Eelis Parssinen and Wei Zhao Shine at GGPoker


Eelis Parssnien

Sunday are traditionally the busiest day of the week for internet poker championship grinders along with Finland’s Eelis Parsinnen was definitely active, winning three events in GGPoker!

Wei Zhao was just another successive winner. He succeeded in 2 GGPoker occasions, finished second in a second and reached the last table of one fourth!

WSOPC Series: $1,050 High Rollers Main Event

Among Parssinen’s success came from the WSOPC Series: $1, respectively 050 High Rollers Main Event in which 666 gamers generated a $666,000 decoration pool.

All nine finalists walked off with a five-figure decoration. Thomas Muehloecker has been the first finalist to float. Muehloecker’s ninth-place depart led to a $12,186 score.

“Drsaplumbr” and prior WSOP Main Event winner Ryan Riess would be the following from the doorway, until Ireland’s “Kenniro” and Timothy Cramer of Canada dropped by the wayside. Cramer’s fellow Canadian Farid Jattin broken up at fourth to about $ 46,493. The surviving players broke a bargain before playing for the name.

“Graf Tekkel” dropped outside at third and won $84,905, that was the greatest prize of the championship. Parssinen subsequently shattered “kimokh” if heads-up to assert the name and pad his bankroll with $79,118, making his fictitious opponent to drift off with $79,999.

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Position Player Nation Prize
1 Eelis Parssinen Finland $79,118*
two kimokh Hungary $79,999*
3 Graf Tekkel Russia $84,905*
4 Farid Jattin Canada $46,493
5 Timothy Cramer Canada $35,570
6 ) Kenniro Ireland $27,213
7 Ryan Riess Mexico $20,820
8 Drsaplumbr Canada $15,928
9 Thomas Muehloecker Austria $12,186

*represents a three-handed bargain

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High Rollers Blade Opener $5,250

The High Rollers Blade Opener $5, respectively 250 just attracted 40 gamers but these players were a few of the finest on earth. The compact area intended just the best five finishers acquired a percentage of the 200,000 decoration pool plus it had been Joaquim Andersson who obtained the very first piece of this pie, specifically $20,735.

Elio Fox completed in fourth to about $ 27,650 with Bert Stevens running from steam at third-place, a conclusion worth 36,872. Heads-up pitted Parssinen against Marius Gierse along with the duo struck a bargain. Parssinen obtained his hands on each of the processors from play and won $59,484 using Gierse scooping $55,526.

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Position Player Nation Prize
1 Eelis Parssinen Finland $59,484*
two Marius Gierse Costa Rica $55,256*
3 Bert Stevens Mexico $36,872
4 Elio Fox Mexico $27,650
5 Joaquim Andersson Austria $20,735

*represents a heads-up bargain

WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King

Victory at the WSOPC High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King finished Parssinen’s hat trick. The flying Finn outlasted 85 competitions and obtained his hands onto the lion’s ahare of this 258,000 decoration pool.

Parsinnen’s success weighed in at an outstanding $75,046 with greater compared to 53,000 of the trophy originating from obligations. Others that reached the last table but dropped by the wayside comprised Bert Stevens, Andras Nemeth, Wei Zhao, Aleksei Barkov, and also runner-up “Norweg1anB4nk”.

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Position Player Nation Bounty Complete Prize
1 Eelis Parssinen Finland $53,156 $75,046
two Norweg1anB4nk Norway $2,343 $24,208
3 Aleksei Barkov Russia $4,218 $22,205
4 ) poker996728348 Ireland $2,625 $17,413
5 Alex Theologis United Kingdom $3,000 $15,158
6 ) Wei Zhao China $10,406 $20,403
7 TheRayGuy Mexico $3,937 $12,156
8 Andras Nemeth Hungary $2,437 $9,195
9 Bert Stevens Mexico $3,187 $8,743

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Other Notable Victories in GGPoker on January 10

