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Sunday, July 19, 2020 to Sunday, July 19, 2020

GGPoker.com Event #33: $1,111 Every 1 for Covid Relief [Caesars Cares]

EVENT IN PROGRESS:Level: 4 | Blinds: 250/500 | Ante: 60
  • Buy-in: $1,111
  • Prizepool: $2,580,853
  • Entries: 2,323
  • Remaining: 1418

EVENT UPDATES

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Sunday, July 19, 2020 9:18 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 4 hours ago)
Restart Postponed to July 26th Due to Critical Bug

After the completion of level four and around half a minute into level five, the players went into a scheduled 6-minute break. However, during that time a critical bug was detected and the event was paused by the operator for an extended break.

GGPoker has since confirmed on their Twitter account that the tournament has been postponed and further information was released shortly after.

Event #33 is currently set to resume on July 26th, 2020, as of 6 p.m. GMT (exactly one week later than the initial starting time) with the current stack sizes. Whether or not the late registration and re-entry period is effected by this restart has not yet been communicated by GGPoker, however, they have announced to double the charity donation that has been collected so far.

As of now, the tournament has attracted a field of 1,598 entries of which 1,418 players remain with nearly the entire level five at blinds of 300/600 and a running ante of 70 to play for. A total prize pool of $1,775,378 has emerged which includes the donation for the Covid Relief effort by the Caesars Cares assistance fund.

The chip leader thus far is "jack chan" of the Philippines with a stack of 98,014 followed by "EmptyTheClip" (90,409) and "VaPaCooler" (88,494). Two known players were in the top 20 including Shawn "buck21" Buchanan (77,751) and Farid Jattin (71,562) while other early big stacks include Simon Higgins (61,323), Leonid Yanovski (59,646), Chris Hunichen (56,889) and Naoya Kihara (55,067).

jack chan leads after level four
jack chan leads after level four

Among the GGPoker ambassadors, Fedor Holz accumulated the most chips so far and turned his 25,000 starting stack into 42,140. Fellow ambassadors Felipe Ramos (29,122) and Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier (20,368) were also in contention.

Sunday, July 19, 2020 8:49 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 4 hours ago)
Top 20 Stacks and Notables After Level Four

Once the players went on the second scheduled 6-minute break upon completion of level four, the top 20 stacks and further notables were as follows.

jack chan98,0140
EmptyTheClip90,4090
VaPaCooler88,49488,494
Simbuzzi83,73510,912
DanBiz83,47083,470
manzi8882,2520
ExoticJoe78,0900
Aucoin77,75177,751
Shawn "buck21" Buchanan75,4000
TheRealWushu72,936260
Farid Jattin71,5620
24hourban71,54771,547
RunitAgain68,604-1,240
SPARK120766,99866,998
Office66,24466,244
Pokerggbras66,16066,160
senf-king65,076300
Dimastiy64,34864,348
Mihail Semin64,08764,087
Simon Higgins61,32361,323
Leonid Yanovski59,646380
Chris Hunichen56,889-1,490
Naoya Kihara55,06724,667
Jacob Tang54,91429,914
Aleksejs Ponakovs54,13222,170
Yuri Dzivielevski53,732-1,110
Adrian Mateos50,833-3,297
Dinesh "NastyMinder" Alt47,65447,654
Fedor Kruse46,30114,401
Fedor Holz42,1400
Mikhail Semin42,07917,079
Scott "TTV_pokerbrahs" Kenyon39,48714,487
Patrick Leonard38,70338,703
Pete "TurboPete" Chen35,9120
Dario Sammartino31,16131,161
Thai Ha30,7200
Felipe Ramos29,1220
Kristen Bicknell28,9133,913
Michael Soyza28,1670
Michael Addamo27,70027,700
Michiel "Easterdamnz" Van Elsacker26,8960
Torsten "jektiss" Brinkmann25,685685
Henri Buehler24,7750
Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier20,3680
Luiz "Luizftorres14" Torres18,01118,011
Benjamin Rolle17,74417,744
Steve O'Dwyer16,812-8,188
Sunday, July 19, 2020 8:27 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 5 hours ago)
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Sunday, July 19, 2020 8:20 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 5 hours ago)
Restart Delayed

A short notification appeared on all tables that the restart with nearly the entire fifth level of the day is supposed to take place half past the hour. However, that has since changed to another 30 minutes on top.

