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Natural8 GGSeries 2020s: enteente tops Day 8; CallthePolice scores six figures; mach 5 retard wins Phased Event; WooKah widens lead

Sunday at the Natural8 GGSeries 2020s brought a flood of 38 thousand entries as another 50 games completed. It was the hottest day yet with a massive $ 4,772,300 paid out. Combining these incredible numbers with the previous days’ tally, the series has now drawn over 240,700 entries with over $ 20.97 million awarded.

The festival kicked off on April 5 and will run until April 26. On the plate is a guaranteed $50 million. There was certainly no shortage of top stories on Day 8. Check out our picks. For those just signing on, in addition to the GGSeries games are cash tables galore with buy ins suitable for every type of player.

entente runs hot to pocket the most at Day 8

The only multi winner was player enteente who came out crushing two High Roller events. enteente collected a combined $ 137,795 to become the largest earner of Day 8. enteente also entered the top 100 of the GGSeries 2020s Leader Board in 39th rank.

A great start for enteente on GGNET – Source Sharkscope

GGS 132-HR: $5K
Guarantee: $200,000
Entries: 60
Prize pool: $ 285,000
ITM: 8 places

Payouts
1st enteente – Austria – $ 88,556.40
2nd Karalius – Croatia – $ 55,730.12
3rd notsureif – Austria – $ 42,162.64
4th HONEYDETECTED – UK – $ 31,898.14
5th HogFish333 – Switzerland – $ 24,132.54
6th vivaegipto – Mexico – $ 18,257.47
7th PocketJah – Canada – $ 13,812.69
8th CallthePolice – Canada – $ 10,450

GGS 125-HR: $2.5K
Guarantee: $150,000
Entries: 85
Prize pool: $ 201,875
ITM: 11 places

Payouts
1st enteente – Austria – $ 49,238.70
2nd escobarry – Belgium – $ 37,507.68
3rd PocketJah – Canada – $ 28,571.61
4th ME BOll – New Zealand – $ 21,764.52
5th ninoboys80 – Albania – $ 16,579.20
6th Multi Account – Canada – $ 12,629.25
7th Aladjinn – Hungary – $ 9,620.39
8th Gabi OOGNA – Austria – $ 7,328.36
9th Jisssses – Hungary – $ 6,631.93
10th jueeeepucha – Mexico – $ 6,001.68
11th HogFish333 – Switzerland – $ 6,001.68

CallthePolice scores six figures at the Sunday Main High Roller

Player CallthePolice made a killing at the Sunday Main High Roller tier, grabbing the only six figure tournament payout of the day. To date, this event – excluding the Phased Event – was the wealthiest at $ 494K. CallthePolice also cashed at a later event for a combined $ 123,590.21 plenty enough to become the day’s second biggest earner.

GGS 129-HR: $5K Sunday Main
Guarantee: $200,000
Entries: 104
Prize pool: $ 494,000
ITM: 15 places

Final table payouts
1st CallthePolice – Canada – $ 113,140.21
2nd neymar – Moldova – $ 85,191.13
3rd Trashdawg – Albania – $ 64,146.39
4th Multi Account – Canada – $ 48,300.30
5th babatalzeubi – Argentina – $ 36,368.67
6th Richard Reid – Canada – $ 27,384.49
7th Jadeito – UK – $ 20,619.70
8th Karalius – Croatia – $ 15,526.02
9th Wayneo – UK – $ 13,694.81

mach 5 retard ships the $500K GTD Phased Event

After striking a heads up deal with runner up Outchea at the GGS Phased $ 500K GTD, player mach 5 retard found the path to victory. Entering Day 2, mach 5 retard was running second in chips to player Igutu who finished in a respectable 5th place. Overall Day 8 shined on mach 5 retard, qualifying in the GGS Phased $ 750K GTD and finishing 10th at the GGS 134A-H: $1K Turbo (also listed below).

