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Astedt, Muhovic, Modder, and Li Make Final Four in the 2020 GGPoker WSOPC #13: $10,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold'em
After just over nine hours, the final four players in the 2020 GGPoker WSOPC #13: $10,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold'em have been finalized. The $1,000,000 guaranteed prize pool attracted 94 players and eight players would get a share of the prize pool.
The first player to claim their spot in the semi-finals was also the player with probably the biggest online reputation of the remaining players, Niklas Astedt. Astedt is probably the biggest winner in the MTT fields with over $21,000,000 in cashes.
Astedt has cashed 18 times in WSOP events excluding any online WSOP Circuit events as those aren't recorded on the WSOP site. His best result in the WSOP online events came when he finished as the runner-up behind Roberto Romanello in Event #39: $1,500 No Limit Hold'em [Asia Time Zone] for $156,905.
Battling Astedt on Saturday, January 9th will be Cooper Li from Malaysia who seems to be relatively unknown with his name not bringing up any poker results and when looking on GGPoker, he has collected $5,768 in tournament winnings. Li can count George Wolff and Dan Shak as some of his victims.
Over on the other side of the brackets, you can find Mirza Muhovic who was interviewed by PokerNews back in 2014 about his success in the cash game pool but has been running deep in the tournament fields over the past months.
He will be facing Ian Modder who has already collected his biggest cash in the WSOP tournaments or any live poker tournaments according to The Hendon Mob. But according to PokerCraft Modder has almost $500,000 in cashes on GGPoker alone so he will be familiar with the later stages of tournament play.
Routes to the Final Four
|Niklas Astedt||Cooper Li||Mirza Muhovic||Ian Modder|
|Round of 128||Bye||Fabian Spielmann||Anton Morgenstern||Mike Watson|
|Round of 64||Timothy Adams||Ioannis Droushiotis||Koray Turker||Ioannis Angelou-Konstas|
|Round of 32||Luke Reeves||Dan Shak||Fabrice Touil||Joakim Andersson|
|Round of 16||Guillaume Nolet||Gortikov Gortikov||Juan Vecino||Mateusz Wozniak|
|Round of 8||Wiktor Malinowski||George Wolff||Juan Pardo||Oliver Weis|
Wiktor Malinowski, Wolff, Juan Pardo, and Oliver Weis were the only ones to cash today for $62,188 as the top eight players got paid.
The four remaining players will be taking a break until Saturday, 6:30 p.m. GMT where they will continue the battle for the WSOP Circuit ring and the first-place prize of $348,250 while they have all already secured at least $99,500. Cards-up coverage with a security delay will be provided on the GGPoker.TV channel and PokerNews will be following along live with all the action right here.
Juan Pardo limped in on the button and Mirza Muhovic opted to check.
The flop came , Muhovic check-called the 1,600 bet of Pardo.
The turn was the , Muhovic checked again. Pardo bet 8,000 and Muhovic called after thinking about it for a bit.
The river completed the board with the , Muhovic checked for the last time. Pardo jammed for 27,813 and Muhovic called. Pardo tabled the for the bluff for Muhovic to go through to the semi-final with the for the straight.
Cooper Li limped in from the button and George Wolff opted to check.
The flop came , Wolff checked and Li bet 1,600. Wolff raised to 4,800. Li considered his options and reraised to 17,600. Wolff shoved for 79,716 which Li called.
Wolff had flopped top pair but Li had hit two pair.
The turn was the to not change things much and the completed the board with Li to hold and eliminate Wolff for a spot in the semi-finals.
Mirza Muhovic raised to 2,640 and Juan Pardo three-bet to 10,560 which Muhovic called.
The flop came , Pardo bet 5,280 and Muhovic called.
They both checked through the on the turn to the on the river. Pardo fired a bet of 9,504 over the line and Muhovic called. Pardo tabled the for Muhovic to claim the pot with the for two pair.
George Wolff raised to 2,400 from the button and Cooper Li opted to defend.
The flop came , Li check-called the 2,400 continuation-bet of Wolff.
They both checked through the on the turn to the on the river. Li bet 6,600 and Wolff called with the for two pair but Li held the for trips and the pot.
Ian Modder raised to 3,000 from the button and Oliver Weis three-bet to 12,000 which Modder called.
The flop came , Weis continued with a bet of 18,000 after taking some time and after doing the same Modder called.
The turn was the , Weis contemplated for a bit again and bet 18,000 which Modder called after contemplating it too.
The river completed the board with the and Weis tanked before shoving for 47,232 which Modder called. Weis tabled the fr two pair to see him bust as Modder held the for the flopped full house.
Juan Pardo raised to 2,760 and Mirza Muhovic made the call.
The flop came , Muhovic check-called the 3,644 continuation-bet of Pardo.
The turn was the , Muhovic bet 2,002 and Pardo called.
The river completed the board with the , Muhovic checked and Pardo bet 5,044. Muhovic called with the for two pair for Pardo to chip up with the for the higher two pair.
Ian Modder raised to 2,500 and Oliver Weis three-bet to 10,000 which Modder called.
The flop came , Weis continued with a bet of 5,200n which Modder called again.
They both checked through the on the turn to the on the river. Weis bet 8,032 and Modder called with the for for Weis to get back to almost even with the for the set.