Enselme Among Last Winners as GGPoker WSOP Online Draws to a Close

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The final four bracelets of the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online on GGPoker have been awarded as the festival draws to a close.

The biggest winner was Frenchman Arnaud Enselme, who adds a WSOP bracelet to $550,000 in lifetime cashes.

A total of 33 bracelets have now been awarded over the last month and a half, with all eyes now turning to Las Vegas for the live WSOP.

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Arnaud Enselme Wins Event #33: $500 The Closer ($360,223)

Arnaud Enselme defeated a field of 7,103 to emerge as the champion of Event #33: $500 The Closer.

The final day saw 1,089 hopefuls returning from 16 separate Day 1s and generated a $3,373,925 prize pool.

Enselme, who has over half a million in live cashes according to his Hendon Mob profile, had a handful of small cashes in this years GGPoker WSOP Online, including in Event 1: $50 The Return NLH for $1,100 and Event #7: $1,500 MILLIONAIRE MAKER NLH for $3,377. However, today’s cash of $360,223 marks a career-best score and first WSOP bracelet for Enselme.

Event #33: $500 THE CLOSER Final Table Results

Place Players Country Payout
1 Arnaud Enselme France $360,223
2 Kazuki Ikeuchi Japan $270,127
3 Ioannis Angelou-Konstas Greece $202,566
4 Hernando Guzman Mexico $151,903
5 Yakov Nesterov Russia $113,911
6 Ryosuke Matsumoto Japan $85,421
7 Koki Kudo Japan $64,057
8 Ethan Reid New Zealand $48,036
9 Qiu Kefei China $36,022

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Jase “RetiredFedor” Regina Wins Event #30: Beat the Pros ($75,342)

Event #30: $525 WSOP Beat the Pros [Freezeout] took a little under five hours to crown another bracelet-winner as Jase “RetiredFedor” Regina claimed victory for $75,342.

The field of 1,594 entries created a $797,000 prize pool, with only 19 returned for the final day. Regina had a mixed final day, before doubling and eliminating Aleksandr “gipotenuza” Ovechkin to take the final table chip lead.

Again, Regina fell back and was short stacked with five players remaining, but found a run of cards to eliminate the final four players, including eventual runner-up Stefan “Stiopata” Atanasov who took home $42,443 for his efforts.

Event #30: $525 WSOP Beat the Pros Final Table Results

Place Winner Country Bounty Total Prize Total Cash (in USD)
1 Jase “RetiredFedor” Regina Canada $42,486 $32,856 $75,342
2 Stefan “Stiopata” Atanasov Malta $9,667 $32,776 $42,443
3 Arunas “AngryGoose” Sapitavicius Cyprus $3,451 $24,707 $28,158
4 Stoyan Madanzhiev Bulgaria $9,563 $18,602 $28,165
5 Sebastian “flashlight99” Mueller Thailand $10,711 $14,006 $24,717
6 Julien “LittlebeAAr” Achard-stropoli Malta $8,360 $10,545 $18,905
7 William Wolf United States $9,075 $7,940 $17,015
8 Alon “ArtinB” Huberman Israel $2,918 $5,978 $8,896
9 Scott “Abracadabraa” Hill Canada $5,090 $4,501 $9,591

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Henry “[email protected]” Luo Wins Event #31: ¥815 WSOP Zodiac Autumn Festival (¥563,257)

After a field of 7,036 entries entered Event #31: ¥815 WSOP Zodiac Autumn Festival, it was Henry “[email protected]” Luo from Hong Kong who emerged as the winner. He won not only the biggest share of the ¥5,275,593 prize pool with the ¥563,257 first prize, but also secured his first WSOP Gold Bracelet.

The Day last a bit less than 8.5 hours from start to end, and Luo had to survive with his tournament life on the line seven-handed. He woke up with aces, and got a triple on the way to busting Robert “Aerius” Kaggerud in seventh.

After being all in for his tournament life seven-handed, he tripled with pocket aces to stay alive. He led the way three-handed, but went into heads-up second din chips behind Martin “titan64” Pochat.

After just a few hands of heads-up play, Luo turned the tables and held on to take down the win and the bracelet. His ¥563,257 win is worth about $87,404 USD, while the ¥422,381 2nd place for Pochat was worth about $65,000.

Event #31: ¥815 WSOP Zodiac Autumn Festival Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize (¥) Prize ($US)
1 Henry “[email protected]” Luo Hong Kong ¥563,257 $87,404
2 Martin “titan64” Pochat Argentina ¥422,381 $65,543
3 Yannick “ProbierEs” Schumacher Germany ¥316,741 $49,151
4 Ryosuke “KBD05” Kubodera Japan ¥237,522 $36,858
5 Tiago “catukeira” Lessa Brazil ¥178,116 $27,639
6 Yuhan “HansNevrLose” Liu China ¥133,568 $20,727
7 [B][PLAYER=”robert-kaggerud”]Robert “Aerius” Kaggerud Norway[/PLAYER][/B] ¥100,162 $15,543
8 Sota “shishi44” Yamashita Japan ¥75,111 $11,655
9 Carlos “Wtfisthis” Silva Brazil ¥56,326 $6,740

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Ruslan “Sovs20” Rishko Wins Event #32: $210 WSOP Bounty Double MILLION$

It took just over eight hours for the final day of Event #32: $210 WSOP Bounty Double MILLION$ 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, and held onto that lead throughout the final table to emerge triumphant.

Event #32: $210 WSOP Bounty Double MILLION$ Final Table Results

Place Player Country Bounties Prize Total
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

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