Yuri Dzivielevski Bags a Brace of GGPoker Titles

Yuri Dzivielevski

Brazilian superstar Yuri Dzivielevski is no stranger to finishing in first place in major poker tournaments. it is a regular occurrence for the two-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner. Dzivielevski triumphed in not one but two GGPoker tournaments at GGPoker on March 28, his first victory coming in the $1,050 Omaholic High Roller side event.

Some 214 players bought in for $1,050 and Dzivelevski outlasted them all. The Brazilian found himself heads-up against Krasimir Yankov after the likes of Andreas Torbergsen, “Jnandez87”, and Leonid Yanovski busted out.

Dzivielevski and Yankov struck a deal that lead to the latter collecting $39,677. The day and $40,348 belonged to Dzivielevski, however.

Side Event: $1,050 Omaholic High Roller Final Table Results

1Yuri DzivielevskiBrazil$40,348*
2Krasimir YankovLebanon$39,677*
4Leonid YanovskiIsrael$19,284
5Ham SandwichArgentina$14,461
9Andreas TorbergsenNorway$4,573

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Victory Number Two For Dzivielevski

A more compact field of 78 entrants competed in the $3,150 Sunday High Rollers Bounty King event, and it was that man Dzivielevski who came out on top once again.

This tournament always draws in a stellar crowd, and this week’s was no different.

Joni Jouhkimainen, Artur Martirosian, Mike Watson, Isaac Haxton, Patrick Leonard, and Anton Wigg all reached the final table, but fell short of glory. Hong Kong’s “MINMINMIN” fell in third to leave Dzivielevski and Joakim Andersson heads-up.

Andersson fell in second-place and collected a combined $25,180, which left Dzivielevski to get his hands on a $62,844 prize and another title.

Andersson enjoyed a ridiculous Sunday, check out some of the results below to see who ridiculous we mean.

$3,150 Sunday High Rollers Bounty King Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrizeBountiesTotal Prize
1Yuri DzivielevskiBrazil$19,954$42,890$62,844
2Joakim AnderssonTurkey$119,930$5,250$25,180
3MINMINMINHong Kong$16,395$2,625$19,020
4Anton WiggAustria$13,480$6,375$19,855
5Patrick LeonardHungary$11,083$8,015$19,098
6Isaac HaxtonCanada$9,113$3,843$12,956
7Mike WatsonCanada$7,492$6,750$14,242
8Artur MartirosianRussia$6,159 $6,159
9Joni JouhkimainenFinland$5,064$1,875$6,939

Other Notable GGPoker Scores From March 28

*includes bounty payments

Schemion Reels in $100K Score at partypoker

There may have only been 67 entrants in partypoker’s new High Roller but they each paid $5,200, meaning the prize pool weighed in at $314,000.

Ole Schemion grabbed the lion’s share of the prize pool, namely $100,517, with both hands after busted Joakim Andersson heads-up. Andersson walked away with another runner-up finish and an additional $62,686.

Each of the seven finalists bagged at least $14,506 for their efforts. Abdulla Alemadi scooped this sum, before Andras nemeth ($17,341), Stephen Chidwick ($21,983), Samuel Vousden ($29,149), and Christian Rudolph ($40,742) crashed out.

The High Roller Final Table Results

1Ole SchemionAustria$100,517
2Joakim AnderssonMalta$62,686
3Christian RudolphAustria$40,742
4Samuel VousdenFinland$29,149
5Stephen ChidwickMexico$21,983
6Andras NemethHungary$17,341
7Abdulla AlemadiCanada$14,506

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Koon Takes Down High Roller Big Game

Team partypoker’s Jason Koon came out on top of a 124-strong field in the $2,600 buy-in High Roller Big Game. Victory in this week’s High Roller Big Game came with a $76,189 prize, a prize Koon secured after busting Aleks Dimitrov heads-up.

Plenty of other high stakes gurus made it to the nine-handed final table. These included Wiktor Malinowski, Andrii Novak, Aleksejs Ponakovs, and third-place finisher Claas Segebrecht.

