Former WPT Champ Christopher Frank Reels in $323K GGOC Score

Former WPT Champ Christopher Frank Reels in $323K GGOC Score

Christopher Frank

Christopher Frank saw a enormous $323,252 land in his GGPoker account right after he became the champion of the $10,300 Thursday Thriller Bounty event. Former Globe Poker Tour Vienna champion Frank saw his $101,280 prize topped up by $221,972 from the bounty prize pool soon after he came out on prime of a 135-robust field.

Frank’s prize equated for practically a quarter of the $1,350,000 prize pool, and he reeled the prize in following defeating Brazil’s “morgata” heads-up. Ahead of the heads-up battle, Frank had to navigate his way by way of some very hard opponents.

Mikalai Vaskaboinikau was the initial finalists who busted. “Spirou06,” Chunlei Zhou, Nike Mihao, and Pedro Padilha fell by the wayside, leaving only 4 players in the hunt for the title.

Those 4 became three when Dimitar Danchev ran out of steam. Danchev’s reward was a $66,850 payout from the principal prize pool plus an incredible $83,125 worth of bounties. Only the eventual champion won locked in more bounty payments, and nobody else won far more than $30,625!

David Miscikowski saw his tournament finish in third spot for a combined prize worth $97,881. This left Frank heads-up against morgata, and Frank brushed aside his final opponent to bag a monster-sized prize.

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$10,300 Thursday Thriller Bounty Final Table Results

Spot Player Country Bounties Prie Total prize
1 Christopher Frank Austria $221,972 $101,280 $323,252
2 morgata Brazil $18,125 $101,144 $119,269
3 David Miscikowski Mexico $15,625 $82,256 $97,881
4 Dimitar Danchev Russia $83,125 $66,850 $149,975
five Pedro Padilha Brazil $20,097 $54,331 $74,428
six Nike Mihao Belarus $13,750 $44,155 $57,905
7 Chunlei Zhou Hong Kong $7,695 $35,885 $43,580
eight Spirou06 Andorra $30,625 $29,164 $59,789
9 Mikalai Vaskaboinikau Luxembourg $26,875 $23,702 $50,577

Yurasov and Martirosian Chop the $10,300 Super Tuesday

Dmitry Yurasov
Dmitry Yurasov

It was not only Frank padding his bankroll with a substantial six-figure score since Dmitry Yurasov and Artur Martirosian chopped the $ten,300 Super Tuesday and took home prizes weighing in at $32,459 and $263,367 respectively.

Some 122 players bought in and developed a $1,220,000 prize pool. Such luminaries as Samuel Vousden, Mikalai Vaskaboinikau, Rodrigo Sirichuk, Andrey Pateychuk, and Bruno Volkmann reached the fiercely-fought final table but fell quick of the victory.

Yakov “YaNesterov” Nesterov got his hands on the event’s first six-figure score, namely $121,510. Francisco Benitez fell in third for $160,981, leaving the talented duo of Martirosian and Yurasov heads-up. They struck a deal to lessen the pay jumps, just before Yurasov came from behind to become the tournament’s champion.

$10,300 Super Tuesday Final Table Benefits

Spot Player Nation Prize
1 Dmitry Yurasov Belarus $232,459*
two Artur Martirosian Russia $263,367*
three Francisco Benitez Uruguay $160,981
4 Yakov “YaNesterov” Nesterov Russia $121,510
5 Bruno Volkmann Brazil $91,717
6 Andrey Pateychuk Belarus $69,229
7 Rodrigo Sirichuk Brazil $52,255
8 Mikalai Vaskaboinikau Luxembourg $39,442
9 Samuel Vousden Finland $29,771

*reflects a heads-up deal

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Other Highlights From Recently Completed GGOC Events

Ronan Sweeney
Ronan Sweeney

Plenty of other GGPoker players won big in the course of the current batch of GGOC events, like Andrii Novak who helped himself to a $126,584 payday right after triumphing in the $5,250 Bounty Hunters Super High Roller.

Ireland’s Ronan “Kakonkote” Sweeney produced up for the disappointment of beginning the Super MILLION$ Principal Occasion as chip leader only to finish seventh, by winning the $1,050 Super Tuesday for $125,249.