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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. Francisco Benitez was one of three players to win a GGPoker Spring Festival High buy-in level event on Wednesday and the only one of the three to get close to winning six figures. Benitez stood tall over a 259-entry field in Event #88 ($2,100 Bounty) and collected a $98,487.97 payday. The last player Benitez eliminated, Sergei Denisov, picked up his second runner-up finish of the GGSF and earned $42,795.64. '27 cm' didn't quite measure up to being a champion on Tuesday and took third for $43,044.89. Last Tuesday, Denisov finished second to 'CrossfireX' in Event #58-H: $10,300 Thursday Thriller Bounty. Xuming 'scplayer' Qi turned his $525 buy-in - and his second bullet - into $54,016.36 after outlasting 692 other entries in Event #86-H ($525 Forty Stack). 'PapiPapo' earned the silver medal and $41,325.62 for a second place finish. Urmo Velvelt finished in third place for the third time in the past two weeks, this time earning $31,616.83. Canada's Ami Barer took down event Event #89-H ($1,050 PLO-NL Bounty Hyper) to win $23,797.95. His victory denied Christian Rudolph from pulling off a double-victory day. Rudolph, who won Event #27-H ($2,100 Bounty) earlier in the series, finished second to Barer only moments after winning Event #83-M ($1,050 Super Tuesday). Third place finisher Konstantin Maslak banked $7,335.73 for his efforts. Event #86-H ($525 Forty Stack) Entries: 693 Prize pool: $346,500 Xuming 'scplayer' Qi - $54,016.36 PapiPapo - $41,325.62 Urmo Velvelt - $31,616.83 Event #88-H ($2,100 Bounty) Entries: 259 Prize pool ($518,000 Francisco Benitez - $98,487.97 Sergei Denisov - $42,795.64 27 cm - $43,044.89 Event #89-H ($1,050 PLO-NL Bounty Hyper) Entries: 121 Prize pool: $121,000 Ami Barer - $23,797.95 Christian Rudolph - $16,504.57 Konstantin Maslak - $7,335.73
  3. Germany’s Pascal Hartmann entered Tuesday’s GGPoker Super MILLION$ final table near the very bottom of the chip counts but after chipping up and eliminating each of his final five opponents, the high-stakes superstar emerged as this week’s winner and took home the $454,907 first-place prize. Hartmann has been a consistent presence in the $10K Super MILLION$ field having participated in 31 of the 32 times the tournament has been run. This was his tenth in-the-money finish and fourth final table, the result of which has sent him into the tournament series top 10 money earners. At the start of the day, Hartmann was in eighth place with roughly 25 big blinds and facing off against another talent-packed final table that included online poker legend Isaac Baron, Ami Barer, and 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event runner-up Dario Sammartino. Despite the hurdles in front of him, Hartmann managed to continually pick up big hands in key spots which lifted him to victory. Even though the chips were flying in the first ninety minutes of the final table, it was slow going in terms of players hitting the rail. Finally, a short-stacked Aliakesei Boika shipped his final nine big blinds in with [poker card="7c"][poker card="7d"] and ran into Russia’s ‘RRomashka’s [poker card="tc"][poker card="td"]. Dominated by the pair as well as both suits, the board ran out [poker card="9c"][poker card="6c"][poker card="2h"][poker card="5c"][poker card="4c"] provided a little drama as Boika had both straight and straight flush outs headed into the river. But the pocket tens held and Boika fell in ninth place for $56,864. Ami Barer exited in eighth place when his [poker card="qs"][poker card="qc"] failed to hold against Argentina’s ‘OnTheFlow’s [poker card="ad"][poker card="kc"] in a preflop clash. The board ran out [poker card="ah"][poker card="5s"][poker card="2c"][poker card="2s"][poker card="8s"] and Barer added $73,743 to his bankroll. Then, roughly thirty minutes later, Kyle Menard hit the rail in painful fashion. A short-stacked Sammartino moved all in under the gun with [poker card="qc"][poker card="jc"]. Looking