Ebaaa11, Sebastian Huber, and Ronan Sweeney Win Different WCOOP Tournaments

Ronan "Sw33ney" Sweeney and "Ebaaa11" were optimistic last weekend that they would win various tournaments. Each of them got a six-figure prize after winning the 2022 World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) $5,200 buy-in freezeouts.

2022 WCOOP Event No.45-H

The 2022 WCOOP Event No.45-H was a $5,200 No-Limit Hold'em Freezeout featuring 76 talented online poker players who created a $380,000 prize pool. Even so, the compact field limited the number of players who would earn money to nine, as they would form the final table.

The Final Table's Results

  1. Ebaaa11 from Montenegro-$102,565
  2. Christian "WATnlos" Rudolph from Austria-$76,821
  3. Renan "Internet93o" Bruschi from Brazil-$57,539
  4. Andras "probirs" Nemeth from Hungary-$43,096
  5. Jon "apestyles" Van Fleet from Canada-$32,279
  6. DingeBrinker from Estonia-$24,177
  7. Daniil "NVoskob1986" Kiselev from Latvia-$18,108
  8. Oliver "sk2ll_m0dr" Weis from Austria-$13,563
  9. Alexandros "Pwndidi" Theologis from Austria-$11,847

Action at the Final Table

Benjamin "Spraggy" Spragg busted the money bubble after finishing 10th. His exit allowed each remaining player to win at least $11,847. Alexandros "Pwndidi" Thelogis received this amount after leaving the table in ninth place.

Oliver "sk2ll_m0dr" Weis followed him in eighth place and he took home $13,563. Daniil "NVoskob1986" Kiselev got busted in seventh place and he won $18,108. "DingeBrinker" and Jon "apestyles" Van Fleet won $24,177 and $32,279 respectively.

Andras "probirs" Nemeth had a deep run. Yet, he finished fourth and won $43,096 while Renan "Internett93o" Bruschi finished third with $57,539 thus creating a heads-up match between the remaining duo.

"Ebaaa11" and Christian "WATnlos" Rudolph battled it out for the WCOOP title. Rudolph is known for winning heads-up action. But this was a different scenario as "Ebaaa11" beat him and won $102,565 while the former took home $76,821.

Sweeney Wins the $5,000 6-Max Turbo Event

The WCOOP 52-H: $5,200 No-Limit Hold'em 6-Max Turbo High Roller tournament attracted 79 players who formed a $395,000 prize pool. Roman "Sw333ney" Sweeney won the event with 7.9 million chips and received $106,614 after four and a half hours of intense action.

The Final Table's Results

  1. Ronan "Sw33ney" Sweeney from the United Kingdom-$106,614
  2. Rui "RuiNF" Ferreira from Brazil-$79,695
  3. Daniil "NVoskob1986" Kiselev from Latvia-$59,573
  4. Fabiano "Kovalski1" Kovalski from Brazil-$44,532
  5. x_zola25 from Denmark-$33,288
  6. Michel "FreeLancerZZ" Dattani from Malta-$24,883
  7. Andras "probris" Nemeth from Hungary-$18,601

Action at the Final Table

David "MissOracle" Yan left the tournament in 10th place and busted the bubble. Joao "Naza114" Vieira and Joao "ioaoMathias" Baumgarten got busted before reaching the final table.

Andras "probirs" Nemeth finished seventh and won $18,601. Michel "FreeLancerZZ" Dattani finished sixth with $24,883, "x_zola25" finished fifth with $33,288 and Fabiano "Kovalskil" Kovalski finished fourth with $44,532.

The payouts increased drastically as Daniil "NVoskob1986" Kiselev finished third with $59,573. His elimination set up a heads-up action between Sweeney and Rui "RuiNF" Ferreira.

This was the latter's fourth WCOOP event to take part in. He beat Ferreira and took home $106,614 while the latter won $79,695 after finishing as the runner-up.

Other Latest WCOOP Results

Sebastian "peace&love" Huber had a memorable day on September 15. He started being popular in 2021 after leading the Dare2Stream tournament that PokerStars organized and received a $30,000 Platinum Pass.

PokerStars added him to Team PokerStars Online in March 2022. The poker pro recently won WCOOP 44-L: $5.50 NLHE 7-Max PKO and received $2,818.


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