“SuperSolid” Beats Star Studded Short Deck Table At 2023 WSOP Online

Poker News

The bracelets just keep coming as another week of the 2023 WSOP Online nears its end.

We’ve added a few more names to the hallowed list of the bracelets, with Oleg “Ispanec” Tarnovski, Panagiota “ANXXOO333” Dimitrakopoulou, Geraldo “UmReiNoRiver” Neto, and “SuperSolid” all taking away something for their trophy cabinets.

The Main Event continues, with Day 1D having played out on September 10.

Montenegran “DeviLInMe” topped out the Day 1D flight of the Main Event with 2,246,633 closely followed by Daniyar Aubakirov with 2,122,973. As a result, Gergely Kulcsar remains the Main Event chip leader after his Day 1C bag of 2,276,337 last week.

“Ispanec” Mops Up On Bounties

“Ispanec” beat out 2,623 other entries to win the 14th bracelet of the 2023 WSOP Online.

“Ispanec” took down #14: $500 The BIG Bounty NLH for $106,133 after adding $58,852 in bounties to their two-way chop for $47,281. This haul of bounties far outstripped not only the first-place prize but was also more than double times the bounties taken by anyone else in the event.

The next biggest bounty winner was fourth-place finisher David “Atiesh” Williams ($46,419 total), who won $21,383 in bounties.

#14: $500 The BIG Bounty NLH Final Table Results

Place Player Country Bounty Prize Total
1 Oleg “Ispanec” Tarnovski Moldova $58,852 $47,281 $106,133
2 Manfred “MissGranger” Hermann Austria $3,234 $47,164 $50,398
3 “Wait_What” Israel $9,218 $34,384 $43,602
4 David “Atiesh” Williams Mexico $21,383 $25,036 $46,419
5 Daniel “Rock Pitbull” Bertoldi Brazil $2,578 $18,230 $20,808
6 “KeepControl” Brazil $15,886 $13,274 $29,160
7 “jimmi109” Mexico $6,289 $9,665 $15,954
8 “Strawberriezzz” Cyprus $12,586 $7,037 $19,623
9 “wujstefan” Poland $4,130 $5,124 $9,254

WSOP Online Series On GGPoker Will Feature 33 Bracelet Events From Aug. 20-Oct. 2

Thirty hours of play for $800 Ultra Deepstack Winner

Guillaume Nolet
Guillaume Nolet

1,573 players coughed up the $800 for Event #15: $800 Ultra Deepstack No-Limit Hold’em, putting $1,195,480 in the prize pool and $153,195 up top.

With deep stacks to start with and such a high turnout this tourney ran for 29 hours and 24 minutes, ending up as an endurance sport as much as a battle of minds for the eventual winner Panagiota “ANXXOO333” Dimitrakopoulou.

Dimitrakopoulou beat the Maltese pro Alessandro “Metapod Lv100” Pichierri heads up ending the long day-plus-change of play. Of particular note at this final table was Guillaume Nolet who took fourth, adding $64,601 to his $1.5 million in tournament live wins.

#15: $800 Ultra Deepstack No-Limit Hold’em Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Panagiota “ANXXOO333” Dimitrakopoulou China $153,195
2 Alessandro “Metapod Lv100” Pichierri Malta $114,879
3 Gennaro “JackpotPlssssss” Proscia Austria $86,147
4 Guillaume Nolet Canada $64,601
5 Simon Lofberg Austria $48,444
6 Labora “VoidWalker” Inigo Hong Kong $36,327.93
7 Luiz “Infxtantibus” De Melo Brazil $27,242
8 Max “scharinoo0” Buschmann Austria $20,429
9 David “Atiesh” Williams Mexico $15,319

#16: $1,050 Secret Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha

In the 2023 WSOP Online equivalent of a mystery bounty event, Geraldo “UmReiNoRiver” Neto came out on top winning $92,000 in bounties and $67,567 for first place.

Neto topped out a field of 865 players who were in the hunt for their share of the $865,000 prize pool. This prize pool was split evenly between position payouts and secret bounties which could be collected by knocking out other players.

Elias Harala won the largest amount in bounties at $100,800. As a result, he was among the biggest winners of the event despite only earning $3,157 for his 23rd-place finish.

#16: $1,050 Secret Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha Final Table Results

Place Player Country Bounty Prize Total
1 Geraldo “UmReiNoRiver” Neto Brazil $92,000 $67,567 $159,567
2 David Mzareulov Mexico $18,200 $49,128 $67,328
3 Shu Yih Ng Malaysia $7,800 $35,722 $113,722
4 Eddy Nedialkov Austria $2,700 $25,973 $28,673
5 Hernando “dardusss” Guzman Mexico $2,700 $18,886 $21,586
6 Shuki Saadon Israel $36,800 $13,732 $50,532
7 “deoliveira78” Panama $800 $9,984 $10,784
8 Alejo “Hugo_Ronzi” Castellazzi Argentina $3,500 $7,260 $10,760
9 Alan Sabo Slovakia $10,200 $6,146 $16,346

Nezer, Steves & Koliakov Pick Up First Bracelets from 2023 WSOP Online

Big Names Run Deep In Short Deck Championship

Marcin Barwinski
Runner-up Marcin Barwinski

The UK-based player “SuperSolid” redeemed themselves in the #18: $5,000 Short Deck Championship [3-Stack]. Last week, “SuperSolid” made it all the way to heads up in Event #11: $100 FLIP & GO No-Limit Hold’em. However, they were knocked out by Jinlong “yiliuqi” Hu.

No such disappointment this week when “SuperSolid” plowed through a final table’s worth of big names to take home the $5k Short Deck title, the bracelet, and $153,471 in prize money.

Up against the anonymous “SuperSolid” were eight named players: Marcin Barwinski, Joao Vieira, David Mzareulov, Martin Nielsen, Ivan Ermin, Ole Schemion, Stoyan Madanzhiev, and Ukraine’s Artem Kobylynskyi.

Any one of these players would be enough to make a short deck table tough. To beat all eight of them is quite an achievement.

#18: $5,000 Short Deck Championship [3-Stack] Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 “SuperSolid” United Kingdom $153,471
2 Marcin Barwinski Poland $110,962
3 Joao Vieira Brazil $80,228
4 David Mzareulov Mexico $58,007
5 Martin Nielsen Austria $41,940
6 Ivan Ermin Monaco $30,323
7 Ole Schemion Austria $21,924
8 Stoyan Madanzhiev Montenegro $12,804
9 Artem Kobylynskyi Ukraine $11,625

Marks, Yanovich, Hu Among Latest Bracelet Winners in 2023 WSOP Online

“DeviLInMe” Tops Out Day 1D Of Main Event

Day 1D of the Main Event saw the field grow by an additional 605 entries, adding $2,873,750 to the growing prize pool (currently still below the guarantee of $25 million). With seven more flights to go, there is still plenty of time for that prize pool to keep growing.

Some big names who booked a big stack on Day 1D included: Artur Martirosian with 877,067 for 11th, Diogo Coelho with 532,785 for 25th, and Nikita Kuznetsov with 410,742 for 35th.

“DeviLInMe” did not manage to take the top spot away from Day 1C chip leader Gergely Kulcsar. However, they came within 30k of the chip lead and is currently number two in chips. They are also one of only four players with more than 2 million, including Daniyar Aubakirov with 2,122,973

WSOP Online Main Event Day 1D Top 10 Chip Counts

Place Player Country Chip Count
1 “DeviLInMe” Montenegro 2,246,633
2 Daniyar Aubakirov Khazakstan 2,122,973
3 Ramiro Petrone Uruguay 1,695,541
4 “H8fUl” Montenegro 1,692,837
5 “@ndr0med@” Russia 1,413,686
6 “Svinyachi doezd” Mexico 1,342,340
7 Aleksejs Ponakovs Latvia 1,136,396
8 Kannapong “Kannapong Tent” Thanarattrakul Thailand 1,028,473
9 “KingAlexMVP” Russia 940,289

2023 WSOP Online: Main Event Champ Espen Jorstad Denied Third Bracelet

2023 WSOP Online Bracelet Winners Table

EVENT Entries Prize Pool Winner Payout
#1: $108 Bankroll Builder Bounty NLHE 7,619 $761,900 Or “Nezer21” Nezer $58,884
#2: $300 Gladiators of Poker Opener, $2.5M GTD [Final Day] 9,488 $2,647,152 Vinicius Steves $234,707
#3: $2,100 Bounty NLH Championship 667 $1,354,000 Sergei “Meruemu” Koliakov $158,345
#4: $840 Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha 706 $564,800  Paulius “redpillgame” Vaitiekunas $81,848
#5: $500 Ladies No-Limit Hold’em Championship 167 $79,325 Jessica “butfirstwine” Marks $16,613
#6: $1,500 MONSTER STACK No-Limit Hold’em 1,207 $1,719,975 Sean “EEewashu99” Boyle $231,821
#7: $210 Mystery Millions – $1M Top Bounty, $10M GTD [Day 2] 51,211 $10,242,200 Yurii “pumbiko_O” Olinyk $360,139
#8: $2,500 Limit Hold’em Championship 124 $294,500 Terrance Chan $64,021
#9: $315 Bounty No-Limit Hold’em 2.856 $848,232 Sergio “Nextgoal” Ballestin Mur $65,595
#10: $1,050 Beat the Pros Bounty NLH 956 $956,000 Leonid Yanovich $110,843
#11: $100 FLIP & GO No-Limit Hold’em, $1M GTD [Go Stage] 7,688 $1,260,365 Jinlong “yiliuqi” Hu $122,587
#12: $500 Mini Main Event No-Limit Hold’em, $2.5M GTD 8,709 $3,565,350 Peng “gaosinimen999” Zhou $326,692
#13: $5,000 6-Handed NLH Championship 487 $2,313,250 Boris “Zivakov” Neykov $426,171
#14: $500 The BIG Bounty NLH 2,623 $1,245,925 Oleg “Ispanec” Tarnovski $106,133
#15: $800 Ultra Deepstack No-Limit Hold’em 1,573 $1,195,480 Panagiota “ANXXOO333” Dimitrakopoulou $153,195
#16: $1,050 Secret Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha 865 $865,000 Geraldo “UmReiNoRiver” Neto $159,567
#18: $5,000 Short Deck Championship [3-Stack] 126 $598,500 “SuperSolid” $153,471

Sharelines

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Catch Your No-Deposit Bonus: A Step-by-Step Guide for Those Who Don’t Like to Miss Opportunities
Day 15: Putting $1000 on ONE chance to win
Anyma at the Las Vegas Sphere for New Year’s
Daniel Negreanu Calls for Rule Clarity After WSOP Main Event Controversy
Hall of Fame Racehorse Trainer Bob Baffert’s Suspension Lifted by Churchill Downs

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *