The 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online is still awarding players in New Jersey and Nevada. Also, GGPoker is holding other international poker events, and it promptly shares its results. Dzivielevski, Vieira, and Martirosian won the latest bracelet at WSOP Online.
Yuri Dzivielevski Shines at the $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship
The tournament featured 153 entrants who competed for the $368,343 top prize. Yuri Dzivielevski reached the final table being one of the stack leaders, and eventually won the tournament.
He received the fourth gold bracelet in his professional career. Besides, it was his second Pot-Limit Omaha (PLO) bracelet after winning $221,557 in the 2020 $400 Buy-In “PLOSSUS” event.
Dzivielevski won $213,750 in the 2019 $2,500 Mixed Omaha Eight-or-Better and Stud Eight-or-Better tournament. Yet, he won $207,688 in this summer’s $1,500 H.O.R.S.E. tournament in Las Vegas.
Reports indicate that the poker pro has over $6.8 million in event winnings. Joao Simao (two-time bracelet champion) finished seventh with $52,620, and Renan Bruschi exited the tournament in third place with $192,554. Christopher Frank lost the top prize to Dzivielevski and finished second with $266,319.
The Top Prizes
- Yuri Dzivielevski-$368,343
- Christopher Frank-$266,319
- Renan Bruschi-$192,554
- David Mzareulov-$139,220
- Andrei Nikonov-$100,659
- Boris Angelov-$72,779
- Joao Simao-$52,620
Joao Vieira Wins $760,396 at the $25,000 GGMillion$ Super High Roller Championship
The Heads-Up Championship took place recently. The $25,000 Buy-In GGMillion$ Super High Rollers attracted 145 players and had the biggest buy-in in the series. Joao Vieira won the tournament, taking home $760,396.
Vieira also bagged the third bracelet in his career. It was his second biggest payout in a competitive event after winning $1,384,413 in the 2022 WSOP Festival $50,000 High Roller in Vegas.
The player has over $9.5 million in lifetime poker earnings. The odds favored him when he won a vital hand. Vieira used pocket aces to face Leon Sturm’s A-K.
He got a significant chip lead in the fast-paced play. But the other two top-prize contenders were Pieter Aerts and Wiktor Malinowski. Vieira outwitted his opponents to claim the bracelet and title.
What the Top Finalists Won
- Joao Vieira-$760,396
- Pieter Aerts-$593,838
- Wiktor Malinowski-$463,763
- Leon Sturm-$362,179
- Thomas Muehloecker-$282,847
- Niklas Astedt-$220,892
- Mikita Badziakouski-$172,507
- Christopher Hunichen-$134,721
- Elior Sion-$105,212
Artur Martirosian Clinches the $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em Heads-up Championship’s First-Place Prize
The $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em tournament comprised 127 players, including Artur Martirosian, who won $424,698 and his maiden gold bracelet. He got the largest payout in his career after finishing second with almost $3.3 million at the WSOP $250,000 Buy-In High Roller tournament.
It increased his total poker event earnings to more than $12.7 million. The recent tournament comprised other talented players like Leon Sturm, Jonas Hagstrom, and Ding Biao.
The Largest Payouts
- Artur Martirosian-$424,698
- Petr Knopp-$242,684
- Heikki Piira-$121,342
- Leon Sturm-$121,342
- Jonas Hagstrom-$75,839
- Biao Ding-$75,839
- Goran Mandic-$75,839
- Lingling Zeng-$75,839