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The online version of the World Series of Poker has now completely migrated to GGPoker. Players from all over the world have an opportunity to compete for gold bracelets and lucrative cash prizes. The last four exciting events that took place on the platform are events #61, #62, #63, and #64. Let’s take a look at each of these.

Event #61: $300 Monster Stack

Alexander Stacey from the UK managed to take down Event #61: $300 Monster Stack NLHE 6-Handed. He won his first bracelet, along with a cash prize of $127,660. A total of 3,491 entries were recorded in this event, creating the prize pool of $973,989. Stacey faced Craig Lecompte from the US, who managed to win $99,552.

Other players who made it to the final table are Sami Koivuneva, Arnaud Enselme, Michael Schwartz, Hui Wang, Steve O’Dwyer, Wai Ching Cheang, and Tal Herzog.

Event #62: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha

PLO lovers had an opportunity to watch this mixed tournament taken down by Bradley “DrStrange7” Ruben, who beat the field of 990 entries and won a total of $220,160. Apart from receiving a great cash prize, Ruben also won a WSOP bracelet, as well as a package for the World Series of Poker Europe. The total prize pool for Event #62: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha was $1,410,750.

Other players who were part of the final table were Dorel Eldabach, Jens Lakemeier, Naman Madan, Blaz Zerjav, Sami Kelopuro, Patrick Serda, and Tal Peretz.

Event #63: $500 Mini Main Event

The Mini Main Event was sort of an introduction to the main event of the tournament, and Ivan Zufic was the one to celebrate in the end, winning a total of $843,460. This event welcomed 15,205 players who created the prize pool of $7,222,375 – more than $2 million on top of the guaranteed $5 million. Zufic faced Suraj Mishra from India in the heads-up play, but Mishra had to settle for the consolation prize of $586,157.

Other players who made it to the very end were Daniel Neilson, Daniel Saugspier, Oleksii Kravchuk, Derek Miller, Troy Mclean, Royal Pek, and Fedor Kruse.

Event #64: $840 Turbo Bounty No Limit Hold’em

Kartik “Mandovi” Ved from India managed to top Event #64: Turbo Bounty No Limit Holdem, which lasted for a bit over six hours. He received the regular prize of $131,461, as well as $102,972 in bounties, meaning his total payout was $234,433. Ved faced the Russian player called Konstantin Maslak, who won a total of $118,791.

Other players that made it to the final table were Javier Fernandez, Tim West, Dan Borlan, Jon Clark, Felipe Ramos, Ricardo Da Silva, and Guergui Gantchev.

The World Series of Poker continues to break all records on the web, as tens of thousands of players are actively taking part in all sorts of events that take place on GGPoker and