The 2020 World Series of Poker Online on GGPoker continued on Saturday with the conclusion of Event #70: $25,000 POKER PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP that was down to the final table of nine players from the 407-entrant field. Germany's Christian Rudolph would defeat American Chris Hunichen heads-up to capture his first WSOP
The 2020 World Series of Poker Online on GGPoker continued over the weekend with three WSOP bracelet winners being crowned, and one final table being reached. Event #70: $25,000 POKER PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP played down to a final table, and the remaining nine players will go on a hiatus until Saturday,
Anton Suarez is your 2020 partypoker UK Millions Main Event champion taking home the $1,000,000 first prize after a fierce final table battle that included James Romero, and former champ Maria Lampropoulos. The Swedish champion came to Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham to play some cash games, aware of the great action
Anton Suarez came to Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham to play some cash games, having heard how great the action can be during a tournament week like the partypoker MILLIONS UK. But, as he was a bit early, no games of his interest ran and so he joined a $500
Christian Rudolph had dropped to 10 big blinds after calling a river bet from Anton Suarez with queen high on a [tsjhtc4sac] board. Suarez had flopped trips with [td5d] and eked out 20,000,000 in total in that hand. With this small stack facing a recent blind raise to 3,000,000/6,000,000 - a
Having saved his own tournament life with a river fold holding [6d8c] on a [6hqdkc2h3s] board (Anton Suarez setting him in with [6s2d]), Christian Rudolph picked up a pot without risking it all on a [tc2d3c] board with a check-raise from 12,000,000 to 27,000,000. He held [qc5d]; Suarez had been
Another pot-a-minute stretch, with Suarez coming out of the multiple small skirmishes ever so slightly further ahead.
It was only a matter of pair vs. pair to get all the chips in the middle - [8d8s] on the button for Anton Suarez and [7h7d] for big blind Christian Rudolph. Suarez made it 14,000,000 to go preflop, then called his full 187,000,000 off to find himself in good
Though Christian Rudolph was the winner of two decent sized pots recently, opponent Anton Suarez managed to get away from top pair on both, which could easily have been more costly. One saw Rudolph flop a straight with [7d8s] in the big blind on a [5d6d9d] board, while button Suarez held
Christian Rudolph put in a check-raise worth 52,000,000 on a flop of [8h6cqc] holding [kc9s]. Button Anton Suarez, with [jd9d], had bet 18,000,000, and proceeded to bet even more with his jack high - a total of 100,000,000. He was rewarded with a fold.