to double up his own short stack, Menard called with his tournament on the line holding [poker card="kd"][poker card="ks"]. The [poker card="ac"][poker card="kh"][poker card="6h"] gave Menard middle set, but the [poker card="td"] turn turned the tide to Sammartino, hitting his gutshot straight draw. The [poker card="9h"] river was no help to Menard who exited in seventh place for $95,633. Soon after the second break, Hartmann and Baron clashed for the chip lead. Under the gun, Baron raised with [poker card="ah"][poker card="kc"]. It folded back to Hartmann in the big blind who three-bet with [poker card="qs"][poker card="qd"]. Baron quickly shoved the rest of his 30 big blind stack and Hartmann made the call. The [poker card="9c"][poker card="8s"][poker card="5d"][poker card="6d"][poker card="td"] board was clean for the pocket queens and Baron, who had won his previous Super MILLION$ final table appearance, settled for sixth place and $124,020. Two hands later Hartmann was back in action, this time against Sammartino. The fortunes had reversed for these two players as Sammartino entered the final table as the chip leader but with five left was sitting on fewer than 10 big blinds. From the hijack, Sammartino put in a big raise with [poker card="ah"][poker card="4c"], leaving himself with less than one big blind behind. On the button, Hartmann made the call with [poker card="jd"][poker card="js"]. The flop came [poker card="qs"][poker card="7d"][poker card="3c"] and Sammartino committed the rest of his chips, which Hartmann quickly called. Sammartino spiked the [poker card="ac"] on the turn and was in a perfect position to double up. But Hartmann spiked one of his two outs with the [poker card="jh"] river, sending Sammartino out in fifth for $160,834. Hartmann’s heater continued when ‘RRomashka’ shoved all-in with [poker card="3s"][poker card="3h"] and Hartmann woke up with [poker card="8h"][poker card="8s"]. Hartmann spikes a set on the turn leaving ‘RRomashka’ drawing dead to the river. The Russian finished in fourth place for $208,576, nearly doubling the amount of their previous earnings in the Super MILLION$. ‘OnTheFlow’ was the next to go. Now, the overwhelming chip leader, Hartmann shoved from the small blind with [poker card="as"][poker card="6d"] and ‘OnTheFlow’, with 13 big blinds, made his stand by calling all-in from the big blind with [poker card="kh"][poker card="th"]. The flop came [poker card="qc"][poker card="6s"][poker card="3d"] pairing Hartmann, but changing nothing. The turn was the [poker card="9c"], giving ‘OnTheFlow’ additional straight outs. But the river came the [poker card="4h"] and ‘OnTheFlow’ was out in third place for $270,490. Hartmann entered heads-up play against Ireland’s ‘Pluto The Doggo’ with a nearly 6-1 chip advantage. That grew to nearly 10-1 at one point but ‘Pluto The Doggo’, who was at their second Super MILLION$ final table in as many weeks, clawed their way back into the match by picking up a key pot or two and scoring a crucial double up. However, as it was demonstrated throughout the final table, it was Hartmann’s day. On the final hand, Hartmann called on the button with [poker card="kh"][poker card="6h"]. ‘Pluto The Doggo’ put in a three-bet with [poker card="jh"][poker card="5s"] and Hartmann came along. The flop came [poker card="9d"][poker card="3h"][poker card="2h"] and ‘Pluto The Doggo’ led out, Hartmann with the flush draw made the call. The turn was the [poker card="7d"] and ‘Pluto The Doggo’ stayed aggressive, leading again. Hartmann made the call. The river came the [poker card="5h"], pairing ‘Pluto The Doggo’ but giving Hartmann his flush. ‘Pluto The Doggo’ then checked and Hartmann shipped all-in. After taking some time, ‘Pluto The Doggo’ called off which sent him home as the runner-up. ‘Pluto The Doggo’ collected $350,782 for second place and brought his career Super MILLION$ total to just over $487,000. Super MILLION$ Final Table Results (1/19) 1. Pascal Hartmann - $454,908 2. ‘Plutto The Doggo’ - $350,782 3. ‘OnTheFlow’ - $270,490 4. ‘RRomashka’ - $208,576 5. Dario Sammartino - $160,834 6. Isaac Baron - $124,020 7. Kyle Menard - $95,633 8. Ami Barer - $73,743 9. Aliaksei Boika - $56,864
