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Russia’s Aleksei Vandyshev came from behind in heads-up play to win Event #27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship of the 2021 GGPoker WSOP Online Bracelet Series. Vandyshev outlasted 4,092 entrants over 27 opening days and a Day 2 with 720 players to claim the coveted WSOP gold bracelet and $2,543,072. The 4,092 entrants fell just short of the $20,000,000 guaranteed prize pool and there was an overlay of $563,000.
Brazil’s Edson "CrownUpTsu" Tsutsumi Jr came into the final day with Vandyshev as first and second on the leaderboard and they were the last two standing to fight for the bracelet after an exciting final table.
Event #27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship Final Table Results
|1||Aleksei "Ha KoJleHu" Vandyshev||Russia||$2,543,073|
|2||Edson "CrownUpTsu" Tsutsumi Jr||Brazil||$1,907,035|
|3||Nikita "VSMPZD" Kuznetsov||Russia||$1,430,073|
|4||Christine "Yunaa" Do||Canada||$1,072,405|
|5||Joe "assisup4rent" Serock||United States||$804,191|
|6||Espen "COVFEFE-19" Jorstad||Norway||$603,058|
|7||Renan "legal" Meneguetti||Brazil||$452,229|
Final Table Action
Joe "assisup4rent" Serock accounted for a lot of the early action, eliminating Dimitrios Farmakoulis in ninth place on the first hand of the day. Serock played well in the early going but he ultimately fell in fifth place when his ace-king ran into Tsutsumi’s eights.
Tsutsumi was aggressive all day, knocking out Renan "legal" Meneguetti in eighth, Serock in fifth, Christine "Yunaa" Do in fourth and Nikita "VSMPZD" Kuznetsov in third. This was Do's fourth cash of the 2021 GGPoker series, and it was a second year in a row that the online main event's final table had a female qualifier after Wenling Gao took second place in 2020.
Tsutsumi entered heads-up play with the lead after coming into the day as chip leader, but ultimately it was Vandyshev who would emerge victorious. After a steady day of laddering up and staying near the top of the leaderboard while Tsutsumi took out the other opponents, Vandyshev fell behind in four-handed play before battling back to enter heads-up play at a disadvantage. He took control after a series of hands in the opening stages of heads-up play gave him the chip lead. The final hand came down to a battle of pocket pairs, with Vandyshev’s tens holding out against Tsutsumi’s sevens to win the tournament.
That wraps up PokerNews coverage of Event #27: $5,000 MAIN EVENT Online Championship on GGPoker. Be sure to tune in for the rest of the weekend as the series wraps up with Event #31: ¥815 WSOP Zodiac Autumn Festival, Event #32: $210 WSOP Bounty Double MILLION$, and Event #33: $500 The Closer.
Edson "CrownUpTsu" Tsutsumi Jr raised to 5,250,000 from the button and Aleksei "Ha KoJleHu" Vandyshev three-bet to 24,907,000. Tsutsumi four-bet shoved and Vandyshev made the call to go for the win.
Edson "CrownUpTsu" Tsutsumi Jr:
Aleksei "Ha KoJleHu" Vandyshev:
The board ran out and the tens held to give Vandyshev the WSOP gold bracelet.
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Aleksei "Ha KoJleHu" Vandyshev opened for 4,000,000 from the button and Edson "CrownUpTsu" Tsutsumi Jr made the call. The flop was .
Tsutsumi made the check-call after Vandyshev bet 2,465,000.
The turn was and Tsutsumi bet 4,431,900. Vandyshev three-bet to 14,241,172 and Tsutsumi made the fold.
Edson "CrownUpTsu" Tsutsumi Jr raised to 4,200,000 and Aleksei "Ha KoJleHu" Vandyshev made the call. The flop was .
Vandyshev checked and Tsutsumi bet 2,225,000. Vandyshev made the check-call.
The turn was and both players checked. The river was .
Vandyshev fired 13,614,500 on the river and Tsutsumi tanked before making the call. Vandyshev showed to beat the of Tsutsumi.
Aleksei "Ha KoJleHu" Vandyshev raised from the button to 4,000,000 and Edson "CrownUpTsu" Tsutsumi Jr three-bet to 16,000,000. Vandyshev four-bet shoved and Tsutsumi made a quick fold.
Aleksei "Ha KoJleHu" Vandyshev opened for 4,000,000 on the button and Edson "CrownUpTsu" Tsutsumi Jr made the call.
The flop was and both players checked. The turn was .
Tsutsumi bet 7,000,000 on the turn and Vandyshev made the call.
The river was and Tsutsumi fired 28,000,000. After tanking for a short time, Vandyshev made the call and showed for two pair. Tsutsumi turned over for a better two pair to open up a chip lead.
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The final two players are now on a five-minute break.