GGS Phased $ 500K GTD – Final Table

The GGS Phased $ 500K GTD attracted 2,747 entries over 23 heats. The final heat dragged in the most runners with 391 scrambling to get in. In the end, it formed a colorful final table of players hailing from different nations.

Guarantee: $ 500,000
Entries: 2,747
Prize pool: $ 651,700
ITM: 368 places

Final table payouts
1st mach 5 retard – Canada – $ 61,397.56 (deal)
2nd Outchea – Netherlands – $ 64,098.25 (deal)
3rd jerbi99999 – Malta – $ 60,101.88
4th TerryTate – Austria – $ 60,115.12
5th Igutu – India – $ 25,182.86
6th MontePacis – Lithuania – $ 18,106.70
7th CheckEtoFold – Ukraine – $ 13,018.88
8th WaitANDplay – Brazil – $ 9,360.69
9th gr1nd3rrr – Switzerland – $ 6,730.43

GGS 134A-H: $1K Turbo
Guarantee: $50,000
Entries: 80
Prize pool: $ $ 76,000
ITM: 11 places

Payouts
1st shahter98 – Russia – $ 18,536.95
2nd keves-esh – Israel – $ 14,120.54
3rd mach 5 retard – Canada – $ 10,756.37
4th goodluckfish13 – Pakistan – $ 8,193.70
5th Babasupersonic – Argentina – $ 6,241.58
6th shi it to da fish – Canada – $ 4,754.54
7th Tit-tea – Canada – $ 3,621.79
8th SpeedMoreSpeed – Austria – $ 2,758.91
9th TEET1ME – Canada – $ 2,496.72
10th PocketJah – Canada – $ 2,259.45
11th Unfortunate-Jim – Malta – $ 2,259.45

J@mesB0nd earns over $89K at the Omaha Main Event High Roller tier

The Omaha Main Event High Roller tier generated the biggest prize pool seen for this event so naturally, it paid out huge. J@mesB0nd outlasted the 44 entries for an $89K payday. This was the second largest single tournament payout of Day 8.

GGS 127-HR: $5K Omaha Main Event
Guarantee: $150,000
Entries: 44
Prize pool: $ 209,000
ITM: 5 places

Payouts
1st J@mesB0nd – UK – $ 89,156.02
2nd DraganGalic – Austria – $ 52,677.99
3rd danielnegroni – Ukraine – $ 33,157.85
4th ninoboys80 – Albania – $ 20,871.01
5th SasukeUchiha – Canada – $ 13,137.13

WooKah continues to widen the lead

For the seventh consecutive day, player WooKah sits high above the GGSeries Leader Board pack. At Day 8, WooKah built up a cushion of 2,778.93 points to nearest challenger FuTimReilly. WooKah achieved this by bringing home a win and four cashes.

GGS 131-H: $250

GGS 131-H: $250
Guarantee: $100,000
Entries: 575
Prize pool: $ 132,250
ITM: 98 places

Final table payouts
1st WooKah – Germany – $ 23,310.84
2nd Uraizelfold – Turkey – $ 16,916.34
3rd blackcoffee – Canada – $ 12,276.18
4th Resolve – Canada – $ 8,908.82
5th HelloGG1 – Malta – $ 6,465.13
6th ElioZ_ – Germany – $ 4,691.74
7th flushtr8ed – Canada – $ 3,404.80
8th talonpro – Thailand – $ 2,470.86

GGS 131-HR: $2.5K
Guarantee: $150,000
Entries: 74
Prize pool: $ 175,750
ITM: 11 places

Payouts
1st KathyLehne – Canada – $ 42,866.63
2nd tooothpick – Canada – $ 32,653.75
3rd FuTimReilly – Luxembourg – $ 24,874.10
4th TuucJenji888 – Canada – $ 18,947.94
5th WooKah – Germany – $ 14,433.66
6th PrettyPuff – Canada- $ 10,994.88
7th Jisssses – Hungary – $ 8,375.40
8th enteente – Austria – $ 6,379.98
9th UthinkUgood? – Canada – $ 5,773.68
10th PagoPagoPago – Canada – $ 5,224.99
11th Wayneo – UK – $ 5,224.99