Plenty of time to get some fitness exercises done or stock up on coffee and snacks.

Sunday, July 19, 2020 8:10 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 5 hours ago)
Notable Stacks

The players have not returned from their break yet and the event was briefly shown "paused by the operator" once more. Below are some notable stacks.

jack chan98,01414,571
EmptyTheClip90,40927,507
manzi8882,25222,168
ExoticJoe78,09010,930
Shawn "buck21" Buchanan75,40011,720
Farid Jattin71,5621,430
Adamwia66,732
BBRS99945,8385,300
Mike Watson45,45220,452
Fedor Holz42,14011,332
TheKidForU39,857-9,849
GameOver36,546
Pete "TurboPete" Chen35,9129,399
Thai Ha30,7204,889
Felipe Ramos29,1228,137
GTOwannabe28,6682,505
Michael Soyza28,167-1,840
Michiel "Easterdamnz" Van Elsacker26,89611,796
Henri Buehler24,7752,672
Sean Winter24,775-200
Matthias Eibinger24,510-490
Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier20,368-2,060
Dingbat17,023
AdultShark11,796
COPAG USA
Sunday, July 19, 2020 8:07 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 5 hours ago)
GGPoker Launches Day 2 Staking in Time for 2020 WSOP Online

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WSOP on GGpoker
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The innovative staking feature on GGPoker just got even better in time for the 2020 WSOP Online. 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.

It makes railing players in the 2020 WSOP Online even more exciting, as they close in on a share of some HUGE guarantees as part of the schedule.

Here's everything you need to know about staking on GGPoker

Sunday, July 19, 2020 7:57 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 5 hours ago)
Second Break of the Day

Another 55 minutes on the virtual felt have been completed and as soon as the current hands are completed, the players will head into the second scheduled 6-minute break.

There are 1,262 players out of 1,440 entries remaining as the prize pool has reached nearly $1.6 million.

Sunday, July 19, 2020 7:55 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 5 hours ago)
"robocup" Busts One

Jackhu eliminated

A short-stacked "Jackhu" was all-in with the    and "robocup" looked them up with the   .

The     propelled "robocup" into the lead and the   turn and   river runout changed nothing whatsoever.

ekpoker48,1388,156
robocup36,50136,501
Michael Soyza30,007-1,645
Jackhu00
Sunday, July 19, 2020 7:53 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 5 hours ago)
Counts and Bustouts Part II
Farid Jattin70,132
Chris Hunichen58,37914,662
Yuri Dzivielevski54,842
Adrian Mateos54,130
Arnaud Enselme28,957-21,343
edudrake198726,428-9,127
JayFarber0
Michael Addamo0
BabyShark190
chucknorris0
OMGitsMe0
ThefastLayne00
Simon Higgins0-25,000
Viktor Kudinov0-1,625
BIG CHI0
Mark Radoja0
epiphany10
setmeup0
Christopher Brewer0-25,000
Sergi Reixach0-25,000
Hun Wei Lee0
Sunday, July 19, 2020 7:48 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 5 hours ago)
"PAPAI_PIG" Chips Up

On a table that also includes GGPoker ambassador Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier, "genizta" defended the big blind against an open raise by "PAPAI_PIG" in middle position and they check-called a bet of 820 on the     flop. "genizta" led the   turn for 1,500 and called a raise to 3,620 before check-calling a bet of 3,307 on the   river.

"PAPAI_PIG" tabled the    for a flush and their opponent only had    for trips sixes. "PAPAI_PIG" claimed the lead on the table while Grospellier remains just under the starting stack.

PAPAI_PIG34,944
Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier22,428-1,397
COPAG USA
Sunday, July 19, 2020 7:42 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 6 hours ago)
Early Big Stacks

The field has climbed to 1,337 entries with some 1,242 players remaining in level four and some players with more than double the starting stack can be found below.

jack chan83,44383,443
DrBravestone74,91974,919
Simbuzzi72,82372,823
TheRealWushu72,67672,676
RunitAgain69,84469,844
ExoticJoe67,16067,160
senf-king64,77664,776
Shawn "buck21" Buchanan63,68063,680
EmptyTheClip62,90262,902
Leonid Yanovski59,26659,266
Oliver Weis56,22056,220
FeelsGTOman51,490
Sunday, July 19, 2020 7:40 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 6 hours ago)
Level 4 started
Level: 4
Blinds: 250/500
Ante: 60
Sunday, July 19, 2020 7:39 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 6 hours ago)
"Chainsaw" Eliminated by "manzi88"

Chainsaw eliminated

In a single-raised pot to the     flop, "Chainsaw" in the cutoff made it three bets and then called the shove of "manzi88" on the button to set up the following showdown.

