'KingKongJoel' Winner of GG Spring Series Main Event 26 Apr

The biggest online festival ever, the GG Spring Series 2021 on GGNetwork (Betkings, GGPoker, Natural8, 2bet4win) has now come to an end. "KingKongJoel" became the big winner of GGSF Main Event-H: $1,500 NLHE, $10M GTD for a top prize of $1,133,634. He made his way through 6,803 Day 1 entries, who combined into 1,177 runners for Day 2 action.
The entries on Day 1 weren't quite enough to meet the massive $10 million guarantee, but they were close, only leaving $305,725 of overlay. With $10 million to play for, the top prize was originally set at $1,191,976, but a deal heads up at the break dropped that down a little.

Zhuang Ruan and "KingKongJoel" started heads up fairly even, but "KingKongJoel" quickly ran up a lead. After a few hands, the two players agreed to a deal just before the final break, and it all ended in the first hand after the break when Ruan shoved king-deuce, but the four-five of "KingKongJoel" got there for the win.

Final Results GGSF Main Event-H: $1,500 NLHE, $10M GTD

Place Player Country Result
1 'KingKongJoel' Austria $1,133,634
2 Zhuang Ruan Japan $952,194
3 'Lucky-Lucky' Ukraine $670,295
4 Mats 'lockdownmode' Ullereng Norway $502,651
5 Benjamin Chalot France $376,934
6 'seeefaceng' China $282,661
7 Chrishopher Puetz Germany $211,965
8 'gipotenuza' Mexico $158,952
9 Samuel Vousden Finland $119,197

David Peters Wins GGSF H-106: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event ($297,105)

The fourth and final $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event at the GG Spring Festival saw one of the game's very best add another victory to his name. David Peters topped a 341-player field to win $297,105. Peters, defeated fellow poker pro Adrian Mateos heads-up, who took $135,141. Artur Martirosian finished in third place after firing six bullets and received $168,890 for his persistence, thanks to many knock-outs scored along the way.

Final Results GGSF H H-106: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event

Place Player Country Result
1 David Peters United States $296,561
2 Adrian Mateos Spain $135,141
3 Artur Marirosyan Russia $168,690
4 Jon Proudfoot United Kingdom $83,734
5 Benjamin Rolle Germany $65,004
6 Jans Arends Netherlands $45,200
7 Matthias Eibinger Austria $37,420
8 Wiktor Malinowski Poland $30,735
9 Dawid Smolka Poland $47,641

Dzivielevski And Dvoress Lead Final Nine in GGSF Event H-108: $10,300 Super MILLION$


After nearly ten hours of play, GGSF Event H-108: $10,300 Super MILLION$ wrapped up as the nine-handed final table was determined. The tournament drew a total field of 347 entries and surpassed the $3 million guarantee.

A portion of the $3,470,000 prize pool has already been awarded as the top 35 spots were paid, but the big money will be up for grabs when the final table resumes on the live-streamed final table on Tuesday, April 27. Best-positioned for the top prize of $651,821 is Brazil's Yuri Dzivielevski with 7,385,921 and Canada's Daniel Dvoress follows close behind with 7,083,460.

Final Table GGSF H-108: $10,300 Super MILLION$

Place Player Country Chip Count Big Blinds
1 Yuri Dzivielevski Brazil 7,385,921 92
2 Daniel Dvoress Canada 7,083,460 89
3 'xyzpoker' Austria 4,821,300 60
4 Christian Jeppsson Sweden 3,954,707 49
5 Timothy Adams Canada 3,850,814 48
6 George Wolff United States 3,293,255 41
7 Markus Leikkonen Finland 2,451,386 31
8 Konstantin Maslak Russia 959,407 12
9 David Coleman United States 899,750 11

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