GGS 123-HR: $1K
Guarantee: $100,000
Entries: 111
Prize pool: $ 105,450
ITM: 15 places

Payouts
1st LlinusLLove – Canada – $ 21,918.26 (deal)
2nd Tastynuts – Canada – $ 20,417.93 (deal)
3rd WooKah – Germany – $ 13,692.78

GGS 133-H: $500 Omaha Turbo
Guarantee: $30,000
Entries: 86
Prize pool: $ 40,850
ITM: 11 places
Winner: Babasupersonic – Argentina – $ 9,963.64

Notables:
10th WooKah – $ 1,214.45

GGS 135-H: $500
Guarantee: $30,000
Entries: 113
Prize pool: $ 53,675
ITM: 15 places
Winner: swissmongol – Canada – $ 12,293.18

Notables:
2nd PocketJah – Canada – $ 9,256.34
4th WooKah – Germany – $ 5,248.01

One more notch up for SasukeUchiha

While WooKah holds court up top of the Leader Board, SasukeUchiha has been on the chase the past three days. SasukeUchiha moved from 7th to 4th, and now into 3rd. To climb up the notch, SasukeUchiha commanded at the Omaha events, winning the GGS 127-H: $500 Omaha Main Event and nearly claiming a second at the GGS 134A-HR: $5K Omaha.

GGS 127-H: $500 Omaha Main Event
Guarantee: $40,000
Entries: 114
Prize pool: $ 54,150
ITM: 15 places
Winner: SasukeUchiha – Canada – $ 11,118.75 (deal)
2nd Battle Angel – Malta – $ 10,621.47 (deal)

6th TuucJenji888 – Canada – $ 3,001.76
7th Tastynuts – Canada – $ 2,260.23
10th Babasupersonic – Argentina – $ 1,324.11

GGS 134A-HR: $5K Omaha
Guarantee: $100,000
Entries: 30
Prize pool: $ 142,500
ITM: 4 places

Payouts
1st Jisssses – Hungary – $ 54,167.16 (deal)
2nd SasukeUchiha – Canada – $ 49,263.65 (deal)
3rd GambleOrDaslt? – Mexico – $ 24,197.45
4th Los rattos – Austria – $ 14,871.74

Strong runs for Never_Play_With_Me at the Low and Mid tier Omaha Main Event

Another Omaha Main Event winner to commend was Never_Play_With_Me who claimed the Low tier. Impressively, Never_Play_With_Me also finished 20th at the Omaha Main Event Mid tier.

GGS 127-L: $5 Omaha Main Event
Guarantee: $3,000
Entries: 792
Prize pool: $ 3,643.20
ITM: 125 places

Final table payouts
1st Never_Play_With_ Mve – Ukraine – $ 619.46
2nd husokunesli – Switzerland- $ 449.18
3rd Intuit47 – UK – $ 325.97
4th Mike-X – Canada – $ 236.56
5th SenorBuca – $ 171.67
6th dondindon – Russia – $ 124.58
7th kleibiza – Moldova – $ 90.40
8th harely4joker – Israel – $ 65.61
9th nathan kush – Israel – $ 47.61

GGS 127-M: $50 Omaha Main Event
Guarantee: $50,000
Entries: 390
Prize pool: $ 17,940
ITM: 63

Final table payouts
1st Shining – Singapore – $ 3,252.46
2nd LALODERMC – Germany – $ 2,383.84
3rd rsneyebrws – Canada – $ 1,747.35
4th Oblom0ff – Russia – $ 1,280.80
5th JoeblackA – Chile – $ 938.82
6th rumuzum_1 – Turkey – $ 688.15
7th JaccoMacacco – Canada – $ 504.41
8th Lev1983 – Germany – $ 369.73
9th Belliatori – Croatia – $ 271.01

20th Never_Play_With_Me – $ 138.13 (won the Low tier of the Omaha Main Event)

Checking up on LLinusLLove

Remember LlinusLLove? LlinusLLove crushed the series opening day to earn the top spot in the Leader Board. However, on the ensuing days, LlinusLLove slipped down as others overtook. For the second consecutive day, LlinusLLove held at 10th rank. The day’s achievements include a win at one of the $ 1K High Roller events and 3rd at a similar event to earn over $ 40K.

