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  1. The final events of the inaugural World Poker Tour Online Series played out on partypoker this weekend including Sunday's spotlight tournament, the $500K Gtd Weekender, and what turned into a star-studded final table of the $1,575 Bounty Hunter. Brazil’s Rodrigo ‘selouan1991’ Selouan closed out the online festival with the largest score of the day by topping the 115-runner field of Event #55 ($1,050 Weekender, Final Day) to collect an online career-high $151,725 payday. Selouan, currently ranked #86 in the world, adds a WPT Online title to his other impressive accolades that include a partypoker POWERFEST victory, PokerStars Winter Series win, and a PocketFives Triple Crown which he picked up in November 2019. The six-figure score will send Selouan past the $3 million mark in lifetime online earnings. PokerStars Caribbean Adventure 2013 champion Dimitar Danchev was forced to settle for second place in this event, but he still collected a healthy $107,950 to add to his bankroll. Viktor Zsemiye fell in third place and earned $72,505 for his efforts. The current #1-ranked player in the world, Conor Beresford ended up in fourth place and took home $49,130. The final two players in the $109 Mini Weekender cut a deal that had Brazil’s Matheus Adrian declared the official winner taking home $47,203.48 for first. Tudor Purice from Austria took home nearly as much, locking up $46,381.12 as the runner-up. Joao Divino Domeles Neto was on the outside of the deal, falling in third place but still walking away with $25,077.75. In the final event of the series, Event #56 ($530 Closer) Russia’s Sergei ‘Futti18’ Koliakov was the last player standing. Ranked #19 in the world, Koliakov bested the 1181-runner field for a $39,737.08 score plus an additional $28,820.41 in bounties. Fellow Russian Stoyan Obreshkov finished in second place and picked up $39,677.39 plus $12,127.22 in bounties. France’s Ivan Emanuely found his tournament end in third place for which he picked up a total score of $37,327.46. Daniel Paul Haddon Pickles took home the title in Event #56 ($55 Mini Closer) earning $15,131.90 for first place plus another $7,096.71 in bounties. Martins Kliens was the runner-up and collected $15,103.28 and another $5,456.27 in bounties. And Tudor Aioanei finished in third place which paid out $9,695.17 and he collected another $1,975.96 in bounties. In other action over the weekend, Barry Hutter picked up a WPT Online title after taking down Event #54 ($1,575 Bounty Hunter, 8-Max) for $42,400.15 plus another $52,171.93 in bounties. His combined total of $94,572.08 is the fourth-largest WPT cash and pushes his lifetime total WPT cashes just up over $1 million. Joao Vieira, who has found himself at several final tables over the past week, finished as the runner-up and walked away with $42,344.63 and an additional $25,617.19 in bounties. Scott Hill climbed into third place, securing a total score $38,908.74. The Bounty Hunter had an exceptionally stacked final table that included partypoker ambassadors Kristen Bicknell (4th, $26,541) and Ludovic Geilich (6th, $17,200) as well as recreational high roller Lauren Roberts who finished in fifth for a total score of $16,200.38. The Mini Bounty Hunter saw Pablo Roman defeat a field of 1517 entries to clinch the title and a first-place prize of $15,100.09 and an additional $13,577.62 in bounties. Marco Mucha was the runner-up, taking home $15,086.53 plus $1,456.65 in bounties. Finally, Francois Billard fell in third place and logged off with a score of $9,813.64 and an additional $3,368.30 in bounties. Event #54: $1,575 Bounty Hunter, 8-Max 369 entries $553,500 prize pool Barry Hutter - $42,400.15 + $52,171.93 in bounties Joao Vieira - $42,344.63 + $25,617.19 in bounties Scott Hill - $29,357.95 + $9,550.79 in bounties Kristen Bicknell - $21,034.82 + $5,507.81 in bounties Lauren Roberts - $14,981.63 + $1,218.75 in bounties Ludovic Geilich - $11,107.59 + $6,093.74 in bounties Casio Pisapia De Almeida Kiles - $7,717.59 + $375 in bounties Kristoffer Johan Rautio - $5,629.46 + $7,804 in bounties Event #54: $162 Mini Bounty Hunter, 8-Max 1517 entries $227,550 prize pool Pablo Roman - $15,110.09 + $13,577.62 in bounties Marco Mucha - $15,086.53 + $1,456.65 in bounties Francois Billard - $9,813.64 + $3,368.30 in bounties Evgeny Nekrasov - $6,555.01 + $1,462.81 in bounties John Bakalis - $4,655.19 + $1,524.04 in bounties Gustavo Restelatto Tochetto - $3,271.21 + $1,139.06 in bounties Robert Kacinski - $2,264.68 + $2,854.70 in bounties Brunno Botteon De Albuquerque - $1,497.21 + $1,642.97 in bounties Event #55: $1,050 Weekender [Final] 115 entries $850,000 prize pool Rodrigo Selouan - $151,725 Dimitar Danchev - $107,950 Viktor Zsemlye - $72,505 Conor Beresford - $49,130 Tomas Paiva - $34,680 Pedro Marques - $24,990 Renato Ribeiro - $17,850 Andrei Chernokoz - $12,410 Event #55: $109 Mini-Weekender [Final] 440 entries $354,900 prize pool Matheus Adrian - $47,203.48* Tudor Purice - $46,381.12* Joao Divino Domeles Neto - $25,077.75 Pomah Oypmahob - $16,672.38 Felipe Boianovsky - $11,587.65 Carl Carlsson - $7,921.11 Mihail Surin - $5,447.92 Bruno Cardoso - $3,447.92 Event #56: $530 Closer 1181 entries $590,500 prize pool Sergei Koliakov - $39,737.08 + $28,820.41 in bounties Stoyan Obreshkov - $39,677.39 + $12,127.22 in bounties Ivan Emanuely - $26,069.87 + $11,257.59 in bounties Niklas Astedt - $17,445 + $5,110.35 in bounties Troy Quenneville - $12,367.73 + $2,589.84 in bounties Luc Lafontaine - $8,722.50 + $4,665.53 in bounties Jakub Oliva - $6,118.76 + $3,503.90 in bounties Emil Olsson - $5,403.34 + $4,100.87 in bounties Event #56: $55 Mini Closer 5,078 entries $253,900 prize pool Daniel Paul Haddon Pickles - $15,131.90 + $7,096.71 in bounties Martins Kliens - $15,103.28 + $5,456.27 in bounties Tudor Aioanei - $9,695.17 + $1,975.96 in bounties Craig Stewart - $6,312.47 + $483.82 in bounties Bruno Gizdic - $4,335.22 + $1,398.67 in bounties Daniel Lynch - $2,941.10 + $2,134.81 in bounties Terrence Green - $2,067.83 + $1,499.98 in bounties Macelo Tadeu - $1,330.43 + $1,130.58 in bounties
  2. In the first 50 years of the World Series of Poker just two players from South Africa managed to win bracelets. Early Wednesday morning, Michael 'YesPlease' Clacher became the third to do it. Clacher beat out 1,341 other entries in WSOP Online Event #36 ($1,500 Fifty Stack NLHE) to take home $297,496.30 and the jewellery. He joins Norman Keyser (1989) and Hugh Todd (1990) as bracelet winners from his home country. Clacher started the final table trailing only Olivier 'BigPapyBoss' Rebello in chips. Rebello got things started not long after the final table began. Jose 'Machenzzio' Davilla moved all in from middle position with [poker card="4c"][poker card="4s"] and Rebello called from the big blind with [poker card="ad"][poker card="8c"]. The [poker card="ac"][poker card="7d"][poker card="3d"] flop gave Rebello control and Davilla found no help on the [poker card="tc"] turn nor [poker card="kd"] river and was eliminated in ninth. Three minutes later, Joao Vieira raised to 1,000,000 from middle position and Viktor 'Ryuzaki1' Zsemlye moved all in from the small blind for 5,090,054 and Joao Vieira called. Zsemlye showed [poker card="ac"][poker card="qs"] and Vieira tabled [poker card="qc"][poker card="qd"]. Zsemlye could do nothing but watch as the [poker card="3d"][poker card="2c"][poker card="2h"][poker card="kd"][poker card="8d"] run out eliminated him in eighth place. Two of