The richest poker festival is right here on GGpoker, the most-awaited World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online Super Circuit is promising the a whopping $100 million GTD, never seen before! Over the course of three weeks, the WSOPC Online Series Ring Events are lined up with other side events. And the online poker room is charged up with the latest addition to the team Fedor Holz.
Due to the ongoing health crisis, the first event on the schedule was Event #1 COVID Charity $1 million GTD to raise funds for the Nevada Community Foundation’s COVID-19 Emergency Respond Fund. The buy-in to the tournament was $1,111 out of which $111 was supposed to be donated.
The first event pulled out a massive field of $1,595 entries that led to the creation of $1.59 million in prize pool. After 13 hours of intense grueling session, it was a Canadian player ‘TheMadQueen’ triumphing the tournament while India’s ‘Igutu’ finished second in the battle. The winner pocketed a handsome $227,941 in prize money while ‘Igutu’ earned $234,931 (~INR 1.78 Crores) after striking a heads-up deal. Other notable players like GGPoker ambassadors Holz, Bertrand ‘ElkY’ Grospellier, Boris Becker, Felipe Ramos were also spotted in the tournament.
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With a buy-in of $50 a giant field of 28,921 runners entered the field throughout the starting days of Event #2. Out of this number only 4,046 progressed to Day 2 to grab the largest portion of $1.33 million that eventually reached the top 3,039 spots. After few intense hours, ‘JuanMartinDelPotro54’ defeated China’s ‘jolen’ in heads-up and claimed $137,120 in prize money.
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WSOPC Series: $5K High Roller
Another attraction was the WSOPC Series: High Roller which saw the latest addition to the GGPoker team Fedor Holz emerging triumphant after eliminating ‘HogFish333’ in heads-up. Holz captured the winner’s prize money of $91,441 while his opponent settled in the runner-up position for $61,115.
The champion is making a few deep runs lately, cashing in three high stakes tourneys, bringing a total of $187,000. He outlasted a field of 70 entries in a WSOPC Series $5k HR for $91,441 and 4th place in $10k HR for $88,890.
Decent start to the WSOPC 🙌 also came 4th in 10k for 88k$.
Today two Day 2‘s on stars. LFG pic.twitter.com/fOlOw8wynH
— Fedor Holz (@CrownUpGuy) May 4, 2020
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