Russian player Radmir Sadirov dragged a WSOP bracelet in …

Russian player Radmir Sadirov dragged a WSOP bracelet in …

One of the fastest WSOP final tables came to an end on Wednesday. It took Radmir “KOPOBA” Sadirov an hour and a half to win the World Series bracelet in the Shortdeck tournament and $ 169K in addition.

Little is known about the newly minted champion. He won over $ 200K in tournaments at GGPOKEROK. Prior to this drift, he rolled ABI 255 to minus $ 2.5K (281 tournaments in total). A couple of times I participated in tournaments in Sochi, however, without ITM.

Heads-up Sadirov faced WSOP bracelet winner Joao Vieira (in the title photo). A screenshot of the final distribution is attached below. Interestingly, Vieira started the final table with the sixth stack (40.6 antes). And chip leader Radmir Sabirov had 258.2 antes – almost as many as all the other players combined.

Before the start of the tournament, GG Short Deck Squad participant Denis Chufarin predicted about 80 entries to this event, but was almost twice mistaken – 144 entries were registered in the event. Denis, by the way, entered the tournament three times and took 10th place ($ 11,134).

Denis Chufarin

WSOP Finalist Payout $ 5K Short Deck

N Player Country Pay
1 Radmir “KOPOBA” Sadirov Russia $169,1K
2 Joao Vieira Portugal $122,2K
3 Yen-Liang Yao Taiwan $ 88.4K
4 Daniel Dvoress Canada $63,9
5 Dario Sammartino Italy $46.2K
6 Sam Greenwood Canada $ 33.4K
7 Мукоро “AnonAnomaly” беревбие (Mukoro Gberevbie) Ireland $24,1K

The next bracelet will be raffled off for the $ 840 6-handed Bounty NLH. The tournament started today at 20:00 Moscow time.

$ 5K WSOP Main Event Kicks Off at GGPOKEROK

There are three flights behind the $ 5K Main Event with a $ 20M guarantee. Exactly 100 players moved on to the second day. Among them are representatives of the community: Andrey “Kot_Spartac” Kotelnikov, Anatoly “nl_profit” Filatov, Sergey Denisov, Viktor Ustimov. The moscal is in the lead. Among the well-known players in the top 10 of the chip account are Pablo “pabritz” Brito Silva, David Peters, Rainer Kempe and Adrian Mateos. You can buy shares from some of the Day 2 members.

Flights start every day at 15:30 and 21:30 Moscow time. Play 15 levels 30 minutes each – go to Day 2. In total, you can play up to the first three days, but the largest stack will move on the second day.

There are 20 flights ahead (at the time of this article). To cover the tournament guarantee, you need to collect 4,210 entries. 874 entries have already been collected (17.8%).

Direct satellites to the Main Event start at $ 108. The largest satellite with a buy-in of $ 525 and a guarantee of 10 tickets starts every day at 19:06 GMT.

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