PokerStars WCOOP 2020

WCOOP-73-M: $1,050 PLO [6-Max, Main Event]
Dias: 1
Event Info

PokerStars WCOOP 2020

Resultados Finais
Kahle "ROFLshove" Burns
Mão Vencedora
Event Info
Informações do Nível
300,000 / 600,000
Informações do Jogador - Dia 1
Jogadores Restantes

You Could Win One of TEN Tickets to the $10m GTD WCOOP Main Event!

Nível 9 : 900-1,600, 0 ante
WCOOP 2020
WCOOP 2020

The World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) is well underway on PokerStars and we're giving you the chance to win one of TEN tickets to the $5,200 WCOOP Main Event which starts on Sunday, 20 September.

Players who have signed up through PokerNews and made their first deposit of at least $10 on PokerStars this year will have a ticket automatically credited to their account to use in three satellite tournaments taking place over the next week.

The top 100 players from these three satellites will then enter the Main Satellite where the top ten players will receive a ticket to the $10,000,000 GTD event!

Check out how to win!

Nível: 9

Blinds: 900/1,600

Ante: 0

Bujtas On Final Bullet

Nível 8 : 800-1,600, 0 ante
Laszlo Bujtas
Laszlo Bujtas

Action on the table folded around to "Zero 1100101" who raised to 4,800 from the small blind and then called Laszlo "omaha4rollz" Bujtas's 14,440 three-bet from the big blind.

Once the {8-Spades}{q-Hearts}{k-Spades} flop appeared, "Zero 1100101" led out for 28,800 and then called Bujtas's 51,120 all-in raise.

"Zero 1100101": {k-Clubs}{k-Hearts}{8-Hearts}{3-Hearts}
Laszlo "omaha4rollz" Bujtas: {a-Diamonds}{k-Diamonds}{4-Clubs}{3-Spades}

Bujtas was far behind the flopped set of "Zero 1100101" and the {a-Hearts} turn made things interesting but the {10-Clubs} completed the board on the river sending the pot to "Zero 1100101" while Bujtas fired his last bullet.

Bujtas On Final Bullet
Bujtas On Final Bullet
Jogador Fichas Progresso
Zero 1100101
Zero 1100101
Laszlo "omaha4rollz" Bujtas
Laszlo "omaha4rollz" Bujtas

Tags: Laszlo Bujtas

"1MTM91" Wins With River Bet

Nível 8 : 800-1,600, 0 ante

"1MTM91" raised to 3,520 from middle position and then called "Ben_Apart's" 12,960 three-bet to see a {q-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds} flop appear.

"1MTM91" check-called "Ben_Apart's" 6,230 continuation bet bringing the {k-Spades} turn which was checked by both players and the {q-Spades} completed the board on the river.

"1MTM91" turned the aggressor and fired out 31,840 which was too pricy for "Ben_Apart" as they mucked their hand.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Ben_Apart gb

Nível: 8

Blinds: 800/1,600

Ante: 0

"pimenta7" Trips Up "pikassoAA23"

Nível 7 : 700-1,400, 0 ante

"HasseHjarta" opened for 3,500 from under the gun and had once caller before "pikassoAA23" three-bet to 16,100 from the button.

Action was on "pimenta7" who four-bet to 56,000 from the small blind and only "pikassoAA23" called to see a {a-Diamonds}{6-Spades}{9-Clubs} flop.

"pimenta7" led out for 120,400 and "pikassoAA23" called off their 85,167 stack.

"pimenta7": {a-Spades}{a-Clubs}{j-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds}
"pikassoAA23": {a-Hearts}{q-Spades}{10-Spades}{2-Hearts}

"pikassoAA23" was way behind the flopped set of "pimenta7" but the {k-Hearts} turn kept them alive drawing to broadway.

Unfortunately for "pikassoAA23", the {2-Clubs} wasn't the card they wanted to see on the river and they re-entered the tournament.

Jogador Fichas Progresso

The History of the WCOOP-H Main Event

Nível 7 : 700-1,400, 0 ante

One of online poker's most-prestigious festivals has been running since 2002 and it's time to have a closer look at some of the winners and stories that emerged in the World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) Main Event thus far.

