Event #54: $10,000 Heads Up No Limit Hold'em Championship [No Late Reg, 128 Cap]
Dias:
12

Event Info

Premiação $1,241,600
Players 128

Informações do Nível

Nível 10
Blinds 70,400 / 140,800
Ante 0

How to Play the GGPoker 2020 WSOP Online on a Budget

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WSOP GGpoker
WSOP on GGpoker

The 2020 WSOP Online schedule at GGPoker has all sorts of poker tournaments, ranging in format, speed and buy-in. We know that for most poker players, the size of the buy-in is going to make or break whether they're going to play in a certain tournament, so if you're looking to play the 2020 WSOP Online on a budget, then this is the article for you.

We pick three events you should definitely add to your schedule, the massive guarantees that could see you get more bang for your buck and take a closer look at the GGPoker WSOP Silk Road which will award a $5,000 WSOP Main Event ticket during a series of micro-stakes events.

Check out which three events offer the best value on a budget

Peters Overbets into the Blades

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Alyssa MacDonald limped in and David Peters checked his option. The {j-Diamonds}{4-Hearts}{4-Diamonds} flop also delivered two checks before Peters bet 48,000 on the {4-Clubs} turn. MacDonald smooth-called in position.

The river was the {7-Clubs} and Peters slightly overbet the pot for 208,000. MacDonald took a brief amount of time before calling. Peters showed {j-Clubs}{6-Hearts} but MacDonald revealed a snugly played {a-Diamonds}{a-Hearts} to win the hand.

David Peters us
David Peters
us 2,117,488 -275,200
Alyssa MacDonald ca
Alyssa MacDonald
ca 1,722,512 275,200

MacDonald Gives It Up

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David Peters raised to 56,320 and Alyssa MacDonald defended. On a {2-Clubs}{a-Diamonds}{a-Clubs} flop, MacDonald checked, Peters bet 28,160 and MacDonald called.

The turn brought the {4-Hearts} and MacDonald checked. Peters bet 135,168, MacDonald put in a check-raise to 356,936 and Peters called, swelling the pot up to nearly 900K.

The {8-Diamonds} landed on the river and MacDonald slowed down with a quick check. Peters bet half pot worth 441,416 and MacDonald folded quickly.

David Peters us
David Peters
us 2,392,688 518,216
Alyssa MacDonald ca
Alyssa MacDonald
ca 1,447,312 -518,216

5 Things You Don’t Know About the WSOP Online on GGPoker

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Now through the first part of September, the WSOP Online will be exclusively on GGPoker, so whether you're playing on the client for the first time or you're a seasoned online pro, we thought we'd bring you five things you didn't know about the WSOP Online on GGPoker.

  • 1. STAKING on DAY 2:
    Poker fans and players can now buy a piece of their favourite player's action or sell their own should they survive Day 1 of phased tournaments.
  • 2. Convert Multiple Event Tickets into T$
    After the series has finished, your unused tickets will be exchanged for T$ that you can use to enter any tournament on GGPoker
  • 3. Pick Your Own WSOP Event
    When the WSOP Online schedule on GGPoker was announced, the poker community was intrigued to see a new type of bracelet event announced! Three 'People's Choice' events were announced, with the formats and buy-ins yet to be announced.
  • 4. Best Stack Forward
    Any player that makes it to the end of a Day 1 with a stack is allowed to take part in additional Day 1s if they want to, providing they have not exceeded the maximum number of re-entries.
    However, if a player finishes multiple Day 1s with chips, only the highest chip stack will go to Day 2.
  • 5. Take Advantage of Bubble Protection
    GGPoker's popular Bubble Protection is available throughout the WSOP Online. It's available for all non-phase events with buy-ins less than $999. This means that if you register before the start of play and go on to bubble the tournament, you'll receive your buy-in back.

Break

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Alyssa MacDonald and David Peters are on a six-minute break. In the penultimate hand before the break, MacDonald called a check-raise from Peters on a {k-Spades}{9-Spades}{7-Clubs} flop before calling 102,400 on the {7-Spades} turn.

On the {3-Clubs} river, Peters check-folded to a bet of 256,000 to put the pair with nearly equal stacks into the break.

Alyssa MacDonald ca
Alyssa MacDonald
ca 1,965,528 404,850
David Peters us
David Peters
us 1,874,472 -404,850

Peters Takes the Lead

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David Peters raised to 42,240 and Alyssa MacDonald defended. The flop was {6-Clubs}{5-Diamonds}{3-Spades} and MacDonald check-called 21,120 from Peters.

