2020 GGPoker WSOP Online Bracelet Events

Event #84: $100 WSOP MILLION$ [Final Day], $2M GTD
Dias: 1

Alexander "Kobbajun" Kobbeltvedt Wins WSOP Online Event #84: $100 WSOP MILLION$ ($296,403)

Nível 38 : 2,000,000-4,000,000, 500,000 ante
E84 Winner's Screen
E84 Winner's Screen

After about 11 hours of play, Norway's Alexander "Kobbajun" Kobbeltvedt has won his first bracelet, along with almost $300,000 and a package to World Series of Poker Europe. A total of 4,303 players came back with a seat in Day 2, and Kobbeltvedt outlasted them all for the biggest win of his career.

His previous best score was a win in 2018 at the DeepStack Championship Poker Series for more than $30,000, and he had two cashes at the live World Series of Poker that year as well, where he banked more than $9,000 with cashes in Event #72 and Event #69. This is his second score in this year's GGpoker World Series of Poker Online after making $3,320 for 19th place in the $400 Pot Limit Omaha (Event #51).

The Final Table

1Alexander "Kobbajun" KobbeltvedtNorway$296,403
2Kostiantyn "vksOk" VovhcenkoUkraine$203,081
3Anshuman "AnshuD" DashGermany$139,151
4Anthony "8MasterBall8" CheungCanada$95,346
5Beka "imperator-bm" MukhiguliTurkey$65,331
6Edvinas "gerasarklys" JankaitisAustria$44,764
7Renato "sakag4mble" SakamotoBrazil$30,672
8Kim "hukdosa" JaehyukChina$21,016
9Alexandre "SexyBaldGuy" MantovaniBrazil$14,400

The Day's Action

When all the Day 1 flights were finished, a total of 34,787 entries were recorded for Event #84: $100 WSOP MILLION$ [Final Day], $2M GTD, and of those, 4,303 players found a virtual bag at the end of a Day 1. American Ian "potamophobia" Matakis brought the biggest stack into Day 2 when action got going at 2:30 p.m. Eastern time.

There was more than $3.2 million in prizes to be won, split between 3,600 of the returning players, but it didn't take very long at all to get into the money. When play got underway, it took less than an hour before they were in the money, and it went so fast they couldn't go hand for hand. It didn't slow down once they were in the money, and within 90 minutes of the start of play, there were fewer than 2,000 left in the game.

A couple of hours later it was down to 450 players, and they kept dropping. As they played down to the final 200, start of day chip leader Matakis dropped in 318th place for $1,137, while Scottish phenom Niall Farrell made a run for the bracelet, taking the chip lead for awhile. While he wasn't able to win the bracelet, he ended up getting down to the final five tables but falling in 35th place for $4,128.

It didn't slow down until they got to the final table. It took about eight hours to make it to the final table, with Canada's Christine "Yunaa" Do bubbling the final table when she got ace-ten in against jacks, but things slowed considerably then. It took 30 minutes before Alexandre "SexyBaldGuy" Mantovani exited the final table in 9th with Kim "hukdosa" Jaehyuk, Renato "sakag4mble" Sakamoto, and Edvinas "gerasarklys" Jankaitis falling shortly after.

Beka "imperator-bm" Mukhiguli went out about half an hour later, getting ace-king in against Kobbeltvedt but seeing his opponent's ten-seven get there. Canadian Anthony "8MasterBall8" Cheung fell a few minutes later, followed by Anshuman "AnshuD" Dash, setting up a wild heads up battle.

Kobbeltvedt started the heads up with a big lead, but Kostiantyn "vksOk" Vovhcenko roared back with a series of doubles culminating in a hand where Vovhcenko got nines in against king-queen and held to take the lead. He had a chance to win it all shortly thereafter when he got ace-three in against nine-six, but Kobbeltvedt hit a straight to stay alive.

Kobbeltvedt went back into the lead after Vovhcenko folded a river for a huge pot, and the Norwegian took it down shortly thereafter when nine-seven won the race against threes. Vovhcenko had one other cash in this year's Online series, but this marks their biggest cash by far.