WCOOP Day 11 Roundup

The Top online poker pros were at it again on Day 11 of the PokerStars World Championship Of Online Poker, with Adam “simmsux” Geyer and Angel Guillen both making the same final table. Jim “Mr_BigQueso” Collopy also had a successful day by finishing fourth in the 8-game championship.

Guillen was the only PokerStars Team Pro to have a good day at the office as the rest of them were pretty much shut out in the tournaments that they played in. We are sure though that they will be back for vengeance in the remaining days of the WCOOP.

$1,050 NLHE Day 2 Event 29

Regular online poker pro Adam “simmsux” Geyer had a good couple of days in this event and eventually managed to finish as the runner up. The event attracted a very healthy field of 1,422 players which contributed to a prize pool of $1.4 million.

This was a re-buy event so we had plenty of players buying back in on Day 1 including such names as Daniel Negreanu, Ana Marquez, Liv Boeree and George Danzer.

Only 82 players managed to survive from Day 1 but some of those were very known poker pros, players of note include Griffin “Flush_Entity” Benger, Angel Guillen and GrabMaki. The latter actually started Day 2 as the chip leader, yet GrabMaki could only manage to finish in 28th place.

Eventually it got down to heads up between Geyer and Illini213, of which the latter triumphed.

The Final Standings:

1. Illini213 – $225,490

2. Adam “simmsux” Geyer – $194,000

3. Kukuchanel – $134,947

4. GripDsNutz – $96,696

5. H.Oussale – $70,389

6. Superfizzy – $56,169

7. Angel Guillen – $41,949

8. Stanman420 – $27,729

9. Lille London – $15,357

$215 NLHE (Ante Up) Event 30

This interesting format of poker has no blind increases but instead has an ante that increases and it is proving to be a popular new variation. There were in total 1,091 players who registered for this event which included the likes of Daniel Negreanu, Sandra Naujoks, Christopher “el grillo” de Leon and Johnny Lodden.

Again in this event all of the PokerStars Team Pros were eliminated fairly early leaving it the other online grinders to battle it out for the bracelet. In fact the only established name to make the final table was Joao Paulo “Ponga80” Aquino.

He entered the final table with an average stack but played well to eventually get heads up with the eventual winner GermanBraine.

Here Are The Final Standings:

1. GermanBraine – $38,141

2. 2. Ponga80 – $27,711

3. 3. Ulileo – $20,729

4. 4. Limaron – $15,492

5. 5. Aduobe4 – $10,910

6. 6. PICKLED EGG – $8,728

7. 7. MaxBNuts – $6,546

8. 8. Helst66 – $4,364

9. 9. ProfPanik – $2,509