Marius Gierse shines brightly in WSOP Online Main Event Day 1B

Marius Gierse made his chances of glory in the 2022 WSOP Online Main Event at GGPoker not bad at all, but building a massive stack on Day 1B of the $20 million guaranteed tournament. Gierse turned his starting stack of 60,000 into a colossal stack containing 1,466,483 chips. Of course, there’s a long, long way to go before this incredible event crowns its champion, but Gierse must be on top of the world right now.

Another 679 players participated in Day 1B of the $5,000 WSOP Online Main Event, with only 105 of those players punching their Day 2 tickets. 166 players until Day 2. Those of you who use your calculators to calculate the current overlay don’t have to worry about that because PokerNews can tell you that there must be an additional $14,604,000 raised in the next six days 1 for the $20 million guarantee to be reached.

WSOP Online Main Event Day 1B Top 10 Chip Counts

Square Player Country Fleas
1 Xing “May_K_4_Life” He Canada 1,505,388
2 Marius Gierse Austria 1,466,483
3 Thomas “ready to ship” Ward Thailand 979 317
4 JESUSAAZY Austria 833 558
5 Mikster Ireland 826,062
6 Adao888 China 776,007
seven serggorelyi Russia 759 853
8 Julio “bartodlgente” Belluscio Argentina 743 159
9 BruiserWaves Chile 732 120
ten Mateusz”[email protected]”Sikora Poland 721 886

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Gierse’s stack was the second biggest on Day 1b and is the second biggest in the tournament so far. Only Canadians Xing “May_K_4_Life” He (1,505,388) managed to build a larger stack on the first two flights. Definitely keep an eye out for He and Gierse as this monstrous sized online poker tournament progresses.

Chris Brewer crashed late in Day 1B proceedings, retiring to 108th with 105 on the way up. However, Brewer made amends by winning a $2,100 buy-in PKO tournament for over $40,000.

Many big names and familiar faces have chosen Day 1B to begin their quest for the 2022 WSOP Online Main Event. Many of these stellar players have managed to navigate their way through the shark-infested waters of the day.

Matas Cimboles (105,727), Darrell Goh (247,178), Marc Radoja (272,213), Rainer Kempe (286 191), Patrick Leonard (338,572), Niklas Astedt (355,382), Dimitar Danchev (465,725), Stefan Schillhabel (468,568), Samuel Vousden (565,536), Teun Mulder (696,281), and Stevan Chew (697,279) are just a handful of players who have safely reached Day 2.

September 11 is your next chance to enter the $20 Million Guaranteed WSOP Online Main Event, giving you plenty of time to try and win your $5,000 buy-in via satellites from just $5. Here’s to seeing your name among the chip leaders when the next Main Event recap hits the PokerNews cover page.

Sep-11 6:30 p.m. $5,000 WSOP Online MAIN EVENT Day 1c $20,000,000
Sep-18 6:30 p.m. $5,000 WSOP Online MAIN EVENT Day 1d $20,000,000
Sep 20 6:30 p.m. $5,000 WSOP Online MAIN EVENT Day 1 $20,000,000
Sep 22 6:30 p.m. $5,000 WSOP Online MAIN EVENT Day 1f $20,000,000
Sep 24 6:30 p.m. $5,000 WSOP Online MAIN EVENT Day 1g $20,000,000
Sep 25 6:30 p.m. $5,000 WSOP Online MAIN EVENT Day 1h $20,000,000
Sep 26 6 p.m. $5,000 WSOP Online MAIN EVENT Day 2 $20,000,000

Ryan Riess pockets big after GGPoker WSOP Day 1a Online Main Event

Juan Dominguez helps himself to a $100,000 score

Juan Pardo Dominguez
Juan Pardo Dominguez

The $5,250 Super HR Bounty Hunters tournament attracted 56 players who created a prize pool of $280,000. Over $100,000 of that, $100,226 to be exact, is now in the Spaniard’s GGPoker account Juan Dominguez.

Only the final seven players received a payout from the main prize pool. Alex “FutureofMe” Kulev was the first player to cash in. The tastes of Rodrigo Selouan, Christian Rodolpheand the legendary Niklas Astedt have also bolstered their already substantial funds.

Third place went to “Joyful,” which left Dominguez one-on-one against the GGPoker Ambassador Anatoly Filatov. Dominguez sent Filatov to the rail in second place, resigning from the popular pro for a consolation prize of $45,738 while clinging to the six-figure first prize for himself.

WSOP High Rollers: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Super HR Final Table

*Square Player Country Premiums Price Total price
1 Juan Dominguez Andorra $70,397 $29,829 $100,226
2 Anatoly Filatov Turkey $15,937 $29,801 $45,738
3 joyful Mexico $23,792 $23,792
4 Niklas Astedt Norway $4,687 $18,986 $23,673
5 Christian Rodolphe Austria $5,000 $15,150 $20,150
6 Rodrigo Selouan Brazil $4,375 $12,090 $16,465
seven Alex “FutureofMe” Kulev Ireland $4,687 $9,647 $14,334

David Yan triumphs in $10,000 ($985,565) Super MILLION$ High Roller WSOP online bracelet event

Oliver Weis welcomes $150,000 payout to his GGPoker account

Olivier Weis
Olivier Weis

Olivier Weis is $150,650 richer than a day ago thanks to the removal of the $1,050 GGMasters High Rollers an event. The tournament attracted 1,084 competitors, meaning a prize pool of $1,084,000, well above the advertised guarantee of $750,000.

The huge prize pool meant that everyone who skilfully navigated their way to the nine-handed final table was rewarded with at least $15,064, with the top two taking home prizes that tipped the scales by six figures.

Tobias Duthweiler crashed in ninth, and David Colman, Pedro “ODDj0b” Doroand Stefan “shetlef12” Nemetz joined him on the list of eliminated players.

austria Leon “Rumuku!us” Sturm ran out of steam in fifth, a good finish for $47,639, while Laszlo Molnar collected $63,528 after his untimely demise in fourth. The elimination of Craig “Crow Symone” Mason came up with $84,716 and sent the tournament into the heads-up phase.

Weis fought one-on-one with “2jundol2” of Hong Kong, and proved too much for his opponent to handle. 2jundol2 saw $112,971 in his GGPoker account, leaving Weis to take home $150,650.

$1,050 GGMasters High Rollers Final Table Results

Square Player Country Price
1 Olivier Weis Austria $150,650
2 2jundol2 hong kong $112,971
3 Craig “raven symone” Mason Mexico $84,716
4 Laszlo Molnar Austria $63,528
5 Leon “Rumuku!us” Sturm Austria $47,639
6 Stefan “shetlef12” Nemetz Austria $35,724
seven Pedro “ODDj0b” Doro Brazil $26,789
8 David Colman Canada $20,089
9 Tobias Duthweiler Austria $15,064

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Other GGPoker wins worth $40,000 or more

Wiktor Malinowski
Wiktor Malinowski

There were a dozen wins at GGPoker this weekend, along with a top prize of over $40,000. Wiktor Malinowski won a prize of $210,193 after outlasting 12 opponents in the $25,500 Super High Roller event.

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