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The first WSOP bracelet event at GGPoker was a night to remember that began – as part of a schedule of 54 events over the next month. Unfortunately, on the night the three bracelet winners were supposed to be crowned, two of the events ran into significant trouble and had to be shut down until next week.

Lightning Fast Event #34: $525 Super Turbo Bounty No Limit Holdum 6 Hand – finishing in 3 hours and 15 minutes to create the fastest bracelet event so far – went as normal without being affected by technical issues. A total of 2,214 entries worth $525 each resulted in a total prize of $1,107,000.

After all, it was Japan’s Shoma “pp_syon” Ishikawa who made history as GGPoker’s first online bracelet winner. And he was the third most coveted winner of the award in Japan, following Naoya Kihara and Takahiro. According to The Hendon Mob, Ishikawa is an emerging talent from the land of the rising sun, with $34,238 in lifetime cash made in Korea and Vietnam.

Perhaps it perfectly embodies what WSOP and GGPoker are trying to do with this series, making online bracelets available to people outside the average prison in Nevada and New Jersey, but Ishikawa doesn’t have any cash before at the WSOP. Now, in just over three hours, he has fired two $525 bullets, making it a $117,650 payday and a WSOP gold bracelet, and his name will be part of the poker trivia for years to come.

Many notable players entered the game, and among the big-money and paid players were Fedor Holtz, GGPoker’s promotional ambassador, Mike McDonald, streamer Michiel “Easterdamnz” Van Elsacker and Scott “TTV_Pokerbrahs” Kenyon, the latter two players making the final four tables.

In the final table less than three hours later, the players’ nicknames were removed and their real names were revealed on the spot. This put Dimitar “Mott” Josipov on the final tab list, including WSOP bracelet winner Daniel Strelitz as a “gyrocopter.”

Starting first would be Yoshifov, and it didn’t get any better after Asthen hit three pockets of the wave “Wave” Kim. Kim didn’t enjoy the spoils while he was by his side, and he lost the last piece to Gary “STARDOG13” Johnson after being sacrificed by Diego “El Motron” Ostrovich.

Unsurprisingly, the speed remained intense, and by the last break the field had been reduced to four, with Ilya Anatsuki, Tom “Pick00rs” Delane and Julian “Ector” Bogdanov all dropping in short order.

Strelitz will be the first player to go next after taking a rare sigh without being eliminated from about 10 hands. The last remaining bracelet winner of the field lost the game to nine when Ostrovic’s Jack Ten fell over 10. Johnson followed him to the rail as he failed to improve after being knocked out with six aces against the Argentine ace king.

Ostrovich has taken a significant lead, as well as a much larger progressive bounty, but it should be there for Ishikawa to shine. The Japanese player, who has won a whopping seven hands in a row, turned the tables and went all but three of Ostrovich’s blinds with an ace-9 against King-Ten.

The final match was a formal match. Taking nine sixes, Ishikawa pushed, and Ostrovic stopped the match with five three. Arriving to match the nine in order, the blush gave Ishikawa a bracelet as well as $117,650. 안전한 파워볼사이트


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