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With the blinds at 40,000/80,000/10,000, action folded around to Mike "Mouth123" Matusow and he moved all in to put the pressure on the two short stacks in the blinds. John "Pteh8" Kim folded from the small blind while Joseph "ruigomez" Ruigomez called off for 205,664 from the big.
Mike "Mouth123" Matusow:
Joseph "ruigomez" Ruigomez:
Matusow was out in front and he held as the board ran out . Ruigomez was eliminated in 51st place for $2,060.59.
Remember, the WSOP.com portion of the 2020 World Series of Poker online events has a $100,000 Leaderboard.
They're running a $100,000 Leaderboard attached to the Online Bracelets that are running every day in July. The leaderboard will pay out the top 50 players. Climb your way to the top to win a share of the $100,000 in cash prize money.
Through the first 21 events, the 2020 WSOP online series has catered to 28,025 entrants and has awarded $17,569,915 in prize money.
Here's a look at the rankings as seen on WSOP.com on 7/22/20:
Robert "bustinballs" Kuhn
Michael "MiguelFiesta" Lech
Ryan "Im.Sorry" Torgersen
Philip "tomte" Yeh
Roland "prngls12" Israelashvili
Jonathan "Art.Vandelay" Dokley
Tony "Panoramic" Dunst
Ryan "Joeyisamush" Depaulo
Dave "DunningKrugr" Alfa
Allen “Acnyc718” Chang
*The Seniors Event is excluded from the leaderboard
It was a night to remember on GGPoker as their first-ever WSOP bracelet events — part of a 54-event schedule spread out across the next months — kicked off. Unfortunately, on a night where three bracelet winners were supposed to be crowned, two of the events ran into a critical bug and had to be suspended to next week.
The lightning-fast Event #34: $525 Super Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold'em 6-Handed — clocking in at a mere 3 hours and 15 minutes start to finish to make it the fastest-ever bracelet event — was unaffected by the technical issues and played out as normal. In total, 2,214 entries of $525 each were made to create a total prize pool of $1,107,000.
In the end, it was Shoma "pp_syon" Ishikawa of Japan writing history as GGPoker's first-ever online bracelet winner, as well as the third person from Japan after Naoya Kihara and Takahiro Nakai to claim the coveted prize. Ishikawa is an emerging talent from the land of the rising sun with $34,238 in lifetime cashes according to The Hendon Mob, all made in South Korea and Vietnam.
With blinds at 16,000/32,000/4,000, Jeff "NedrudRelyt" Madsen open-jammed under the gun for 312,764 and he received isolation from Matthew "GitGot" Volosevich who came over the top for 806,156 from late position.
Jeff "NedrudRelyt" Madsen:
Matthew "GitGot" Volosevich:
Madsen was racing for his tournament and fell behind after the flop gave Volosevich top two-pair.
The turn was no help for Madsen nor was the river ending his tournament in 114th place for $994.77.