Brazil scored another bracelet as the country’s players continue dominating the bracelet count in the World Series of Poker Online at GGPoker. Dmitry Yurasov found his second bracelet and Spanish star Adrian Mateos scored another final table appearance.
GG is hosting 33 WSOP bracelet events through Sept. 12. Here’s a look at the action of the past week.
Event 15: $10,000 Heads Up Championship (Sept. 4)
After over a week’s delay the final four faced off in the Heads Up Championship. At the end of the bracket, France’s Arthur Conan won a bracelet and $466,167. He defeated Latvia’s Aleksejs Ponakovs for the title.
Adrian Mateos and Daniel Soltys finished in third and fourth, but still brought home $155,389 each.
The total prize pool for this event reached $1.5 million with 161 players entering the competition. Regular WSOP commentators Lon McEachern and Norman Chad entertained fans as they covered the finals live online.
Event 20: $1,500 Monster Stack (Aug. 28)
Brazilian player Eduardo “Ghazbaran” Rodrigues brought home $212,815 and the win in this event. He defeated Italy’s Dario Sammartino with two players remaining.
The tournament brought in 1,080 entrants, creating a prize pool of over $1.5 million.
Sammartino has been on a hot streak after making a final table a few days earlier in Event 18. In 2019, he took runner-up in the $10,000 Main Event for $6 million.
Event 21: $25,000 Super High Roller (Aug. 29)
Greek poker player Alexandros Theologis took down his first bracelet for $1.2 million. This high stakes buy-in included the largest buy-in during the GGPoker series and the largest prize pool as well.
The event came with a $5 million guaranteed prize pool. That number was smashed with 255 entries and $6.2 million up for grabs. Mateos continued to be a driving force in this series with another final table appearance.
He finished eighth for $196,476 after appearing in the final four of the heads-up event.
Event 22: $400 COLOSSUS (Aug. 29)
The Colossus is aptly named after the huge fields created. This event again lived up to those epic proportions with a player pool of 10,903 entries. The $3 million guaranteed prize pool was crushed, generating over $4 million.
In the end, Italy’s Armando D’avanzo captured his first gold bracelet and $409,007. Japan’s Kosuke “PXR-51” Tajima finished in second place for $306,707.
Notable cashes include Argentina’s Damian Salas, finishing ninth for $40,900. He is best known as the 2020 Main Event champion.
Event 23: $600 Deep Stack Championship (Aug. 31)
Portugal’s Nuno “albertov” Capucho scored $190,274 and his first gold bracelet in this event. Capucho faced off against the United Kingdom’s Karolina “KarolinaNe” Norvaisaite for the title.
The two-day event created a $1.6 million prize pool. The Day 1 field consisted of 2,820, with only 49 moving on to Day 2. Daniel Negreanu continues to live stream most of the events in the series and that included this tournament.
Event 24: $1,050 Bounty Pot Limit Omaha (Sept. 2)
Dmitry Yurasov, of Russia, landed his second bracelet and $92,711. He defeated a field of 896 entries and took down $56,487 in bounties. In heads-up play, Yurasov defeated Canada’s Ami Barer, who won $69,347 for second.
Yurasov was short stacked at the final table but battled his way back to grab the gold. This was the last PLO event of the series.
Upcoming GGPoker WSOP bracelet events
GGPoker offers multiple tournaments over the next few days, as the site begins wrapping up action. That includes bounty events and the $20 million guaranteed Main Event. Here’s a look at what as what is up on deck:
- $777 Lucky Sevens (Event 25, Sept. 4)
- $888 Crazy Eights (Event 26, Sept. 5)
- $5,000 Main Event Championship (Event 27, Sept. 5) – $20 million guaranteed
- $2,100 Bounty Championship (Event 28, Sept. 7)
- $1,500 Fifty Stack (Event 29, Sept. 9)