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WSOP Online 2020: Italy’s Enrico ‘GTOExploiter’ Camosci Ships Event #50: $2,100 Bounty Championship

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  • Namita Ghosh August 5, 2020
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The most recent event at the 2020 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online series to go down the history lane was Event #50: $2,100 Bounty Championship. A total of 1,168 entries signed up for the Progressive Knockout Event that made a 10-hour run before declaring a winner. Standing tall on the rostrum, in the end, was Italy’s Enrico ‘GTOExploiter’ Camosci (cover image), who won his career-first bracelet in the process.

Camosci had stormed into the final table as the chip leader and eliminated three players on his way to the title. If he had only three prior WSOP cashes amounting to $9,145 before this win, Camosci added an impressive $327,319 to his bankroll with the win that included $142,740 in bounties.

Some of the big names on the final table were Connor Drinan (7th for $44,312), Dominik ‘tiredfella’ Panka (8th for $37,378), and Damian Salas (9th for $36,527).

At least one Indian player, former bracelet champion, Aditya ‘inonhmeansfu’ Sushant (110th for $9,111 – ₹6.82 Lakhs) finished ITM.

The pace of eliminations was fast and furious, and in just four hours, the field had whittled down to 300 players—another hour of play, and the bubble burst.

The top 170 places were assured at least $2,258 from the massive, $2,336,000 prize pool.

Mustapha Kanit (43rd for $11,726), Dario Sammartino (47th for $7,117), Manig Loeser (49th for $7,680), David Peters (62nd for $8,492), Juha Helppi (71st for $4,770), Natural8 Ambassador Pete Chen (127th for $5,008) and Ben Affleck (149th for $2,258) were some of the prominent players who earned payouts.

However, others like GGPoker Ambassador Daniel Negreanu, Patrick ‘Egption’ Tardif, and Simon Higgins were not so lucky.

The final table kicked off just as Level 30 was about to end after Camosci eliminated Alex Difelice in 10th place for $38,101.

Final Table Chip Counts

1. Enrico ‘GTOExploiter’ Camosci – 8,772,109

2. Omer ‘omeroz01’ Ozsirkintis – 5,540,993

3. Alexander ‘xBGx’ Fitasov – 3,165,541

4. Aki ‘Seabossss’ Virtanen – 2,983,965

5. Connor Drinan – 2,410,707

6. Murilo ‘muka82’ Figueredo – 1,990,661

7. Damian Salas – 1,704,833

8. Renato ‘MAIAAA’ Valentim – 1,391,876

9. Dominik ‘tiredfella’ Panka – 1,239,315

Final Table Recap

The three most experienced pros on the final table, Damian Salas, Dominik ‘tiredfella’ Panka, and Connor Drinan, were the first ones to be eliminated from ninth to seventh.

Next, up, Aki ‘Seabossss’ Virtanen, who had eliminated Salas and Drinan, scored another knockout after taking out Renato ‘MAIAAA’ Valentim in sixth place.

The play slowed down considerably, and it wasn’t until another 50 minutes before Murilo ‘muka82’ Figueredo ran out of chips in fifth place.

Alexander ‘xBGx’ Fitasov and Aki ‘Seabossss’ Virtanen hit the rail quickly, leaving Omer ‘omeroz01’ Ozsirkintis and Camosci to fight it out for the bracelet.

The heads-up began with Camosci in pole position holding 18.45 Million in chips against Ozsirkintis’ 10.74 Million. Ozsirkintis was unable to turn it around, and it was all over in less than 15 minutes. On the final hand, Camosci’s won the race against Ozsirkintis’ with a rivered flush on the board .


Final Table Results (USD)

1. Enrico ‘GTOExploiter’ Camosci – $327,319

2. Omer ‘omeroz01’ Ozsirkintis – $182,564

3. Aki ‘Seabossss’ Virtanen – $144,249

4. Alexander ‘xBGx’ Fitasov – $77,293

5. Murilo ‘muka82’ Figueredo – $69,849

6. Renato ‘MAIAAA’ Valentim – $44,463

7. Connor Drinan – $44,312

8. Dominik ‘tiredfella’ Panka – $37,378

9. Damian Salas – $36,527


Content & Images Courtesy: WSOP.com and PokerNews.com

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