Big Winners of the Week (Jan. 31

This week’s Giant Winners took down all kinds of occasions, each on-line and offline, in the United States and throughout Europe. Main the pack this week is Marius Gierse, who bagged himself a GGPoker Tremendous Tens of millions name and greater than $1.2 million after attaining his 7th ultimate desk within the tournament. In the meantime, Stefan Nemetz proved that point, willpower, and somewhat lend a hand from considered one of Germany’s excellent gamers will pay dividends, whilst Tim Chung installed a career-best efficiency to win the most important GUKPT primary tournament in historical past. With those spectacular performances and extra to recap, listed below are CardsChat’s Giant Winners of the week finishing Feb 6.


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Marius Gierse

Tremendous Tens of millions
GGPoker

$1,242,190

Germany’s Gierse is a normal in GGPoker’s $10,300 MTT and, previous to Monday’s victory, he’d notched up six ultimate tables with two runner-up finishes. It seemed as even though he used to be heading in the right direction to make it 3 close to misses when he misplaced the chip result in Diego Zeiter. Then again, enjoy and a hurry of playing cards prevailed after all. Two pair were given the activity achieved within the ultimate hand to earn Gierse his first Tremendous Tens of millions name and a seven-figure payday.


Stefan Nemetz

(Symbol: Poker Code)

Stefan Nemetz
‘BoBomb14’

Venom
Americas Cardroom

$782,062

Nemetz, a graduate of Pokercode’s Grindhouse, laid waste to all in his trail on Thursday. ACR’s first Venom of 2022 fell wanting expectancies, however 3,782 gamers nonetheless paid $2,650 for a shot at $10 million. Thursday’s ultimate desk began with a deal. The general 8 every locked up 50% ICM break up, that means everybody would get no less than $151,000. That wasn’t sufficient for Nemetz. Even if he’d in the past best gained $7,413 on Americas Cardroom, he’s a scholar of German professional Fedor Holz. The teachings of his mentor have obviously paid off because the Austrian cruised to victory and secured the most important win of his profession.


Jeremy Ausmus

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Jeremy Ausmus

PokerGo Cup
Aria On line casino

$263,250

Ausmus, a Las Vegas-based professional, gained the $15K tourney on the PokerGo Cup sooner or later after completing runner-up to Jake Daniels within the $10K tournament. He got here to the general desk 5th in chips, however jumped up the ladder simply half-hour into the day’s motion when he hit travel 10s in opposition to pocket aces and pocket jacks in a large, three-way pot. That modify in fortune helped propel Ausmus to victory.


Tim Chung

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Tim Chung

GUKPT London Major Match
Grosvenor Victoria

£185,560
($250,861)

Chung secured the most important win of his profession on Sunday, and he did it by means of beating the biggest-ever GUKPT main event field. 700 and two gamers anted up within the £1,100 ($1,485) London showdown closing week, however best 9 made the general desk. Chung began the finale in entrance, however a chain of missteps noticed him drop to 5th. Regardless of being a money recreation participant who, in his personal phrases, has gained greater than $1 million, Chung seemed each and every bit the match professional as he composed himself and regained his place prior to occurring to protected his first GUKPT name.


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David Marshall

“Yr of the Tiger”
LA Poker Vintage
Trade On line casino

$66,335

The LAPC smashed another guarantee over the weekend when its “Yr of the Tiger Match” drew greater than 2,000 gamers to create a prize pool of $491,760 — greater than 5x greater than the match’s $88,888 ensure. David Marshall began the Day 2 finals as the large chip chief, and he rode that massive stack all of the technique to a heads-up take care of Nam Trinh. Marshall took house greater than $66,000, in addition to the distinguished LAPC Remington trophy. That is Marshall’s second-biggest match money of his poker profession. 


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Angelina Wealthy

Red Chip Bounty
Global Collection of Poker Circuit
Isle On line casino, Pompano Park, Florida

$22,885

Wealthy took first position within the WSOPC’s $1,700 Red Chip Bounty tournament, incomes her first profession WSOPC gold ring. This nifty money is a brilliant victory for the girl from Down Below, however slightly eeks into her most sensible 5 greatest wins. She in the past gained the $1,100 MSPT Deepstack Extravaganza for $304,386 along with securing a couple of different wins within the $20k and $50k vary. The win takes Wealthy’s profession income to greater than $611K and places her in ninety fifth position on Australia’s all-time cash checklist, according to Hendon Mob.


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Jake Liebeskind

Fortunate Pink Envelope Bounty
$7,775
+
Pot-Restrict Omaha 8
$6,345
LA Poker Vintage
Trade On line casino

$14,120 Mixed

Ultimate week noticed the first two-time Remington winner of the 2022 LAPC, and amazingly, he completed the feat in back-to-back occasions. Native grinder Jake Liebeskind began his successful techniques off by means of successful the Fortunate Pink Envelope Bounty Match honoring the Chinese language New Yr. In that tournament, each and every bounty earned after the cash hit used to be rewarded with a random bounty, starting from $100 to $5,000. Liebeskind gained $7,775 that night time, and the next day, he completed on most sensible of a four-way chop within the $400 Pot-Restrict Omaha 8 Match, incomes any other $6,345.


Daniel Smyth, Amanda Botfeld, Bob Pajich, and Kevin Taylor all contributed to this record. Know a large winner we overlooked? tips@cardschat.com

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