On the {q-Diamonds} turn, MacDonald checked, Peters bet 101,376 and MacDonald called.

The river brought another {6-Diamonds} and Peters emptied the clip with a bet of 263,578, which got called. Peters showed {j-Diamonds}{6-Hearts} for trip sixes and MacDonald found herself coolered with {7-Spades}{6-Spades} for lower trips. The jack kicker played to move Peters into the lead.

David Peters us
David Peters
us 2,279,322 249,754
Alyssa MacDonald ca
Alyssa MacDonald
ca 1,560,678 -249,754

Facts & Figures from the 2020 WSOP.com Bracelet Events

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WSOP

It was two weeks ago that the WSOP.com portion of the 2020 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online Series ended. Throughout its 31 events, the series catered to 44,179 entrants and awarded $26,871,065 in prize money.

Not only was the series a success from a number’s standpoint, but it also provided a number of fun storylines. Who could forget Ryan "joeyisamush" Depaulo winning Event #12: $500 The Big 500 NLH while playing from his car in a Whole Foods parking lot, or the deep runs by Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth.

Toss in first-time bracelet winners, players capturing gold for either a second or third time, and six-figure prizes on the line, and there was no shortage of narratives each and every day.

Check out interesting facts and figures from WSOP.com

MacDonald and Peters Back to Even

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No luck with seven-deuce
No luck with seven-deuce

Alyssa MacDonald's early surge over David Peters has been countered by the American pro and the pair are almost back to even stacks. At her highest point, MacDonald sported an almost 2:1 lead over Peters by rivering two pair with {7-Clubs}{5-Clubs} on a {q-Diamonds}{4-Spades}{5-Spades}{2-Spades}{7-Diamonds} board against Peters' {k-Clubs}{q-Hearts}.

Not to be denied, Peters drew it nearly back to even in the two subsequent hands. In the biggest one of them, MacDonald opened to 38,400 and Peters called.

On a {2-Hearts}{8-Hearts}{8-Clubs} flop, Peters checked, MacDonald bet 19,200, Peters check-raised to 67,200 and MacDonald called. The turn was the {j-Clubs} and Peters bet 168,960. MacDonald raised to 376,320 and Peters called. Both players checked the {4-Clubs} on the river.

Peters tabled the winner with {a-Clubs}{8-Diamonds} for trip eights while MacDonald revealed a {7-Hearts}{2-Spades} for two pair.

David Peters us
David Peters
us 2,029,568 310,912
Alyssa MacDonald ca
Alyssa MacDonald
ca 1,810,432 -300,912

Chi Zhang Eliminated in the Semifinals ($124,160); Michael Addamo Advances

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Chi Zhang
Chi Zhang

Michael Addamo raised to 40,000, Chi Zhang three-bet to 160,000 and Addamo called. The flop was {k-Clubs}{3-Diamonds}{3-Hearts} and Zhang continued for 80,000 which Addamo called.

On the {10-Hearts} turn, Zhang took his time before virtually sliding in a bet of 288,000, called by Addamo once more.

The river was the {2-Spades} and Zhang moved all in for 887,344. Addamo beat him to the punch with a call and showed {6-Spades}{3-Spades} for trip treys. Zhang had {k-Spades}{q-Clubs} for a pair of kings and was eliminated.

Michael Addamo au
Michael Addamo
au 3,840,000 1,439,344
Chi Zhang GB
Chi Zhang
GB Eliminado

MacDonald Extends Lead Over Peters

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In the first level of the day, Alyssa MacDonald has been getting the better of David Peters. While the vast majority of pots have been very small, MacDonald was able to extract value with a set of fives on a {9-Hearts}{k-Clubs}{6-Hearts}{5-Clubs}{4-Hearts} board. She raised the turn to 51,200 and bet 115,200 on the river, which Peters called off with {k-Hearts}{3-Diamonds}.

In the other bigger pot, MacDonald called a preflop raise to 28,160 with {9-Diamonds}{9-Clubs} and called bets of 14,080 on the {j-Diamonds}{6-Spades}{5-Diamonds} flop and a pot-sized bet of 84,480 on the {2-Clubs} turn.

Peters gave up on the {q-Spades} river and showed down {a-Diamonds}{4-Hearts} to see MacDonald move up over 2M.

Alyssa MacDonald ca
Alyssa MacDonald
ca 2,111,344 213,344
David Peters us
David Peters
us 1,718,656 -213,344