Anton Smolyanskiey Wins Event No. 21 at PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker
Event No. 22 Still In Progress
Event no. 22 is currently paused, but play will resume on Monday afternoon with $469,290 guaranteed to the winner.
Check out events 21-22 below.
Event No. 21 — No-Limit Hold’em ($1,500,000 Guarantee)
Prize Pool: $2,098,400
Final Table Results:
1. Anton “Antoshka” Smolyanskiey — $280,000*
2. UndrAAge — $206,214*
3. vic_xcite — $190,000*
4. ganatodoAA — $104,920
5. buriedatsea — $83,936
6. ohnistun — $62,952
7. puicachamp — $41,968
8. Paul “Sircall” Kristofferson — $23,082
9. XBraumeister — $14,688
*Based on a deal made at the final table.
Event No. 22 — No-Limit Hold’em ($3,000,000 Guarantee)
Prize Pool: $3,000,000
This event is currently on a break and will resume to play down to a champion at 5:00 p.m. EST. There are 209 players remaining and all are guaranteed at least $1,680,000. The winner will take home $469,290.
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