"Chainsaw":   
"manzi88":   

The   turn and   river failed to improve the Brit and he was replaced by Matthias Eibinger who re-entered.

manzi8860,084
Matthias Eibinger25,00025,000
Chainsaw0-28,850
Sunday, July 19, 2020 7:36 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 6 hours ago)
Van Elsacker Folds the River

Poker streamer Michiel "Easterdamnz" Van Elsacker battled with "Adamwia" in the small blind and faced a check-raise from 1,819 to 4,838 on the      turn which he reluctantly called. On the   river, "Adamwia" ripped it in and Van Elsacker quickly folded.

The Belgian is one of several streamers who showcase their play on the various streaming platforms right now.

Michiel "Easterdamnz" Van Elsacker15,10015,100
Sunday, July 19, 2020 7:29 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 6 hours ago)
A Double for "BBRS999"

"BBRS999" raised it up to 660 and picked up calls from "GTOwannabe" and Andjelko Andrejevic. Out of the big blind, "GrossLeo2018" three-bet to 4,020 and "BBRS999" jammed for 19,394. That forced out two players and "GrossLeo2018" eventually called after using a hig portion of his time bank.

"BBRS999":   
"GrossLeo2018":   

The board came       and the kings held up, "GTOwannabe" flashed the mucked   .

TheKidForU49,706-1,044
BBRS99940,538
GTOwannabe26,163
Thai Ha25,831350
Andjelko Andrejevic18,375-8,000
GrossLeo20186,352
Sunday, July 19, 2020 7:25 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 6 hours ago)
Level 3 started
Level: 3
Blinds: 200/400
Ante: 50
Sunday, July 19, 2020 7:25 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 6 hours ago)
Down and Up for Soyza

Natural8 Team Hot member Michael Soyza raised to 750 and was called by "ekpoker" and "edudrake1987" in the big blind. The     flop was checked to Soyza who bet 884 and was called only by "ekpoker". After the   turn, a bet of 3,336 by Soyza was called once more and they checked the   river.

Soyza tabled    but "ekpoker" had that beat with   .

The Malaysian got the chips and more back one hand later when scooping a pot of 20,194 against "JeeyTy". Soyza bet the       river for 6,418 into 7,358 and was called to win the pot with    versus   ,

ekpoker39,98239,982
edudrake198735,555
Michael Soyza31,6526,652
JeeyTy12,49912,499
Sunday, July 19, 2020 7:20 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 6 hours ago)
Down One Bullet

As level two comes to an end soon, the tournament screen shows 1,158 players out of 1,184 entries remaining and several big names were among the early casualties. However, they can all fire up to two re-entries in the registration period.

KGB Plus eV0
1Darkside10
YesPlease0
Manig Loeser0-25,000
orzorz0
PretzelLogic0
Bruno Volkmann0
Matthias Eibinger0
thegaijin0
Tufaooo0
Prodigal Sen0
Mike "GoJiGo" Leah0
Sunday, July 19, 2020 7:14 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 6 hours ago)
Enselme Doubles Through Kudinov

Enselme doubles through Kudinov

In a battle of known players, Arnaud Enselme opened and called a three-bet just before the blinds went up with both players investing 1,400 to the     flop, which they checked through. Enselme bet the   turn for 2,000 and was called before leading the   river for 1,825. Kudinov jammed and Enselme called with    for top two, Kudinov was caught with the   .

Enselme doubles through Kudinov
Enselme doubles through Kudinov

UK-based French poker pro Enselme has already enjoyed several deep runs on the GGnetwork in the last two editions of the APT Online Series.

Arnaud Enselme50,30050,300
Viktor Kudinov1,6251,625
Sunday, July 19, 2020 7:10 PM Local Time (about 16 days and 6 hours ago)
Level 2 started
Level: 2
Blinds: 150/300
Ante: 35
COPAG USA