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Event #31: ¥815 WSOP Zodiac Autumn Festival of the 2021 WSOP Online Series at GGPoker/Natural8 logged in 7,036 entries to collect an $818,645 prize pool. Hong Kong’s Yuhan “HansNevrLose” Liu championed the event for ¥563,257 (~$87,404) and his first gold bracelet. Argentina’s Martin “titan64” Pochat finished runner-up for ¥422,381 (~$65,543).
The ¥815 entry buy-in event collected almost double the ¥2,888,888 guarantee, gathering a ¥5,275,593 prize pool on the back of 7,036 total entries (5,693 unique and 1,343 re-entries).
Day 2 began with 1,102 survivors, and several went out empty-handed, and only 800 players earned at least $279.
By the time the nine-handed final table began, Yuhan “HansNevrLose” Liu (8,351,358) was sitting in the chip lead. Tiago “catukeira” Lessa (6,510,233) and Yannick “ProbierEs” Schumacher (6,182,285) were a distant second and third in chips.
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The shortest three stacks, Carlos “Wtfisthis” Silva, Sota “shishi44” Yamashita, Robert “Aerius” Kaggerud, fell in quick succession in places ninth, eighth, and seventh, respectively.
An hour later, Yuhan “HansNevrLose” Liu was busted in sixth place after his found no help against Martin “titan64” Pochat’s .
Within the next 10 minutes, Tiago “catukeira” Lessa was busted in fifth place by Yannick “ProbierEs” Schumacher.
Soon after that, Ryosuke “KBD05” Kubodera got knocked out in fourth place. In a battle of the blinds, Martin “titan64” Pochat shoved all-in from the small blind with , and Kubodera called off with . Pochat flopped a pair of queens on the runout , eliminating Kudobera.
Only 20 minutes later, Yannick “ProbierEs” Schumacher was sent to the rails in third place. His found no help against Martin “titan64” Pochat’s .
Martin “titan64” Pochat (19,935,408) held a marginal chip advantage over his heads-up opponent Henry “Coke@Macu” Luo (15,032,176). The match was a short affair that lasted only a couple of hands. Luo gained the chip lead when his pocket tens held against Pochat’s . On the very next hand, Pochat moved all-in with and Luo was again ahead with . The rundown threw no surprises, pronouncing Henry “Coke@Macu” Luo the champion.
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