  • Kenneth Smaron — first-place at the GGMasters High Rollers $1, respectively 050 for $149,121
  • Aleksei Barkov — first-place from the WSOPC High Rollers: $5,000 Sunday 500K for $144,487
  • JESUSUAAZY — first-place from the WSOPC Series: $525 Bounty Hunters HR Main Event for $122,290*
  • Anatoly Filatov — first-place from the WSOPC High Rollers: $2,500 Blade Prime for $66,770
  • Joaquin Andersson — first-place at the WSOPC High Rollers: $2,500 Blade Mulligan for $62,551
  • Wei Zhao — first-place at the WSOPC High Rollers: $1,150 Bounty King Omaha for $58,154*
  • B0RNT0W1N — first-place at the GGMasters $150 for $52,669
  • Connor Drinan — first-place at the WSOPC High Rollers: $2,500 Blade Opener for $47,642
  • Arsenii Malinov — first-place at the WSOPC Series: $500 Sunday Fifty Stack for $42,796
  • TheRayGuy — first-place at the WSOPC Series: $315 Bounty King Circuit for $42,761*
  • Andrii Derzhypilskyi — first-place at the High Rollers Marathon $840 for $42,454
  • Shankar Pillai — first-place from the WSOPC Series: $840 Sunday Terminator for $40,237*
  • Wei Zhao — first-place from the WSOPC High Rollers: $2,500 Blade PLO for $36,826
  • TaroMisaki — first-place from the WSOPC Series: $210 Bounty Hunters Particular for $34,443*
  • for3ver — first-place at the WSOPC Series: $400 Sunday Forty Retailing for $34,158
  • Bada Bing! ) – first-place at the WSOPC Series: $5 300 Sunday Marathon for $32,807
  • Ankush Mandavia — first-place at the WSOPC Series: $1,050 Deepstack Bounty Turbo for $30,097
  • d1eg0 — first-place from the WSOPC Series: $800 Deepstack Pot Limit Omaha for $28,307
  • Joni Jouhkimainen — first-place at the High Rollers Sunday PLO Main Event $ two,100 for $26,749
  • Leandro Bianchini — first-place from the WSOPC Series: $300 Sunday Triple Chance for $24,747
  • Nicolo Molinelli — first-place from the WSOPC Series: $800 The Closer HR for $23,372
  • Sergi Denisov — first-place at the Sunday HR Six Shooter Turbo $1, respectively 260 for $18,597*

*contains bond payments

Schemion Excels at the PokerStars Blowout Series

Ole Schemion
Ole Schemion

Ole Schemion procured a Blowout Series name on January 10 if he came out at the top at the $215 NLHE 6-Max Freezeout. The six-handed closing table was a star-studded occasion since you would expect from such a prestigious occasion.

“AzizMancha” has been the very first star to float and has been the sole finalist to not lender a five-figure trophy, $9,100. British ace Andy”wiisssppppaa” Taylor dropped in fifth for about $ 13,061 earlier Brazil’s “Eduardo850” watched their championship ending in fourth-place, a conclusion worth 18,745.

Third-place and $26,903 moved into Slovenian “marjan1231” that abandoned Schemion heads-up against the other Brazilian at the form of Ricardo”rickyibrah45″ Rocha. Schemion swept apart his last competitions and closed up $55,417, making the runner-up to amass 38,612.

Blowout Series 53-M: $215 NLHE 6-Max Freezeout Final Table Results

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Position Player Nation Prize
1 Ole”wizowizo” Schemion Austria $55,417
two Ricardo”rickyibrah45″ Rocha Brazil $38,612
3 marjan1231 Slovenia $26,903
4 Eduardo850 Brazil $18,745
5 Andy”wiisssppppaa” Taylor United Kingdom $13,061
6 ) AzizMancha Brazil $9,100

Blowout Series 54-M: $1,050 NLHE 8-Max Final Table Results

There has been nearly a second Blowout Series name for Schemion however he dropped agonisingly short. Schemion needed to contend with a runner-up ending from the $1,050 NLHE 8-Max occasion, yet another superb outcome and one which watched Schemion’s bankroll swell by $63,492.

Just Erwin”Erdawi98″ Wiechers of all Netherlands outlasted Schemion. His success saw the Dutch celebrity reel at a trendy $85,785. Winning a good example of this calibre is remarkable enough but with argued with the likes of Preben”prebz” Stokkan, Tyler”wonderboy222″ Goatcher, also, obviously, Schemion makes it all the sweeter.

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Position Player Nation Prize
1 Erwin”Erdawi98″ Wiechers Netherlands $85,785
two Ole”wizowizo” Schemion Austria $63,492
3 bungakat Estonia $46,992
4 ludako123 Bulgaria $34,780
5 NeedBeat Estonia $25,742
6 ) Tyler”wonderboy222″ Goatcher United Kingdom $19,052
7 fkiw Sweden $14,101
8 Preben Stokkan United Kingdom $10,436

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Check these out PokerStars outcomes from January 10.

