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Reichtenstein & Mackoff Emerge Victorious At GGPoker WSOPC 2021 Poker
Amarylisa Gonsalves
Posted on 11 May, 2021
By Amarylisa Gonsalves
On 11 May, 2021
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By Amarylisa Gonsalves
On 11 May, 2021
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Reichtenstein & Mackoff Emerge Victorious At GGPoker WSOPC 2021


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.

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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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