The 2020 World Series of Poker Online on GGPoker returned on Tuesday with Event #50: $2,100 Bounty Championship attracting an 1,168-entrant field that created a prize pool of $2,336,000. After roughly ten hours of play, Italian Enrico “GTOExploiter” Camosci collected his first WSOP bracelet and the $327,319 first-place prize.

Following a rapid-fire of eliminations that saw GGPoker ambassador Daniel Negreanu, Simon Higgins, and Patrick Tardif all eliminated short of the money, the likes of Ajay Chabra, Mike McDonald, Pete Chen, Parker Talbot, Juha Helppi, Bertrand Grospellier, Ami Barer, and Blake Bohn all exited prior to the final table.

Camosci held the chip lead over the final nine, and it would be 2017 WSOP Main Event finalist Damian Salas falling first when his pocket fives couldn’t outdraw pocket queens. Dominik Panka and Connor Drinan were the next two to fall, before Renato Valentim fell to the two pair of Aki Virtanen. Camosci then eliminated Murilo Figueredo in fifth place, and Alexander Fitasov in fourth place to hold a sizeable lead. After Aki Virtanen was eliminated in third, Camosci held a near two-to-one chip lead over Omer Ozsirkintis. The final hand would see Camosci three-bet shove with pocket sevens, and Ozsirkintis call all-in with ace-king. An ace fell on the flop, but when a fourth spade fell on the river to give Camosci a flush, he eliminated Ozsirkintis in second while being crowned the Event #50 champion.

Event #50 Final Table Results
Place Player Prize Bounties
1st Enrico Camosci $184,579 $142,740
2nd Omer Ozsirkintis $133,948 $48,615
3rd Aki Virtanen $97,206 $47,043
4th Alexander Fitasov $70,543 $6,750
5th Murilo Figueredo $51,193 $18,656
6th Renato Valentim $37,151 $7,313
7th Connor Drinan $26,960 $17,352
8th Dominik Panka $19,565 $17,813
9th Damian Salas $14,198 $22,328

Up Next on GGPoker for WSOP Online

Wednesday will host the Event #51: $400 Pot-Limit Omaha while Thursday will host the Event #52: $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em. After a day off on Friday, Saturday will host the Event #54 $10,000 Heads-Up Championship and the Event #53: $800 Double Stack Pot-Limit Omaha.

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