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Event #18: The Closer $500K Gtd [Turbo]

Event Info

Buy-in $500
Prize Pool $1,142,375
Players 2,405



"lalalaaaa" Survives vs Big Stack


"lalalaaaa" survived an all in with a shortened stack against the big stack of "PuntSonPunt" when the turn paired their queen and gave them a slight amount of breathing space.

PuntSonPunt cz
cz 100,768 100,768
lalalaaaa IL
IL 14,462 14,462

Break Time


Players are now on a brief six-minute break.

"PapaChips" Rivers Opponent Out of Chips


One of the tournament big stacks "PapaChips" bet 960 on a flop 0f {5-Spades}{8-Spades}{j-Hearts}. Their opponent moved all in for 5,282.

"PapaChips" called and saw they needed help as their pair of eights with the {k-Hearts}{8-Diamonds} was behind the {q-Spades}{j-Clubs} of their opponent.

The turn was the {10-Hearts} but the river was the {k-Spades} to give "PapaChips" two-pair and the winning hand to move their stack into second place overall in the tournament.

PapaChips BR
BR 54,673

"Steve Manhattan" Takes Pot


The flop read {8-Spades}{7-Spades}{3-Diamonds} "Steve Manhattan" bet 872 over to their opponent who called.

The turn was the {10-Spades}. Both players checked it.

The river was the {a-Spades} to put four to a flush on the board. "Steve Manhattan" bet 2,341 and after a few seconds got a call. They revealed the {q-Spades}{7-Clubs} which was the winning hand.

Steve Manhattan BR
Steve Manhattan
BR 33,444 33,444

"godlikeson" Amassing Chips Quickly


"godlikeson" was spotted with stack already four times the starting one as they saw a flop of {q-Hearts}{9-Clubs}{2-Spades}. They bet 1,212 over to their opponent who quickly got out of the way to give the Brazilian another nice pot to start the day.

godlikeson BR
BR 43,289

WSOPC Ring Event 18: The Closer $500K GTD (Turbo) Set to Close Out GGPoker Series


It is time for the final event of the ggpoker WSOPC online series with WSOPC Ring Event #18: The Closer $500K GTD (Turbo).

This tournament gets rolling at 6 p.m. eastern standard time and will use an accelerated turbo format. That means that levels will only be eight minutes in length and players will receive a starting stack of 10,000 chips for a buy-in of $500.

Late registration is open for tree hours and five minutes, meaning that the doors will close on entry around 9:05 p.m. eastern standard time.

PokerNews will provide updates as play will go all the way down to the winner, as the final WSOPC ring winner will be determined.