Two GGPoker players won WSOP bracelets in the past couple of days. They joined Claas Segebrecht and Stefan Schillhabel in the winner’s circle. Rafael Caiaffa and Jacopo Achille won their respective WSOP events.
Around 986 players showed up for the fourth of 33 WSOP bracelet-granting competitions, the $1,050 Bounty Deepstack. According to bookie pay per head reports, the players made a $986,000 prize pool. Also, Achille won nearly $100,000 of the pot.
All nine players who skilfully qualified for the final table secured five-figure winnings for their endeavors due to the vast bounties in play. Dodgetothemoon from Canada was quick to bust out of the final table.
Two GGPoker Players Won WSOP Bracelets
Achille and another Brazilian, Carlos “Wtfisthis” Silva, battled it out one-on-one for the title of champion. The two players got nearly $40,000 from the prize pool. However, the last bounty payment tipped the scales at over $56,000. According to gambling news reports, Achille crushed his last rival to get the competition’s sought-after gold WSOP bracelet, notwithstanding $96,796 in prize cash. Silva reassured himself with a $66,052 score.
On the other hand, Rafael Caiaffa won the $2,500 Limit Hold’Em Championship. It attracted 124 players, which created a $294,500 prize pool. Seven players reached the final table and secured five-figure payouts. Caiaffa bested the other players and won $64,671, aside from the WSOP bracelet.
There are still 29 WSOP bracelets up for grabs this year. One is the Million Dollar Mystery Bounty, which has a guaranteed prize fund of $10 million.
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