the players at the final table sold action in the GGPoker client and both managed to give their investors a solid return. Rebello raised to 1,050,000 from UTG+1 with [poker card="ac"][poker card="qs"] and Rich 'DadPoker' Dixon, who sold 35% of himself, moved all in from the hijack for 4,735,158 with [poker card="kh"][poker card="qh"] before Martin 'FuTimReilly' Zamani reshoved from the button for 4,983,978 with [poker card="jc"][poker card="js"] forcing Rebello to fold. Dixon failed to connect with the [poker card="ad"][poker card="7c"][poker card="5h"] flop and was eliminated in seventh when the [poker card="4c"] turn and [poker card="4d"] river completed the board. The other player who sold action was the next to go. Neel 'Neel' Joshi sold 20% of himself at no mark-up and gave his investors a 40-1 return. Action folded to Rebello in the small blind and he moved all in for 15,159,790 with [poker card="jc"][poker card="jd"] and Joshi called all in with [poker card="jh"][poker card="th"]. The [poker card="ah"][poker card="6c"][poker card="5s"][poker card="td"][poker card="8d"] runout couldn't save Joshi from a sixth place finish. Five minutes later Zamani picked up another elimination. Zamani opened to 1,500,000 from the cutoff and Vieira moved all in for 10,215,368 from the small blind before Rodrigo 'PAPAI_PIG' Dos Santos Caprioli moved all in over the top. Zamani folded and Vieira showed [poker card="ac"][poker card="7c"] while Caprioli held [poker card="as"][poker card="jh"]. The [poker card="kh"][poker card="8c"][poker card="7d"] flop move Vieira ahead. The [poker card="4h"] turn was a safe card for Vieira but the [poker card="jd"] river gave Caprioli the pot to send Vieira out in fifth. Zamani was the next player out. First to act, Zamani raised to 4,000,000 with [poker card="ah"][poker card="9h"] and Caprioli made it 7,200,000 from the small blind with [poker card="ac"][poker card="js"]. Zamani responded by moving all in for 12,150,301 and Caprioli called. Neither player was able to make a pair on the [poker card="8c"][poker card="2c"][poker card="2h"][poker card="5s"][poker card="7h"] runout and Zamani was eliminated in fourth when Caprioli's jack kicker played. Clacher picked up his first elimination of the night after 12 minutes of three-handed play. Clacher moved all in from the button for 19,115,720 with [poker card="5c"][poker card="5s"] and Rebello called for 13,944,804 from the big blind with [poker card="ad"][poker card="jd"]. The [poker card="qh"][poker card="tc"][poker card="2s"] flop gave Rebello extra outs but the [poker card="5h"] turn gave Clacher a set. The [poker card="ac"] river paired Rebello but it wasn't good enough to save him from a third place result. Heads up play began with the players nearly tied in chips and t,he pair battled for 12 minutes before Clacher ended things. Caprioli raised to 2,000,000 from the button and Clacher called. The flop was [poker card="9c"][poker card="5h"][poker card="4s"] and both players checked. The turn was the [poker card="tc"] and Clached check-called Caprioli's bet of 2,883,200. The river was the [poker card="qc"] and Clacher fired 1,250,000. Caprioli moved all in for 12,087,996 and Clacher called. Caprioli showed [poker card="8d"][poker card="7d"] for a missed straight draw while Clacher tabled [poker card="qd"][poker card="4d"] for top and bottom pair to eliminate Caprioli in second place and win his first career bracelet. Final Table Payouts Michael Clacher - $297,496.30 Rodrigo Dos Santos Caprioli - $215,892.45 Olivier Rebello - $156,673.09 Martin Zamani - $113,697.09 Joao Vieira - $82,510.25 Neel Joshi - $59,877.78 Rich Dixon - $43,453.18 Viktor Zsemlye - $31,534.07 Jose Luis Davila - $22,884.32
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