The happiest poterist on the planet: Alexey Ponyakov won almost $ 2,000,000 on WSOP

There are no tournaments more expensive in the world series than with Bay-in $ 100,000. Here the winner is always waiting for a tidy sum, after which bankrol for further participation in WSOP you are guaranteed.

To the Heyrolery Batties in the world series poker is drawn special attention. For the world’s most famous regulators, it is not just in money. Prestigious victory precisely in the company’s strongest. In the WSOP tournament # 42 High Rolller No-Limit Hold’Em with a contribution of $ 100,000 participants made 62 entrances, which created a prize fund almost $ 6,000,000.

After the first day of the tournament in the game there were 23 participants. Since late registration lasted until the second day, another 11 players were at risk of making a considerable bay-in with a stack of only 15 BB. This is done by such famous players as Nikita Bodyakovsky, Scott Sever, Justin Bonomo and Ali Imsirovich. The only lucky one in this company was Bodyakovsky, who took 7th place in the tournament ($ 225,000).

In the final five Alexei Poniakov was opposed Michael Monchek, Gregory Jensen, Ben Hit and Phil Ive. By the standards of the experience of playing high limits, such a composition of participants was quite favorable for the Latvian.

Alexey Ponyakov with friends / Photo PokerNews

Poniakov met in hedz-opa with the most star participant of the finals Phil Iva, whose account is 10 won WSOP bracelets. The poker community was waiting for the 11th trophy for the legend, but Ponyakov proved that the new poker school is a high level of skill and understanding of the game. In the final distribution, Alexei Pushev Push from an experienced opponent on Torne with a second couple. Ive had a street deck.

Poker world now will see me more often. I only get better so I will try to win as many tournaments as possible,
Alexei said boldly after his victory.

WSOP Championship Bracelet brought Alexei Poniakov 1 897 363 dollars, Phil Iva got 1 172 659 dollars. Further in the top 5 seats were distributed as follows: Ben Hit, Michael Monchek and Talal Shackerchi.