Three exciting months of GG Spring Festival 2021 insanity came to a close before now having a list US$ 176,560,597 paid across 336 championships. This last tally over surpassed a year’s WSOP 2020 Online Series [International] that paid over US$ 147.7 million around the community. The matches took place from April 4 to 25 at internet stage Natural8. We have listed down a few of the most fascinating festival amusing and highlights of their last 3 days.
Festival details and figures
Festival decoration pool: US$ 176,560,597
Total admissions: 585,574
Largest occasion prize pool: GGSF Super MILLION$ ME-H — US$ 10,890,000
Largest score: JOAKIM ANDERSSON — US$ 1,537,605.12
Largest score by Asian participant: ZHUANG RUAN — Japan — US$ 952,194.60
Seven figure decoration pools: 38 occasions = US$ 76,580,550
Six figure decoration pool: two occasions = US$ 20,890,000
Overlay: 18 occasions — US$ 579,711.40
Biggest overlay: GGSF Main Event-H: $1,500 NLHE — US$ 305,725
Day 14 — April 18 — US$ 30,154,252 paid
Day 21 — April 25 — US$ 30,359,257 paid
Featured Occasions entrances and prize pools
GGSF Opening Act-L: $80 NLHE — 20,516 admissions — US$ 1,509,977.60
GGSF Introduction Act-L: $80 PLO-NL — 5,679 admissions — US$ 500,000
GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE — 9,051 admissions — US$ 3,403,176
GGSF Headliner-M: $400 PLO-NL — 2,671 admissions — US$ 1,004,296
GGSF Super MILLION$ ME-H $10,300 — 1,089 admissions — US$ 10,890,000
GGSF Main Event-H: $1,500 NLHE — 6,803 admissions — US$ 10,000,000
GGSF Main Event-H: $1,500 PLO-NL — 1,412 admissions — US$ 2,102,100
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Two figure payouts
H-06: $25,500 Sunday Five Million — GUILLAUME NOLET — US$ 1,085,891.90
H-41: $25,500 Sunday Five Million — NIKLAS ASTEDT — US$ 1,095,740.82
H-75: $25,500 Sunday Five Million — MIKITA BADZIAKOUSKI — US$ 1,105,678.72
GGSF Super MILLION$ ME-H $10,300 — JOAKIM ANDERSSON — US$ 1,537,605.12
GGSF Super MILLION$ ME-H $10,300 — JULIAN STUER — US$ 1,185,655.13
GGSF Main Event-H: $1,500 NLHE — KINGKONGJOEL — US$ 1,133,634.47
Most admissions per grade (single day entrance occasion )
Top: H-107: $1,050 GGMasters High Rollers — 1,184 admissions — US$ 1,184,000
Moderate: M-107: $150 GGMasters — 5,097 admissions — US$ 703,386
Reduced: L-105: $30 Sunday Marathon — 7,000 admissions — US$ 193,200
Reduced: L-106: $52.50 Bounty Hunters Main Event — 7,000 admissions — US$ 350,000
Most wins: NIKLAS ASTEDT along with LEV”LEVMEALONE” GOTTLIEB
Five wins every for Canada’s Niklas Astedt along with Finland’s Lev”LevMeAlone” Gottlieb. Listed below will be their success achievements.
Niklas Astedt: US$ 1,432,201.51
H-14: $1,050 PLO-NL Bounty — US$ 39,974.81
H-19: $2,100 Bounty [ 6 Max ] — US$ 98,807.81
H-25: $5,250 PLO-NL Bounty — US$ 140,464.75
H-41: $25,500 Sunday Five Million — US$ 1,095,740.82
H-95: $2,100 Bounty — US$ 57,213.32
Lev”LevMeAlone” Gottlieb: US$ 1,575,803.64
H-05: $10,300 Super MILLION$ — US$ 586,075.23
H-15: $10,300 Super Tuesday — US$ 320,728.78
H-35: $10,300 PLO-NL High Roller — US$ 199,770.92
H-72: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event — US$ 316,691.68
H-100: $ 5,250 5,250 Festival Closer [Bounty Turbo] — US$ 152,531.03
Tim”BeardOilGuy” Rutherford — Canada — US$ 88,160.48
Sami Kelopuro — Finland — US$ 1,417,190.60
Chris Rudoph — Austria — US$ 249,412.60
Most entrances by a participant in one tournament: 20 occasions
China participant WEI ZHAO purchased at a shocking 20 occasions to get a total of US$ 105,000 in the H-91: $5,250 PLO-NL Bounty nevertheless he failed to get to the cash. This event brought 117 entries for a prize pool of US$ 585,000.
