#5: $315 BOUNTY GIANT No Limit Hold'em
Days:
1

Event Info

Prize Pool $752,400
Players 2508

Level Info

Level 44
Blinds 400,000 / 800,000
Ante 120,000

Players Info - Day 1

Players Left 1
#5: $315 BOUNTY GIANT No Limit Hold'em
Day 1 Completed

Jonas "LobyPewis" Mackoff Wins Event #5 for $71,140 Combined Prizes and Second Gold Ring

elron66 • Level 44: 400,000-800,000, 120,000 ante
Jonas Mackoff
Jonas Mackoff

Jonas "LobyPewis" Mackoff has won his second WSOP Circuit Gold Ring after battling through more than 2,500 players to take it down. The total prize pool was more than 50% above guarantee, with $752,400 in total to play for. Of that, Mackoff pocketed $30,446 for first place, plus $40,694 extra in bounties along the way.

It's been a while since Mackoff won his first Ring in the 2012 WSOPC San Diego. He won $14,555 for that one, so this Ring was worth quite a bit more. Mackoff has over $1 million in live earnings, and is in Canada's top 100 all time money winners.

The Final Table

PlacePlayerCountryBountyPrize
1Jonas "LobyPewis" MackoffCanada$40,694$30,446
2Aleksandr "leeel" ShepelRussia$13,805$30,369
3Stefan "C3H5N3O6" LehnerAustria$4,029$22,140
4Daniel "Rock Pitbull" BertoldiBrazil$4,612$16,121
5TooStonedMonkeyCanada$4,467$11,738
6XdaoChina$4,321$8,547
7Skinny PeteIndia$3,022$6,223
8Ran "Pearblossom" KollerIsrael$3,926$4,532
9TintenfischAndorra$3,213$3,300

Day's Action

It took almost 10 hours to decide the fifth event in the 2021 GGPoker WSOP Super Circuit Online Series, but it only took an hour from the time registration opened to make the $500,000 guarantee. By the time registration closed after 3 hours and 15 minutes, 2,508 entries swelled the prize pool to $752,400.

Anatoly Filatov
Anatoly Filatov

GGPoker Team Russia member Anatoly Filatov was one of the players still alive when registration closed. Filatov chipped up just before the end of registration, and managed to hold on for a small cash of $575 plus $150 in bounties.

They were about four hours in when they burst through the money bubble. Matthew "Shermdog50" Sherman took the lead shortly after, and made a solid run into the end-game of the tournament, but ultimately finished in 38th for about $4,500 in total prizes.

They took about 8 hours total to make the final table, and lost two players quite quickly. They played seven-handed for more than half an hour as Mackoff and Aleksandr "leeel" Shepel built their stacks before "Skinny Pete" busted to Shepel in 7th. Four more eliminations quickly followed, setting up a grueling heads-up battle that went on for more than half an hour.

Shepel started heads up in the lead, but Mackoff quickly clawed his way back to even. The Canadian picked up another couple big pots, then took control with more than 55 million on a hand where he forced a check-fold from Shepel on the river, leaving the Russian just over 7 million behind.

Shepel fought back with a double, and managed to chip back up to almost 20 million, but ultimately couldn't survive against the onslaught of Mackoff. The final hand saw Shepel get it in with queen-jack against ace-king, and flopped a queen to take the lead. Mackoff found a king on the river for the win and his second ring.

Shepel won $13,805 in bounties throughout the game, making his combined score $44,174. Mackoff pocketed $71,140 in total, of which more than $40,000 was bounty.

Aleksandr "leeel" Shepel Eliminated in 2nd Place ($30,369)

elron66 • Level 44: 400,000-800,000, 120,000 ante
Aleksandr "leeel" Shepel Eliminated in 2nd Place ($30,369)
Aleksandr "leeel" Shepel Eliminated in 2nd Place ($30,369)

Jonas "LobyPewis" Mackoff shoved the biggest stack, and Aleksandr "leeel" Shepel called it off.

Aleksandr "leeel" Shepel: {q-Clubs}{j-Clubs}
Jonas "LobyPewis" Mackoff: {a-Spades}{k-Spades}

Board: {q-Hearts}{4-Spades}{8-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}{k-Diamonds}

It looked like Shepel was going to get there for another double, but Mackoff found a king on the river to end it all. Shepel won $13,805 in bounties to go with the 2nd place prize money.

Jonas "LobyPewis" Mackoff ca 62,700,000 19,515,448
Aleksandr "leeel" Shepel ru Busted
Level:
44
Blinds:
400,000/800,000
Ante:
120,000

Mackoff in Control

elron66 • Level 43: 350,000-700,000, 100,000 ante

Jonas "LobyPewis" Mackoff raised and Aleksandr "leeel" Shepel called to the {5-Hearts}{5-Spades}{2-Spades} flop. Shepel check-called for 700,000 and did the same for 1.96 million on the {9-Clubs} turn. When the river came {8-Clubs} they check-folded to a huge shove from Mackoff.

Jonas "LobyPewis" Mackoff ca 55,482,476 11,011,800
Aleksandr "leeel" Shepel ru 7,215,524 -11,013,800
Level:
43
Blinds:
350,000/700,000
Ante:
100,000

Mackoff Chips Up Again

elron66 • Level 42: 300,000-600,000, 90,000 ante

It was limped before the flop, and Aleksandr "leeel" Shepel check-raised the {4-Hearts}{5-Spades}{j-Diamonds} flop from 600,000 to 1,800,000. Shepel fired 1,643,400 on the {7-Spades} turn and Mackoff called, then bet 4.2 million on the {j-Clubs} river when Shepel checked. Shepel called, but lost with {6-Clubs}{5-Hearts} against {j-Hearts}{5-Diamonds}.

Jonas "LobyPewis" Mackoff ca 44,470,676 8,254,200
Aleksandr "leeel" Shepel ru 18,229,324 -8,254,200

Mackoff Gets There on River, but Can't Get Value

elron66 • Level 42: 300,000-600,000, 90,000 ante

Jonas "LobyPewis" Mackoff called, then called after Aleksandr "leeel" Shepel raised to 2.1 million. Shepel bet 1,445,400 on the {2-Clubs}{6-Spades}{6-Hearts} flop and got called. He bet again on the {2-Spades} turn for 4,498,728, and got another call. He checked the {q-Hearts} river, and after some time in the tank, Mackoff checked back. Mackoff had {k-Spades}{q-Spades} against pocket fives for Shepel, and Mackoff took it down.

Jonas "LobyPewis" Mackoff ca 36,216,476 5,992,728
Aleksandr "leeel" Shepel ru 26,483,524 -5,992,728