Stasiak Shines with Second Bracelet in WSOP 2020 Online

Stasiak Shines with Second Bracelet in WSOP 2020 Online

The international portion of the 2020 World Series of Poker is well underway, just completing its third week of action. The WSOP 2020 Online has awarded more than 50 gold bracelets thus far, but a couple dozen opportunities remain on the schedule. Bracelet-awarding tournaments run through the first week of September on GGPoker and its sister sites.

To catch up to this point, these links should do it:

End of 31-event series on in US market

WSOP Events 32-40 on GGPoker

WSOP Events 41-47 on GGPoker

As usual, PokerNews has the full tournament coverage, including live reporting on 2020 WSOP final tables, payouts, and information on the winners when possible. The schedule of events they cover is here on this PokerNews page.

Starting with Event 48, let’s get to the latest results through Sunday, August 9.

GG Event 47: $1K NLHE Short Deck

The popularity of Short Deck over the years shows with more bracelets in that variation each year. This year, it was on the Asia-friendly time schedule, and that worked for the winner, who hails from Malaysia.

Buy-in: $1K

Total entries: 487

Prize pool: $462,560

Paid players: 71

Minimum payout: $2,152

Winner:  Paul Teoh (Malaysia) $82,202

2nd place:  Michelle Shah (US) $60,254

3rd place:  Mike Watson (Canada) $44,166

4th place:  Andrei Konopelko (Belarus) $32,373

5th place:  Joseph Orsino (US) $23,730

6th place:  Jose Luis Maslhia (Argentina) $17,394

7th place:  Mykhailo Krasnytskyi (Ukraine) $12,750

8th place:  Boon Heng Siong (Singapore) $9,345

9th place:  Shota Nakanishi (Japan) $6,850

GG Event 48: $1,500 NLHE Millionaire Maker

This tournament has become one of the most popular at the WSOP in Las Vegas each year, and players flocked to it online as well. The event guaranteed $5 million in the prize pool and $1 million to the winner, but the actual numbers went far beyond that. And in the end, a player long thought to have deserved a WSOP gold bracelet won one.

Buy-in: $1,500

Total entries: 6,299

Prize pool: $8,976,075 (well past $5M GTD)

Paid players: 764

Minimum payout: $2,115

Winner:  Daniel Dvoress (Canada) $1,489,289

2nd place:  Caio de Almeida (Brazil) $1,072,428

3rd place:  Anatoly Filatov (Russia) $772,251

4th place:  Michael Nugent (Canada) $556,095

5th place:  Alejandro Caridad (Argentina) $400,412

6th place:  Neville Endo Costa (Brazil) $288,356

7th place:  Ronny Kaiser (Switzerland) $207,644

8th place:  Tomasz Cybulski (Poland) $149,523

9th place:  Aneris Adomkevicius (Lithuania) $107,671

GG Event 49: $500 NLHE Turbo Deepstack  

A turbo with deep stacks on a Sunday night was just what the players ordered, and a Lithuanian captured his first bracelet in approximately six hours of play.

Buy-in: $500

Total entries: 2,978

Prize pool: $1,414,550

Paid players: 368

Minimum payout: $1,213

Winner:  Vladas “apuokos” Burneikis (Lithuania) $192,523

2nd place:  Pierre Merlin (France) $147,052

3rd place:  Boris Kolev (Bulgaria) $105,732

4th place:  Brendan Sheehan (Ireland) $76,022

5th place:  Jeff Cormier (Canada) $54,660

6th place:  Ezequiel Waigel (Argentina) $39,031

7th place:  Zhewen Hu (China) $28,258

8th place:  Guillaume Nolet (Canada) $20,317

9th place:  Jimmy Guerrero (France) $14,608

GG Event 50: $2,100 NLHE Bounty Championship

Players love bounty tournaments. Some specialize in collecting bounties, as did this winner who took in nearly as much in bounties as in his cash prize.

Buy-in: $2,100

Total players:  1,168

Prize pool:  $2,336,000

Paid players: 170

Minimum payout: $2,258

Winner:  Enrico “GTOExploiter” Camosci (Italy) $327,319 ($184,579 cash, $142,740 bounties)

2nd place:  Omer Ozsirkintis (Turkey) $182,564

3rd place:  Aki Virtanen (Finland) $144,249

4th place:  Alexander Fitasov (Russia) $77,293

5th place:  Murilo Figueredo (Brazil) $69,849

6th place:  Renato Valentim (Brazil) $44,463

7th place:  Connor Drinan (US) $44,312

8th place:  Dominik Panka (Poland) $37,378

9th place:  Damian Salas (Argentina) $36,527

GG Event 51: $400 PLO

This one was a straight-up, low buy-in, great game of Omaha. And the man who won has played a long time in his father’s footsteps and now has a PLO bracelet to match his father’s.

