A few more weeks before the 2020 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online action comes to an end on GGNetwork. Triumphing Event #65 was Ukraine’s Dmytro Bystrovzorov who claimed his first-ever gold bracelet after almost 15 hours of play!
The WSOP Event #65: $600 NLHE Deepstack registered a field of 2,911 entries which created a prize pool of $1,659,270. The champion boosted his bankroll by adding an impressive $227,906 in prize money along with the WSOP Europe Package after defeating Austria’s Florian ‘Gaug1nho’ Gaugusch heads-up. According to Hendon Mob, Bystrovzorov has $555 in total live earnings that he collected during the 2020 Spanish Poker Festival Main Event. The runner-up, Gaugusch has $5,104 in lifetime winnings and 3 WSOP cashes in the ongoing series.
The top 368 players were assured a payout of $1,424 min-cash, including Vitor ‘Chickencorn’ India’s ‘LeChiffreFTW’, Abreum, Peter ‘BIG CHI’ Chien, Elio Fox, Alexandre ‘STAY_HUNGRY’ Reard, Chi Chung ‘chipuker’ Ho and so on. And stars like GGPoker Ambassadors Felipe Ramos and Bertrand ‘Elky’ Grospellier, Dante Goya, Tom Middleton, Benny Glaser, Anson Tsang, Ali Imsirovic, Dario Sammartino, and Chris Moorman all busted after the bubble.
It was Portugal’s Giovani ‘Mandjocka’ Torre who went out in the 9th place. He was followed by Ivan ‘ivenson13′ Constantin who earned $23,833. One after another, Croatia’s Ivan ’00COEL’ Banic and South Africa’s Stanley ‘Donkey_Fish’ Topol and Christopher ‘RambaZamba Putz bowed out. Matthew ‘Yellowbuddah’ Train’s elimination gave way to heads-up battle.
Bystrovzorov limped in from the button and Gaugusch raised to 4.2 million. Bystrovzorov three-bet shoved for Gaugusch to make the call for the remaining 12 million.
The flop saw Bystrovzorov flopping the higher two pair. And on the turn and the on the river saw Bystrovzorov capturing $227,906 top prize while Gaugusch earned $172,493 for finishing in second place.
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