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Dvoress Dominates Millionaire Maker on WSOP 2020 Online
The 2020 World Series of Poker is well underway. While the United States portion of the series – 31 events – finished on July 31, the 54-tournament international part of the series is going strong.
Players in some countries – like the US and Australia – could not access the international series, which is playing out on the GGPoker Network, so they traveled to countries that granted access. Americans went to Canada or Mexico, and some Australians went to New Zealand. Anyone with the ways and means was not going to miss the WSOP 2020 Online.
Australians and others in the Asia-Pacific region have been playing on the popular GGPoker Network skin Natural8. Last week, we took a look at the first 16 events and results. Winners thus far from the Asia-Pacific region were:
- Event 34: Shoma “pp_syon” Ishikawa of Japan
- Event 37: Hun Wei Lee of Australia
- Event 38: Aaron “fishnchip” Wijaya of China
- Event 46: Sung Joo “ArtePokerTV” Hyun of South Korea
- Event 47: Paul Teoh of Malaysia
Let’s take a look at the winners from the last week.
Event 48: $1,500 NLHE Millionaire Maker ($5M GTD)
- Total entries: 6,299
- Prize pool: $8,976,075
- Paid players: 764 (minimum payout = $2,115)
- Winner: Daniel Dvoress (Canada) $1,489,289
A longtime player, Dvoress won his first bracelet in this event, dominating the final table for the win. Players might also recognize Anatoly Filatov, who finished in third place. A Canadian won this tournament, but players from Brazil, Russia, Argentina, Switzerland, Poland, and Lithuania all made appearances.
Event 49: $500 NLHE Turbo Deepstack
- Total entries: 2,978
- Prize pool: $1,414,550
- Paid players: 368 (minimum payout = $1,213)
- Winner: Vladas “apuokos” Burneikis (Lithuania) $192,523
The short-handed final table also brought in players from France, Bulgaria, Ireland, Canada, and Argentina.
Event 50: $2,100 NLHE Bounty Championship
- Total entries: 1,168
- Prize pool: $2,336,000
- Paid players: 170 (minimum payout = $2,258)
- Winner: Enrico “GTOExploiter” Camosci (Italy) $327,319 ($184,579 + $142,740 in bounties)
The Italian won his first bracelet and accumulated approximately three times the bounties as any competitor. Meanwhile, he defeated players from Turkey, Finland, Russia, Brazil, Poland, Argentina, and the US at the final table.
Event 51: $400 PLO
- Total entries: 2,005
- Prize pool: $753,880
- Paid players: 278 (minimum payout = $876)
- Winner: Eoghan “DrRoche” O’Dea (Ireland) $100,945
Eoghan now has a WSOP gold bracelet to match his father’s, as Donnacha O’Dea won his in a 1998 PLO tournament. Others at the final table represented Canada, South Africa, Norway, Hong Kong, Ukraine, Brazil, and Spain.
Event 52: $1K NLHE
- Total entries: 2,006
- Prize pool: $1,905,700
- Paid players: 278 (minimum payout = $2,214)
- Winner: Alek “astazz” Stasiak (Canada) $273,505
After winning Event 33 in this same series, Stasiak became the first player to win two bracelets in this online series. He overcame other final table players from India, Montenegro, Latvia, Lithuania, Austria, France, and Argentina.
Event 53: $800 PLO Double Stack
- Total entries: 831
- Prize pool: $631,560
- Paid players: 116 (minimum payout = $1,795)
- Winner: Frank “Sbma2016” Crivello (US) $94,253
This event was timed to be more convenient for players in the Asian time zone, but it was an American who took it down. The final table also brought representatives from the UK, Croatia, Albania, Canada, India, and Hong Kong.
Several tournaments remained in play this weekend, including the much-anticipated $10K NLHE Heads-Up Championship and the HK$8K NLHE Asia Championship. and we’ll wrap those next weekend
What’s on Tap?
Items listed in bold are scheduled for the Asia time zone.
- Event 54 – August 8: $10K NLHE Heads-Up Championship (freezeout)
- Event 55 – August 9: HK$8K NLHE Asia Championship (1 reentry/flight, HK$8M GTD)
- Event 56 – August 9: $1,500 NLHE GGMasters High Roller WSOP Edition (freezeout, $2.5M GTD)
- Event 57 – August 9: $150 NLHE GGMasters WSOP Edition (freezeout, $1M GTD)
- Event 58 – August 11: $5K NLHE 6-Handed Championship
- Event 59 – August 12: $2,500 NLHE Double Stack
- Event 60 – August 13: $525 NLHE Bounty 6-Handed
- Event 61 – August 15: $300 NLHE Monster Stack 6-Handed