Biggest prize pool each routine (single day entrance occasion )
H-75: $25,500 Sunday Five Million — US$ 5,200,000
M-38: $525 Bounty Hunters Main Event — US$ 1,372,500
L-108: $250 Sunday Main Event — US$ 726,110
Biggest score per grade (single day entrance occasion )
H-75 $25,500 Sunday Five Million — MIKITA BADZIAKOUSKI — US$ 1,105,678.72
M-40: $1,050 High Roller Main Event — JAMIL WAKIL — US$ 170,809.64
L-108: $250 Sunday Main Event — FISHANDCHIPS88 — US$ 84,926.21
GG Legends Bounty accomplishment. DJ Deadmau5 — 5000 admissions — US$ 25,000
GGSF FLIP Breakthrough Event effort. Daiva — 2575 admissions — US$ 23,690
*(decoration pools not contained in expansive prize pool level )
Best Stories: Day 19 into Day 21
GGSF Main Event-H: $1,500 NLHE: KINGKONGJOEL — US$ 1,133,634.47
The GGSF Main Event-H: $1,500 NLHE promoted one of the most significant event promises of US$ 10,000,000. 6,803 entered multiple entrance days to get a large overlay of all US$ 305,725. This is the largest event overlay of this festival. The last day started with 1,177 gamers. After eight hours of drama, Austria’s”KingKongJoel” conquered Japan’s Zhuang Ruan to assert a very first festival win and also a huge US$ 1,133,634.47 payout.
GGSF Main Event-H: $1,500 NLHE
Purchase at: US$ 1,500
Warranty: US$ 10,000,000
Prize pool: US$ 10,000,000
Overlay: US$ 305,725
ITM: 700 areas
Inside minutes to the last evening, notables Ryan Riess, George Wolff, Justin Bonomo, Sami Kelopuro, Daniel Dvoress, Mike Leah, Ho Bao”Yummers19″ Qiang, along with Kevin Martin were removed. From the conclusion of this first hourdried leaving 716 gamers. After the initial burst, the bubble quickly burst Costa Rica’s”10kTony” and to the cash has been Austria’s Thomas Hueber. Midway during the fourth hour, Cazayous dropped in 100th placethat he was afterwards connected by Joshua McCully (87th), Park (82nd), Bertrand”ElkY” Grospellier (68th), Rui Ferreira (67th), Sriharsha”Upswinger” Doddapaneni (52nd), Dawid Smolka (31st), along with Alex Foxen (29th).
From the conclusion of the hour just 15 stayed with Germany’s Shui1994 at the lead along with Russia’s Anatoly Filatov in 2nd position. The following hour was barbarous for its best two leaders. The two players crashed outside from 13th and 12th respectively. Kicking off the ninth hour, Helio”Teucu” Neves (11th) and David Peters (10th) broken to make the last table headed by Benjamin Chalot.
Closing table payouts
1st KingKongJoel — Austria — US$ 1,133,634.47*
2nd Zhuang Ruan — Japan — US$ 952,194.60*
3rd Lucky-Lucky — Ukraine — US$ 670,295.68
4th Mats”lockdownmode” Ullereng — Norway — US$ 502,651.11
5th Benjamin Chalot — France — US$ 376,934.85
6th seefaceng — China — US$ 282,661.59
7th Chris Puetz — Germany — US$ 211,965.84
8th gipotenuza — Mexico — US$ 158,952.24
9th Samuel Vousden — Finland — US$ 119,197.02
*Heads up bargain
Closing table Caution
The last table has underway with everybody seeking their very first festival triumph along with also the hefty seven figure original prize. Processor pioneer Chalot got off to a terrific start by railroad brief piled Samuel Vousden (9th) to collect a monster direct to 105 bb. His nearest challenger was KingKongJoel using 55 bb. Zhuang Ruan was alongside get called everything in, leading to a double off Chris Puetz. KingKongJoel got really fortunate when his enhanced to some group against gipotenuza’s to double up and jump into the very best, nicely appointed Chalot while gipotenuza was out in 8th location.
