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Natural8 GGSeries 2020s: WooKah continues to shine high; Brazil’s Felipe Ramos wins one

Natural8 GGSeries 2020s completed another batch of games to pump out 57 winners and over $2.1 million in prizes. In just two days, the series has paid out over $ 6 million. The event is scheduled to run until April 26 with $50 million guaranteed.

The day’s top story went to WooKah for claiming a third High Roller win. He now takes pole position in the GGSeries 2020s Leader Board.

Among the other highlights was GGPoker Ambassador, Felipe Ramos, who closed the day strong with three cashes and one win. Have a read below on the second round of online action. 

Third High Roller win for WooKah

GGS 034-HR: $5K – Final table

Player WooKah continued to impress adding another High Roller win to make it three total. Prior to that event, WooKah cashed at the GGS 026-HR: $5K Daily Main and GGS 033-HR: 5K to bring his combined High Roller earnings for the day to over $110K. This also moved WooKah to the top spot in the GGSeries 2020s Leader Board overtaking LInusLLove. 

GGS 034-HR: $5K
Guarantee: $50,000
Entries: 29
Prize pool: $137,750
ITM: 4 places

Payouts
1st WooKah – Germany – $61,924.41
2nd RickDaltonR – Mexico – $38,058.71
3rd FkTheseGuysBro – Canada – $23,390.87
4th Richard Reid – Canada – $14,376.01

GGS 033-HR: $5K
Guarantee: $100,000
Entries: 33
Prize pool: $156,750
ITM: 5 places

Payouts
1st Richard Reid – Canada – $66,867.03
2nd The_Answer – Mexico – $39,508.49
3rd WooKah – Germany – $24,868.38
4th RickDaltonR – Mexico – $15,653.25
5th FkTheseGuysBro – Canada – $9,852.85

GGS 026-HR: $5K Daily Main

WooKah finished 5th at this event but all the celebratory applause went to Shark Bait for pocketing the single largest win of over $90k. 

Guarantee: $100,000
Entries: 61
Prize pool: $289,750
ITM: 8 places

Payouts
1st Shark Bait – Canada – $90,032,34
2nd Jissses – Hungarly – $56,658.96
3rd Richard Reid – Canada – $42,865.35
4th RickDaltonR – Mexico – $32,429.77
5th WooKah – Germany – $24,534.75
6th TheProfessional – Canada – $18,561.76
7th Le Flaneur – Canada – $14,042.90
8th tucano00 – Brazil – $10,624.17

FuTimeReilly jumps up five spots in the Leader Board

After the opening round of games, FuTimeReilly was ranked 8th in the GGSeries 2020s Leader Board. With another load played, FuTimeReilly jumped five spots into 3rd rank just below LInusLLove. Among FuTimeReilly’s latest accomplishments were two 2nd place finishes and 20th at the Daily Main High tier.

GGS 029-HR: $2.5K
Guarantee: $80,000
Entries: 48
Prize pool: $114,000
ITM: 6 places

Payouts
1st KathyLehne – Canada – $43,565.06
2nd FuTimReilly – Netherlands – $26,787.72
3rd PerfectDisguis – Canada – $17,992.60
4th mach 5 retard – Canada – $12,085.16
5th The_Answer – Mexico – $8,117.29
6th FkTheseGuysBro – Canada – $5,452.17

GGS 033-H: $500
Guarantee: $30,000
Entries: 76
Prize pool: $36,100
ITM: 11 places

Final table payouts
1st yowzer – New Zealand – $8,805.08
2nd FuTimeReilly – Netherlands – $6,707.25
3rd TrickyTricky – Canada – $5,109.27
4th royro – Israel – $3,892
5th Felipe Ramos – Brazil – $2,964.75
6th Tastynuts – Canada – $2,258.40
7th tormento – Germany – $1,720.35
8th OnTheFlow – Argentina – $1,310.48
9th wilderbrito – Brazil – $1,185.94

GGPoker Ambassador Felipe Ramos wins the GGS 033-M: $50 event

Felipe Ramos GGS 033M

One of the last events of the day was the GGS 033-M: $50 with GGPoker Ambassador, Felipe Ramos, stirring up the action. Down to the final table, 350 tuned in to catch the  pro in action on Twitch. While holding the chip lead, Ramos faced ratdog319 at heads up. He surged to a 3:1 advantage on a failed bluff attempt by ratdod319. After paying out two double ups, Ramos won the third showdown, out-kicking his opponent to seize the win. Ramos also played the High tier of this event and finished in 5th place. He reached ITM in a total of five events at the ongoing series.

