Two more WSOP bracelet winners have been crowned on GG Poker while the $5,000 buy-in Main Event completes the fourth flight.
In Event #65, the $600 No Limit Hold’em Deepstack Championship, Dmytro “Too Bad” Bystrovzorov took down the $600 No Limit Hold’em Deepstack on Wednesday after nearly 15 hours of play. In winning the tournament, Bystrovzorov outlasted a field of 2,911 to take home a $227,906 first-place prize, beating Florian Gaugusch heads-up as well as notables such as Christopher Putz and Ivan Banic at the final table. Bystrovzorov also won a WSOP Europe Package with his victory and first gold bracelet.
Dmytro Bystrovzorov wins @WSOP Event 65: $600 Deepstack Championship for $227,906.02 plus an added WSOP Europe package, defeating Florian Gaugusch heads-up.
Gaugusch goes to bed with $172,493.06 for their runner-up result. /KM pic.twitter.com/nPOYzEjnAh
— GGPoker – HOME OF WSOP 2020 ONLINE BRACELET SERIES (@GGPokerOfficial) August 19, 2020
On Wednesday, Toby “shinerrr” Joyce was victorious in the $800 Pot Limit Omaha to win his first WSOP bracelet, a first-place prize of $139,453 and a WSOP Europe package. Joyce, who has had 24 career WSOP cashes, defeated Mark Herm heads-up and outlasted 1,281 entries over the course of 12 and a half hours. Chris Moorman, Ryan Riesee and Brian Rast were among the notable players cashing in the tournament.
The end result of @WSOP Event 66: $800 Pot-Limit Omaha goes to Toby Joyce, winning the big hands heads-up against Mark Herm to win the bracelet, an added WSOP Europe package and $$139,452.91
Herm manages to collect $109,908.88 for falling just short of the bracelet /KM pic.twitter.com/DoRFSsUyn1
— GGPoker – HOME OF WSOP 2020 ONLINE BRACELET SERIES (@GGPokerOfficial) August 20, 2020
Meanwhile, the $5k No Limit Hold’em Main Event continued on Wednesday with 7 players advancing to Day 2, which is set for August 30th. Around 150 players have made Day 2 after the first four flights.
Up next on the 2020 WSOP Online schedule
With 66 events in the books, just under 20 events remain on the schedule. Tomorrow is an off day for new WSOP events but not before the $500 Limit Hold’em gets underway, followed by the $500 DeepStack No Limit Hold’em on Saturday at 5 AM and the $1,500 Marathon at 5 AM on Sunday, two events targeted to players in the Asian time zone. These events will be followed up by arguably one of the biggest events on the schedule, the $25,000 No Limit Hold’em Players Championship set to begin at 11 AM on Sunday.
The day will conclude with another flight of the Big 50, starting at 11:30 AM, which is complete with a $1 million guaranteed prize pool.
Poker fans can continue to keep up with the action for the $500 Limit Hold’em as well as this weekend’s tournaments via live updates from WSOP.com
If you haven’t been playing close attention to the World Series of Poker over the last week, be sure to check out some of the other latest winners. Week 8 of the WSOP 2020 Online Weekly Recap Show breaks down some of the highlights of the past week: