The tenth day of the 2020 World Championship of Online Poker has passed, and several players managed to top important events. In fact, 11 new champions were crowned, but three of them recorded very important victories – Matheus Zancan and “NoTilt.” Let’s take a look at the events they took part in.
WCOOP-25-L: $215 NLHE (8-Max Sunday Slam)
Matheus “MpZancan” Zancan is a Brazilian player who managed to top WCOOP-25-L: $215 NLHE (8-Max Sunday Slam), winning a total of $182,592. Despite attracting more than 7,176 entries, the event lasted for only 3.5 hours, meaning that Zancan made a really smart investment when paying that $215 buy-in price.
His final price would have been even higher, going above $200,000 if he had struck a deal with “mrlogic” from Latvia and Diego “El Pulgoso” Ostrovich from Argentina during the three-handed play. “Mrlogic” won a total of $148,135, and Ostrovich won $119,117.
WCOOP-25-M: $2,100 NLHE (8-Max Sunday Slam)
A Lithuanian player nicknamed “NoTilt” managed to win WCOOP-25-M: $2,100 NLHE (8-Max Sunday Slam), winning a total of $228,462. They had a tough opponent field, especially during the final table.
The last opponent that “NoTilt” had to face was Austria’s Christian “WATnlos” Rudolph, who failed to improve in the heads-up play, and had to settle for $167,305. The third-place belonged to Julian “nailuj90” Stuer, who also happens to be from Austria. Sture won $122,520. This event also awarded the top three players with six-figure scores, although no deals were made this time.
Other players who made it to the final table, besides the top three ones, were “mmetsla,” David “davaman” Lopez, “Pimms,” “CrazyLissy,” and Francisco “Tomatee” Benitez.
September 8 was a great day for Russian players, as they managed to win six events.
WCOOP 29-L: $11 NLHE (Progressive KO) attracted 25,363 entries, offering the starting prize pool of $248,557. A Russian player named “Gagarinec1” won the first place for $15,661.
WCOOP 29-M: $109 NLHE (Progressive KO) attracted 7,663 entries, and the final prize pool was $766,300. Austria’s “Schildy1984” won the first place for $66,520.
WCOOP-29-H: $1,050 NLHE (Progressive KO) saw 897 entries apply, creating the pool of $897,000. The winner was “YacuTTI” from Russia, who received $129,070.
WCOOP 30-L: $5.50 NLO8 (6-Max) attracted 5,089 players. The prize pool was $24,946, and the winner was “StillGrim420” from the UK, who won $2,042 after a six-handed deal.
WCOOP 30-M: $55 NLO8 (6-Max) saw 1,491 entries apply for it, and “Turok11-S” grabbed the lion’s share of the $74,550 prize pool, winning $11,374.
WCOOP 30-H: $530 NLO8 (6-Max) recorded 303 entries with a prize pool of $151,500. “Recusant_89” from Russia won $28,917 as the first-placed player.
WCOOP 31-L: $5.50 NLHE (4-Max) saw 10,478 entries apply, creating the prize pool of $51,342. “SergeBD” from Russia won the first-place prize of $6,837.
WCOOP 31-M: $55 NLHE (4-Max) attracted 3,932 entries who created the prize pool of 3,932. Greece’s “doungara” won the event for $22,658 after a heads-up deal.
Finally, WCOOP 31-H: $530 NLHE (4-Max) attracted 630 entries that competed for a share of the $315,000 prize pool. Viktor “papan9_p$” Ustimov from Russia managed to win it for $54,378.
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