GGS 033-M: $50
Guarantee: $10,000
Entries: 210
Prize pool: $10,000
ITM: 35 places
Winner: Felipe Ramos – Brazil – $1,955.68 (GGPoker Ambassador)

GTOwannabe joins the multi-winner club

Player GTOwannabe made his presence felt at the $55 Daily Special by powering through the 1,107 field to claim the win. If that wasn’t enough, GTOwannabe followed it up with a second victory. The field was smaller but the competition was just as stiff as 265 challenged for the Daily Main High tier top prize of $24K. GTOwannabe entered the GGseries Leader Board top 100 in 13th rank. 

GGS 026-H: $500 Daily Main
Guarantee: $100,000
Entries: 265
Prize pool: $125,875
ITM: 39 places

Final table payouts
1st GTOwannabe – Austria – $24,004.53
2nd FKTheseGuysBro – Canada – $17,852.54
3rd StephenEdwards19 – UK – $13,277.32
4th t0602 – Switzerland – $9,874.61
5th Unfortunate-Jim – Malta – $7,343.96
6th Donghong Wan – Japan – $5,461.85
7th bh9999 – Canada – $4,062.09
8th -MortenVM- – UK – $3,021.07
9th JukeZonYou – Austria – $2,246.83

GGS 021: $55 Daily Special

Guarantee: $50,000
Entries: 1,107
Prize pool: $56,014.20
ITM: 179
Winner: GTOwannabe – Austria – $9,089.47

High Roller results

GGS 034-HR: $1K Hyper
Guarantee: $20,000
Entries: 26
Prize pool: $24,700
ITM: 4 places 

Payouts
1st JosephFrizzI – Netherlands – $11,103.70
2nd TEET1ME – Canada – $6,824.32
3rd SakMaDaka – Ukraine – $4,194.22
4th elnovillo – Germany – $2,577.76

GGS 028-HR: $1K Omaha
Guarantee: $25,000
Entries: 64
Prize pool: $60,800
ITM: 8 places

Payouts
1st somebodyelse – Kazakhstan – $14,928.93 (deal)
2nd einelinie – Germany – $15,852.23 (deal)
3rd BillGate$ – Poland – $8,994.69
4th 1CrackSucht1 – Chile – $6,804.93
5th babatalzeubi – Argentina – $5,148.27
6th EP2019 – Netherlands – $3,894.92
7th UknowWhoIam – Uruguay – $2,946.70
8th KeijjoKonvehti – Finland – $2,229.33

GGS 027-H: $1K
Guarantee: $100,000
Entries: 118
Prize pool: $112,100
ITM: 17 places
Winner: UknowWhoIam – Uruguay – $24,570.79

GGS 024-HR: $1K
Guarantee: $75,000
Entries: 120
Prize pool: $114,000
ITM: 17 places

Payouts
1st MuckMuckC – Germany – $23,936.02 (deal)
2nd Jadeito – UK – $ 20,058.64 (deal)
3rd RoosterBooster – Canada – $14,458.68
4th Krissyb24 – Canada – $10,998.52
5th stevenb86 – Canada – $8,366.43
6th OoonggZai – Singapore – $6,364.23
7th Unfortunate-Jim – Malta – $4,841.18
8th TEET1ME – Canada – $3,682.62
9th somebodyelse – Kazakhstan – $2,801.32
10th PabloPotatoe – Austria – $2,461.03
11th BillGate$ – Indonesia – $2,461.03
12th Golden snitch – UK – $2,461.03
13th Richard Reid – Canada – $2,461.03
14th bh9999 – Canada – $2,162.06
15th Flyn1000 – Canada – $2,162.06
16th PPX55 – Finland – $2,162.06
17th AmzeCaptainNow – Croatia – $2,162.06

Largest field

There were two events with over 2000 players making them the largest of the second day. The ruler of that category was the GGS 024-K: $1 with 2,346 entries however it was still short of the guarantee resulting in an overlay. 

