PokerStars WCOOP 2020 2020 PACOOP WPT Online Borgata Series 2020 WPT World Online Championships
Event #3: $30K GTD 8-Max Freezeout
Days:
1

Event Info

Prize Pool $33,300
Players 111

Players Info - Day 1

Players Left 1
Entries 111

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"BigBang" Falls After Running Into Aces

AnthonyThompson

In Level 22 with blinds at 6,000/12,000 (1,500 ante), "BigBang" raised all in for 104,672 from middle position and "La_Flama_Blanca" isolated after they came over the top for 125,334 from the cutoff.

"BigBang": {a-Diamonds}{q-Clubs}
"La_Flama_Blanca": {a-Clubs}{a-Spades}

"BigBang" was in need of help but didn't find any from the {5-Clubs}{k-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}{3-Spades}{9-Clubs} runout ending their tournament.

La_Flama_Blanca us 242,006 -9,228
BigBang Busted

Level 21 Chip Counts (full)

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Got_Steam 959,500 801,791
TheSportsPost 430,051 84,252
Stoops211 371,773 -32,293
Ryan “simlSgg” Hagerty us 356,359 28,278
Michael "Gags30" Gagliano us 337,624 -191,653
maniacalmonk us 320,455 219,423
Eric “alwaysliquid” Vanauken us 306,356 81,453
Ross “thehebrewhammer” Gottleib us 288,533 223,244
La_Flama_Blanca us 251,234 48,542
ghoul 225,882 212
MortySmith us 221,585 -11,325
BigBang 212,072 31,375
Ozzy_Rocks111 us 205,323 -39,754
chaposticks 204,673 23,958
jaehoez24 192,384 50,692
Bond18 168,874 -178,669
Angel "chromeking" Lopez us 117,551 7,013

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"ECutler133" Eliminated

AnthonyThompson

In Level 20 with blinds at 4,000/8,000 (1,000 ante), action folded around to "ECutler133" who raised all in for 85,497 from the cutoff and "BigDickRick" looked them up from the big blind.

"BigDickRick": {k-Spades}{q-Spades}
"ECutler133": {8-Diamonds}{7-Spades}

"ECutler133" held live cards but didn't receive any help from the {a-Diamonds}{10-Clubs}{5-Diamonds} flop.

The {q-Hearts} turn paired "BigDickRick" leaving "ECutler133" drawing dead and they took their exit after the {5-Hearts} completed the board on the river.

BigDickRick us 363,716 163,144
ECutler133 Busted

"Wyeth" Gets Rivered by "TheSportsPost"

AnthonyThompson

In Level 19 with blinds at 3,500/7,000 (875 ante), action on the table folded around to "Wyeth" who raised all in for 93,178 from the button and was called by "TheSportsPost" from the small blind.

"Wyeth": {5-Diamonds}{5-Spades}
"TheSportsPost": {a-Diamonds}{k-Clubs}

"Wyeth" was ahead with their made hand but the {q-Clubs}{2-Spades}{j-Hearts} flop gave them a sweat as it gave "TheSportsPost" more outs drawing to broadway.

The {7-Spades} turn was safe for "Wyeth" but the {k-Spades} on the river paired "TheSportsPost" ending "Wyeth's" tournament.

TheSportsPost 345,799 131,078
Wyeth Busted

Chip Counts for the Remaining Field (full)

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Michael "Gags30" Gagliano us 529,277 374,450
Stoops211 404,066 245,529
pay4medsch00l us 355,297
Bond18 347,543 156,390
Ryan “simlSgg” Hagerty us 328,081 68,987
Ozzy_Rocks111 us 245,077 26,060
RiverMan us 233,506 -13,087
MortySmith us 232,910
ghoul 225,670 73,644
Eric “alwaysliquid” Vanauken us 224,903 84,337
TheSportsPost 214,721 123,851
La_Flama_Blanca us 202,692
BigDickRick us 200,572 102,205
BrigBeast06 us 187,989 104,814
chaposticks 180,715 55,711
BigBang 180,697 -25,410
Got_Steam 157,709 -41,349
ECutler133 145,503 31,625
jaehoez24 141,692
Wyeth 119,558 13,929
Angel "chromeking" Lopez us 110,538 -69,163
maniacalmonk us 101,032 21,926
CheckyoRaySon 97,334
Google_Man us 78,196 -3,530
Ross “thehebrewhammer” Gottleib us 65,289

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David "TheKing411" Coleman Talks About Big partypoker US Network WPT Online Poker Open Win

AnthonyThompson

At the beginning of July, the partypoker US Network in New Jersey reached a sizzling conclusion when the WPT Online Poker Open, which combined fields from partypoker US, Borgata Poker and BetMGM Poker crowned a winner. The Main Event drew a field of 868 entries, generating a lofty $317,540 prize pool which surpassed its $300k guarantee. It marked the largest ever event for the New Jersey online poker network surpassing the $302,100 prize pool for the $320 buy-in partypoker US Network $250K GTD back on March 29.

In the end, it was David "TheKing411" Coleman who emerged victorious for a payday of $56,586. In addition to the first-place prize, he also earned a WPT Championship Trophy and an $11,000 prize package which includes entry into the next WPT in-person live event, the WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic, which will take place at Bellagio in Las Vegas ($10,400 buy-in), as well as $600 in cash towards travel expenses.

David Coleman spoke to PokerNews about the win.

Hohner Loses Race Ending His Tournament

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Ryan Hohner
Ryan Hohner

In Level 17 with blinds at 2,000/5,000 (625 ante), "Stonniepokes" raised all in for 56,027 from the cutoff and Ryan “TheSims” Hohner called off his 24,232 stack from the small blind.

"Stonniepokes": {k-Clubs}{10-Spades}
Ryan “TheSims” Hohner: {j-Diamonds}{j-Hearts}

Hohner was ahead with his made hand of jacks until a king appeared in the window on the {6-Spades}{4-Spades}{k-Hearts} flop.

The {3-Spades} turn was no help to Hohner nor was the {7-Clubs} river ending his tournament.

Stonniepokes us 81,789 -13,257
Ryan “TheSims” Hohner us Busted

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Official Prize Pool Information

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The add-on period has come and gone, and a total prize pool of $33,300 was generated via 111 entries.

The top 14 players will make it into the money and earn at least $516, with each elimination thereafter seeing an increased payout until the eventual champion earns themselves $9,823.

PlacePrize
1$9,823
2$5,794
3$4,162
4$3,130
5$3,414
6$1,798
7$1,365
8$1,049
9-10$766
11-12$599
13-14$516