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.
Today wraps up the extensive coverage of the GGpoker WSOP Bracelet events, but that doesn't mean the coverage is slowing down here at Pokernews! The WCOOP Main Event is in full swing, while other COOP Events are running throughout the United States.
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