GGS 024-L: $1
Guarantee: $2,500
Entries: 2,346
Prize pool: $2,500
ITM: 395 places
Winner: DieHardJayFan – Canada – $370.47

Daily Mains

The Daily Mains drew plenty of attention with the Mid and Low tiers attracting easily over 1000 players. We’ve listed down the final table results below. 

GGS 026-M: $50 Daily Main

GGS 026-M: $50 Daily Main – Final Table

Guarantee: $50,000
Entries: 1,137
Prize pool: $52,302
ITM: 197 places

Final table payouts
1st t0602 – Switzerland – $8,267.62
2nd YOSHInr1 – Netherlands – $5,943.80
3rd accidentalM – China – $4,273.64
4th LuckyMax18 – Belarus – $3,072.78
5th YuDabao4 – Croatia – $2,209.35
6th CarlosMatosBCC – Japan – $1,588.54
7th Dostoevsky – Japan – $1,142.17
8th Neel – India – $821.23
9th relentless – Poland – $590.47

GGS 026-L: $5 Daily Main
Guarantee: $7,500
Entries: 1,734
Prize pool: $7,976.40
ITM: 287 places

Final table payouts
1st aykusss – Turkey – $1,208.68
2nd DM the Best – Russia – $867.68
3rd Octoo – Singapore – $623.87
4th dzidq – Malta – $448.57
5th TownPortal – Poland – $322.52
6th BAH9I – Ukraine – $231.89
7th boombuboom – Israel – $166.73
8th headsupjun – China – $119.99
9th fokgan – India – $86.19

Daily Specials

Just as popular were the two Daily Specials pulling in over 1000 entries each. The $55 Daily Special won by GTOwannabe is listed above. That event drew 1,107 entries. Below are the other results. 

GGS 023: $88 Daily Special
Guarantee: $80,000
Entries: 1,014
Prize pool: $81,093.44
ITM: 161 places
Winner: DaleTheWhale – UK – $13,455.51

GGS 019: $33 Daily Special
Guarantee: $30,000
Entries: 1,098
Prize pool: $33,335.28
ITM: 179 places
Winner: millionaire27kk – Ukraine – $5,409.66

Starter Events

Another highlight of the series which players will see run daily are the tiered Starter events. The High tier experienced a small overlay while the other two tier obliterated their guarantees. 

GGS 018-H: $200 Starter
Guarantee: $50,000
Entries: 257
Prize pool: $50,000
ITM: 44 places
Winner: somebody444 – Russia – $7,926.85 (deal)
2nd royro – Israel – $7,018.08 (deal)
3rd YuDabao4 – – Croatia – $6,836.25 (deal)

GGS 018-M: $20 Starter
Guarantee: $15,000
Entries: 1,318
Prize pool: $24,251.20
ITM: 215 places
Winner: flipitin – UK – $3,406.47 (deal)
2nd TheLastHit – Vietnam – $3,118.41 (deal)

GGS 018-L: $2 Starter
Guarantee: $2,000
Entries: 2,273
Prize pool:  $4,1818.23
ITM:  377 places
Winner: gergi111 – Russia – $621.27

Phased Events

Another three starting heats of the GGS Phased: $250 buy in $500K GTD tournaments completed for a total of 5 held. This collected a combined 400 entries and $95,950. Currently, 51 players are into Day 2. Listed below are the latest results. 

GGS Phased: $250, $500K GTD Day 1
Time: 21:00
Entries: 84
Advanced to Day 2: 8 players
Chip leader: Peleus34 – Hong Kong – 1,120,367

GGS Phased: $250, $500K GTD [Day 1] Time: 1:00
Entries: 173
Advanced to Day 2: 24 players
Chip leader: mach 5 retard – Canada – 941,226

GGS Phased: $250, $500K GTD [Day 1 Turbo] Time: 4:00
Entries: 54
Advanced to Day 2: 8 players
Chip leader: imhoary94 – Vietnam – 737,380

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

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Triccia David

Triccia David

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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