“shkolota148” Turns $50 Into $116K and 50/50 Series Main Event Title
February 09, 2021 Matthew Pitt The PokerStars 50/50 Series concluded in the early hours of...

February 09, 2021 Matthew Pitt The PokerStars 50/50 Series concluded in the early hours of February 9 when the Main Event crowned its champion. Belarusian “shkolota1488” was the last player standing and they turned their $50 into a massive $116,625 score. 50/50 Series Main Event Final Table Results PlacePlayerCountryPrize 1shkolota1488Belarus$116,625* 2rattydeGermany$86,588* 3UnknownplayerrrMorocco$85,275* 4Kot_SpartacRussia$47,044 5spaschGermany$33,535 6George “kelevra561” KatsakosGreece$23,905 7JK-GuRRuNEAAHungary$17,040 8Paddel1896Germany$12,147 9LilBigKahunaEstonia$8,658 *reflects a three-handed deal There were those who thought PokerStars had gone a little crazy when they announced the 50/50 Series Main Event featured a $1 million guaranteed despite the tournament only costing $50 to enter. That guarantee wasn’t only hit, it was well-beaten by some $290,961 thanks to 19,502 unique entrants purchasing 8,902 re-entries between them. All but one of the nine players who navigated their way through the majority of the 28,404-strong crowd saw a five-figure prize wing its way to their PoekrStars account. Estonia’s “LilBigKahuna”, a talented player with more than $1.2 million in PokerStars cashes, busted in ninth and collected $8,658. Stars Join Simpsons’ Voice Actor Hank Azaria in Charity Home Game Eighth place and $12,147 went “Paddel1896”, one of three Germans who reached the 50/50 Series Main Event final table. “JK-GuRRuNEAA” of Hungary and Greek star George “kelevra561” Katsakos ran out of steam in seventh and sixth-place respectively. Those finishing position awarded prizes of $17,040 and $23,905, which is pretty ridiculous for a $50 buy-in. “spasch”, another of the German contingent at the final table, busted in fifth for $33,535 before seasoned Russian pro “Kot_Spartac” added $47,044 to the more than $6 million he’s already won from online poker tournaments. The final three players discussed a deal and those discussions bore fruit. That deal resulted in “Unknownplayerrr” taking home $85,275 instead of the advertised $65,996. “shkolota1488” and the last German in the field, “rattyde”, battled heads-up in a fight for the title and the $10,000 extra prize money set aside for the champion as per the tournament’s rules. Shklota1488 defeated their opponent to lock up a massive $116,625 prize, leavng the runner-up to scoop $86,588. Spin & Go Your Way to a PokerStars Sunday Million Seat Get Ready For the MicroMillions Marathon MicroMillions Marathon is right up your street if you love to play several tournaments at once. This mini-festival takes place between February 11 and February 14 yet manages to cram in 107 events with combined guarantees in excess of $3 million! Stay tuned to PokerNews as we bring you more juicy details on what will be a marathon-like grind if you decide to play all the events. Sign Up to PokerStars and Grab a $600 Bonus Download PokerStars via PokerNews to get your hands on a lucrative welcome bonus worth up to $600. Create your free PokerStars account, make a deposit using the bonus code "STARS600" and PokerStars matches your deposit 100 percent up to $600. In fact, your first three deposits in the first 60-days after creating your account are matched up to a combined $600. You then have four months to release as much of this bonus as you can by playing real money poker, including cash games, tournaments, and even Spin & Go tournaments. The Stars Group is a majority shareholder in Oddschecker Global Media, the parent company of PokerNews
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