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  1. Niklas Astedt has done it again. For the fifth time this year, Astedt took down a GGPoker Spring Festival event. The win comes just 24 hours after former #1-ranked Swedish superstar finished runner-up in a GGSF event for the first time. On Friday, Astedt beat out 108 other entries in Event #95 ($2,100 Bounty) to win $57,213.32. The final bounty Astedt collected belonged to David Peters. The former Global Poker Index Player of the Year earned $25,191.57 as the runner-up. 'JESUSYAAZY', who finished third on Thursday in the event Astedt finished second in, posted another third place finish here, banking $14,405.61. Astedt has now collected $1,432,201.51 from his five GGPoker Spring Festival wins alone. Astedt's win was one of just three High level buy-in GGPoker Spring Festival events that crowned a champion on Friday as the series heads toward the Main Event this weekend. George Wolff navigated his way through 78 other entries to win Event #97-H ($1,050 Deep Turbo) for a $18,427.37 score. Italy's Nicolo Molinelli finished in second place and walked away with $14,371.10 while Konstantin Maslak earned his fifth podium finish of the series by coming in third for $11,207.76. Aleksei 'psihodelik' Filimonov rounded up the trio of Friday winners by shipping Event #98-H ($525 Bounty Turbo [6-Max]) for $18,702.30. The Russian defeated 180 other runners to claim victory including runner-up Aram Oganyan, who banked $9,188.74, and Douglas Ferreira, who earned $7,435.55 as the third place finisher. Event #95-H ($2,100 Bounty) Entries: 109 Prize pool: $218,000 Niklas Astedt - $57,213.32 David Peters - $25,191.57 JESUSYAAZY - $14,405.61 Event #97-H ($1,050 Deep Turbo) Entries: 79 Prize pool: $79,000 George Wolff - $18,427.37 Nicolo Molinelli - $14,371.10 Konstantin Maslak - $11,207.76 Event #98-H ($525 Bounty Turbo [6-Max]) Entries: 181 Prize pool: $95,500 Aleksei 'psihodelik' Filimonov - $18,702.30 Aram Oganyan - $9,188.74 D Ferreira - $7,435.55
  2. Italy's Nicolo Molinelli must have liked what the wheel had to say in Event #81 (People's Choice Spin the Wheel). The format of Thursday's World Series of Poker Online event was left to the fate of the spin of the wheel. Once that wheel stopped spinning, the Six Max No Limit Hold'em Bounty format was chosen and Molinelli worked his way through a 1,925-entry field in the $600 buy-in event to win his first career WSOP bracelet and earn $243,415 with $99,216 coming from bounties alone. Michelle Shah only got to spend 24 minutes at the final table. Molinelli raised to 220,000 from the hijack before Shah moved all in from the cutoff for 1,810,581. Molinelli called and flipped over [poker card="ah"][poker card="qs"] and Shah discovered she was racing with [poker card="8d"][poker card="8h"]. The [poker card="as"][poker card="5h"][poker card="2s"] flop moved Molinelli in front and Shah found no help on the [poker card="6s"] turn or [poker card="5c"] river and was eliminated in ninth place. Thirty-five minutes later another race ended a second player's run. Lucas Hafner raised to 240,000 from the button with [poker card="as"][poker card="ks"] before Pavel Plusev re-raised to 1,800,000 with [poker card="5c"][poker card="5d"]. Hafner re-raised to 3,360,000 and Plesuv called all in. The [poker card="kh"][poker card="td"][poker card="9d"] flop put Hafner in front. The [poker card="kc"] turn left Plesuv needing a five on the river and when the [poker card="8s"] river completed the board, he was sent out in eighth. Molinelli had to wait another 30 minutes before finding his second victim of the night. Itai Drory raised to 280,000 from the cutoff and Molinelli decided to defend his big blind. The flop came [poker card="4d"][poker card="3c"][poker card="2s"] and Molinelli checked. Drory bet 217,425 and Molinelli called. The turn was the [poker card="qc"] and Molinelli checked again. Drory bet 518,000 and then called all in after Molinelli moved all in for 16,437,829. Drory showed [poker card="8c"][poker card="8s"] but Molinelli had turned top pair with [poker card="qs"][poker card="ts"]. The river was the [poker card="4h"] and Drory was out in seventh place. Kyle Menard raised to 280,000 from UTG before Sami Kelopuro moved all in from the cutoff for 3,424,452. Aleksandr Grishchuk called from the button for 1,600,388 and Menard got out of the way. Kelopuro tabled [poker card="ah"][poker card="qd"] while Grishchuk showed [poker card="jc"][poker card="jd"]. The [poker card="as"][poker card="qh"][poker card="6h"] flop moved Kelopuro well in frton. Neither the [poker card="9c"] or [poker card="th"] river changed anything and Grishchuk, a world-class chess champion, was eliminated in sixth. The final five players played for over an hour before losing a player. Kelopuro opened with a raise to 1,160,000 with [poker card="kc"][poker card="kh"] and action folded around to Menard in the big blind. Holding [poker card="ac"][poker card="qh"], Menard moved all in fro 11,250,432 and Kelopuro called off for 6,085,048. The board ran out [poker card="tc"][poker card="8c"][poker card="6c"][poker card="qc"][poker card="as"] to give Menard the nut flush and send Kelopuro to the rail in fifth place. Menard picked up another bounty a half-hour later in a blind versus blind scenario. Longyun Li moved all in from the small blind for 4,565,740 and Menard called from the big blind. Li turned over [poker card="ks"][poker card="6c"] which put him behind Menard's [poker card="as"][poker card="th"]. The [poker card="ac"][poker card="ad"][poker card="jh"] flop gave Menard a virtual lock on the hand. The [poker card="9d"] turn meant Li was drawing dead through the [poker card="5d"] river and was eliminated in fourth. Li's elimination was the last that Molinelli wasn't responsible for. Another 30 minutes passed before the Italian sent another opponent packing. Lukas Hafner was down to 5,091,376, Hafner shoved from the small blind with [poker card="kh"][poker card="4h"] only to have Molinelli wake up with [poker card="ac"][poker card="ah"] in the big blind. The board ran out [poker card="7d"][poker card="6h"][poker card="3d"][poker card="3h"][poker card="tc"] to give Molinelli a decent sweat before eliminating Hafner in third place. Heads-up play began with Molinelli holding a nine big blind lead and the pair battled for nearly an hour before Molinelli was able to put a bow on his final table performance. Menard opened with a raise to 900,000 holding [poker card="ah"][poker card="qc"] and Molinelli called wiht [poker card="kc"][poker card="8d"]. The [poker card="kd"][poker card="tc"][poker card="2h"] flop got Molinelli to check. Menard bet 600,000 and Molinelli raised to 1,885,000 and Menard called. The [poker card="7s"] turn was good enough for Molinelli to bet 2,175,000 and Menard called again. The river was the [poker card="9d"] and Molinelli checked. Menard moved all in for 6,708,172 and Molinenlli called to eliminate Menard in second and win his first career WSOP bracelet. Final Table Payouts Nicolo Molinelli - $144,199 + $99,216 in bounties Kyle Menard - $104,644 + $24,000 in bounties Lukas Hafner - $75,940 + $22,000 in bounties Longyun Li - $55,110 + $11,766 in bounties Sami Kelopuro - $39,993 + $7,828 in bounties Aleksandr Grishchuk - $29,023 + $1,875 in bounties Itai Drory - $21,062 + $10,000 in bounties Pavel Plesuv - $15,285 + $15,000 in bounties Michelle Shah - $11,092 + $13,828 in bounties

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