Buy-in: $400

Total entries:  2,005

Prize pool: $753,880

Paid players: 278

Minimum payout: $876

Winner:  Eoghan “DrRoche” O’Dea (Ireland) $100,945

2nd place:  Nital Jethalal (Canada) $81,963

3rd place:  Robert Le Roux (South Africa) $59,480

4th place:  Benjamin Voreland (Norway) $43,165

5th place:  Jarred Solomon (South Africa) $31,325

6th place:  Chi Chung Ho (Hong Kong) $22,732

7th place:  Ruslan Nazarenko (Ukraine) $16,497

8th place:  Lorenzo Bazei (Brazil) $11,972

9th place:  Daniel Juncadella (Spain) $8,688

GG Event 52: $1K NLHE

What seemed like a regular ol’ No Limit Hold’em event turned into a historic one, as the winner became the first in this 2020 WSOP Online to win two gold bracelets.

Buy-in: $1K

Total entries:  2,006

Prize pool: $1,906,700

Paid players: 278

Minimum payout: $2,214

Winner:  Alek “astazz” Stasiak (Canada) $273,505

2nd place:  Kunal Bhatia (India) $207,190

3rd place:  Dejan Kaladjurdjevic (Montenegro) $150,358

4th place:  Denis Peganov (Latvia) $109,114

5th place:  Vincas Tamasauskas (Lithuania) $79,184

6th place:  Thomas Hueber (Austria) $57,464

7th place:  Jesse Mercado (Canada) $41,701

8th place:  Jimmy Guerrero (France) $30,263

9th place:  Federico Molina (Argentina) $21,962

GG Event 53: $800 PLO Double Stack

The first tournament last weekend set for players in the Asia-Pacific time zone gave deeper stacks to PLO fans. And a US player ended up winning his first gold in this one.

Buy-in: $800

Total entries:  4831

Prize pool: $631,560

Paid players: 116

Minimum payout: $1,795

Winner:  Frank “Sbma2016” Crivello (US) $94,253

2nd place:  Craig Timmis (UK) $77,883

3rd place:  Julijan Rados (Croatia) $57,088

4th place:  Yonathan Journo (Albania) $41,485

5th place:  Tszfai Tong (Hong Kong) $30,672

6th place:  Jin Li (Hong Kong) $22,483

7th place:  Markus Cara (Canada) $16,480

8th place:  Ajay Chabra (Canada) $12,080

9th place:  Pulkit Goyal (India) $8,854

Much More Still on the Schedule

The $10K NLHE Heads-Up Championship whittled its way down from 128 players to just four: David Peters, Michael Zhang, Alyssa MacDonald, and Michael Addamo. They return next Saturday to play for the win. Everything else is lined up for the week ahead as follows:

Event 54 on August 8: $10K NLHE Heads-Up Championship (freezeout, no late reg, 128-player cap)

Event 55 on August 9: HK$8K NLHE Asia Championship (final day, 1 reentry/flight, HK$8M GTD)

Event 56 on August 9: $1,500 NLHE GGMasters High Roller WSOP Edition (freezeout, $2.5M GTD)

Event 57 on August 9: $150 NLHE GGMasters WSOP Edition (freezeout, $1M GTD)

Event 58 on August 11 / 14:00 ET: $5K NLHE 6-Handed Championship

Event 59 on August 12 / 14:00 ET: $2,500 NLHE Double Stack

Event 60 on August 13 / 14:00 ET: $525 NLHE Bounty 6-Handed

Event 61 on August 15 / 8:00 ET: $300 NLHE Monster Stack 6-Handed (Asia time zone)

Event 62 on August 16 / 14:00 ET: $1,500 PLO

Event 63 on August 16 / 14:30 ET: $500 NLHE Mini Main Event (final day, 1 reentry/flight, $5M GTD)

Event 64 on August 16 / 16:00 ET: $840 NLHE Super Turbo Bounty

About Jennifer Newell

Jennifer began writing about poker while working at the World Poker Tour in the mid-2000s. Since then, her freelance writing career has taken her from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and back to her hometown of St. Louis, where she now lives with her two dogs. She continues to follow the poker world as she also launches a new subscription box company and finishes her first novel. Jennifer has written for numerous publications including and has followed the US poker and gaming market closely for the last 15 years. Follow Jen on Twitter

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