Seven-handed conducted for twenty five minutes prior to Puetz (7th) was spat from Mats”lockdownmode” Ullereng. Ruan booted the subsequent two — seefaceng (6th) and also Chalot (5th) — subsequently Ukraine’s Lucky-Lucky promised his first victim, sending Ullereng (4th) outside with over which missed. Near the last three, Lucky-Lucky was expecting to get a bargain but the huge piles were not curious. Lucky-Lucky was eliminated in 3rd place with Ruan sending it to get his next knockout. For Lucky-Lucky, this is a really lucky day with competent during among this day’s last opportunity flights with a rather brief 6 bb pile he turned to some US$ 670,295.68 cash back. Lucky-Lucky additionally sold 40% activity for 7 joyful stakers.
At heads Ruan was forward, over the initial two palms, KingKongJoel evened up afterward started to pull off. After 25 minutes of play, the players achieved a bargain and flipped for rank. KingKongJoel won it about the very first reverse.
GGSF Main Event-H: $1,500 PLO-NL: JOCHEE — US$ 249,926.29
Norwegian participant nicknamed”jochee” captured another festival triumph after rapping out five players in the GGSF Main Event-H: $1,500 PLO-NL closing table. This given jochee a far bigger holiday score of US$ 249,926.29, exceeding the initial win in the M-91: $525 PLO-NL Bounty to get US$ 23,164.66. Even the GGSF Main Event-H: $1,500 PLO-NL attracted 1,412 admissions across multiple entrance days with just 233 progressing into the last moment. Following seven hours and twenty five minutes of drama, jochee won it to a heads-up reverse.
GGSF Main Event-H: $1,500 PLO-NL
Purchase at: US$ 1,500
Warranty: US$ 2,000,000
Prize pool: US$ 2,012,000
ITM: 150 areas
The last day started with 233 players headed by Chinese participant nicknamed”BIG HAI”. Soon after the initial hour, the cash flowed in the autumn of Canada’s”imslowrollin” over the bubble. One of the ancient busts have been Daniel Dvoress (149th), Natural8 Team NLG Fedor Holz (127th), also Belgium’s Kristof”ultrafish” Segers (126th). They were followed by Joao Vieira (91st), Chris Rudolph (88th), George Wolff (79th), Andras Nemeth (72nd), Simon Lofberg (51st) Pulkit Goyal (41st), Eelis Parssinen (29th), Patrick Leonard (28th), Niklas Astedt (21st), Fabrizio Gonzalez (18th), and Rui Ferreira (17th). Falling before the last table have been China’s Xuming”scplayer” Qi (12th), Canada’s Connor Drinan (9th), along with USA’s Jason Koon (8th).
GGSF Main Event-H: $1,500 PLO-NL
Closing table payouts
1st jochee — Norway — US$ 249,926.29
2nd Majki365 — Slovenia — US$ 201,693.27
3rd Bernard Larabi — Hungary — US$ 147,781.94
4th Markus”Lenbert1″ Schottes — Germany — US$ 110,705.77
5th Arvi Vainionkulma — Finland — US$ 82,931.48
6th Suhepx — Austria — US$ 62,125.28
7th Gianluca”Tankanza” Speranza — Italy — US$ 46,539
Kicking from the last table, jochee was at the helm, also a pole jochee needed a tight grip on because midway through the next hour. Ten minutes later, the guide was stolen from Markus”Lenbert1″ Schottes after railroad Gianluca”Tankanza” Speranza at 7th location. On another showdown, Schottes expected to remove short piled Majki365, rather paid up a double. A flurry of great pots followed closely, all maintained with jochee to recover the lead. From that point, jochee held control to the ending when removing the past five players at the procedure.
Jochee billed to more than half of the chips in play following sending a three-dimensional bud (pictured above) that shipped Suhepx outside in 6th location. Jochee surged greater by railroad Arvi Vainionkulma (5th), Schottes (4th), along with Bernard Larabi (3rd). Heads-up conducted for ten minutes prior to jochee and Majki365 chosen to look at the amounts. A bargain was reached they then flipped to terminate the match. Jochee won it because of his next festival success.
