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Russia's Aleksey Savenkov Banks Six-Figures as GGPoker WSOP Explodes Into Action

Aleksey “ImLuckPads” Savenkov

The 2021 WSOP Online kicked off at GGPoker with the first two bracelet-awarding events, which you can read all about here and here. The increased traffic generated some bumper prize pools and some massive prizes.

Savenkov Turns $1,050 Into $141,384

This week’s $1,050 GGMasters High Roller attracted 924 entrants, which meant those who finished in the money did so while enjoying an overlay. Russian pro Aleksey “ImLuckPads” Savenkov was the player who benefited the most because he finished on top of the pile and turned his $1,050 investment into a cool $141,384.

Savenkov’s heads-up opponent, 2020 WSOP Online International Main Event finalist Stoyan Obreshkov, also collected a six-figure prize. Obreshkov padded his bankroll with $106,023 after falling a the final hurdle.

Everyone else who reached the final table walked away with between $14,138 and $79,506 for their efforts. “JeeTy,” Martin “marlin5555” Raus, and Gleb Tremzin were the first players eliminated.

Eldad “popeyebt2222” Bentov, “misawa1,” “notvrygud,” and “boubiche” were the next to fall, the latter netting $79,506.

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$1,050 GGMasters High Rollers Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Aleksey “ImLuckPads” SavenkovRussia$141,384
2Stoyan ObreshkovMacedonia$106,023
3boubicheCanada$79,506
4notvrygudCanada$59,621
5misawa1Japan$44,709
6Eldad “popeyebt2222” BentovIsrael$33,527
7Gleb TremzinRussia$25,142
8Martin “marlin5555” RausCanada$18,853
9JeeTyAndorra$14,138
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ginomaster is the Sunday High Rollers Main Event Champion

Some 736 players bought into the $1,050 Sunday High Rollers Main Event this weekend, and it ended in a heads-up chop. Those two deal-making players shared $234,561 of the $736,000 prize pool!

“bito1000” and Ranno “RukKuRuku” Sootla busted early at the final table before Hungarian superstar Andras Nemeth fell by the wayside in seventh for $23,836. Titus Catana and Marcelo Asensio were the next duo heading to the exits, with “hightiger” and Enrico Camosci crashing out in fourth and third-place.

Heads-up saw “ginomaster” and Arie Muller lock horns, and the pair of grinders chopped up the remaining prize pool. Muller officially finished second and scooped $111,848 with ginomaster reeling in a $122,713 prize and the title of champion.

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WSOP High Rollers: $1,050 Sunday HR Main Event Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1ginomasterMalta$122,713*
2Arie MullerIsrael$111,848*
3Enrico CamosciMalta$75,377
4HightigerChina$56,525
5Marcelo AsensioBrazil$42,388
6Titus CatanaAustria$31,786
7Andras NemethHungary$23,836
8Ranno “RukKuRuku” SootlaEstonia$17,874
9bito1000Japan$13,404

*reflects a heads-up deal

Rolle Rolls Over $3,150 Blade Bounty King Opponents

A compact but star-studded field of 30 players entered the $3,150 Bounty King event, and Benjamin Rolle bulldozed his way through them all.

Rolle walked away with $34,445 in total, of which $16,875 was from the bounty prize pool. A chunk of that bounty payment was from the elimination of Michael Addamo, who was the event’s runner-up, and recipient of $21,872.

Only two other players won some of the main prize pool money. Joakim Andersson finished in fourth for a combined score worth $14,413 while Jonah Silverstein became $14,368 richer when he dusted off his stack in third.

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WSOP High Rollers: $3,150 Blade Bounty King Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryBountiesPrize
1Benjamin RolleAustria$16,875$34,445
2Michael AddamoCanada$4,312$21,872
3Jonah SilversteinCanada$2,625$14,368
4Joakim AnderssonMalta$6,562$14,413

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There were plenty more big scores at GGPoker this weekend. The list below shows all victories that came with a top prize in excess of $30,000.

*includes bounty payments

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