GGS 123-HR: $1K
Guarantee: $100,000
Entries: 111
Prize pool: $ 105,450
ITM: 15 places

Payouts
1st LlinusLLove – Canada – $ 21,918.26 (deal)
2nd Tastynuts – Canada – $ 20,417.93 (deal)
3rd WooKah – Germany – $ 13,692.78
4th IAmZeCaptainNow – Croatia – $ 10,310.25
5th Jun.N – Japan – $ 7,763.31
6th HONEYDETECTED – UK – $ 5,845.53
7th VaPaCooler – Uruguay – $ 4,401.51
8th Greenfold 25 – Brazil – $ 3,314.20
9th shahter98 – $Russia – $ 2,923.31
10th StephenEdwards19 – UK – $ 2,578.53
11th Golden snitch – UK – $ 2,578.53
12th Multi Account – Canada – $ 2,578.53
13th LE CLIENT – Brazil – $ 2,578.53
14th SpeedMoreSpeed – Austria – $ 2,274.40
15th KathyLehne – Canada – $ 2,274.40

GGS 130-H: $1K
Guarantee: $100,000
Entries: 165
Prize pool: $ 156,750
ITM: 23 places

Final table payouts
1st JosephFrizzl – Netherlands – $ 31,559.70
2nd RealRaw – Canada – $ 24,053.14
3rd LlinusLLove – Canada – $ 18,332.11
4th Blackness – Canada – $ 13,971.83
5th Trashdawg – Albania – $ 10,648.65
6th justhavingfun – Austria – $ 8,115.87
7th vivaegipto – Mexico – $ 6,185.52
8th twentytwo22 – Canada – $ 4,714.31
9th BeautyRat – Russia – $ 3,593

Largest prize pool per tier

Lots of cash flowing on Sunday. Here’s a look at the tiered events that paid out the most.

GGS 129-HR: $5K Sunday Main
Guarantee: $200,000
Entries: 104
Prize pool: $ 494,000
ITM: 15 places
Winner: CallthePolice – Canada – $ 113,140.21

GGS 129-H: $500 Sunday Main
Guarantee: $200,000
Entries: 621
Prize pool: $ 294,975
ITM: 89 places

Final table payouts
1st YankeeDoodleDandy – Canada – $ 51,580.52
2nd Polocherik – Ireland – $ 37,808
3rd Tastynuts – Canada – $ 27,713.13
4th FALBONATION – Canada – $ 20,313.65
5th S.Crosby – Canada – $ 14,889.86
6th Veresoo – Russia – $ 10,914.25
7th Rasalhague – Hungary – $ 8,000.10
8th thefuckingwolf – Thailand – $ 5,864.07
9th Brtz – Russia – $ 4,298.34

-This is currently the largest paying High tier event of the series

GGS 130-M: $125
Guarantee: $125,000
Entries: 1,141
Prize pool: $ 131,215
ITM: 197 places
Winner: Rogdiush – Finland – $ 10,721.70

Largest field per tier

As always, the Mid and Low tiers brought many out of the woodwork. For Day 8, it was the Sunday Main attracting a very big crowd. Heavy field as well at the High tier with over 800 and 111 at the High Roller.

