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Sunday Briefing: Victories for Nemeth and Pateychuk

Andras Nemeth

Andras “probirs” Nemeth and Andrey “ThePateychuk” Pateychuk were just two superstars who helped themselves to a top prize of a Sunday Major at PokerStars this weekend.

Both players are no strangers to final tables of tournaments, especially in high stakes games where the pair seem to excel.

Nemeth’s victory came in the $1,050 Sunday Warm-Up, a tournament that attracted a compact field of 62 entries. This resulted in the top nine finishers sharing the $62,000 prize pool.

Christian “WATnlos” Rudolph fell in 10th place to set the final table and burst the money bubble at the same time. This paved the way for the likes of Torben “Tralllle” Soerensen, “P0KERPR02.0” and Andrey “Anjeyyy” Novak to see a return in their investment.

Jans “Graftekkel” Arends fired three bullets at this event and the final once saw him eventually finish sixth for $3,936. “Remi_Lebo_10”, and “Sintoras” crashed out before Viktor “papan9_p$” Ustimov saw his tournament end abruptly in third-place, a finish worth $9,379.

Heads-up pitted together two legends of the game. Nemeth locked horns with Niklas “Lena900” Astedt and the pair struck a deal to flatten the payouts. This meant Astedt got his hands on $15,485 when he busted in second place, which was more than the $13,777 Nemeth collected.

1Andras “probirs” NemethHungary$13,777*
2Niklas “Lena900” AstedtSweden$15,485*
3Viktor “papan9_p$” ustimovRussia$9,379
6Jans “Graftekkel” ArendsAustria$3,936
7Andrey “Anjeyyy” NovakUkraine$2,946
9Torben “Tralllle” SoerensenDenmark$1,987

*reflects a heads-up deal

Pateychuk’s victory came in the $215 Sunday Warm-Up and saw him outlast 634-opponents on his way to turning $215 into $22,035.

The Russian found himself heads-up against Brazil’s “4FKvothe” for the lion’s share of the prize pool. Pateychuk, a former World Poker Tour champion, got the job done and bushed his Brazilian opponent aside. Second-place weighed in at $15,990 while third-place finisher “LOBAXHiNO” of Argentina won $11,604, the only other five-figure score of the competition.

1Andrey “ThePateychuk” PateychukRussia$22,035
6Kilian “caaaaamel” KramerAustria$4,435

Some of the other victories at PokerStars on September 27 included:

  • “kZhh” – first-place in the $1,050 Sunday High Roller for $35,708
  • Alexandre “ReWARds84” Reard – first-place in the $215 Bounty Builder for $32,096*
  • “BernadoC6” – first-place in the $109 Bounty Builder for $29,334*
  • “LeslieGroves” – first-place in the $1,050 Sunday Cooldown for $25,781*
  • “E6yperoff” – first-place in the $109 Sunday Cooldown for $23,718*
  • “akayagi44” – first-place in the $215 Bounty Builder for $21,573*
  • “zerodeda” – first-place in the $1,050 Sunday Supersonic for $20,290
  • “Rebel FishAK” – first-place in the $215 Fat Sunday Turbo for $18,900
  • “!Mp!yaw” – first-place in the $215 Sunday Supersonic for $17,157
  • “bensephton” – first-place in the $530 Sunday Marathon for $10,253
  • “Chrosty” – first-place in the Hotter $109 for $9,378
  • Tyler “wonderboy222” Goatcher – first-place in the Bigger $109 for $9,095
  • “Argentin_GOd” – first-place in the $530 Omania for $7,797
  • “Mucking Jr” – first-place in the Hotter $162 PKO for $6,228*
  • “FAL1st” – first-place in the $215 NLO8 Sunday Supersonic for $4,142

*includes bounty payments

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Daniel Neilson Wins the partypoker Big Game

Some 469 players turned out for this week’s partypoker Big Game, meaning the $200,000 guarantee was beaten by $24,650. Sixty-four of those started received a slice of the pie, with a min-cash weighing in at $1,123.

This sum increased to $4,257 by the time the eight-handed final table was set. The top five finishers each secured a five-figure score for their efforts.

Jeremy Saderne fell in fifth and collected $10,199 with David Stephenson’s fourth-place exit being worth $14,377. Brazil’s Marllon Pinto banked $20,472 when he crashed out in third, which left Daniel Neilson and Viktor Ustimov to butt heads for the lion’s share of the prize pool.

The heads-up battle went Neilson’s way and he scooped an impressive $41,858. Ustimov padded his bankroll with a $29,854 consolation prize.

1Daniel NeilsonMexico$41,858
2Viktor UstimovRussia$29,854
3Marllon PintoBrazil$20,472
4David StephensonUnited Kingdom$14,377
5Jeremy SaderneUnited Kingdom$10,199
6Philipp HofbauerAustria$7,413
7Patrick LauberUnited Kingdom$5,279
8Mario Juste SanchezIreland$4,257

The $55 buy-in Gladiator was one of the biggest partypoker tournaments this weekend thanks to 2,288 players buying in and creating a $120,120 prize pool, which is very impressive for a mid-stakes event.

“benatto” was the last player standing from this ample field and victory was worth $7,110 from the main prize pool plus an additional $3,704 worth of bounty payments. This combined score of $10,814 for a $55 entry is a great result.

