Swede Garp dominated the news at WSOPE! Star-studded 8-Game Finals today

Swede Garp dominated the news at WSOPE! Star-studded 8-Game Finals today
Swede Garp dominated the news at WSOPE! Star-studded 8-Game Finals today

On Wednesday, the ninth bracelet was awarded as part of the ongoing World Series of Poker Europe 2023. Swedish Lars Tobias Garp took home the prestigious trophy and €92K cash prize for winning the premier Mystery Bounty event, while a trio of Czechs made it to the ITM. Today’s final of event #10 – WSOPE 8-Game Mix is ​​loaded with famous names of world poker, in the TOP 10 so far Nacho Barbero or the American WSOP record holder Israelashvili.

Photo: King’s Resort

The first ever Mystery Bounty bracelet at WSOPE was won by Swedish soccer coach Tobias Garp

Two days event #9 – WSOPE NLH 1K Mystery Bounty with a buy-in of €700+100+300 and a guarantee of 300,000 euros, he registered 803 (431/372) entries at the King’s Resort in Rozvadov, and thus the total prize pool worth €562,100 + €240,900 (Bounty) was played for.

From Tuesday’s Day 1, 161 players advanced to yesterday’s Final Day, which he eventually dominated Lars Tobias Garp. Not only an experienced tournament poker player, but currently also a football coach, he will take home to Sweden, in addition to the most valuable poker trophy, a valuable gold bracelet, a €92,300 bonus, a Mystery Bounty reward and a €10,350 WSOPE Main Event ticket.

Popular tournament Mystery Bounty format experienced his WSOPE premiere in Rozvadov. A novelty in the drawing of individual bounties for eliminated players, ranging from €300 to €30,000, was the use of a red electronic button instead of traditional envelopes.

The best of the Czech players in the ninth bracelet event was last year’s record-breaking ČPT Main Event winner Petr Kuběnka, who collected €2,970 in 26th place. At the ITM, 52nd Martin Morawiec (€1,865) and 59th Jakub Kolečkář (€1,655) made it from home fighters, as can be seen from the attached table below.

WSOPE 2023 NLH 1K Mystery Bounty – results: TOP 10 + CZ

Pore. Player Earth Reward
1 Tobias Garp Sweden €92,300 + WSOPE ME ticket
2 Adi Rajkovic Austria €57,000 + WSOPE ME ticket
3 Koray Korkmaz Turkey €40,400 + WSOPE ME ticket
4 Benjamin Python France €29,050
5 Otto Lemke Germany €21,200
6 Stanislaw Miadzel Poland €15,700
7 Alexander Romme Germany €11,800
8 Martin Schamaun Switzerland €9,000
9 Yehor Shumeiko Ukraine €6,990
26 Petr Kuběnka Czech Republic €2,970
52 Martin Morawiec Czech Republic €1,865
59 Jakub Kolečkař Czech Republic €1,655

Barbero, Israelashvili, Schemion and Blom will also appear in the WSOPE 8-Game Mix final today

The highlight of today’s King’s Casino Rozvadov program will be the afternoon finale of the two-day event as well event #10 – WSOPE 8-Game Mix, who counted 97 (63/34) entries with an entry fee of €1850+150 and a guarantee of €100,000. In the end, €170,477 was collected in the reward bank.

The tenth WSOPE 2023 bracelet and the first prize worth €47,770 will be contested by a group of 24 finalists today starting at 1 p.m. in a set of eight poker disciplines, among which, just like in the star-studded GGMillion$ tournament, we will find elite poker fighters.

South Korean Wooram Cho took the chip lead, but they are also waiting for their chance Argentine star Jose Ignacio Barbero aka Nacho, the holder of the record number of WSOP cashouts Roland Israelashvili from the USA, the German Ole Schemion or the former Swedish online phenomenon Viktor “Isildur” Blom. In the table below you can find the entire final lineup of event #10 – WSOPE 8-Game Mix, the complete program of WSOPE 2023 can be found here.

WSOPE 2023 8-Game Mix: Final Lineup

Name Surname Earth Chip count
Wooram Cho Korea, Republic of 604000
Dainius Antanaitis Lithuania 497000
Massimiliano Fishermen United States 355000
Jose Ignacio Barbero Argentina 296000
Maurizio Melara Italy 289000
Ian Christopher Bradley United Kingdom 248000
Daniel Hubble Germany 231000
Vladimir Troyanovskiy Russian Federation 198000
Roland Israelashvili United States 190000
Jorge Ufano Pardo Spain 186000
Alexander Dovzhenka Russian Federation 185000
Jerry Tommy Oedeen Sweden 175000
Ole Schemion Germany 157000
Yannick Alexandre Pablo Jobin Switzerland 155000
Bernd Reich Germany 151000
Carl Viktor Bloom Sweden 145000
Ioannis Angela Konstas Greece 135000
Wing Po Liu China 128000
Yan Shing Tsang China 116000
Oleksia Kovalchuk Ukraine 115000
Michael Rodrigues Pires Santos Portugal 100000
Hok Yiu Lee China 90000
Patrick Raffetseder Germany 81000
Renji Mao China 32000

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