2020 WSOP.com Bracelet Events partypoker High Roller Club
Event #18: The Closer $500K Gtd [Turbo]

Event Info

Prize Pool $1,142,375
Players 2405
Event #18: The Closer $500K Gtd [Turbo]
Day 1 Completed

"Goblue" Wins WSOPC Ring and $168,276 After Topping Field of 2,405 in Event 18: The Closer Turbo


WSOPC Ring Event #18: The Closer $500K GTD (Turbo) has come to a swift conclusion as a total of 2,405 entries started the day and after just seven hours of play, “Goblue” came out on top to claim the $168,276 grand prize.

Sporting the Mexican flag, “Goblue” was spotted as one of the top stacks with about five tables remaining and stayed toward the top of the leaderboard until the end.

Once play reached the final one hundred players on the day, it seemed to accelerate with the turbo structure of eight minutes level, creating a surge in eliminations. It took just 40 minutes for the final three tables to be played down to the final table.

WSOPC Ring Event #18: The Closer $500GTD (Turbo) Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountry/TerritoryPrize Money
5"Pato Nego"Hungary$43,448
8"lovemestinky"Isle of Man$15,737

At the final table, eliminations happened steadily every few minutes to create a conclusion in under an hour of play. Most of the critical hands at the final table were preflop all ins that resulted in a shift of chips, depending on who got the best of the board run outs. “AndyAtTheBike” entered the final table as chip leader but was sent out in fourth place, following some lost coin flips. In third place was “YallaHabibi” who bowed out to create the heads up matchup.

Pokerguy21” of Canada had the 57/43 chip lead at the start of heads up play over “Goblue”. But after a few hands “Goblue” took the lead and was able to finish it off in five minutes as they rode pocket kings to victory on the final hand.

That wraps up the PokerNews coverage of the GGpoker WSOPC series. Thank you for following throughout all the ring event action.

"Pokerguy21" Eliminated in 2nd Place ($119,951)


"PokerGuy21" held a slight lead at the start of heads up play but after a few hands, they were reduced to the shorter stack and were forced all in preflop on the final hand.

"Pokerguy21" : {a-Hearts}{8-Spades}
"Goblue" : {k-Diamonds}{k-Hearts}

The board would not give "Pokerguy21" any aces and sealed their fate as the runer-up finisher.

Goblue MX 24,050,000 14,098,096
Pokerguy21 CA Busted