The WPT Online Series continued at partypoker on May 13 and saw another handful of champions crowned. It also saw dozens of partypoker players pad their bankrolls with impressive scores, including a brace of Hungarian pros in the $5,200 buy-in High Roller.
WPT #27 – High Roller: $1M Gtd [2-Day Event]
Some 202 players parted company with $5,200 in the latest High Roller, which ensured the $1 million guarantee was surpassed. Thirty-two places were paid and two members of Team partypoker made it into the money places.
Some of the other stars who cashed included Patrik Antonius, Ole Schemion, Mike Watson, and Manig Loeser.
Jans Arends was the final table’s first casualty. He was joined on the sidelines by Rob Lipkin, Alexander Ivarsson and superstar Nick Petrangelo.
Vicent Ramon crashed out in fourth-place for $78,780, the last score not to weigh in at six figures. Russian pro Artur Martirosian fell in third for $106,555 leaving Hungarian duo Bujtas Laszlo and Norbert Szecsi to lock horns heads-up.
The pair struck a deal that saw Laszlo bank $160,762 with Szecsi collecting $194,656 and the title of champion.
|4||Vicent Ramon||United Kingdom||$78,780|
|7||Rob Lipkin||Costa Rica||$31,310|
WPT #26 – Bounty Hunter: $500K Gtd [2-Day Event]
Giuseppe Iadisernia won more than $135,000 by taking down the $500K Gtd Bounty Hunter. His massive prize was made up of the $69,650 top prize plus an impressive $66,230 from the bounty prize pool.
Much of that bounty payment was on the head of runner-up Kasparas Klezys of Lithuania. He scooped $50,400 from the main pot plus $28,378 worth of bounty payments.
Plenty of other stars saw a return on their $2,650 investment. These included the UK’s Phil Mighall, Chad Eveslage, Ole Schemion, Pavel Plesuv, Luc Greenwood, Dario Sammartino, and Leo Fernandez.
|1||Giuseppe Iadisernia||United Kingdom||$69,650||$66,230|
|4||Phil Mighall||United Kingdom||$25,725||$14,140|
WPT #29 – High Roller: $1M Gtd [2-Day Event]
Another High Roller, one with a $10,300 buy-in, kicked off on May 13 and saw 115-entries processed. Those 115 are now only 11 with Finland’s Samuel Vousden leading them all back into battle from 20:00 CET on May 14.
Vousden returns with 850,373 chips, over 200,000 more than Wiktor Malinowski sits back down with. Others to look out for on Day 2 include Pascal Lefrancois, Nick Petrangelo, Mark Radoja, and the Russian sensation Artur Martirosian.
|7||Giuseppe Iadisernia||United Kingdom||190,049|
|9||Juan Pardo||United Kingdom||144,630|
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