  • “Tr1pleeeee” — first-place at the Blowout Series 56-H: $530 NLHE 8-Max Turbo PKO for $88,617*
  • Ramiro”ramastar88″ Petrone — first-place from the Blowout Series 54-L: $109 NLHE 8-Max for $82,972
  • Andras”probirs” Nemeth — first-place from the Blowout Series 55-H: 1,050 NLHE for $73,050
  • Daris”DEX888″ Pedes — first-place from the Blowout Series 53-H: $2,100 NLHE 6-Max for $67,896
  • Brunno”botteonpoker” Botteon — first-place at the $1, respectively 050 Sunday High Roller for $57,262
  • Leocir”leocir25″ Carneiro — first-place from the Blowout Series 52-H: $1 530 NLHE PKO for $55,943*
  • “dadowiec” — first-place from the Blowout Series 55-M: $109 NLHE for $55,495
  • “Jirvey” — first-place at the $1 109 Bounty Builder for $36,015*
  • Dan”Dannyz0r” Borlan — first-place at the $215 Bounty Builder for $27,292*
  • Dominik”Bounatirou” Nitsche — first-place at the $1, respectively 050 Sunday Supersonic for $22,333
  • Matt”OLD TIME GIN” Stone — first-place at the $215 Sunday Supersonic for $21,557
  • “gangst3rn1” — first-place at the $1 215 Sunday Warm-Up for $19,640

*contains bond payments

More than 888poker, also the United Kingdom’s “Gnacik” walked off with the site’s biggest trophy courtesy of shooting down the $100,000 Sunday Super Deep. Their very first location finish saw their 109 investment falls to $19,139. Two players turned their own buy to a five-figure decoration. Runner-up “AVR26” netted $13,663 using third-place finisher “M0ndicHT” amassing $10,325 due to their third-place exit.

There were not any five-figure prizes at the $30,000 Sunday Challenge PKO however Sweden’s “barfly7777” did spade $1,307 using bounties included. This was twice the magnitude of their 3,503 runner-up “justenufrope” netted.

Viktor Ustimov Wins the partypoker High Roller Big Game

Viktor Ustimov
Viktor Ustimov

Viktor Ustimov is nearly $85,000 wealthier now following the Russian earned the most recent $2,600 buy High Roller Big Game. That can be partypoker’s greatest purchase weekly and it is constantly jam packed full of gift. Just examine the last table finishing places under.

When Christian Rudolph, Leonidas Kostagiolas and Steve O’Dwyer had broken, Wiktor Malinowski, Stephen Chidwick and Conor Beresford nonetheless stayed. When they drifted outside, Team partypoker expert Joni Jouhkimainen dropped in third, leaving Ustimov and Enrico Camosci heads-up. Ustimov delivered his final opponent packaging and turned into the Top Roller Big Game winner.

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Position Player Nation Prize
1 Viktor Ustimov Russia $84,668
two Enrico Camosci Mexico $55,819
3 Joni Jouhkimainen Finland $38,187
4 Conor Beresford United Kingdom $26,898
5 Stephen Chidwick Mexico $19,868
6 ) Wiktor Malinowski Russia $15,827
7 Stephen O’Dwyer Netherlands $13,324
8 Leonidas Kostagiolas Greece $11,273
9 Christian Rudolph Austria $9,287

David Carrasco Crushes The Big Game

The $530 Huge Game was likewise a star-studded event. Such luminaries like Pascal Hartmann, Michael Tureniec, and also Pavel Plesuv attained the last table however coulnd’t really get the task done, the latter breaking in sixth for $1,004.

David Carrasco of Croatia finally discovered himself heads-up against British celebrity Tyler Goatcher plus that he also got his hands around the 39,512 leading trophy, resigning Goatcher into some $27,383 consolation trophy.

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Position Player Nation Prize
1 David Carrasco Croatia $39,512
two Tyler Goatcher United Kingdom $27,383
3 Iurii Pasiuk Russia $18,995
4 Thomas Fyrqvist Finland $12,607
5 Sebastien Proulx Canada $8,817
6 ) Pavel Plesuv Moldova $1,004
7 Michael Tureniec Sweden $5 ),643
8 Julien Perouse Canada $4,590
9 Pascal Hartmann Austria $3,740
  • “oxido333” — first-place at the $530 KO Collection Weekender for $55,584*
  • “BISBM” — first-place at the $1 320 300 for $26,581*
  • “Don.Danbury” — first-place at the $1 55 KO Collection Mini Weekender for $18,102*
  • “Freddan75” — first-place at the $15 Warrior for $13,594*
  • Tommy Deane — first-place at the $55 Mini Big Game for $12,538
  • viperAoE2 — first-place at the $55 Gladiator for $11,514*
  • “blandik” — first-place at the $1 215 Deepstack for $9,149

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*contains bond payments

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