GGS 129-L: $5 Sunday Main
Guarantee: $15,000
Entries: 2,771
Prize pool: $ 15,000
ITM: 467 places

Final table payouts
1st rabbithat – New Zealand – $ 2,179.44
2nd just one tournament – Russia – $ 1,539.48
3rd Stanislav Alekhin – Russia – $ 1,088.58
4th ludoman_poker – Russia – $ 769.74
5th chalnikal – Pakistan – $ 544.29
6th carry36 – China – $ 384.87
7th Gleam – Turkey – $ 272.14
8th luckyslot88 – Indonesia – $ 192.43
9th Pongolian – UK – $ 136.07

GGS 129-M: $50 Sunday Main
Guarantee: $100,000
Entries: 2,429
Prize pool: $ 111,734
ITM: 395 places

Final table payouts
1st Thommy Shelby – Brazil – $ 16,461.31
2nd VapeNation – Lithuania – $ 11,732.29
3rd Rak Bulbul – Israel – $ 8,363.18
4th luckykaky – Ukraine – $ 5,961.56
5th Clj_Crazy – Argentina – $ 4,249.61
6th talonpro – Thailand – $ 3,029.26
7th pejerrey09 – Argentina – $ 2,159.36
8th YURBUSTO – Austria – $ 1,539.26
9th Glitch in the Matrix – India – $ 1,097.23

GGS 125-H: $250
Guarantee: $20,000
Entries: 804
Prize pool: $ 184,920
ITM: 125 places
Winner: Heyzeus – Albania – $ 28,420.75 (deal)
2nd Babasupersonic – Argentina – $ 25,797.02 (deal)

GGS 123-HR: $1K
Guarantee: $100,000
Entries: 111
Prize pool: $ 105,450
ITM: 15 places
Winner: LlinusLLove – Canada – $ 21,918.26 (deal)
2nd Tastynuts – Canada – $ 20,417.93 (deal)

Top 5 bounty hunters

Bounty events continue to be very popular. Games were abundant and fields booming. Here’s a look at the top 5 head slashers of Day 8. Ranked by bounties won.

GGS 123-L: $1.05 Bounty [6-Max]
Guarantee: $3,000
Entries: 2,284
Prize pool: $ 3,000
Winner: He…Ideaa – Brazil – $ 355.78 includes 232 bounties worth $.50 each

GGS 123-M: $10.50 Bounty Hyper [6-Max]
Guarantee: $17,500
Entries: 1,945
Prize pool: $ 19,450
Winner: ROBIN777 – China – $ 2,389.17 includes 186 bounties worth $ 5 each

GGS 136-L: $1.05 Bounty
Guarantee: $1,000
Entries: 762
Prize pool: $ 1,000
Winner: Kopcap72 – Russia – $ 182.45 includes 152 bounties worth $ .50 each

GGS 123-H: $105 Bounty Hyper [6-Max]
Guarantee: $50,000
Entries: 646
Prize pool: $ 64,600
Winner: keves-esh – Israel – $ 12,562.14 includes 138 bounties worth $ 50 each

GGS 128A: $210 Bounty Special
Guarantee: $150,000
Entries: 910
Prize pool: $ 182,000
Winner: MAMOHT_T – Russia – $ 28,652.62 includes 136 bounties worth $ 100 each

Other High Roller results

GGS 136A-HR: $5K

GGS 135-HR: $5K
Guarantee: $ 150,000
Entries: 38
Prize pool: $ 180,500
ITM: 5 places

Payouts
1st UthinkUgood? – Canada – $ 76,998.40
2nd Multi Account – Canada – $ 45,494.62
3rd PrettyPuff – Canada – $ 28,636.32
4th Jisssses – Hungary – $ 18,024.96
5th -MortenVM- UK – $ 11,345.70

GGS 136A-HR: $5K
Guarantee: $100,000
Entries: 27
Prize pool: $ 128,250
ITM: 4 places

Payouts
1st stefanos1 – Greece – $ 57,653.77
2nd TuucJenji888 – Canada – $ 35,433.97
3rd PocketJah – Canada – $ 21,777.70
4th Trashdawg – Albania – $ 13,384.56

