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Kacper Pyzara Wins First Bracelet in Event #5: $315 Bounty Deepstack for $79,789
Kacper Pyzara outlasted 44 other players to come from behind during heads-up play and defeat Evgeny "pro_nl" Kochubey on Day 2 of Event #5: $315 Bounty Deepstack to collect $79,789 for the win which included $43,504 in bounties.
The fifth event of the 2021 GGPoker WSOP Online drew 2,001 unique entries and 988 rebuys to generate a prize pool of $896,700. The event also featured a progressive bounty with $75 of each entry going into the bounty pool. After each elimination, the winning player claimed half of their opponent’s bounty and added the other half to their own growing total.
Event #5: $315 Bounty Deepstack Final Table Results
|2||Evgeny "pro_nl" Kochubey||Russia||$16,952||$36,194||$53,146|
|3||Moti "rtm6789" Ohayon||Israel||$5,801||$26,386||$32,187|
|4||Baoyang "baoyang666" Xu||China||$9,886||$19,213||$29,099|
|5||Takao "shimizu9" Shimizu||Japan||$2,794||$13,990||$16,784|
|6||Takahiko "tanyaodora3" Nishiyama||Japan||$3,816||$10,186||$14,002|
|7||Martina "Dopierdole" Ciklaminiova||Slovakia||$3,132||$7,417||$10,549|
|8||Arkadiy "Kamsky" Tsinis||United States||$2,652||$5,401||$8,053|
Fourty-five players made it back to day 2, but not everyone made it to the final table. Jonah Silverstein (12th - $2,863 + $5,777), Franco "pelaguacha" Spitale (13th - $2551 + $1,798), and Aliaksei Boika (33rd - $1,607 + $656) were among the notable busts throughout a day that saw a lot of action as bounties grew.
The bubble of the final table pitted the suited queen-ten of "mars917" against the pocket sevens of Xu. The pocket pair survived a straight draw on the turn to eliminate "mars917" in 10th for $2,863 and $4,744 in bounties, leaving the final nine to compete for the bracelet.
Final Table Action
The pace picked up immediately for the final nine as Vicente Delgado, Arkadiy "Kamsky" Tsinis, and Martina "Dopierdole" Ciklaminiova were all eliminated within minutes of one another in the first 30 minutes of final table action. Delgado’s bluff ran into pocket aces against eventual second-place finisher Kochubey. Tsinis lost a coin flip to third-place finisher Moti "rtm6789" Ohayon and Kochubey made quick work of Ciklaminiova’s pocket tens with pocket queens of his own.
Takahiko "tanyaodora3" Nishiyama finished in sixth place after outlasting the first three final table eliminations to shove the shortest stack with ten-eight, only to lose when Pyzara called with ten-six and found a six on the flop. Takao "shimizu9" Shimizu took fifth after coming up short on a flush draw against the pocket kings of Kochubey. Baoyang “baoyang666” Xu came into Day 2 as the chip leader and continued the run to an impressive fourth-place finish, losing with ace-four to the pocket sevens of Kochubey.
Action slowed down for the final three as Ohayon hung around with a short stack, managing to double up before eventually falling with ace-eight against the ace-king of Pyzara. Ohayon claimed $26,386 for third place and collected $5,801 in bounties.
Pyzara Battles Back
Kochubey came into the final table as the chip leader and held onto it until heads-up, where Pyzara doubled up to take the lead with a pair of eights against the missed inside straight draw from Kochubey’s jack-seven. Pyzara applied pressure right away to cross the 100 million chip mark before Kochubey caught pocket kings twice to fight back before the final break.
When the final two players returned from break it was all Pyzara, who crossed the 100 million mark again with two pair on queen-ten against the jack-eight of Kochubey. Kochubey was able to double once more when he turned a pair of queens to beat the pocket jacks of Pyzara. Eventually, it was the pocket sixes for Pyzara that outlasted the ace-queen of Kochubey to earn him his first gold bracelet.
Coming up next for the PokerNews live reporting team is the Go Stage of Event #6: $200 FLIP & Go and the Final Day of Event #7: $1,500 MILLIONAIRE MAKER NLH. Monday, August 9 will be a day off but on Tuesday, the action will resume with Event #8: $5,000 6-Handed Championship, so make sure to keep coming back to find out who will run deep!
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Evgeny "pro_nl" Kochubey Eliminated in 2nd Place ($36,194 + $16,952)
Kacper Pyzara raised to 2,400,000 from the button and Evgeny "pro_nl" Kochubey three-bet jammed for 24,720,488 for Pyzara to quickly make the call again.
Evgeny "pro_nl" Kochubey:
The board ran out for Pyzara to improve his pocket pair to a full house to eliminate Kochubey as the runner-up.
Pyzara wins $36,285 plus $43,504 in bounties and his first WSOP bracelet while Kochubey walks away with $36,194 plus $16,952 in bounties.
A recap is to follow.
Kochubey Hits the Turn to Double Up
Evgeny "pro_nl" Kochubey shoved from the button for 12,285,244 for Kacper Pyzara to snap-call.
Evgeny "pro_nl" Kochubey:
The flop came for Pyzara to stay ahead with two pair but for Kochubey to pick up some extra outs with the gutshot to a straight.
The turn was the for Kochubey to hit the higher two pair and he stayed ahead as the completed the board for him to double up.
More Than 100 Million for Pyzara
Evgeny "pro_nl" Kochubey limped in on the button and Kacper Pyzara raised to 3,600,000 which Kochubey called.
The flop came , Pyzara continued with a bet of 2,475,000 and Kochubey raised it up to 6,787,500 which was called.
The turn was the and Pyzara check-called the 6,387,000 continuation-bet of Kochubey.
The river completed the board with the and they both checked. Kochubey tabled the for Pyzara to take the pot as he held the for two pair.
Pyzara Takes Another One
Kacper Pyzara raised to 2,520,000 from the button and Evgeny "pro_nl" Kochubey defended.
They both checked through the flop to the on the turn. Kochubey bet 1,922,400 and Pyzara called.
The river completed the board with the and Kochubey fired another bet over the line, this time one for 3,906,528. Pyzara raised to 12,405,456 for Kochubey to dive into the tank and then fold.
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While the last 18 months have been strange for most people in the poker world, it could be said that it's been much stranger for Lukas 'RobinPoker' Robinson.
If you don't know him, Robinson is a Twitch poker world record holder who streamed 1,000 hours in 100 days and has since gone on to quit his job and become a member of the GGPoker Twitch Team. It's a whirlwind story from start to finish, but now the professional poker player from Northern England is ready for yet another milestone - playing in the World Series of Poker Online.
We caught up with Robinson to find out how he was preparing, what he's going to be doing differently for his assault on the Series, and how it would feel to win a bracelet of his own.
Kochubey Wins Final Hand Before Fifth Break of the Day
Evgeny "pro_nl" Kochubey limped in on the button and Kacper Pyzara opted to check.
The flop came , Pyzara check-raised the 1,200,000 bet of Kochubey to 4,200,000 which was called.
They both checked through the on the turn to the on the river. Pyzara bet 3,063,000 and got called for him to show the . Kochubey picked up the pot before going into another 5-minute break with the .