The 2020 World Series of Poker Online on GGPoker continued on Saturday with the conclusion of Event #54: $10,000 Heads-Up Championship that was down to the final four from the 128-player field. Michael Addamo, David Peters, Alyssa MacDonald, and Michael Zhang were all guaranteed $124,160 in prize money as all
The 2020 World Series of Poker Online on GGPoker continued on Saturday with the Event #54: $10,00 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold'em Championship reaching the final four players. The capped 128-player field created a prize pool of $1,241,600, and when play concluded for the day, Michael Addamo, David Peters, Alyssa MacDonald, and
Maria Lampropoulos saw off a 1,204-strong field back in 2017 to win the first MILLIONS event for £1,000,000 and is looking at a second deep run here this year. She just took a chunk of chips from Michael Zhang who gave it maximum firepower but ran into a real hand: We
Rainer Kempe opened the button for 60,000 but would discover soon enough that he wouldn't be picking up the blinds just that easy. Small blind Michael Zhang three-bet to 230,000 and big blind Luke Reeves cold four-bet to 500,000 even. That was all Kempe needed to hear and he got
Michael Zhang opened the button and Igor Kurganov called from the big blind. Kurganov check-called 30,000 on [4s4hKc] before they both checked the [Tc] on the turn. Kurganov led for 125,000 on the [2d] river. Zhang called and showed a winner with [Ah3d] as Kurganov's [QdJc] proved no good.
An ace on the river spelled a big pot for Kristen Bicknell, who had bet from the flop onwards when initial preflop raiser Alex Foxen (cutoff) checked at each opportunity. She bet her [Ax9x] off-suit for 65,000 on the [4d2d6s] flop, called by Foxen with the best diamond draw -
Michael Zhang raised to 10,000 on the button and Kathy Lehne three-bet the small blind to 25,000. Zhang called, and when the flop landed [4sKs4h], Lehne bet out 25,000 and Zhang quickly folded.
After one of the most bizarre, topsy-turvy final days of the 2019 British Poker Open or indeed any event, Spanish player Sergi Reixach took full advantage of the swings to become Event #6 champion and put himself in the running for the overall leaderboard winner a week from today. https://twitter.com/PokerGO/status/1170769517888196608?s=20 Relive the