Jefferey "ReadyGambo" Jenkins shoved the button for 2,448,564 and Pascal "BuddaBarro" Bose called from the big blind. Bose has a suited king-jack against the same-suited queen-deuce of Jenkins, and while Jenkins turned a gutshot, they couldn't get there.
Now through the first part of September, the WSOP Online will be exclusively on GGPoker, so whether you're playing on the client for the first time or you're a seasoned online pro, we thought we'd bring you five things you didn't know about the WSOP Online on GGPoker.
1. STAKING on DAY 2:
Poker fans and players can now buy a piece of their favourite player's action or sell their own should they survive Day 1 of phased tournaments.
2. Convert Multiple Event Tickets into T$
After the series has finished, your unused tickets will be exchanged for T$ that you can use to enter any tournament on GGPoker
3. Pick Your Own WSOP Event
When the WSOP Online schedule on GGPoker was announced, the poker community was intrigued to see a new type of bracelet event announced! Three 'People's Choice' events were announced, with the formats and buy-ins yet to be announced.
4. Best Stack Forward
Any player that makes it to the end of a Day 1 with a stack is allowed to take part in additional Day 1s if they want to, providing they have not exceeded the maximum number of re-entries.
However, if a player finishes multiple Day 1s with chips, only the highest chip stack will go to Day 2.
5. Take Advantage of Bubble Protection
GGPoker's popular Bubble Protection is available throughout the WSOP Online. It's available for all non-phase events with buy-ins less than $999. This means that if you register before the start of play and go on to bubble the tournament, you'll receive your buy-in back.
They got it in on the turn of a board after a limp-check preflop and a check-call for 200K by "Moustachio" on the flop. "Moustachio" had top pair with ace-ten, but the three-nine of "Toryk Makto" had trips.
"Toryk Makto" raised early to 400K, and both Yehuan "Mao TT" Feng and "whattfboys" called from the blinds. The flop was and it checked to "Toryk Makto" who bet 300K. Only "whattfboys" called to the turn, which they both checked. "Toryk Makto" folded to the 651,750 bet on the river.