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There was more online poker action at the GGPoker tables on August 3rd as three more WSOP Online events unfolded. Two of those resulted in winners as Malaysia’s Paul Teoh and Lithuania’s Vladas Burneikis made it onto the list of 2020 WSOP Online bracelet winners. Day 2 of the Millionaire Maker closed out as well, confirming the final table of nine players.

Malaysia’s Paul Teoh had his first WSOP gold achievement after taking Event #47: $1,000 Short Deck No-Limit Hold ’em for $88,202 and a WSOP gold bracelet at GGPoker. The victory came about one week after Mexico’s Lev Gottlieb was victorious in the $10,000 Short Deck bracelet event.

Prior to 2020, Teoh’s only WSOP experience came from his trips to the WSOP Europe in 2018 and 2019 at King’s Resort. There, he took five cashes in bracelet events in three different poker variants.

His last final cash came when he finished 10th in a short-deck event, the 2019 WSOPE Event #13: €2,500 No-Limit Short Deck Hold ’em for €8,322 ($9,256).

Teoh was given a run for his money when he made it to the final table, having to go up against Mike Watson.

Watson is considered by many to be one of the best tournament players who has never won a WSOP bracelet, and the streak continued as he was beaten by Teoh. He has taken over $12 million in live cashes and an additional $6 million in online tournament cashes, putting him in sixth place in the world.

Another big winner was Vladas Burneikis, who received his first World Series of Poker bracelet. After six hours, he won Event #49: $500 Turbo Deepstack No-Limit Hold ’em on GGPoker.

Burneikis won $192,523 and a WSOP Europe package worth $15K. He beat a field of 2,978 players in the quickly unfolding event.

Millionaire Maker Final Table

Day 2 of Event #49: $1,500 Millionaire Maker closed out with nine players remaining. The day kicked-off with 1,041 players, and the biggest stack through the final table were held by Danel Dvoress, just under 100 million chips.

The second and third highest chip stacks go to Alejandro “pepealas” Caridad and Neville “NevSlater” Endo Costa, with about 64 million chips and 43 million chips, respectively.

Dvoress is 5th on the Canadian money list, with earnings over $15 million. He was near the top of the counts throughout most of the final part of the day, eventually making a push at 11 handed. The highly impressive player made it to the final table after eliminating “Bot Marley” in 11th and Manuel “robocup” Ruivo in 10th.

The remaining nine players are each guaranteed $107,671, but there is still a lot of money up for grabs. There will be two millionaires by the end of the event, with the winner receiving $1,489,289 and a WSOP gold bracelet.

The excitement is set to continue with some of the top players going up against each other. The final table will take place on Saturday, August 8th, starting with Level 29. Play will continue until there is a champion.