The Five Biggest 2020 WSOP Online Victories at GGPoker

There have been some huge scores in the 2020 WSOP Online so far. Here are the five biggest.

Poker players from around the world have won massive prizes at the 2020 WSOP online at GGPoker. The World Series of Poker (WSOP) created a schedule of 54 bracelet-awarding events for the GGPoker site. WSOP in Las Vegas and New Jersey awarded an additional 31 bracelets.

Those winning 2020 WSOP Online prizes at GGPoker have seen their bankrolls boosted significantly. This online poker site has the second most traffic of any network in the world. More players mean more entrants, which results in larger prize pools.

The five players below are the five biggest winners of the 2020 WSOP Online so far. Another 21 events are waiting to crown their champions, including the $25 million guaranteed Main Event. Whoever wins that event is guaranteed to be the biggest winner of the series.

Daniel Dvoress Won $1,489,289, the Biggest 2020 WSOP Online Prize So Far

Daniel Dvoress is loving life in the 2020 WSOP Online series

Daniel Dvoress is the man with the largest single cash of the 2020 WSOP Online series. The Canadian grinder padded his bankroll with an incredible $1,489,289 by winning the MILLIONAIRE MAKER.

Dvoress was one of 6,299-players in the $1,500 buy-in tournament. He was the last man standing and secured his first WSOP bracelet and the Goliath-sized prize. It’s amazing to think this was Dvoress’ first bracelet, but it’s true. He avoids playing the WSOP in Las Vegas for taxation reasons, so jumped at the chance of playing the WSOP from the comfort of his own home.

The MILLIONAIRE MAKER was so large that the top four finishers would be on this list. Caio “Ez4ENCE” De Almeida ($1,072,428), Anatoly “Mr_Deer” Filatov ($772,251), and Michael “MrFabulous” Nugent ($556,095) were that quartet of players.

Ivan “zufo16” Zufic Won $843,460 by Taking Down the 2020 WSOP Online Mini Main Event

Ivan Zufic won almost $900,000 in one event at the 2020 WSOP Online

$500 is all it cost to enter the 2020 WSOP Online Mini Main Event. This low buy-in resulted in a massive 15,205-strong entry list. Those thousands of players locked horns at GGPoker for an incredible 16-hours. Ivan “zufo16” Zufic showed incredible stamina to walk away as the tournament’s champion.

Zufic only had one WSOP cash to his name before winning this event’s bracelet and a huge $843,460 prize. Zufic also secured a $15,000 package to the yet-to-be-announced WSOP Europe festival. A good day at the office!

Ranno Sootla Collected $595,930 By Outlasting One of the Largest 2020 WSOP Online Fields

Ranno Sootla

Ranno Sootla put Estonia on the map by winning the COLOSSUS event at the 2020 WSOP Online series. Some 12,747-players bought in for a mere $400 and created a $4,796,632 prize pool.

Sootla found himself heads-up against Greek grinder Paraskevas Tsokaridis and ran red hot. He won 12 of the first 15 hands to amass an unassailable lead. Tsokaridis made a stand with ace-nine but Sootla woke up with pocket kings. A $595,930 prize landed in the Estonian’s GGPoker account as a result.

Seth “AbeFroman” Fischer: $444,869

Seth Fischer

American poker pro Seth “AbeFroman” Fischer finally got his hands on his first WSOP bracelet. He came close in 2008 but fell in second-place in a $2,500 NLHE 6-Handed event. Fischer racked up 28 WSOP cashes over the year and now has almost $1 million in WSOP winnings.

That’s because he banked $444,869 at the 2020 WSOP Online. Victory came in the $1,500 edition of the GGMasters. The GGMasters is an extremely popular weekly tournament, but this was something else. A field of 2,153-players bought in and Fischer outlasted them all. Fischer beat online poker specialist Arsenii “kastaban” Karmatckii heads-up to lock up the victory.

Leonardo “Babaehduro” Mattos: $399,047

Leonardo Mattos

Leonard “Babaehduro” Mattos may not be a household name right now but we’ll definitely see him again. You don’t manage to top a field of 1,061-entrants in a $2,500 buy-in event without being skilled. That’s exactly what Mattos did at the 2020 WSOP Online series. Mattos collected $399,047 for his impressive win, which is by far his largest career cash.

Matthew Pitt

Matthew Pitt

If it’s something you can play online for real money, chances are Matthew knows a bit about it. He’s been writing about slots, craps and poker for the better part of the last decade. He’s written for PokerNews, PartyPoker and many other respected online gambling websites during the last nine years.


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