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Can Filatov Bag a Second WCOOP Title of 2021?

WCOOP 2021 Daily Report

It was a busy night for Anatoly "NL_Profit" Filatov who not only finished third in the Super MILLION$ over on GGPoker, but also holds the chip lead with just 22 players remaining in WCOOP 71-H: $2,100 NLHE.

Last month he won WCOOP 06-H for $97,851 and will be looking to secure a $134,908 first prize when play resumes. He's joined in Day 2 by several others including PokerStars Ambassador Lex Veldhuis and Gavin "gavz101" Cochrane.

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Anatoly "NL_Profit" Filatov 2021 Leads Final 16 in WCOOP 71-H: $2,100 NLHE

After nearly five hours in this year's Pokerstars World Championship of Online Poker high-stakes contest, just two full tables remain in the hunt for the WCOOP 71-H: $2,100 NLHE [8-Max, Freezeout, Mini Super Tuesday SE] title. Each player has already guaranteed a payday of at least $7,103, with the winner taking home $134,908. The 369 entries into the tournament have generated a prize pool totalling $738,000.

GG Poker Pro Anatoly "NL_Profit" Filatov leads the pack of those who have made it to Day 2. Filatov will start the day in a very comfortable position, having over 60 more big blinds than his closest opponent. Pokerstars Ambassador Lex Veldhuis was one of the survivors who made it to Day 2 and is in contention to claim his first WCOOP title and six-figure score.

WCOOP 71-H: $2,100 NLHE [8-Max, Freezeout, Mini Super Tuesday SE], $650K Gtd

PostionPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Anatoly "NL_Profit" FilatovEstonia8,098,199162
2Rodrigo "SELOUAN1991" SelouanBrazil4,923,15298
3Gavin "gavz101" CochraneUnited Kingdom3,923,77678
4GbisbackArgentina3,227,54465
5Andrey "Anjeyyy" NovakUkraine3,155,63663
6Will "hellzito" ArrudaBrazil2,534,70651
7K9648714Germany1,537,24231
8Lex VeldhuisNetherlands1,461,77229
9DingeBrinkerEstonia1,426,25228
10gnetarenSweden1,273,32425

Who Will Win WCOOP 71-H

Eduardo "Eduardo850" Silva Wins WCOOP-63-M: $1,050 NLHE [8-Max, Progressive KO] for $224,375

The World Championship of Online Poker just added another champion after just six hours of play during the final day of WCOOP-63-M: $1,050 NLHE [8-Max, Progressive KO]. The 1,930 entry field saw just 16 return for the final day, with Eduardo "Eduardo850" Silva reigning supreme, taking down a WCOOP title and $224,375 .

Silva started the final table third in chips and quickly doubled, before sending two players to the rail to take a commanding chip lead. Three-handed, Silva battled with "baaaaddyyyy" before sending them to the rail, retaining his chip lead into heads-up.

Guilherme "Guizãoo_" Carmo was at a large deficit to begin but managed to take down a few pots quickly to close the gap. However, Silva was too much for him, picking up aces to sending Carmo to the rail and securing victory in the process.

Final Table Results for WCOOP-63-M: $1,050 NLHE [8-Max, Progressive KO]

PlacePlayerCountryBounty PrizePrizeTotal Prize
1Eduardo "Eduardo850" SilvaBrazil$100,413$123,962$224,375
2Guilherme "Guizãoo_" CarmoBrazil$39,231$123,961$163,192
3baaaaddyyyyRussia$15,037$73,549$88,586
4biezpienelisLatvia$18,258$52,429$70,687
5Jorryt "TheCleaner11" van HoofNetherlands$21,580$37,373$58,953
6YacuTTiRussia$6,047$26,641$32,688
7Play4livinPeru$15,621$18,990$34,611
8Timothy "TruthBeTold7" RutherfordCanada$4,750$13,537$18,287
9Andrey "Lucky_Jew_17" ParugaevRussia$8,586$9,650$18,236

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2021 WCOOP Results From September 7

It was a case of double dutch for "Fisherman FV" from the Netherlands, who took down not one but two WCOOP titles in a single evening. They won WCOOP 68-M for $11,942 as well as WCOOP 72-M for $7,700.

WCOOP 63-L: $109 NLHE PKO [Sunday Million SE], $1.5M Gtd

Entries18,720
Prize Pool$1,872,000
WinnerBarchWarHead (Russia)
First-place Prize$110,875* (includes bounties and three-way deal)

WCOOP 67-L: $11 NLHE [Progressive KO], $175K Gtd

Entries22,966
Prize Pool$225,067
WinnerLystig (Norway)
First-place Prize$15,040 (includes bounties)

WCOOP 67-M: $109 NLHE [Progressive KO], $500K Gtd

Prize Pool$751,100
Winnertubatelevski (Bulgaria)
First-place Prize$65,353 (includes bounties)

WCOOP 67-H: $1,050 NLHE [8-Max, Progressive KO], $650K Gtd

Entries874
Prize Pool$874,000
WinnerElliot "elliotpet" Peterman (Costa Rica)
First-place Prize$127,000 (includes bounties)

