The 2020 WPT Online Series is preparing to payout its biggest prize yet thanks to the WPT500 the final nine players. A massive $371,321 stands to be won, but who will get their hands on this life-changing prize?

WPT #03 – WPT500: $2M Gtd

The massive 4,828-strong field in the WPT500 has been reduced to a more manageable nine players and Walter Treccarich is the man to catch when the tournament resumes at 21:00 CET on May 12.

Treccarich has 18,966,747 chips when play restarts, which puts him narrowly ahead of Fabio Sperling who returns with 18,702,704 chips.

Each of those nine returnees is guaranteed to walk away with at least $17,960 for their efforts. Anyone who reaches the eight-handed final table locks up $23,174. The biggest prizes, however, are reserved for the top four finishers.

They all secure a six-figure prize, with the champion bragging rights along with a massive $371,321. We can’t wait to discover who that champion is.

Place Player Country Chips
1 Walter Treccarich Malta 18,966,747
2 Fabio Sperling United Kingdom 18,702,704
3 Philipp Dietrich Germany 18,212,576
4 Christopher Putz Austria 13,082,130
5 Markus Prinz Austria 12,825,148
6 Arutyun Saakyan Russia 5,046,239
7 Fabrizio Gonzalez Mexico 3,611,032
8 Giuseppe Vassallo Germany 2,784,224
9 Daan Mulders Netherlands 2,706,152

WPT #22 – PLO High Roller: $1M Gtd

Another massive tournament concludes on May 12, the WPT #22 – PLO High Roller: $1M Gtd. Some 120-players paid $10,300 for the chance to win this event and Marcello Marigiliano is the man who leads the final six back into battle.

Should Marigiliano come out on top, it will have been no mean feat because the final six is ridiculously stacked.

Gavin Cochrane is there. You may know him better by his online moniker “gavz101”. Andras Nemeth has reached yet another final table, while Jens “Jeans89” Kyllonen is also present and correct.

Andrew Pantling certainly isn’t there to make up the numbers and will be a major contender to the title Marigiliano has one hand on. Veselin Karakitkov will also have a major role to play in where the title ends up.

$302,287 is the top prize in this event, which player do you think will bag themselves this sum?

Place Player Country Chips
1 Marcello Marigiliano United Kingdom 859,944
2 Veselin Karakitukov Bulgaria 682,052
3 Andrew Pantling Canada 629,153
4 Jens Kyllonen Finland 621,225
5 Andras Nemeth Hungary 518,523
6 Gavin Cochrane United Kingdom 289,103

WPT #23 – Pot Limit Omaha: $300K Gtd

Patrik Antonius is in the hunt for a WPT Online Series title

Day 2 of the WPT #23 – Pot Limit Omaha: $300K Gtd is also going to be epic because there are some beasts of the poker world among the final 10. Some 168 players started but only a handful remain in the hunt for the $83,686 top prize.

Kristoffer Edberg is in pole position when the tournament resumes but he’s not going to have matters his own way.

Edberg has to contend with the likes of Carlo Van Ravenswoud, Farid Jattin and the legendary figure of Patrik Antonius. You’ll also see Joao Vieira has continued his purple patch with yet another deep run in a big buy-in event.

Place Player Country Chips
1 Kristoffer Edberg Sweden 1,018,550
2 Saku Nasmann Finland 768,909
3 Carlo Van Ravenswoud Malta 625,327
4 Farid Jattin Canada 504,095
5 Patrick Antonius Monaco 477,003
6 Arvi Vainionkulma Finland 465,580
7 Joao Vieira Netherlands 390,305
8 Benjamin Juhasz Hungary 312,947
9 Matthew Wood Canada 307,385
10 Maksim Shuts Belarus 142,889

Current WPT Online Series Leaderboard

Place Player Points
1 Rui Ferreira 369
2 Paul Hofer 243
3 Leo Fernandez 227
4 Charlie Carrel 224
5 Sam Greenwood 222
6 Norbet Szecsi 218
7 Zachary Clark 213
8 Julien Perouse 200
T9 Daniel Reijmer 194
T9 Ambrose Carr 194
T9 Kfir Ivgi 194

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