Day 2 Completed
|Blinds||125,000 / 250,000|
Players Info - Day 2
Day 2 Completed
It took just over four hours on Day 2 to decide a winner in EPT Online 12: $1,050 NLHE [6-Max], and German player Fabian "!$eveeeeeeen!" Gumz took down the top prize of more than $100,000 in prizes and bounties, and he even did it with a seven in his hand on the final deal.
Gumz made it through the 733 player field to bag a middle stack of just under 2 million chips at the end of Day 1 but turned it on for the final day. He collected more in bounties ($54,336) than the first place prize ($53,006). Together, the $107,343 would mark his third-best live cash, after $353,380 for 2nd in 2019/2020 WPT Rock & Roll Poker Open and $157,565 for 8th in $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em "Millionaire Maker" at the 2019 WSOP.
Final Table Results
|1||Fabian "!$eveeeeeeen!" Gumz||Austria||$54,336||$53,007|
|2||Jasper "AppelKruimel" Wetemans||Netherlands||$5,033||$53,006|
|5||Arturs "ARTSchGamble" Scerbaks||Germany||$2,063||$15,290|
|6||Vlad "VladTheSlaye" Martynenko||Ukraine||$7,102||$10,766|
Action of the Tournament
Day 1 of EPT Online 12: $1,050 NLHE [6-Max] kicked off at 1:05 eastern time yesterday, and after nearly five hours of late registration a total of 733 entries swelled the prize pool to $733,000. Ninety-five players were slated to share in that prize pool, and it only took about 90 minutes after registration closed for them to hit the money.
When Day 1 came to a close, there were just 44 players still in contention for the win. Among those were two PokerStars representatives, Team Online member Lex "L. Veldhuis" Veldhuis and ambassador Kalidou "KalidouSow" Sow. Veldhuis couldn't get anything going on Day 2 and ended up in 40th for a combined score of just under $4k, but Sow made it all the way to tenth, despite having connection issues and sitting out during the final three tables. Sow banked more than $8K in prizes and bounties.
They hit the seven-handed final table after about three hours of play when Ivan "zufo16" Zufic bubbled in 8th place for more than $14K in bounties and prizes. The final table went very quickly, going from seven to one in under three-quarters of an hour. Four-handed took the longest to finish, playing for about 20 minutes before "kennyct31" started a rush by busting in 4th to Gumz' flopped straight.
After that, Gumz took out "rolic_ro" and Jasper "AppelKruimel" Wetemans in short order to take down the top prize. "rolic_ro" won more than $40K total, while Wetemans got more than $58K total for the consolation prize.
Heads up was short and sweet, and a couple hands in Jasper "AppelKruimel" Wetemans limped to a flop of where Fabian "!$eveeeeeeen!" Gumz check-raised Wetremans' 282.5K bet and Wetermans called to the turnm, where Wetermans shoved over a bet of 1.25M and got the call.
Jasper "AppelKruimel" Wetemans:
Fabian "!$eveeeeeeen!" Gumz:
Gumz' trip kings in the turn held up, and Wetermans was out in 2nd place for just over $53K in prizes and $5,033 extra in bounties.
|Fabian "!$eveeeeeeen!" Gumz||73,300,000||5,638,392|
|Jasper "AppelKruimel" Wetemans||Busted|
Fabian "!$eveeeeeeen!" Gumz raised the button, then called the big blind shove from "rolic_ro".
Fabian "!$eveeeeeeen!" Gumz:
It was a race spot and the eights held to bust "rolic_ro" in third place for $30,841 plus $11,363 extra in bounties.
|Fabian "!$eveeeeeeen!" Gumz||67,661,608||13,427,107|
|Jasper "AppelKruimel" Wetemans||5,638,392||-5,719,841|
"kennyct31" raised the cutoff, and Fabian "!$eveeeeeeen!" Gumz called from the button, then check-called the flop for 1.25M. They check-shoved the turn, and got called, but their aces were crushed by the flopped straight for Gumz' . "kennyct31" won $8,459 in bounties as well.
|Fabian "!$eveeeeeeen!" Gumz||54,234,501||20,579,325|
|Jasper "AppelKruimel" Wetemans||11,358,233||815,000|
|Fabian "!$eveeeeeeen!" Gumz||33,655,176||4,627,300|
|Jasper "AppelKruimel" Wetemans||10,543,233||1,135,500|
"kennyct31" raised to 400K and Arturs "ARTSchGamble" Scerbaks defended the big blind to a flop of . They both checked through the turn to the river, and Scerbaks bet 600K, then called off when "kennyct31" raised. Scerbaks turned a pair of fives, but was still behind the kings of "kennyct31". Scerbaks also earned more than $2K in bounties.
|Fabian "!$eveeeeeeen!" Gumz||29,027,876||2,772,710|
|Jasper "AppelKruimel" Wetemans||9,407,733||293,220|
|Arturs "ARTSchGamble" Scerbaks||Busted|
Vlad "VladTheSlaye" Martynenko raised then called all in after Fabian "!$eveeeeeeen!" Gumz defended the big blind with a raise. It was a race between the jacks of Gumz and the ace-king for Martynenko. The jacks held, and along with the more than $10K for 6th place, Martynenko booked $7,102 in bounties.
|Fabian "!$eveeeeeeen!" Gumz||26,255,166||11,722,656|
|Jasper "AppelKruimel" Wetemans||9,114,513||400,000|
|Arturs "ARTSchGamble" Scerbaks||3,846,433||-850,000|
|Vlad "VladTheSlaye" Martynenko||Busted|
"dodi papa" got jacks in against ace-queen, but lost the race to an ace on the flop to bust in 7th place with $7,102 in bounties.
|Fabian "!$eveeeeeeen!" Gumz||14,532,510||-75,000|
|Jasper "AppelKruimel" Wetemans||8,714,513||-75,000|
|Vlad "VladTheSlaye" Martynenko||5,260,156||-75,000|
|Arturs "ARTSchGamble" Scerbaks||4,696,433||-475,000|