WSOPC ONLINE WINNERS OF WINTER CIRCUIT
Niklas Astedt won WSOPC#13 $10,000 heads-up no-limit hold’em. He has won a whopping amount of $348,250 which in turn increased his overall earnings and after adding this amount his earnings amount to approximately $6 million only on just GGPoker and the rest are yet to be counted. However, there has been a huge amount of gold being guaranteed this year which is exactly an amount of $100,000,000. Also, the 18 ring event festival has seen many of the notable players locking up some mind-blowing scores and gaining a lot of cash. This is indeed crazy enough. Hence, this winter was an amazing round of winter circuit.
Let’s discuss some of the events, their buy-ins, prize pool, total entries, the top prize, and winners:
- In event BIG $50 we had a buy-in of $50 with the total prize pool as $1,439,386 having 31,291 entries in total and the winner of the event was Aleksey “Imluckpads” Savenkov who won the top prize of $168,810.
- In the event Super MILLION$, we had a buy-in of $10,300 with the total prize pool as $5,110,000 having 511 entries in total and the winner of the event was Joaquin Melagno who managed to win the amount of top prize which is $636,072.
- In the Deepstack NLHE championship, the buy-ins were $3000 and had a total prize pool of $1,436,400 with an estimate of 504 entries in which Christian Jeppsson was the winner who got the top prize of $244,202.
- In Monster Stack NLHE the buy-ins were $800 only and had the pool prize of $1,060,200 and had a total of 1395 entries in which the winner was Sihao “Mr_3rdBullet” Zhang and he managed to grab the top prize of $140,472.
- Pulkit Goyal was the winner of the Pot-Limit Omaha event in which the buy-ins were $600 only and the entries were 1041 also this was the event having the pool prize of $1,060,200 and Pulkit Goyal got $82,052 as the top prize for winning the event.
- In Mini Main Event the buy-ins were $170 only but the prize pool was the highest amounting to around $2,733,559 in which there was the maximum number of entries of 17,478 in which “CallMeBatya” was declared as the winner and he grabbed the top prize of $277,277.
- Carlos ”wtf is this” Henrique declared as the winner of NLHE 6-handed championship in which the buy-ins were of $1500 only and the entries were of 889 also this was the event having the pool prize of $1,266,825 and Carlos Henrique got $153,213 as of the top prize for winning the event.
- Now we had the event named Marathon in which the winner was Seungmook “7high” Jung and he won around $ 277,277. In this particular event, the prize pool was $720,480 and the entries for the same were around 1264.
These were some of the notable winners of some really good events.