The 2021 World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) progresses onto its second day at PokerStars with many big events highlighted by the final table of the $1 million guaranteed WCOOP-04-H: $5,200 NLHE High Roller.
The tournament attracted exactly 200 entrants on Day 1 to meet its lofty guarantee and after nearly 8 1/2 hours of play, there were just nine players remaining with Pedro "pvigar" Garagnani entering the final table of nine remaining hopefuls as the table captain.
Garagnani is no stranger to WCOOP success as today he will be after his second WCOOP title as he previously shipping the WCOOP-76-L NLHE 6-Max PKO Turbo in 2017 for $45,980.
Meanwhile, Diego "Die Ventura" Ventura, Christian "WATnlos" Rudolph, Michel "FreeLancerZZ" Dattani, and Dinesh "NastyMinder" Alt all advanced to the final table with above average stacks with Samuel "€urop€an" Vousden, Sam "Str8$$$Homey" Greenwood, Pascal "Päffchen" Hartmann, and David "dpeters17" Peters, all advancing with shorter stacks.
2021 WCOOP-04-H: $5,200 NLHE High Roller Final Table Chip Counts
|1||Pedro "pvigar" Garagnani||10,329,673||86|
|2||Diego "Die Ventura" Ventura||7,896,514||66|
|3||Christian "WATnlos" Rudolph||7,357,216||61|
|4||Michel "FreeLancerZZ" Dattani||6,394,828||53|
|5||Dinesh "NastyMinder" Alt||5,959,377||50|
|6||Samuel "€urop€an" Vousden||3,737,401||31|
|7||Sam "Str8$$$Homey" Greenwood||3,707,552||31|
|8||Pascal "Päffchen" Hartmann||2,397,479||20|
|9||David "dpeters17" Peters||2,219,960||18|
Final Table Schedule
The final table will kick off on Monday, Aug. 23 at 5:05 p.m. GMT. PokerStars will be streaming the final table with hole cards exposed on a 30-minute delay. PokerNews will report on the same delay as to not reveal any spoilers.
The blinds will resume with the remainder of Level 24 (60,000/120,000/15,000a) and increase every 30 minutes until a winner is crowned.
Final Table Payouts
The nine returning players are each slated to receive at least a $20,554 payout with the winner set to add $195,690 to their PokerStars balance.
Stay tuned at PokerNews to see who will win the WCOOP-04-H: $5,200 NLHE High Roller at PokerStars.