Warlich - €5,062.50 Ognyan Dimov - €3,564 Guntis Aleskins - €2,575.80 Michael O’Sullivan - €1,854.90 Chen Chen - €1,328.40 Event #12: €20K Gtd [PLO, Deepstack] €162 buy-in €20,000 guarantee 221 entries €33,150 prize pool Mantas Bulotas - €7,790.34 Dave Jeanneau - €5,138.25 Eetu Porkka - €3,653.06 John Spillane - €2,668.57 Jeremy Eschen - €1,989 Kai-Are Ringstad - €1,326 Event #13: €100K Gtd [Mini Irish Open] €265 buy-in €100,000 guarantee 759 entries €189,750 prize pool Florian Ptacnik - €33,870.82 Joshua Mccully - €24,098.25 Michael Rodrigues - €16,185.67 Rodrigo Marques Camp - €10,967.55 Eetu Porkka - €7,741.80 Pedro Daniel Claus - €5,578.65 Juha Salminen - €3,984.75 Ian Modder - €2,770.35 Event #14: €15K Gtd [PLO, Deepstack] €162 buy-in €15,000 guarantee 195 entries €29,250 prize pool Erik Lemarquand - €7,285.24 Rishi Makkar - €4,680 Bengt Sonnert - €3,290.62 Carson Barton - €2,383.87 Grzegorz Pomersbach - €1,755 Joe Brindle - €1,170 Event #15: €30K Gtd [Deepstack] €162 buy-in €30,000 guarantee 390 entries €58,500 prize pool Liz Seeley - €11,173.50 Elliott Peterman - €8,014.50 Brynjar Bjarkason - €5,499 Douglas Ferreira Souza - €3,861 Andrei Lazutochkin - €2,761.20 Arnaud Enselme - €2,012.40 Cathal Mullaney - €1,421.55 Kevin Duffy - €1,035.45 Event #16: €200K Gtd [JP Poker Masters] €530 buy-in €200,000 guarantee 529 entries €264,500 prize pool Dean Hutchinson - €49,302.80 Michael Kane - €35,046.25 Joshua Herman - €23,884.35 Andrej Tekel - €16,531.25 Adrian Apmann - €11638 Stewart Kirby - €8,411.10 Michael Wywrot - €6,057.05 Tomas Soderstrom - €4,337.80 Event #17: €50K Gtd [PLO, 6-Max] €320 buy-in €50,000 guarantee 529 entries €81,600 prize pool Sander Van Wesemael - €19,176.05 Paul Samuel Leckey - €12,648 Marco Oliveira - €8,992.15 Paul Hockin - €6,568.80 Tamer Kamel - €4,896 Christopher Frank - €3,264 Event #18: €50K Gtd [€25 Scalps, Bounty] €162 buy-in €50,000 guarantee 565 entries €85,880 prize pool Tim Vukson - €10,476.64 + €300 in bounties Douglas Ferreira Souza - €10,461.99 + €200 in bounties Stuart Guite - €7,134.84 + €200 in bounties John Priest - €4,938.28 + €75 in bounties Kristoffer Edberg - €3,476.55 + €175 in bounties Gonzalo Robles - €2,512.60 + €375 in bounties Sergey Chubinyn - €1,809.38 + €150 in bounties Mikael Andersson - €q,290.80 + €300 in bounties Event #20: €50K Gtd [PLO, 8-Max] €1,050 buy-in €50,000 guarantee 147 entries €147,000 prize pool Andreas Torbergsen - €33,795.30 Kamel Mokhammad - €24,255 Riku Santeri Piiroinen - €17,640 Christopher Wood - €12,495 Kristoffer Edberg - €8,820 Nikos Lampropoulos - €6,892.50 Alfred Karlsson - €5,556.60 Yuri Dzivielevski - €4,410 Event #21: €50K Gtd [Liam Flood Memorial, 6-Max] €265 buy-in €50,000 guarantee 448 entries €112,000 prize pool Michiel Brummelhuis - €17,482.10 Waheed Ashraf - €16,486.77 Niall McAree - €15,478.49 Thomas Haarstad - €8,176 Ranno Sootla - €5,824 Daria Krashennikova - €3,696 Event #22: €30K Gtd [Deepstack] €162 buy-in €30,000 guarantee 529 entries €79,350 prize pool Christopher Johnson - €14,791 Mark Muldoon - €10,513.87 Garrett Devine - €7,165.30 Andrey Ivlev - €4,959.37 Ilya Barkov - €3,491.40 Ioannis Angelo-Konstas - €2,523.33 Vitor Dzivielevski - €1,817.11 Feargus Murphy - €1,301.34
