Natural8 2020 WSOP Online Hands of the Week: Negreanu Beat By Straight Flush
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Natural8 was home to the WSOP 2020 Online which featured 54 Bracelet Events from July 19th through September 6th. All the Natural8 Winner's Circle have been claimed with up to $700,000 in Sponsorship awarded.
The 2020 World Series of Poker (WSOP) online bracelet events are in the books. Since the beginning of June, 85 WSOP gold bracelets were awarded on the digital felt across two different clients: WSOP.com and GG Poker, which includes Natural8.
Each week, we’ve highlighted a “Hand(s) of the Week,” which have included bad beats, lucky suck outs, and game-changing swings.
- Week 1: Daniel “DNegs” Negreanu’s up and down rollercoaster ride
- Week 2: Jeff “mavsusc” Platt’s lucky sevens
- Week 3: Ryan “joeyisamush” Depaulo from the Whole Foods parking lot
- Week 4: Negreanu vs. Hellmuth; Leng’s Bad Beat
- Week 5: Bad Beat in First Hand of COLOSSUS Final Table
- Week 6: Dvoress Plays for the Win, Not the Ladder
- Week 7: Mark Herm Runs Into a Straight Flush
- Week 8: Negreanu Channels His Inner Phil Hellmuth
- Week 9: One Outer in Three-Way All-In Pot
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Samuel Vousden Ladders Up Nearly $50K
On Day 3 of Event #77: $5,000 NLH Main Event, there were 16 players remaining in Level 22 (250,000/500,000/60,000) when Day 1a chip leader Samuel Vousden, who was first to act, raised to 1 million and Craig Timmis opted for a three-bet to 2.5 million in the cutoff, which Vousden called.
Both players checked the flop and Vousden activated his time bank before leading the turn for 1,557,500, as Timmis came along.
Onto the river, Vousden made it 1.5 million to go and Timmis then moved all in with the superior stack. Vousden was sent deep into the think tank and he called for the 8,850,956 on top that he had behind.
Timmis flipped over and Vousden earned the double with .
That big call allowed Vousden to hold on a bit longer and instead of busing in 16th place for $113,465m he went on to finish in 12th for $161,686.
Stoyan Madanzhiev Benefits from Satoshi Isomae’s Failed Bluff
In the same tournament, it was Level 24 (350,000/700,000/85,000) and down to five players when a big hand went down.
It all started rather innocent with a cutoff raise to 1.54 million by Stoyan Madanzhiev and Satoshi Isomae then three-bet out of the small blind to 4,483,500, which Madanzhiev called.
They headed to the flop on which Isomae continued for 11,605,800 into a pot of 10,092,000 and was called.
No betting action followed on the turn and Isomae then moved all in for 23,411,295 on the river. Without using his allotted time bank, Madanzhiev called and Isomae tabled for a stone-cold bluff.
Madanzhiev had flopped two pair with and earned the huge pot, sending Isomae out in fifth place for $949,937 while Madanzhiev went on to become the Main Event champ for $3,904,686.
Negreanu Beat By a Straight Flush
Meanwhile, in Sunday’s Event #83: $10K WSOP Super MILLION$, $5M GTD, GGPoker Ambassador Daniel Negreanu was looking to cash in on some bracelet events. Unfortunately, his last chance to get it done came up short due in no small part to being beat by a straight flush.
The evidence... https://t.co/2VinTNIJ83— Daniel Negreanu (@RealKidPoker)
Negreanu went on to close out his 2020 WSOP online series with yet another min-cash, eventually falling in Level 28 (20,000/40,000/5,000) to Ivan Galinec. It happened when Galinec raised to 70,000 from under the gun and Negreanu defended his big blind.
The flop came , Negreanu shoved for 223,475 and was called by Galinec with the bigger stack.
Negreanu had flopped a pair of tens but Galinec held the overpair.
The rest of the board was completed with the and the to eliminated Negreanu.
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