GGS 136-HR: $1K Hyper
Guarantee: $25,000
Entries: 41
Prize pool: $ 38,950
ITM: 5 places

Payouts
1st Kapitein Plus – Poland – $ 16,615.46
2nd SpeedMoreSpeed – Austria – $ 9,817.26
3rd coronaire – Germany – $ 6,179.41
4th Toilet_Water – Canada – $ 3,889.59
5th JonBonesJones – Canada – $ 2,448.28

GGS 134-H: $525 Bounty Hyper [6-Max]
Guarantee: $30,000
Entries: 71
Prize pool: $ 35,500
Winner: jueeeepucha – Mexico – $ 12,443.99 includes 30 bounties worth $ 250 each

Sunday Special and Starter results

It wasn’t just the Sunday Mains attracting players, the Sunday Specials and Starters were just as popular with each one pulling in easily over 1,500 entries.

GGS 126: $88 Sunday Special
Guarantee: $100,000
Entries: 1,571
Prize pool: $ 127,188.16
ITM: 269 places
Winner: Jaszczur – Poland – $ 16,875.55 (deal)
2nd unconquer3d – New Zealand – $ 16,348.61 (deal)

GGS 124: $55 Sunday Special
Guarantee: $75,000
Entries: 1,736
Prize pool: $ 87,841.60
ITM: 287 places

Final table payouts
1st Hyperking – Germany – $ 11,348.15 (deal)
2nd shipalin – UK – $ 11,498.23 (deal)
3rd Chainsaw – UK – $ 6,870.51
4th White Baron – Russia – $ 4,939.96
5th designed2win – Brazil – $ 3,551.88
6th Weizen – Germany – $ 2,553.83
7th jksisme – India – $ 1,836.23
8th HAZ3PURPLE – Russia – $ 1,320.27
9th MafMuseau – Mexico – $ 949.28

GGS 122: $33 Sunday Special
Guarantee: $40,000
Entries: 1,639
Prize pool: $ 49,760.04
ITM: 269 places
Winner: FortunataSon – Hong Kong – $ 7,562.12

Starter results

GGS 121-M: $20 Starter
Guarantee: $30,000
Entries: 1,637
Prize pool: $ 30,120.80
ITM: 269 places
Winner: SudyMoncada – Mexico – $ 4,578.42

GGS 121-L: $2 Starter
Guarantee: $4,000
Entries: 2,143
Prize pool: $ 4,000
ITM: 359 places
Winner: golan20 – Israel – $ 596.97

GGS 121-H: $200 Starter
Guarantee: $75,000
Entries: 387
Prize pool: $ 75,000
ITM: 63 places
Winner: Demonio Navarro – Malta – $ 13,596.38

GGS Phased: $500, $750K GTD results

The next GGS Phased event got underway. Buy in for this one was $500 with a guaranteed $ 750K. Below are the early qualifiers.

GGS Phased: $500, $750K GTD [Day 1 Turbo]
Time: 5:30
Entries: 48
Advanced to Day 2: 7 players
Chip leader: OtterPop – Canada – 596,142
Prize pool: $ 42,750

GGS Phased: $500, $750K GTD [Day 1 Turbo]
Time: 8:05
Entries: 42
Advanced to Day 2: 8 players
Chip leader: NeverGambol – Lithuania – 569,828

Somuchpoker will continue to track the Natural8 GGSeries 2020s. Check back with us for the daily recaps.

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Triccia David has long experience as a recreational poker player and has been covering poker events since 2010 for numerous outfits. She spent a year working part time with Poker Portal Asia and later became the editor and writer for all event coverage of the Philippine Poker Tour (PPT). Under the PPT, she overlooked content for their website, and produced live updates on all their events. In addition, she served as the live blogger for several other major events in the Philippines. Currently, she is in charge of events reporting for Somuchpoker.

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