Seth Davies wins Sunday MIllions for US$ 956.4K
Seth Davies. Charge: PocketFives.com
This was a fortunate fourth bullet which left all the difference because of USA’s Seth Davies in the Sunday Millions occasion. Davies refused Niklas Astedt a first time triumph and Sami Kelopuro a fifth to claim his first success together with the enormous US$ 956,439.98 original prize. Davies also cried in different occasions that we have listed below:
M-15: $ 1,050 1,050 Super Tuesday — 8th place — US$ 19,251.64
H-16: $25,500 Super High Roller — 7th location — US$ 111,523.13
M-40: $1,050 Top Rollers Main Event — 71st location — US$ 3,359.28
H-75: $25,500 Sunday Five Million — 23rd location — US$ 46,448.03
GGSF Sunday Millions
Like the rest of the events which carried out a hefty purchase of US$ 25,500, it brought a potent lineup of well known experts. Having a bonded bud of US$ 3,000,000, it wasn’t a real surprise to see many players input more than once. To get Matthew”Nator” Hyman, he’d spent a large scale 8 bullets without even obtaining some recurrence, Justin Bonomo fired 9 bullets along with min-cashed US$ 48,981.55 to walk away from the crimson, Mikita Badziakouski was exactly the same, he min cashed but dropped by five buy-ins build-up, also such as Bonomo, Kelopuro fired an unbelievable nine bullets, nevertheless he’d money out in 2nd spot to make a gain of US$ 487,728.48.
Purchase at: US$ 25,500
Warranty: US$ 3,000,000
Prize pool: US$ 4,300,000
ITM: 23 areas
Closing table payouts
1st Seth Davies — USA — US$ 956,439.98
2nd Sami Kelopuro — Finland — US$ 717,228.48
3rd Elio Fox — USA — US$ 537,845.52
4th Niklas Astedt — Norway — US$ 403,327.34
5th Andras Nemeth — Hungary — US$ 302,452.72
6th Joni Jouhkimainen — Finland — US$ 226,807.56
7th Joao Vieira — Luxembourg — US$ 170,081.92
8th Isaac Haxton — USA — US$ 127,543.36
9th Artur Martirosyan — Russia — US$ 95,644.15
Niklas Astedt along with Lev”LevMeAlone Gottlieb acquire their fifth occasions
While gamers fought to land only one win in the show, Canada’s Niklas Astedt and also USA’s Lev”LevMeAlone Gottlieb made it seem easy peasy with five festival wins every. This is the most anybody won in the set. Astedt’s most up-to-date success was 19 where he succeeded over the 109 entrance area of championship H-95: $2,100 Bounty to get a score of US$ 57,213.32. For Gottlieb, he uttered his fifth on the last afternoon, winning at the H-100: $5,250 Festival Closer [Bounty Turbo] to get US$ 152,531.03.
First time winners — Isaac Haxton, Joshua McCully, Markus Leikkonen
Day 20 was particularly kind to USA’s Isaac Haxton, attaining 2 final tables and turning into a very first festival success. Riding on his fifth thing in the H-101: $10,300 PLO-NL High Roller, Haxton defeated Eelis Parssinen in heads-up to assert the US$ 230,885.58 original prize. This occasion ensured US$ 500,000, also with 83 entrances accumulated, the top 11 regions got a bit of this US$ 830,00 decoration pool. Running concurrently was that the M-101: $1,050 PLO-NL occasion with 234 admissions for a prize pool of US$ 234,000. Haxton attained the last table, finally bowing out at 3rd spot for US$ 27,832.19.
The previous event to finish was that the H-108: $10,300 Super MILLION$ occasion together with the last table happening on the night of April 27. The episode brought 347 entries, surpassing the US$ 3,000,000 warranty by US$ 470,000. Following four hours of drama, Finland’s Markus Leikkonen sent it to get his very first festival triumph and an extremely handsome payout of US$ 651,820.84. Leikkonen conquered a shortage at heads-up from David Coleman, climbing as large as 8:1 in processors to shut it all out. The last hand has been above onto a plank . For runner-up Coleman, his operation was equally striking having entered together with the shortest stack at the onset of the end table.
Australia’s Joshua McCully borrows a lengthy collection of profound runs during the show without a triumph to boast of. That all changed in the L-103: $52.50 PLO-NL Bounty occasion where he conquered a pool of 589 punters to maintain a joint US$ 4,681.77 in winnings along with citizenship rewards. So far, his biggest payout in the show has been for US$ 120,781.75 in the H-39: $ 1,050 GGMasters High Rollers freezeout to get 2nd location. Another significant money was event H-59: $5,250 PLO-NL completing 3rd to get US$ 77,984.18.
