“nOOB52” of Japan leads 29 players going into Day 1 of Event #32: GGMasters HR Freezeout $1,050 in the 2021 GGPoker Super Million$ Week of World Series of Poker ring events. The freezeout event drew 1,390 entries to fall just short of the guaranteed prize pool of $1,500,000 and there was a small overlay of $110,000.
“nOOB52” caught fire late in the day after a big double through Sergio "TonyGPT" Veloso was good enough to take the top spot on the leaderboard. The big jump up the leaderboard was followed by a series of eliminations that extended the lead going into Day 2. “nOOB52” is trailed by “l0rdginge” in second and David Yan in third. Niklas Astedt, Joao Vieira, and Bert Stevens also qualified for Day 2.
Event #32: GGMasters HR Freezeout $1,050 Day 1 Top Ten Chip Counts
|Place||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|3||David Yan||New Zealand||936,185||67|
|4||Eitan "pisgapoker_1" Cohen||Israel||918,442||66|
|6||Vladimirs "justVOL" Sarigins||Latvia||828,758||59|
|7||Rostyslav "Lucky_boi" Sabishchenko||Ukraine||627,903||45|
|8||Aleksey "somebody444" Churbanov||Russia||621,880||44|
|10||Petar "ShenCheng123" Kalev||Bulgaria||489,045||35|
Play continues on Monday September 20 at 5 p.m. GMT. Blinds will be pick up in Level 33 at 8,000/16,000 with a 2,000 ante. Once play reaches the final table, blinds will be adjusted to ensure that the table has an average of 40 big blinds. Final table levels will go up after a certain number of hands instead of every 15 minutes. The winner of Event #32: GGMasters HR Freezeout $1,050 will receive $197,745 and a WSOP ring.
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