Amazingly, Vezhenkov's bounty payment was more than he won for taking down the tournament.
PSMozak (Bulgaria) 70,710.30 ( 13,514.41 in bounties).
Not only had Vezhenkov stolen the chip lead with only three players left, he had eliminated arguably the best poker player at the table in Mateos.
Reraising all in from the big blind with K7, Jâmes was called by Vezhenhov with 55 and the lower pair held to send the tournament to heads-up between Vezhenkov and PSMozak, with Vezhenkov having a better than 2-to-1 chip lead to start.Find other ranked poker players on the, oPR Poker Leaderboards.Sleepnot (Latvia) 27,064.68 ( 3,937.50 in bounties).They'd circled back to veeea having about 40 million to PSMozak's just over 20 million when the latter min-raised from the button, Vezhenkov three-bet, PSMozak reraised back, Vezhenkov shoved and PSMozak called.Point scores in red count for the Sliding PLB.
Seat 8: Andreas "daskalos20" Christoforou (Cyprus) - 2,305,206.
Jâmes (Brazil) 51,340.05 ( 4,687.50 in bounties).
the next closest total for bounties for anyone being just over 16K.
Artem "veeea" Vezhenkov, a talented tournament player who has won two Sunday Millions and multiple Super Tuesday events at PokerStars.
The pair would battle for more than 45 minutes more, carrying Day 2 into its 13th hour of play.Congratulations to Artem "veeea" Vezhenkov who not only won the lion's share of the regular prize pool, but more than doubled his takeaway thanks to amassing such a huge collection of bounties.Rankings FAQ, date or P5's Username: Format for date: mm/dd/yyyy, egypt slots casino review scores for veeea.Point scores are calculated using the PocketFives Leaderboard Formula.The nine-handed final table began with Spanish superstar Adrian "Amadi_007" Mateos in pole position with more than.1 million chips and his nearest rival being "James" of Brazil with just over.55 million chips.At that point Franco "rojorulez" Spitale was sitting with the chip lead with over.5 million, more than.5 million clear of a chase pack that included both Vezhenkov and Adrian "Amadi_017" Mateos.Poker League Grandmaster/All (Buy-in: 0 and up)Diamond (Buy-in: 200 and up)Platinum (Buy-in: 60 - 200)Gold (Buy-in: 20 - 60)Silver (Buy-in: 5 - 20)Bronze (Buy-in: 1 - 5)Trainee (Buy-in: 0 - 1).That help arrives on the flop and when the turn and river fell and, Vezhenkov had all of the chips in play.