The final day of the PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) 2020 has arrived and all three Main Events will play down to a winner today. Most of the spotlight will certainly be on the WCOOP-72-H: $5,200 NLHE [8-Max, Main Event] which will distribute the lion's share of the $10,000,000 prize pool today and crown a new WCOOP-H Main Event champion.
Dutchman Teun "tinnoemulder" Mulder will enter the final table in the driver's seat with 134,881,209 in chips and earned a seven-figure score on the virtual tables not long ago when he chopped the $10,300 buy-in WPT World Online Championships Main Event for nearly $1.4 million.
Portuguese poker pro Andre "PTFisherman23" Marques follows in second place with 119,709,612 and right behind him is 2013 EPT London Main Event champion Robin "robinho" Ylitalo with 111,085,257. The three big stacks have already established a big advantage over the remaining contenders.
Pot-Limit Omaha aficionado Andriy "Andre_Hansen" Lyubovetskiy (41,580,949) is in fourth place and Tonio "prrrak4783" Röder may be the third German to win the title, as he returns with 30,938,957. Accomplished American poker pro Michael "munchenHB" Telker (23,201,757) and Denys "SantaZzz" Chufarin (15,899,972) are also still in the mix, and the two shortest stacks "77atlant77" (9,117,779) and Cecilia "princes chu" Cafaro (7,834,508) will return with 11 and 10 big blinds respectively.
The Final Table of the 2020 WCOOP-72-H: $5,200 Main Event
|Position||Player||Chip Count||Country||Big Blinds|
|1||Teun "tinnoemulder" Mulder||134,881,209||Netherlands||169|
|2||Andre "PTFisherman23" Marques||119,709,612||Portugal||150|
|3||Robin "robinho" Ylitalo||111,085,257||Sweden||139|
|4||Andriy "Andre_Hansen" Lyubovetskiy||41,580,949||Ukraine||52|
|5||Tonio "prrrak4783" Röder||30,938,957||Germany||39|
|6||Michael "munchenHB" Telker||23,201,757||United States||29|
|7||Denys "SantaZzz" Chufarin||15,899,972||Ukraine||20|
|9||Cecilia "princes chu" Cafaro||7,834,508||Uruguay||10|
The final table will get underway as of 1.05 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST) and the vast majority of level 42 featuring blinds of 400,000/800,000 and a running ante of 100,000 is to be played.
The Remaining Payouts
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