WCOOP 68-L: $5.50 NLHE/PLO [6-Max], $20K Gtd

Entries4,410
Prize Pool$21,609
Winneranelka79 (Russia)
First-place Prize$3,086

WCOOP 68-M: $55 NLHE/PLO [6-Max], $50K Gtd

Entries1,571
Prize Pool$78,550
WinnerFisherman FV (Netherlands)
First-place Prize$11,942

WCOOP 68-H: $530 NLHE/PLO [6-Max], $100K Gtd

Entries322
Prize Pool$161,00
WinnerAndreas "mrAndreeew" Berggren
First-place Prize$30,166

WCOOP 69-L: $5.50 NLHE [7-Max], $50K Gtd

Entries11,674
Prize Pool$57,203
WinnerS.GabrielR (Brazil)
First-place Prize$7,464

WCOOP 69-M: $55 NLHE [7-Max], $150K Gtd

Entries5,098
Prize Pool$254,900
Winner2outerjames (Finland)
First-place Prize$27,232

WCOOP 69-H: $530 NLHE [7-Max], $250K Gtd

Entries779
Prize Pool$389,500
WinnerFutureofMe (Ireland)
First-place Prize$68,766

WCOOP 70-L: $5.50 PLO8 [6-Max], $15K Gtd

Entries4,150
Prize Pool$20,335
Winneromaha4lol's (Russia)
First-place Prize$2906

WCOOP 70-M: $55 PLO8 [6-Max], $50K Gtd

Entries1,358
Prize Pool$67,900
WinnerSupermassa1 (Finland)
First-place Prize$10,516

WCOOP 72-L: $11 Stud [8-Max], $15K Gtd

Entries1,108
Prize Pool$15,000
WinnerMulatin181 (Brazil)
First-place Prize$2,700

WCOOP 72-M: $109 Stud [8-Max], $40K Gtd

Entries329
Prize Pool$40,000
WinnerFisherman FV (Netherlands)
First-place Prize$7,700

In Play

Mike Watson

Big names are in pole position in several events, including Mike "SirWatts" Watson in WCOOP 70-H and Markku "markovitsus" Koplimaa in WCOOP 71-M.

WCOOP 70-H: $530 PLO8 [6-Max], $100K Gtd

Entries325
Prize Pool$162,500
Chip LeaderMike "SirWatts" Watson (Canada)
First-place Prize$30,447

WCOOP 71-L: $22 NLHE [8-Max, Freezeout], $125K Gtd

Entries7,320
Prize Pool$146,400
Chip LeaderAISWARIARAI (Moldova)
First-place Prize$20,795

WCOOP 71-M: $215 NLHE [8-Max, Freezeout, Mini Super Tuesday SE], $300K Gtd

Entries1,923
Prize Pool$384,600
Chip LeaderMarkku "markovitsus" Koplimaa (Estonia)
First-place Prize$57,756

WCOOP 72-H: $1,050 Stud [8-Max], $75K Gtd

Entries71
Prize Pool$75,000
Chip Leadermistere3 (Canada)
First-place Prize$20,438

WCOOP 73-L: $11 NLHE [6-Max, Progressive KO, Freezeout], $100k Gtd

Entries9,148
Prize Pool$100,000
Chip LeadermoonlightJJ (Austria)
First-place Prize$6,492 + bounties

WCOOP 73-M: $109 NLHE [6-Max, Progressive KO, Freezeout], $300k Gtd

Entries3,231
Prize Pool$323,100
Chip LeaderVavan76 (Russia)
First-place Prize$19,746 + bounties

WCOOP 73-H: $1,050 NLHE [6-Max, Progressive KO, Freezeout], $400k Gtd

Entries629
Prize Pool$629,000
Chip Leadertonn22 (Netherlands)
First-place Prize$46,248 + bounties

2021 WCOOP Events Scheduled on September 8

DateTimeEvent
Wed, 08 Sept12:05WCOOP 74-L: $5.50 NL 6+ Holdem [6-Max], $15K Gtd
Wed, 08 Sept12:05WCOOP 74-M: $55 NL 6+ Holdem [6-Max], $20K Gtd
Wed, 08 Sept12:05WCOOP 74-H: $530 NL 6+ Holdem [6-Max], $40K Gtd
Wed, 08 Sept13:05WCCOP 75-L: $55 NLHE [8-Max, Midweek Freeze], $200K Gtd
Wed, 08 Sept13:05WCCOP 75-M: $530 NLHE [8-Max, Midweek Freeze], $350K Gtd
Wed, 08 Sept13:05WCCOP 75-H: $5,200 NLHE [8-Max, Midweek Freeze], $400K Gtd
Wed, 08 Sept14:15WCOOP 76-L: $22 5-Card NLO8 [6-Max], $35K Gtd
Wed, 08 Sept14:15WCOOP 76-M: $215 5-Card NLO8 [6-Max], $85K Gtd
Wed, 08 Sept14:15WCOOP 76-H: $2,100 5-Card NLO8 [6-Max], $175K Gtd
Wed, 08 Sept15:30WCOOP 77-L: $11 NLHE [4-Max, Turbo], $50K Gtd
Wed, 08 Sept15:30WCOOP 77-M: $109 NLHE [4-Max, Turbo], $175K Gtd
Wed, 08 Sept15:30WCOOP 77-L: $1,050 NLHE [4-Max, Turbo], $200K Gtd
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