TCOOP 2017: Hungary’ gzp74 wins $700 NL Hold’em Ultra-Deep 8 for $85,497

By | January 25, 2017

TCOOP 2017 Hungary’ gzp74 wins $700 NL Hold'em Ultra-Deep 8 for $85,497Hungarian gzp74 wins event#36 of Turbo championship of online poker 2017. The event was $700 buy-in No Limit Hold’em ultra-deep 8 max tournaments which received 916 entries and generated $609,140 as total prize pool, which easily bested $400,000 Guaranteed. Top 103 positions took home some amount from the title.

LA KOVE was the runner-up for a total $69,369.93, while pistecaloze of Netherlands made $71,404 from the championship. The winner and runners were decided after a three way deal took place among top three remained positions.

Final table of the game included players from Canada, Hungary, Thailand, Sweden, Australia, Netherlands and Bulgaria and they were like wazawskiHH (6,030,439 in chips), anteen (5,381,206 in chips) and LA KOVE (8,542,693 in chips).

Seat#4, seat#5 and seat#6 were for players known as pistecaloze (7,182,748 in chips), gzp74 (8,004,097 in chips) and Billy “b8chatz” Chattaway (6,018,607 in chips).
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While seat#7, and seat#8 were for players as Fahredin “FeriBo” Mustafov (3,531,698 in chips) and abhinaviy550 (1,108,512 in chips).

The beauty of the game was its format, which was very entertaining. This tournament is welcoming players from all over the world.

The first player who busted from the final table was an Australian abhinaviy550, who pocketed $10,648.61 from the title for his eighth place, while wazawskiHH collected $14,673.57 and completed his pace at seventh place.

Sixth,fifth and fourth positions of the event#36 of TCOOP 2017 belongs to players from Sweden, and Bulgaria and they were anteen (Sweden) $20,219.91, Billy “b8chatz” Chattaway $27,862.61 and Fahredin “FeriBo” Mustafov (Bulgaria) $38,394.09.

Now top three remained players decided to book a deal and according to that deal the winner of the tournament or Hungarian gzp74 colelcred $85,497, while LA KOVE (Thailand) $69,369.93 got second place and pistecaloze (Netherlands) $71,404.08 got third place but more money for him.