In around one hour at 6.30 p.m. UTC, the final table of the 2020 GGPoker World Series of Poker Winter Online Circuit $1,700 Main Event will recommence. Out of a huge field of 6,395 entries, only nine contenders remain to battle for the WSOP Online Circuit ring. They will battle for the biggest slive of the $10,327,925 prize pool and have $123,106 locked up but the winner can look forward to a payday of $1,236,361.
Macau-based high stakes cash game player Paulius Plausinaitis leads the pack with a stack of 76,004,224, good enough for 95 big blinds. Plausinaitis already has a final table appearance on GGPoker to his name and finished 8th in the 2020 WSOP Bracelet Event #70: $25,000 NLH POKER PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP for $210,079.
In second place is Artem "Amsterq" Prostak with 54,179,291 closely followed by Joseph Cheong with 50,700,582. "likeboy" holds the biggest stack of two Chinese finalists and returns with 47,269,129, "DaiMing141319" (8,992,305) made it through as the shortest stack.
WSOP bracelet winner Alexandru Papazian returns in the middle of the pack with a stack of 25,140,091, and the remaining contenders include "turkey1" (21,939,160), "BetAddict" (20,263,058) and Finnish poker pro Joni Jouhkimainen (13,814,882).
Final Table 2020 GGPoker WSOPC Event #18: $1,700 Main Event
|Position||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|2||Artem "Amsterq" Prostak||Belarus||54,179,291||68|
|3||Joseph Cheong||United States||50,700,582||63|
The action will recommence at blinds of 400,000-800,000 with a running ante of 100,000, and the final table is expected to run a specific number of hands for the final table or a level duration of 15 minutes each.
The action will be broadcasted with cards-up coverage and commentary on a delay on the GGPoker.tv Twitch channel. All PokerNews updates will be based on the real-time action on the GGPoker client with showdown cards revealed only. Stay tuned to find out who wins the final WSOPC ring right here.
|Place||Winner||Country||Payout (in USD)|