  4. Every week The PocketFives Milestone Report looks at the online poker players who are achieving career-best achievement or reaching new heights in the rankings The $9 Million Club Picks Up Two More Members Sweden's Andreas 'r4ndomr4gs' Berggren and Canada's Ami 'UhhMee' Barer both hit the milestone over the last two weeks.Berggren, who is also a former #1-ranked player, has had a number of big cashes in his career, but the one that put him over the $9M mark was just a $204 score thanks to a 243rd place finish in the PokerStars Mini Super Tuesday. Barer also had a small cash push him into rare air. He finished 181st in the PokerStars $22 Double Deuce for $90.75. The #2-ranked player in Lebanon, Nicolas 'niccc' Chouity, broke through the $4 million earnings mark while 'carpediem200', Mikael 'therealfuddebuf' Viuff Hansen, 'MiracleQ' and Jerry 'perrymejsen' Odeen all hit $3 million. Three Brazilians Make Top 100 Debuts Three players managed to make their debuts in the Top 100 of the PocketFives Rankings and to the surprise of almost nobody, all three call Brazil home. Marcelo 'bettoBR' Betto showed up at #99, Renato 'renaton' Nomura debuted at #98 and Matheus 'M Cunha G' Cunha moved all the way up to #84. Britain's 'carpediem200' On Verge of Top 25 The Brazilian trio weren't the only ones to enjoy career-high rankings recently. Seven other players inside of the Top 100 managed to move up to new heights. Britain's 'carpediem200' went from #62 in the world to #33 thanks to his huge win in the opening World Championship of Online Poker event. Other players hitting career-best numbers: PaDiLhA SP from 48 to 37 drupalucker from 55 to 50 paul_peaches from 81 to 59 Carlos Felipe Difini from 80 to 66 Lforoni from 83 to 79 M Cunha G from 148 to 84 jonzstars from 96 to 85 renaton from 108 to 98 bettoBR from 186 to 99
  5. Two big names in the poker world picked up their first and third bracelets on Sunday at the 2018 World Series of Poker. Both are regulars in Bobby’s Room, playing the highest stakes mixed games going. They’re both pretty good at tournaments too, as they proved today. Meanwhile, the Crazy Eights event played through another two starting flights, while the $365 PLO Giant starting flights end with a four-time bracelet winner as overall chip leader. Another $10K Championship kicked off too. Here’s everything you need to know from July 1. Phil Galfond Claims Bracelet #3 in $10K PLO 8 ($567,788) Legendary online cash game player and Run It Once founder Phil Galfond picked up his third WSOP bracelet on Sunday, taking down Event #60: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Championship for a massive $567,788 score. Galfond has had quite a few weeks, what with the upcoming launch of his online site, the announcement that he’s expecting his first child with his wife Farah, and now another WSOP win for his incredible CV. "There's nothing like the first [bracelet], so that stands ahead," Galfond said afterwards. "It still feels really good, on par with the second. I just ran really hot at the right time. I ran bad all summer, so I was saving it up for now. Now, it's even.” Galfond defeated Michael McKenna heads-up for the title, after hitting a pair in all-in-pre pot. McKenna racks up another close call, having finished fourth in a $1,500 Razz event earlier this summer. Other notables to final table this one include Chad Power (4th - $168,725), Chris Lee (5th - $120,263), Marco Johnson (6th - $87,830), and David ‘ODB’ Baker (7th - $65,579). Galfond was facing a 2:1 chip deficit versus McKenna, but found a way to get it done. Galfond said he’ll now turn his attention back to the launch of Run It Once Poker. "It feels like we're almost there and finally I'll be free," he said. "But, I can only imagine there's going to be more work once we launch the poker site. I'd like to find a way to play more poker because I