The 2020 World Series of Poker Online on GGPoker continued on Tuesday with Event #65: $600 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstacck Championship attracting a 2,911-entrant field which created a prize pool of $1,659,270. Ukraine’s Dmytro “Too Bad” Bystrovzorov defeated Florian “Gaug1nho” Gaugusch heads-up to win his first WSOP bracelet, the $227,906 first-place prize, and an added WSOP Europe package.
James “PHJ10” Carroll would be eliminated on the bubble by Patrick “CocoTheDog” Mahoney to ensure the top 368 players finished in-the-money. Those included GGPoker ambassadors Felipe Ramos and Bertrand Grospellier, along with Tom Middleton, Benny Glaser, Anson Tsang, Ali Imsirovic, Dario Sammartino, Chris Moorman, Dylan Linde, Elio Fox, Joao Simao, and Pavel Plesuv.
Ivan Banic held a slender chip lead heading into the final table before Giovani Torre would be the first to fall when his ace-high lost to pocket kings. Ivan Constantin would be eliminated in eighth-place seeing his queen-jack unable to outdraw Gaugusch’s ace-king, and shortly after, Wojciech Barzantny exited in seventh losing ace-queen to the pocket tens of Stanley Topol. Banic’s time as chip leader would end, and he would then be eliminated in sixth-place when his ace-king was outdrawn by the ace-queen of Christopher Putz.
Down to five-handed play, chips circled for a few orbits before Topol was eliminated in fifth when his king-queen was unable to best Putz’ pocket nines. Putz would unfortunately exit in fourth-place losing ace-deuce to Matthew Train’s pocket aces. Train would fall next losing pocket queens to the pocket kings of Bystrovzorov as the Ukrainian entered heads-up play holding a small lead over Gaugusch. After a little back-and-forth, Bystrovzorov limped the button with ace-seven and Gaugusch raised holding pocket queens. Bystrovzorov shoved and Gaugusch called all in before an ace-high board would ensure Bystrovzorov was crowned the Event #65 champion.
|Event #65 Final Table Results|
Up Next on GGPoker for WSOP Online
Wednesday will host Event #66: $800 Pot-Limit Omaha, while Thursday will see the Event #67: $500 Limit Hold’em before a total of three WSOP bracelets are awarded on the weekend.
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