Duy Thanh”endlesslove” Dang became the third participant from Vietnam to acquire an occasion. On his next bullet, Dang switched into his US$ 600 investment into some whopping US$ 57,785.69 after beating Matias”Pisco Sour” Gabrenja in heads-up of this M-105: $300 Sunday Marathon. This is Dang’s 9th holiday money and biggest career jackpot beating all of his past live and internet scores. His biggest live tournament money was for US$ 30,373 in the Vietnam collection of Poker Super Star Challenge at November 2020 in which he finished in 2nd location.
Dang Duy Thanh
Another winner has been WSOP bracelet holder Wei Guo”SPARK1207″ Liang out of China who sent the M-95: $210 Bounty championship for US$ 16,334.52. The occasion brought 846 entrances for a prize pool of US$ 169,200. From the seven festival cashes, this one has been the biggest.
China player nicknamed”judd trump” promised that a win on Day 20 to include to another two left cash in Day 9. “judd trump” sent the H-103: $5,250 PLO-NL Bounty High Roller, amassing a large US$ 114,373.05 payout. This ranked next into the H-43: $5,250 Bounty Hunters SHR triumph for US$ 151,617.21. Another win was to get US$ 95,783.54 in the H-44: $1,050 High Rollers Main Event. Player”judd trump” has made a joint US$ 361,773.80 in first position payouts.
H-102: $1,050 Top Rollers Main Event
Warranty: US$ 350,000
Prize pool: US$ 401,000
ITM: 55 areas
Winner: CHRISTIAN RUDOLPH — Austria — US$ 77,421.68
Picking up a win on Day 20 transferred Christian Rudolph at the exclusive set of winners with four wins each. Rudolph had back to back wins Day 5 in the H-27 $2,100 Bounty and M-27: $210 Bounty to get a joint US$ 78,115.96. His third triumph was 17 in the M-83: $1,050 Super Tuesday occasion for US$ 93,834.96.
H-100: $1,500 Asia Superstack Classic
Warranty: US$ 250,000
Prize pool: US$ 364,800
ITM: 35 areas
Winner: ILLYWILLY97 — Canada — US$ 76,135.82
Ahead of the takedown, on Day 15, illywilly97 acquired a first triumph in the H-76: $2,100 Sunday Heater [Bounty Turbo], beating 204 runners to pocket US$ 85,260.16.
GGSF H-100: $1,500 Asia Superstack Classic
H-106: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event
Warranty: US$ 1,500,000
Prize pool: US$ 1,705,000
ITM: 47 areas
Winner: DAVID PETERS — USA — US$ 296,561.39
After several closing table visits, that included another place finish in the H-95: $2,100 Bounty, David Peters ensured his next festival triumph. His very first one was M-57: 2,625 High heeled occasion for US$ 119,960.85 at which he reversed to the triumph from Elio Fox and shot it around the next hand.
H-110: $5,250 Festival Closer [Bounty Turbo]
Warranty: US$ 500,000
Prize pool: US$ 620,000
ITM: 17 areas
Winner: EELIS PARSSINEN — Finland — US$ 152,531.03
Finland’s Eelis Parssinen shut out the show by picking up a third triumph. His two wins have been 7 in the H-33: $ 5,250 5,250 PLO-NL Bounty to get US$ 180,439.06 and at Day 11 in the H-52: $1,050 PLO-NL to get US$ 41,825.78.
M-109: $525 Sunday 500
Warranty: US$ 500,000
Prize pool: US$ 623,000
ITM: 170 areas
Winner: ANDRII NOVAK — Ukraine — US$ 89,953.56
On the last evening, Ukraine’s Andrii Novak gained himself a last minute success in the M-109: $525 Sunday 500 to bulge his successes to 2. His first was Day 5 in the H-24: $10,300 Thursday Thriller Bounty championship in which he also pocketed a hefty US$ 352,068.09.
L-97: $25 Deep Turbo
Warranty: US$ 15,000
Prize pool: US$ 26,795
ITM: 197 areas
Winner: PEROLA NEGRA — Brazil — US$ 3,649.35
This is a second triumph for Perola Negra using a very first takedown in the L-88: $21 Bounty occasion, beating a major area of 3,864 admissions for a bigger US$ 5,593.66 payout.
Combine Natural8 — $100 at Free tickets along with your 1st Deposit
That finishes the GGSF 2021 show at online stage Natural8. Next up is your WSOP Super Circuit Online Series operating from May 1 to May 30, 2021. It will be another exciting festival together with 18 WSOP rings around for grabs and also US$ 100 Million in warranties. Highlighting the show is your US$ 5 Million ensured Main Event with buy at just US$ 525.