It all started back in the year 2002 with a buy-in of $1,050 and Sweden's "MultiMarine" topped a field of 238 entries to claim the top prize of $65,450. One year later, the buy-in remained the same but the field skyrocketed to a total of 891 entries. Joseph “DeOhGee” Cordi became the first American winner and took home $222,750.

While the field size remained just shy of that in 2004, the buy-in increased to $2,600 and Scandinavia had another reason to celebrate as Edgar “Ragde” Skjervold the first and only victory for Norway in the WCOOP-H Main Event, walking away with $424,945 for the efforts.

What followed was the domination of players from the United States prior to Black Friday as they earned the title for the next six consecutive years. Among those to shine in the spotlight were such big names as J.C. “area23JC” Tran (2006), Carter “ckingusc” King (2008), and Yevgeniy “Jovial Gent” Timoshenko (2009).

The last American to win the title was Tyson “POTTERPOKER” Marks in 2010 and he earned the biggest winner prize in the history of the pinnacle event thus far. Out of a field of 2,443, the biggest tied to a buy-in of $5,200, Marks received $2,278,098 for his efforts.

Two years later in 2012, some online poker fans may still recall the deal discussions of Marat “maratik” Sharafutdinov who demanded in chat "I wont million". The micro stakes grinder from Russia had won his entry into the tournament after starting his journey with a 40 FPP satellite and eventually won the title and top prize of $1,000,907.

Online poker stronghold Germany then notched up three wins in the next four years as David “PlayinWasted” Kaufmann (2013), Fedor “CrownUpGuy” Holz (2014) and Jonas “llJaYJaYll” Lauck (2016) came out on top. For Holz, it was the start of an incredibly successful period and he has amassed millions in cashes on the virtual and live poker tables since.

The Netherlands got on the scoreboard with back-to-back victories by Steven “ SvZff” van Zadelhoff (2017) and "wann2play" (2018) before Scotland's Fraser “BigBlindBets” Russell emerged as the latest champion in 2019. A high stakes cash game regular that had barely dipped into the MTT scene, Russell binked a payday of $1,665,962 and will be the man to watch if he decides to try and defend his title in 2020.

All WCOOP-H Champions at a Glance

YearBuy-InEntriesPrize PoolWinnerCountryTop Prize
2003$1,050891$891,000Joseph “DeOhGee” CordiUnited States$222,750
2004$2,600843$2,104,500Edgar “Ragde” SkjervoldNorway$424,945
2005$2,6001494$3,735,000Jordan “Panella86” BerkowitzUnited States$577,342
2006$2,6002510$6,275,000J.C. “area23JC” TranUnited States$670,194
2007$2,6002998$7,495,000Kyle “ka$ino1” SchroederUnited States$1,378,331
2008$5,2002185$10,925,000Carter “ckingusc” KingUnited States$1,265,432
2009$5,2002144$10,720,000Yevgeniy “Jovial Gent” TimoshenkoUnited States$1,715,200
2010$5,2002443$12,215,000Tyson “POTTERPOKER” MarksUnited States$2,278,098
2011$5,2001627$8,135,000Thomas “Kallllle” PedersenDenmark$1,260,019
2012$5,2001825$9,125,000Marat “maratik” SharafutdinovRussia$1,000,907
2013$5,2002133$10,665,000David “PlayinWasted” KaufmannGermany$1,493,499
2014$5,2002142$10,710,000Fedor “CrownUpGuy” HolzGermany$1,300,000
2015$5,2001995$10,000,000Kristof “Coenaldinho7” CoenenBelgium$1,300,000
2016$5,2002091$10,052,880Jonas “llJaYJaYll” LauckGermany$1,517,541
2017$5,2002183$10,915,000Steven “ SvZff” van ZadelhoffNetherlands$1,624,502
2019$5,2002236$11,180,000Fraser “BigBlindBets” RussellUnited Kingdom$1,665,962

Nível: 7

Blinds: 700/1,400

Ante: 0