Day 1 Completed
|Blinds||400,000 / 800,000|
Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
The sixth ring in the 2020 GGPoker WSOP Online Super Circuit has found its way onto a finger. After more than 13 hours of play, "JoaoValli" made their way through 3,615 runners in Event #6: Deepstack Bounty Hunters $500K Gtd to take down the top prize of $51,879 as well as $32,827 in bounties. While the guarantee for this event was set at $500,000, by the time registration closed, there was $723,000 in the prize pool.
Final Table Results
Action of the Day
Action got underway on Event #6 at 2pm Eastern time, and bounties were flying right from the start. There were players within the first level with double and triple stacks in play. Late registration and rebuys were open for more than four hours, and the field grew quickly through that time. They broke the $500K guarantee during the third hour of play, and by the time the gates closed, there were 3,615 entries that built a prize pool worth $723,000.
Once registration closed, the numbers dropped quickly. It took less than an hour to get hand for hand, and just a couple hands to burst the bubble. It didn't slow down then, either. An hour later they were down to 300, and just 30 more minutes to get down to 200. They were under 100 left an hour later, and down to the final four tables just an hour or so later.
It was just before 1am Eastern time when the final table convened, and the first few bustouts came pretty quickly. "Sissyohus" was the first to exit after getting a dominated ace in, and "Vamooooooooos" quickly followed in 8th after getting tens in against aces.
They played seven handed for about 45 minutes until "IAMWILLIAM" found a spot with sevens, but ran into the queens of "mrbradleyy". Six handed play went on for almost an hour, with short stacks doubling every chance they had. "mrbradleyy" started six handed play with the second biggest stack, and had been running pretty pure through most of the day until they got into a massive spot against "JoaoValli" that created a 27M chip pot with ace-nine against queens. "mrbradleyy" ended up decimated, and busted 6th for $8,830 (plus $9,998) shortly after.
That's when "JoaoValli" went on a rampage, knocking out every one of his opponents over the course of the next 30-odd hands, in most cases coming from behind to do it. Along the way, the Brazilian racked up a massive $32,827.42 in bounties to add to the $51,879 grand prize and the coveted WSOPC Ring.
PokerNews will be back on the 2020 GGPoker WSOP Online Super Circuit virtual floor this Sunday for Event #7 starting at 9am Eastern. Sunday will also feature coverage of the $10M guaranteed HR Championship. The $25,000 buy in Event #8 kicks off at 2pm Eastern time, and if that isn't enough poker for you, PokerNews will also be covering Event #9 and #10 at 3pm and 4pm respectively.
"HowdyTeeexas" called the small blind for 400,000, and "JoaoValli" reraised to 2.8M, and "HowdyTeeexas" shoved for 19,931,208. "JoaoValli" called it off in great shape.
It was a heads up cooler with kings over threes, and a king on the turn sealed the deal and sent "HowdyTeexas" to the cage for $36,405 plus $3,980 in bounties.
"fishuncle" shoved for 5,530,542 from the small blind, and "JoaoValli" called down.
"fishuncle" was in good, but "JoaoValli" is running hot and hit the straight on the river to send "fishuncle" home in 3rd for $25,548 plus $1,151.
"JoaoValli" opened to 1.4M from the button, and "ChapoGuzman" shoved from the big blind for 6,056,648.
"ChapoGuzman" was in good shape, but the 4 on the turn sent them to the cage for $17,929 in addition to $5,194 in bounties.
"JoaoValli" raised to 1.2M from the cutoff, and "gringo843" shoved from the button for 4,892,896.
"gringo843" was way ahead pre, but "JoaoValli" got there. "gringo843" won $12,582 as well as an extra $1,494.
"mrbradleyy" shoved from the middle, and "JoaoValli" called from the button.
"mrbradleyy" got it in good, but the king on the flop forced them out in 5th for $8,830 in prizes and $9,998 in bounties.
"JoaoValli" raised to 1.2M from the middle, and "ChapoGuzman" and "mrbradleyy" called from the blinds. The flop came and after a check from "ChapoGuzman", "mrbradleyy" shoved for 1,043,277, and both opponents called.
The remaining players checked through the turn and river.
"rmbradleyy" hit the flop and managed to get a full triple up to stay alive.