The ongoing GGPoker 2021 World Series of Poker Super Circuit Online has two more winners added to its list. Uri ‘JimyT’ Reichenstein won Event #4: $800 No Limit Hold’em 6-Max Championship, while Jonas ‘LobyPewis’ Mackoff won in Event #5: $315 BOUNTY GIANT. It was Mackoff’s second career WSOP ring wherein he added $71,140 to his bankroll, while Reichenstein took home $1,66,860.
In Event #4: $800 No Limit Hold’em 6-Max Championship, Reichenstein single-handedly knocked-off every player at the table to carve his win. This was his first WSOP Circuit gold ring win. The Isreali player took home $1,66,860 from his win. Earlier the poker pro had made almost $1 million by securing the second position at EPT Main Event in Barcelona in 2016 as well as $9,00,000 in the 2019 EPT Barcelona High Roller for his runner-up performance.
He reached the top spot by eliminating Patrick ‘chrisbenoit’ Brooks ($1,20,642), Matas ‘NoWeyyy’ Cikinas ($87,227), Claas Segebrecht ($63,067), Justin ‘LappyPoker’ Lapka ($45,598), Jeffrey ‘jumping gn’ Reardon ($32,969), and Markku ‘ExVang’ Koplimaa ($23,837) on the final table. The Event #4: $800 No Limit Hold’em 6-Max Championship saw 1,571 entries with a total prize pool of $11,93,960 surpassing the $1 million guarantee.
At Event #5: $315 BOUNTY GIANT, Mackoff claimed his second WSOP win by making a comeback during the heads-up play. He had claimed his first win almost a decade ago at the 2012 WSOPC San Diego $355 No Limit Hold’em. He had won $14,555 at the event. He has also claimed many victories by drawing more than $1 million in live tournaments in the past. He is named among Canada’s top 100 all-time money winners.
He defeated Aleksandr ‘leeel’ Shepel ($71,140) to claim the title. The final table also saw notable poker names like Tintenfisch ($6,513), Ran ‘Pearblossom’ Koller ($8,458), Skinny Pete ($9,245), Xdao($12,868), TooStonedMonkey($16,205), Daniel ‘Rock Pitbull’ Bertoldi($20,733) and Stefan “C3H5N3O6” Lehner($26,169) leaving the table in that order. This tournament also surpassed the guarantee of $5,00,000 by generating a $7,52,400 prize pool from 2,508 entries.
In another news, Event #7: Big 25, saw a whopping 61,546 entries to surpass the $1 million guarantee with a $14,15,558 prize pool. New Zealand’s ‘Raggaz’ emerged victorious in this event grabbing $1,45,994, while ‘GangstaZab’ agreed to a four-way deal in Event #6: $365 GIANT winning a gold ring and $1,33,180.
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