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Sunday, August 02, 2020 to Sunday, August 02, 2020

GGPoker.com Event #47: $1,000 Short Deck No Limit Hold'em [Asia Time Zone]

  • Buy-in: $1,000
  • Prizepool: $462,650
  • Entries: 487
  • Remaining: 1

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Sunday, August 2, 2020 11:51 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 6 hours ago)
Paul Teoh Wins GGPoker WSOP Event #47 $1,000 Short Deck Hold'em ($82,202)

Final Hand of 2020 WSOP Event #47: $1,000 Short Deck No Limit Hold'em at GGPoker

Malaysia's Paul Teoh found his first taste of WSOP gold after shipping Event #47: $1,000 Short Deck No Limit Hold'em for $88,202 and a a WSOP gold bracelet at GGPoker.

Teoh's WSOP experience prior to this year consisted of trips to the WSOP Europe in 2018 and 2019 at King's Resort where he managed five cashes in bracelet events in three different poker variants.

His last final cash coincidentally came in a short-deck event where he finished in 10th place in the 2019 WSOPE Event #13: €2,500 No Limit Short Deck Hold'em for €8,322 ($9,256).

It wasn't easy for Teoh to win the bracelet as he faced an especially competitive final table which included the likes of a very hungry Mike Watson.

Many of Watson's peers consider him to be one of the best tournament players to never win a WSOP bracelet but, unfortunately, he will have to wait for his chance as today was Teoh's day.

Watson has impressively amassed more than $12 million in live cashes according to The Hendon Mob to go along with another $6 million in online tournament cashes according to PocketFives where he is currently ranked in sixth place in the world.

2020 GGPoker WSOP Event #47 $1,000 Short Deck No Limit Hold'em Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Paul TeohMalaysia$82,202
2Michelle "hu4trollzz" ShahUnited States$60,254
3Mike WatsonCanada$44,166
4Andrei "iosif stalin" KonopelkoBelarus$32,373
5Joseph "MrWheatToast" OrsinoUnited States$23,730
6Jose Luis "IQUI22" MaslhiaArgentina$17,394
7Mykhailo "remand" KrasnytskyiUkraine$12,750
8Boon Heng "CowBaby" SiongSingapore$9,345
9Shota "shorta222" NakanishiJapan$6,850

Event #47 Action

The day began with players starting off with a huge stack of 300,000 in chips and blinds increasing every 20 minutes. Late registration was closed after three hours when it was announced that the tournament attracted a field of 487 players to generate a $462,560 prize pool.

After a little more than four hours of total play, the bubble burst once Gennaro "G4m3ov3r" Proscia hit the rail. The remaining 71 players were each guaranteed at least a min-cash of $2,152.

GGPoker Ambassador and six-time WSOP bracelet winner Daniel Negreanu just missed cashing. Although he failed to pad his bankroll he did fare better than fellow Ambassador Felipe Ramos who decided not to re-enter near the end of late registration after he busted his first and only bullet.

Among those to cash but miss the final table included Dustin "JohnSmiley1" Dirksen (12th - $5,167), Dzmitry Urbanovich (22nd - $3,334), WSOP bracelet winner Danny Tang (29th - $2,679), Dario Sammartino (36th - $2,679), Dan "oiltrader" Shak (38th - $2,679), Jens "Tankanza" Lakemeier (55th - $2,152), and Manig Loeser (64th - $2,152).

Final Table Action

The final table was reached after nearly 7 1/2 hours of play and it took more than three hours for the final table to play out. Federico "Poch0Loc0" Anselmi bubbled the final table in 10th place for $5,167 after his ace-queen couldn't hold up against the ten-eight held by Jose Luis "IQUI22" Maslhia.

Watson entered the final table with the chip lead with Andrei "iosif stalin" Konopelko and Teoh not too far behind.

It took nearly an hour for any eliminations to take place at the final table during which time Konopelko took the chip lead. Then four eliminations took place within a span of about 10 minutes.

The first two eliminations took place on the same hand when Konopelko's ace-jack got there against the ace-queen suited held by Boon Heng "CowBaby" Siong (eighth - $9,345) and the big slick held by Shota "shorta222" Nakanishi (ninth - $6,850).

Mykhailo "remand" Krasnytskyi was the next to go in seventh place for $12,450. Krasnytskyi's ace-ten didn't improve against Watson's ace-queen suited and Konopelko's big slick. Watson won the hand to narrow the gap between him and Konopelko for the chip lead.

Jose Luis "IQUI22" Maslhia gave up most of his stack when his big slick ran into rockets held by Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah. The rest of his stack then went to Teoh and he hit the rail in sixth place for $17,394.

Shortly after, Teoh took the chip lead before it quickly headed back to Konopelko.

A bit of time passed before Joseph "MrWheatToast" Orsino hit the rail in fifth place for $23,730 when his king-queen suited didn't get there against Watson's ace-jack suited.

The action was fast and furious. Although no eliminations took place for a bit of time, the lead exchanged many times with each player having it at least once until Konopelko eventually hit the rail in fourth place for $32,373. Konopelko got it in good with ace-queen against Shah's king-queen. But Shah hit a straight on the board and it was Konopelko's run fell short of a podium finish.

A short while later, Teoh won a big hand against Shah. Teoh flopped two pair with ten-eight and improved to a full house on the river when he got a big call by Shah with ace-jack for two pair.

Teoh already had more than half the chips in play when he eliminated Watson in third place for $44,166. Watson got it in good with jacks against Teoh's tens but Teoh hit a straight and Watson fell short of getting his first WSOP bracelet.

Heads-Up Action

Teoh entered heads-up play with a 4:1 chip advantage against Shah. He extended it to a 6:1 chip advantage before the final hand took place.

Teoh called a three-bet shove with queen-jack and was up against the ace-jack held by Shah. Shah was ahead when the chips were committed but luck was on Teoh's side after a queen hit a flop and eventually had two pair after the river.

Although Shah did fall short of a bracelet, she will still go home with an impressive runner prize of $60,254.

Congrats to Paul Teoh for winning his first bracelet and the $82,202 top prize!

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Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:59 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 7 hours ago)
Final Table Payouts
PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Paul TeohMalaysia$82,202
2Michelle "hu4trollzz" ShahUnited States$60,254
3Michael WatsonCanada$44,166
4Andrei "iosif stalin" KonopelkoBelarus$32,373
5Joseph "MrWheatToast" OrsinoUnited States$23,730
6Jose Luis "IQUI22" MaslhiaArgentina$17,394
7Mykhailo "remand" KrasnytskyiUkraine$12,750
8Boon Heng "CowBaby" SiongSingapore$9,345
9Shota "shorta222" NakanishiJapan$6,850
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:58 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 7 hours ago)
Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah Eliminated in 2nd Place ($60,254)

Paul Teoh raised to 3.6 million before he called a jam by Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah to 16.5 million.

Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah:   
Paul Teoh:   

It was looking good for Shah to double up but instead, the tournament ended before what could have been the 11th break of the day after the       ran out on the board to give Teoh two pair.

Shah didn't win the bracelet but she did pull down a huge runner-up prize of $60,254 for her efforts.

Meanwhile, Paul Teoh collected his first WSOP bracelet along with the tasty $82,202 top prize.

Stay tuned at PokerNews for the recap of WSOP Event #47: $1,000 Short Deck No Limit Hold'em.

Paul Teoh146,100,00018,300,000
Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah0-18,300,000
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:53 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 7 hours ago)
Teoh Winning Small Pot After Small Pot
Paul Teoh127,800,00011,350,000
Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah18,300,000-11,349,000
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:46 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 7 hours ago)
Updated Chip Counts
Paul Teoh116,450,0000
Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah29,649,0000
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:45 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 7 hours ago)
Level 27 started
Level: 27
Blinds: 0/0
Ante: 900,000
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:41 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 7 hours ago)
Mike Watson Eliminated in 3rd Place ($44,166)

Mike Watson called off for 24.5 million with    against Paul Teoh's shove with   .

It was looking good for Watson to double but Teoh hit a straight after the       ran out on the board.

Watson took home the bronze medal prize of $44,166.

Meanwhile, Teoh began heads-up play with a more than 2:1 chip advantage against Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah.

Paul Teoh103,934,00029,364,000
Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah42,165,00020,795,000
Michael Watson0-28,665,000
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:40 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 7 hours ago)
Full House Gives Teoh the Lead

Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah limped from the cutoff and Paul Teoh limped as well from the button.

Shah bet 3,150,000 after the     came on the flop and Teoh called. Shah fired out for 8,400,000 after the   came on the turn and Teoh called again.

Shah checked after the   paired the board on the river and Teoh fired out for 13,300,000. Shah went into the tank before she made the call. Teoh won the hand with    for a full house with Shah holding    for two pair.

Paul Teoh74,570,00023,100,000
Michael Watson28,665,000-1,400,000
Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah21,370,000-43,195,000
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:33 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 7 hours ago)
Chip Counts
Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah64,565,0004,513,000
Paul Teoh51,470,0002,800,000
Michael Watson30,065,000-6,300,000
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:29 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 7 hours ago)
Level 26 started
Level: 26
Blinds: 0/0
Ante: 700,000
Jostens Fan Collection
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:29 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 7 hours ago)
Andrei "iosif stalin" Konopelko Eliminated in 4th Place ($32,373)

Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah open-jammed from the cutoff more than enough to cover the less than 20 million Andrei "iosif stalin" Konopelko had on the button and got a call.

Andrei "iosif stalin" Konopelko:   
Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah:   

It was looking good for Konopelko to double but luck wasn't on his side. The       ran out on the board to give Shah a straight and to send Konopelko to the rail in fourth place for $32,373.

Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah60,052,00023,235,000
Paul Teoh48,670,0006,711,000
Michael Watson36,365,000-2,211,000
Andrei "iosif stalin" Konopelko0-28,748,000
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:22 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 7 hours ago)
Chip Counts
Paul Teoh41,959,000-4,950,000
Michael Watson38,576,000-850,000
Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah36,817,000-4,400,000
Andrei "iosif stalin" Konopelko28,748,0004,950,000
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:18 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 7 hours ago)
Konopeko Doubles

Mike Watson limped and Andrei "iosif stalin" Konopelko limped behind before Paul Teoh raised to 1.1 million on the button. Watson called before Konopelko jammed for 10.2 million. Teoh called and Watson folded.

Andrei "iosif stalin" Konopelko:   
Paul Teoh:   

The       ran out on the board to give Konopelko two pair and a double-up.

Paul Teoh46,909,000-10,799,000
Andrei "iosif stalin" Konopelko23,798,00012,998,000
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:16 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 7 hours ago)
Konopelko Left Short

Paul Teoh raised to 2.2 million from under the gun and was called by Andrei "iosif stalin" Konopelko in the big blind.

Teoh bet 3.3 million after the     came on the flop and Konopelko called.

Teoh fired out for 6.6 million after the   came on the turn and once again got a call.

The   completed the board on the river and both players checked.

Teoh turned over    for top two pair to beat his opponent's   .

Paul Teoh57,708,00015,550,000
Andrei "iosif stalin" Konopelko10,800,000-15,249,000
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:10 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 8 hours ago)
Teoh Takes the Lead

Paul Teoh raised to 3,025,000 from under the gun and was called by Mike Watson from one seat over.

Both players checked after the     came on the flop. Teoh fired out for 4,400,000 after the   came on the turn and Watson called.

Both players checked again after the   completed the board on the river. Watson turned over    for a flush but Teoh had a better flush holding   .

Paul Teoh42,158,00010,725,000
Michael Watson39,426,000-7,975,000
COPAG USA
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:06 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 8 hours ago)
Watson Back on Top

Michelle Shah's lead was short-lived as Michael Watson won a couple of small pots to regain the driver's seat.

Michael Watson47,401,0007,436,000
Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah41,217,0002,750,000
Paul Teoh31,433,000-561,000
Andrei "iosif stalin" Konopelko26,049,000-5,775,000
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:05 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 8 hours ago)
Shah in the Lead

Michelle Shah raised to 3.3 million from the cutoff and was called by Paul Teoh on the button.

Shah took down the hand after Teoh folding to her 6.6 million bet on the     flop.

Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah43,417,0004,950,000
Paul Teoh31,994,000-3,850,000
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:01 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 8 hours ago)
Level 25 started
Level: 25
Blinds: 0/0
Ante: 550,000
Sunday, August 2, 2020 10:00 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 8 hours ago)
Shah Chips Up Before Break; Watson Back in the Lead

Michael Watson limped from under the gun before Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah raised to 4 million from one seat over. Andrei "iosif stalin" Konopelko called from the button as did Watson.

Watson checked after the     came on the flop and Shah bet 6.8 million. Konopelko called and Watson folded.

Shah jammed for 11.3 million after the   came on the turn and Konopelko folded.

All four players are tightly bunched in chips at the break with Michael Watson once again in the lead when the action resumes.

Michael Watson39,965,000-2,800,000
Michelle "hu4trollzz" Shah38,467,00015,200,000
Paul Teoh35,844,000-820,000
Andrei "iosif stalin" Konopelko31,824,000-11,600,000
Sunday, August 2, 2020 9:56 PM Local Time (about 10 days and 8 hours ago)
Break #10

Players are on their 10th break of the tournament.