Socialite Adnan Hacialioglu Triumphs in $1,000 Turbo Eight-Max Online Poker Event
Adnan Hacialioglu emerged victorious in the World Series of Judi Slot Online $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em turbo eight-max event. The Finnish player outlasted a total of 1,910 entries in this fast-paced tournament to secure his first WSOP gold bracelet and the top prize of $259,841.
The top 278 finishes were in the money, guaranteeing a minimum payout of $2,108. The final table commenced with Niko Koop in the chip lead, followed by Jargo Alavali and Robin Berggren with the largest stacks. Tuen Bui was the first to be sent to the virtual rail. Koop ran AQ into Alavali’s pocket aces preflop and failed to stage a comeback, earning $28,814 as the eighth-place finisher.
Soo Jo Kim fell next. Similar to Bui, Kim pushed in their last stack with AQ. Kim was ahead of Koop’s A of Clubs 7 of Clubs, but the board gave Koop a ten-high straight on kunjungi agen online terbaik https://vocal.media/authors/seatogelbola the turn to eliminate Kim in seventh place ($39,706).
Andriy Lyubovetskiy’s journey in the event concluded when his Q of Spades 8 of Clubs failed to beat Hacialioglu’s K of Hearts J of Hearts. Hacialioglu made a full house on the river, sending Lyubovetskiy packing in sixth place ($54,714).
Jargo Alavali got the last of his stack in with the best starting hand in hold’em: A of Spades A of Clubs. He risked it against Q of Spades 10 of Hearts, which hit a massive flop of Q of Diamonds J of Hearts 9 of Clubs. The turn was the 7 of Hearts, putting Alavali ahead for the moment, but Hacialioglu had plenty of outs to the river. The K of Clubs was one of them, giving Hacialioglu a rivered king-high straight to clinch the pot. Alavali was awarded $75,395 for the fifth-place finish.