Day 2 Completed
Day 2 Completed
Congratulations to Ruslan "Sovs20" Rishko, Winner of Event #32: $210 WSOP Bounty Double MILLION$ [Final Day], $2M GTD
It took just over eight hours for the final day of Event #32: $210 WSOP Bounty Double MILLION$ $2M GTD to wrap up, and in the end, it was a dominating final table performance by Ruslan "Sovs20" Rishko. The Canadian earned a massive first place payday of $282,586, broken down as follows: $88,490 in bounties, and $194,096 from the main prizepool, which was a massive $2,832,400.
The Canadian took a massive chip lead right before the final table, after winning a huge pot with , cracking a pair of aces in a double knockout. Here is how the final table played out.
Final Result Event #32: $210 WSOP Bounty Double MILLION$ [Final Day], $2M GTD
|1||Ruslan "Sovs20" Rishko||Canada||$88,490||$194,096||$282,586|
|2||Ales "Dzemaili" Lekse||Slovakia||$13,967||$119,283||$133,250|
|3||Bruno "PISTOLEIRO" Medalha||Brazil||$18,125||$68,068||$114,602|
|4||Vitor "SPEWberg" Adiron||Brazil||$9,851||$68,068||$$77,919|
|5||Stefan "shetlef12" Nemetz||Austria||$6,625||$49,880||$56,505|
|6||Ignas "Ligonis" Navickas||Austria||$12,279||$44,418||$56,697|
|7||Danilo "Olag" Gomes||Brazil||$7,592||$31,471||$39,063|
|8||Oleg "Ad Astra" Vasylchenko||Ukraine||$8,407||$26,149||$34,566|
|9||Tien Thanh "Terryboom" Nguyen||Vietnam||$2,866||$16,048||$18,914|
Ruslan was putting constant pressure on his opponents, often times with fairly light hands. That was shown in the eighth place elimination of Oleg "Ad Astra" Vasylchenko, where Ruslan put over 30,000,000 in with , eventually making a straight on the river.
Ruslan would send around a few double ups before they got a huge knockout with pocket kings. Ignas "Ligonis" Navickas had just pocket eights, and a third king on the flop came to all but end the hand.
Ruslan would continue to slowly build up his stack until he picked up pocket queens, and took the last of Bruno "PISTOLEIRO" Medalha's chips, who had Ace-Eight. This gave Rusland a massive heads up lead, and he would finish off the event in just a few minutes.
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Ales "Dzemaili" Lekse would three bet shove after a raise from Ruslan "Sovs20" Rishko would call with . He was well out in front of the held my Lekse, and the flop of was a complete brick for Lekse.
The turn did give him some extra outs, but the river wasn't one of them. Lekse will take home $133,250 for his efforts, but the gold bracelet will be going home with Rishko. He earned $88,490 in bounties alone, making the final take home a grand total of $282,586.
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Bruno "PISTOLEIRO" Medalha would get their final 45,000,000 in preflop holding , but he as miles behind the of Ruslan "Sovs20" Rishko. The flop of didn't change anything, and the turn took an out away. The river gave Rishko an unnecessary flush, and just like that, we are heads up!
Big stack Ruslan "Sovs20" Rishko was trying to be the bully when they set Ales "Dzemaili" Lekse holding , but Leske wasn't going to be pushed around, calling their final 50,000,000 with .
The board came down , and Lekse scoopd a huge double up.
In a battle of the blinds, Vitor "SPEWberg" Adiron would get their final 16,000,000 and change in the middle holding . However, they were dominated by the of Bruno "PISTOLEIRO" Medalha. The flop of missed both players, and a jack on the turn sealed the hand for the Brazilian.
Stefan "shetlef12" Nemetz got his final 24,000,000 and change in preflop holding , and he was racing against the pocket eights shown by Ales "Dzemaili" Lekse. The board came down , and the eights held to get play to four handed.
Ignas "Ligonis" Navickas raised it up, and big stack Ruslan "Sovs20" Rishko three bet on the button. Navickas four bet shoved, and Rishko quickly called with . They were well ahead of the eights shown by Navickas, and the kings took a stranglehold after the flop. A queen on the turn meant a ten would lead to a chopped pot, but the came on the river instead.
After a raise from big stack Ruslan "Sovs20" Rishko, Bruno "PISTOLEIRO" Medalha moved all in for 30,000,000 and change. Rishko quickly called with , and it was a classic race, as Medalha showed .
The flop of shot Medalha into the lead, and the Brazilian held that lead on the turn and the river.
Danilo "Olag" Gomes looked to be in great shape to double up, when they got their final nine million and change in the middle holding . They were dominating the of Ignas "Ligonis" Navickas, but the flop of changed everything. The board finished out and , and Gomes was sent to the rail with a bad beat story.