really miss it. But, Run it Once poker is going to be the first priority." Final Table Results: Phil Galfond - $567,788 Michael McKenna - $350,922 Ali Abduljabbar - $240,497 Chad Power - $168,275 Chris Lee - $120,263 Marco Johnson - $87,830 David “ODB” Baker - $65,579 Chase Steely - $50,086 Jean-Robert Bellande Wins First Bracelet in $5K 6-Max ($616,302) [caption id="attachment_619806" align="aligncenter" width="648"] JRB Wines and Dines with First Bracelet[/caption] Sunday started with a six-handed final table set in Event #58: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed. Jean-Robert Bellande led the survivors (see what we did there?), and he had a strategy coming in: https://twitter.com/BrokeLivingJRB/status/1013515157513781248 It wasn’t an outrageous call that ended it though. More like an easy one, when Dean Lyall shoved with ace-three off heads-up, and Bellande woke up with pocket queens which held. A similar story saw him bust Kacper Pyzara in sixth (ace-seven into Bellande’s pocket jacks). Eric Blair fell in fifth, followed by Tan Nguyen in fourth and Andrew Graham in third. Bellande began heads-up play with a 2:1 chip lead, and kept the pressure on before taking it down. “I had a blast,” Bellande said after his win. “I had so much fun during this tournament, not just winning but mixing it up. Six-handed is cool because you’re always in action. The guys were all fun. We just had a good time. Every day we just had a blast.” Final Table Results: Jean-Robert Bellande - $616,302 Dean Lyall - $380,595 Andrew Graham - $254,684 Tan Nguyen - $173,598 Eric Blair - $120,669 Kacper Pyzara - $85,570 Michael Mizrachi Leads PLO GIANT Well whaddaya know? After five starting flights in Event #11: $365 PLO GIANT Pot-Limit Omaha, it’s none other than Michael Mizrachi who tops the overall chip counts. Day 1E played out today with 1,247 players taking a shot. Play ended with just 79 survivors, with Mizrachi topping tonight’s counts with 1,845,000 - more than any other end-of-day leader. Other notables to advance today include Robert Dukes (1,530,000), Srinivas Balasubramanian (1,245,000), Mark Darner (1,165,000), Nick Guagenti (1,125,000), four-time bracelet winner Dominik Nitsche (360,000), and bracelet winners Robert Cheung (345,000) and Arne Kern (370,000). Day 2 begins at 2pm Monday, with everyone guaranteed $843. Michael Mizrachi - 1,845,000 Robert Dukes - 1,530,000 Srinivas Balasubramanian - 1,245,000 Mark Darner - 1,165,000 Nick Guagenti - 1,125,000 Cherie Baber - 530,000 James Hoppner - 435,000 Arne Kern - 370,000 Dominik Nitsche - 360,000 Robert Cheung - 345,000 Moorman, Salsberg Top Final Starting Flights in CRAZY EIGHTS All four starting flights have now ended in Event #62: $888 Crazy Eights No-Limit Hold'em 8-Handed, with two notables bagging up the biggest stacks. Chris ‘moorman1’ Moorman topped the 2,492 runners in Day 1C, bagging up 511,000. The former PocketFives #1 and all-time money leader was the only player to eclipse 400Km, with 140 players advancing. Other notables to get through that flight included Eric Baldwin (250,000), Mohsin Charania (307,000), and Kevin Eyster (287,000). Day 1C Top 10 Stacks: Chris ‘moorman1’ Moorman - 511,000 Franz Ditz - 381,000 Christophe De Meulder - 321,000 Mohsin Charania - 307,000 Kevin Eyster - 287,000 Mark McGovern - 276,000 Fabrice Casano - 275,000 Marvin Rettenmaier - 242,000 Champie Douglas - 229,000 David Jackson - 151,000 Later in the day saw an additional 2,495 entries add to the overall prize pool. Matt Salsbarg would lead the 138 survivors on 1D, bagging 483,000. Joining him at the top of the counts include Ami ‘UhhMee’ Barer (254,000) and Ashton Griffin (170,000). All survivors will now join together at 2pm Monday for Day 2. Everyone is guaranteed $1,331. Day 1D Top 10 Stacks: Matt Salsberg - 483,000 Han WoolJang - 356,000 Au Ngo - 318,000 Ami Barer - 254,000 Dylan Wilkerson - 249,000 James Alexander - 183,000 Maurice Hawkins - 175,000 Ashton Griffin - 170,000 Andy Spears - 164,000 Alexander Kuzmin - 155,000 Chris Vitch Looks