Runner-up “Hustle10” almost banked a $10,000 score thanks to a $7,097 second-place prize that was bolstered with $2,672 from the bounty prize pool.

PlacePlayerPrizeBountiesTotal Prize

Some of the other partypoker victories included:

  • Matheus Batista – first-place in the $55 Mini Big Game for $10,000
  • “Bart1971” – first-place in the $22 Predator for $7,800*
  • “San holo1” – first-place in the $530 High Roller Masters PLO for $7,525
  • “guy of hope” – first-place in the $77 Magnificent 77 for $6,353*
  • “GARRACHO” – first-place in the $33 Triple Barrel for $5,636*
  • “Daan_Mota” – first-place in the $22 Classic for $4,339
  • “SkiLLyMciLLy” – first-place in the $109 Bounty Hunter for $3,019*
  • “Elaela27” – first-place in the $109 Bounty Hunter for $3,006*
  • “Ekorrel1409” – first-place in the $55 Bounty Hunter for $2,786*

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Decent Sunday Scores at 888poker

There were some decent scores over at 888poker where Ukraine’s “yarik1903” triumphed in the 888Millions Sunday Special, a $100,000 guaranteed tournament that cost $215 to enter.

A 458-strong field resulted in the tournament overlaying again, not that yarik1903 cared because it meant their first-place prize was worth $19,500. Two other players secured five-figure payouts. “WestCliff26” netted $11,000 for their third-place exit while runner-up “Holdababy” reeled in a $14,500 score.

3WestCliff26 $11,000
4stew_23United Kingdom$8,250
8kiskutya23 $2,400
9xLIVEPROxUnited Kingdom$1,750

Some of the other 888poker results included:

  • “AnySusan” – first-place in the 888Millions Sunday Challenge PKO for $5,635*
  • “dyonvlaar” – first-place in the 888Millions $88 Sunday PKO for $3,267*
  • “Vandangoz” – first-place in the $100 Classic for $1,099

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Massive Scores at GGPoker

As has been the case recently, GGPoker was the home of some massive online poker tournament scores.

The biggest of these weighed in at an incredible $333,513, which Blake “Beast2018!” Bohn got their hands on courtesy of winning the High Roller MILLION$ event. The champion defeated Fabrizio “UknowWhoIam” Gonzalez heads-up to bank the monster-sized prize, leaving the runner-up to scoop $228,523, which isn’t a bad runner-up prize by any stretch of the imagination.

1Blake “Beast2018!” BohnCanada$333,513
2Fabrizio “UknowWhoIam” GonzalezUruguay$228,523
3Julio “bartodlgente” BelluscioArgentina$156,584
4Davide “DJdave_en” NutarelliSan Marino$107,291
5Aaron “FatherFigure” ThivyanathanCanada$73,516
6Chun Ho “chilliBeans” LawHong Kong$50,373
9Jake “YogiNelly” SchwartzCanada$16,205

Ireland’s Conor “TheMajority” O’Driscoll had a career-best online score of $17,116 before Sunday night’s GGSOP MILLION$ but now he can brag of a $228,851 haul. O’Driscoll topped a Final Day field of 2,595 including defeating Alison “Ippo88” Eleres heads-up.

The runner-up and third-place finisher, “irkutski1” of Russia, won the tournament’s other six-figure sums, namely $156,809 and $107,44

1Conor “TheMajority” O’DriscollIreland$228,851
2Alison “Ippo88” EleresBrazil$156,809
4Munna “Ichthy Ophob” PandeyIndia$73,621
5Stefan “C3H5N3O6” LehnerAustria$50,445
6Miguel “PatoAgro88” LopesLuxembourg$34,565
7Luis “LuisRRRRR” SilvaUnited Kingdom$23,684

These are some of the other big wins at GGPoker on September 27:

  • Amir “8ty4calling8” Dvir – first-place in the GGMasters High Roller for $150,816
  • Artur Martirosian – first-place in the High Rollers Blade Mulligan $5K for $90,367
  • Andrii “Brahman33” Novak – first-place in the $3,150 Bounty King for $74,624*
  • HakunaMatat4 – first-place in the $150 GGMastes for $74,077
  • Juha Helppi – first-place in the $800 Marathon for $71,433
  • Isaac Haxton – first-place in the High Rollers Blade Prime $5K for $64,007
  • Diego “JaxTeller” Bittar – first-place in the Bounty Hunters Main Event $210 for $52,392*
  • Stefan Schillhabel – first-place in the Sunday Bounty King $315 for $50,014*
  • eubikense – first-place in the GGSOP Mini Super MILLION$ for $45,373
  • Dominik Panka – first-place in the Sunday Main Event $200 for $44,428
  • Andras Nemeth – first-place in the High Rollers Main Event $1K for $43,107
  • Bolnoi_ybludok – first-place in the Sunday Forty Stack $400 for $39,054
  • Rainer Kempe – first-place in the Sunday Fifty Stack $500 for $36,131
  • Juha Helppi – first-place in the $1,260 Bounty Six Shooter for $35,210*
  • Marc Ladouceur – first-place in the Sunday Special $125 for $24,093
  • Joseph Cheong – first-place in the High Rollers Sunday Cooldown $1K for $17,831
  • Joseph Cheong – first-place in the High Rollers Supersonic Bounty for $15,941*
  • Anton “RUN_CMD” Wigg – first-place in the High Rollers Sunday Wrap-Up $500 for $11,031

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