The High Roller Big Game Final Table Results

1Jason KoonCanada$76,189
2Aleks DimitrovCanada$49,025
3Claas SegebrechtAustria$33,637
4Aleksejs PonakovsEstonia$23,784
5Andrii NovakUkraine$17,649
6Jelle MoeneNetherlands$14,122
7Wiktor MalinowskiRussia$11,938
8Cedric SchwaederieMalta$10,147
9Joris RuysNetherlands$8,415

Other Notable partypoker Scores From March 28

*includes bounty payments

SnowmanTony Takes Down PokerStars High Roller

“SnowmanTony” of Germany is $54,590 richer than at the start of the weekend courtesy of triumphing in the $1,050 Sunday High Roller event at PokerStars.

Two-hundred and eighty-six players turned out for this event, but the day belonged to SnowmanTony. They defeated Canada-based Australian Stevan “random_chu” Chew heads-up to lock up the largest prize of the tournament.

Other pros who navigated their way through shark-infested waters to reach the final table included Ognyan “cocojamb0” Dimov (7th - $9,602), Mustapha “lasagnaaammm” Kanit (5th - $17,137), Jans “Graftekkel” Arends (4th - $30,587), and recent Unibet Open Online champion Dominik “Bounatirou” Nitsche (3rd - $30,587).

$1,050 Sunday High Roller Final Table Results

2Stevan “random_chu” ChewCanada$40,862
3Dominik “Bounatirou” NitscheUnited Kingdom$30,587
4Jans “Graftekkel” ArendsAustria$22,895
5Mustaha “lasagnaaammm” KanitUnited Kingdom$17,137
7Ognyan “ocojamb0” DimovBulgaria$9,602
8Fahredin “FeriBo” MustafovBulgaria$7,187

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Yan Scoops The Sunday Supersonic

David “MissOracle” Yan is the $1,050 Sunday Supersonic champion after he outlasted 117-opponents. The hyper-turbo structured event was over in only 130-minutes, making Yan’s $26,948 prize even more impressive.

Yan secured this sum after busting Adrian “Amadi_017” Mateos heads-up. Mateos had to make do with a $20,668 consolation prize.

Others at the star-studded final table included British grinder Jonathan “Proudflop” Proudfoot, Joris “BillLewinsky” Ruijs, and Rui “RUINF” Ferreira.

$1,050 Sunday Supersonic Final Table Results

1David “MissOracle” YanNew Zealand$26,948
2Adrian “Amadi_017” MateosUnited Kingdom$20,668
3Rui “RuiNF” FerreiraBrazil$15,851
4Joris “BillLewinsky” RuijsNetherlands$12,157
5jonathan “Proudflop” ProudfootUnited Kingdom$9,323
6.COM??LOLUnited Kingdom$7,150

Other Notable PokerStars Scores From March 28

*includes bounty payments

Panxetillo Triumphant in the 888poker Big Shot 525

The 888poker Big Shot 525 attracted 179 players this week, which left the site nursing a $10,500 overlay, not that Moldova’s “Panxetilo” cared because it meant their first-place prize weighed in at $22,000.

The Moldovan defeated former Big Shot 525 champion “DosPoochies” heads-up to claim the top payout, leaving the runner-up to pad their bankroll with $17,000.

Two other finalists saw their $525 investment swell to five-figure amounts. “BeastinPGeon” of Romania fell in fourth for $10,000, while “quizzle” locked up $13,000 after their tournament ended in a third-place finish.

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$100,000 Big Shot 525 Final Table Results

3quizzle $13,000
5DeuceofDuc0 $8,000
6NotSureIf $6,500
7Charlie “chazcombes” CombesUnited Kingdom$5,000

Reggie_Degen Wins $150,000 Big Shot 109 Main Event

The Big Shot 109 Main Event also overlaid courtesy of 1,374 players buying in. This left an overlay of $12,600, more than Martin “MJacobson” Jacobson collected ($11,775) when his tournament ended abruptly in third-place.

Jacobson’s exit left “8Ivory6” of Russia and “Reggie_Degen” of Canada heads-up for the title. The latter got the job done and their hands on $21,915, leaving the Russia to reel in a $16,020 score.

$150,000 Big Shot 109 Main Event Final Table Results

3Martin “MJacobson888” JacobsonUnited Kingdom$11,775
5Staebchen80 $6,405
9t8ofdiamonds $2,070
  • Dzivielevski won two high stakes tournaments at GGPoker this weekend.

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