A handful of WPT Online events wrapped up over the weekend on partypoker, although it was a quieter weekend for the series. The biggest winner was Benjamin Voreland, and we also saw notables Niklas Astedt and Pablo Brito Silva grab titles. For Astedt, it was his second title of the WPT Online series. In Event #49 Mini: $215 PLO Knockout [6-Max], Astedt topped the 320-entry field to win $5,282.98 plus $6,219.54 in bounties. That's a total score of $11,502.52. Astedt beat Javier Zarco in heads-up play, with Zarco taking home $5,276.32 plus $3,032.03 in bounties. Astedt, one of the most successful online tournament players in history, previously won Event #15: $1,050 Weekender as part of this World Poker Tour Online festival. In that event, he took home a winning score of $174,751.50. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"] In the bigger buy-in version of Event #49, the $2,100 PLO Knockout [6-Max] tournament, Voreland won $71,441.30 for finishing in first place. That score came from $23,691.30 in prize money plus $47,750 in bounties. There was 104 players in the field. Also reaching the final table were a couple of players to have enjoyed some success recently, Connor Drinan and Jason Mercier. Drinan just recently won his fifth title of this year's PokerStars SCOOP series and Mercier was the winner of the WPT Online $10,300 PLO High Roller a couple of days ago for almost $280,000. Event #50's two tournaments actually wrapped up on Saturday, with Alastair Smith winning Event #50 Mini: $55 6-Max Turbo for $6,817.09 and Silva winning Event #50: $530 6-Max Turbo for $21,170.64. Smith topped a field of 802 entries, whereas Silva bat out a field of 170 entries. In Event #51 Mini: $55 8-Max Turbo Bounty, it was Sam Mather becoming victorious for $6,291.69 plus $5,002.02 in bounties. He topped a big field of 1,906 entries to take this title. Maximillian Diender picked up $14,478.07 plus $18,921.91 in bounties for winning Event #51: $530 8-Max Turbo Bounty. Diender finished in first place from a field of 378 entries. At the final table, Diender beat Sarah Targul in heads-up play, while Benjamin Rolle and Simon Mattsson placed seventh and eighth, respectively. Event #49 Mini: $215 PLO Knockout [6-Max] Entries: 320 Prize pool: $64,000 Niklas Astedt - $5,282.98 + $6,219.54 in bounties Javier Zarco - $5,276.32 + $3,032.03 in bounties Tomas Geleziunas - $3,808.18 + $1,545.31 in bounties Danil Karavaev - $2,769.58 + $1,656.25 in bounties Andres Ojeda - $1,904.09 + $1,034.37 in bounties Li Zhang - $1,384.79 + $1,131.25 in bounties Event #49: $2,100 PLO Knockout [6-Max] Entries: 104 Prize pool: $208,000 Benjamin Voreland - $23,691.30 + $47,750 in bounties Niki Juhani Numisto - $23,670.46 + $4,750 in bounties Sam Higgs - $14,572.83 + $4,500 in bounties Joni Jouhkimainen - $10,626.02 + $500 in bounties Connor Drinan - $7,590.01 + $5,125 in bounties Jason Mercier - $5,161.21 + $2,625 in bounties Event #50 Mini: $55 6-Max Turbo Entries: 802 Prize pool: $40,100 Alastair Smith - $6,817.09 Joel Holmberg - $5,022.20 David Greene - $3,809.50 Breno Andrade - $2,606.50 Garry Stevens Smith - $1,804.50 Ilya Yakunin - $1,203 Event #50: $530 6-Max Turbo Entries: 170 Prize pool: $85,000 Pablo Brito Silva - $21,170.64 Martin Gaudreault Remillard - $13,600 Fabio Sperling - $9,562.50 Ankush Mandavia - $6,927.50 Arnaud Enselme - $5,100 Linus Thor - $3,400 Event #51 Mini: $55 8-Max Turbo Bounty Entries: 1,906 Prize pool: $95,300 Sam Mather - $6,291.69 + $5,002.02 in bounties Jacobus Visser - $6,281.15 + $1,732.65 in bounties Vyacheslav Nikulin - $4,086.89 + $1,038.59 in bounties Govand Amin - $2,721.08 + $227.74 in bounties Vaidas Smigelskas - $1,924.79 + $955.68 in bounties Steve Trepanier - $1,339.44 + $1,485.67 in bounties Jordan Greenlees - $922.84 + $509.90 in bounties Afonso Palma Ferro - $601.16 + $517.56 in bounties Event #51: $530 8-Max Turbo Bounty Entries: 378 Prize pool: $189,000 Maximillian Diender - $14,478.07 + $18,921.91 in bounties Sarah Targul - $14,459.14 + $8,941.41 in bounties Joris Ruys - $10,24.66 + $3,511.72 in bounties Jelle Moene - $7,182.62 + $1,062.50 in bounties Hendrik Hovsepyan - $5,115.68 + $1,335.94 Christopher Johnson - $3,792.83 + $1,273.44 in bounties Benjamin Rolle - $2,635.35 + $1,187.50 in bounties Simon Mattsson - $1,922.25 + $1,062.50 in bounties