to Defend Title, Chip Leads $10K Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo Yet another Championship event kicked off on Sunday, with Event #64: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship attracting 133 runners. After ten levels of play on Day 1, the chip leader is none other than defending champion Chris Vitch. Vitch bagged up 279,500, topping the 63 who made it through. He’s followed by Daham Wang (276,500), Stuart Rutter (236,000), Terrence Hastoo (220,000), and Ryan Miller (207,500). It might be early days, but if Vitch can continue the way he’s started and take this one down, he’ll join Matt Matros and Loren Klein as the only players to win a bracelet in three consecutive years. Daniel Negreanu will also be back tomorrow, bagging up 76,500. David Benyamine (166,500), Jesse Martin (158,500), Eric Rodawig (79,500), Mike Sexton (72,000), Tom Koral (189,000), Scott Bohlman (156,000), Max Pescatori (85,500), Adam Friedman (79,000), James Obst (68,000), and Robert Mizrachi (35,500) will also return. The same can’t be said for Eli Elezra, Esther Taylor, Frank Kassela, Scott Seiver, Brandon Shack-Harris, Erik Seidel, Allen Kessler, Mike Matusow, John Hennigan, Jeff Lisandro, and Brian Hastings, all of whom hit the rail today. Registration is still open until the beginning of Day 2 at 2pm tomrorow, so there’s a chance those who busted could re-enter. Top 10 Stacks: Chris Vitch - 279,500 Daham Wang - 276,500 Stuart Rutter - 236,000 Terrence Hastoo - 220,000 Ryan Miller - 207,500 Soner Osman - 202,000 Jose Paz - 195,000 Tom Koral - 189,000 David Prociak - 177,500 Tim Finne - 168,500 Tomorrow’s Action (July 2) We’ve reached that point, guys. It’s here. Monday sees only one event kick off, but it’s a big one. The biggest one of all. Day 1A of the $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em MAIN EVENT - World Championship begins at 11am, with Day 1s following for the following two days after.
  6. More Poker Masters Online action took place on Friday on partypoker, with Event #12: $500K Gtd [PLO, 6-Max] and Event #13: $500K Gtd [NLH, 6-Max] playing out. Both events had buy-ins of $10,300 and together they combined for $1.55 million in prize money. Taking home the titles were Laszlo Bujtas and Luuk Gieles. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"] Bujtas Wins Event #12 for $272,141 The event of Friday was Event #12: $500K Gtd [PLO, 6-Max]. It drew a field of 87 entries and the top 12 spots reached the money. Up top was $272,141.22 and Bujtas was the winner, beating Ami Barer in heads-up play. Jorryt Van Hoof had another deep run in the Poker Masters Online series with a fourth-place finish in this event. Andras Nemeth, who led the Poker Masters Online Championship Leaderboard entering Friday, found another cash with an 11th-place result. Event #12 Results Laszlo Bujtas - $272,141.22 Ami Barer - $169,650 Carlo Van Ravenswoud - $104,400 Jorryt Van Hoof - $76,125 Bengt Sonnert - $54,375 Andreas Torbergsen - $36,975 Ali Imsirovic - $28,275 Adam Hendrix - $28,275 George Wolff - $28,275 Jean Carlos Rincon De La Hoz - $23,836.26 Andras Nemeth - $23,836.26 Christopher Frank - $23,836.26 Gieles Wins Event #13 for $235,217 After two cashes in Thursday's Poker Masters Online events, including one second-place finish for $208,250, Gieles won Event #13: $500K Gtd [NLH, 6-Max] for $235,217.44. He topped a field of 68 entries, including beating Timothy Adams in heads-up play. Taking this place in this event was Ludovich Gelich. Then Kahle Burns, who won Event #10: $500K Gtd [NLH, 8-Max] on Thursday for $291,550 and was the one who beat Gieles in heads-up play in that event, finished fourth $61,200. In this event, the top nine finishers reached the money. Event #13 Results Luuk Gieles - $235,217.44 Timothy Adams - $153,000 Ludovich Gelich - $81,600 Kahle Burns - $61,200 Alex Foxen - $44,200 Mike Watson - $30,600 Lukas Matthias Nowakowski - $24,727.52 Alexandros Kolonias - $24,727.52 Steve O'Dwyer - $24,727.52
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