Another wild week at the virtual tables. Oh, and ship it to Norway! Only five players in history won seven bracelets for Norway, but Trygve 'FullSendWig' Leite etched his name in Norwegian gambling history books for eternity. Only a handful of Norwegians shipped bracelet events including Thor Hansen, Annette Obrestad, and Espen Sandvik. Thor Hansen, the Godfather of Scandi Poker, won two bracelets.
Korea's Seungmook '7high' Jung bubbled the final table in tenth place.
The final table for Event #75 featured players from eight different countries including a pair of Americans playing abroad... Trygve 'FullSendWig' Leite, Emanuele "BudSpencer" Monari, Anjali "Iwanashipit" Agrawal, Eliyahu "yaldon" Elyshiv, Gregory "C0bb" Ronaldson, Paul "Pistolero99" Lozano, Jiahuan "brahms" He, David "Stoic123" Mitchell, and Connor Drinan.
Norway and Italy battled heads-up for the double stack bracelet. Trygve 'FullSendWig' Leite came out on top and the Norwegian banked $130,100 for the victory and he earned his first bracelet victory.
Italy's Emanuele 'BudSpencer' Monari exited in second place,which paid $101,292 for a runner-up finish. Not too shabby, eh?
Among the notables who went deep and cashed in WSOP Online Event #75 included... Chris Moorman, Ivan Deyra, Kazuki Ikeuchi, Pat Mahoney, Adrian Buckley, Rob Hollink.
Meanwhile... WSOP Online Event #78 $1,000 Turbo NL 6-Handed attracted 1,910 runners in the expedited 6-max affair. The top 278 places paid out with nearly $260K set aside to the champ.
Soo Jo "choleeek89" Kim bubbled the final table in seventh place.
The final table for Event #78 Turbo included... Niko "niNohR" Koop, Jargo "bungakat" Alavali, Robin "Kabuzzi" Berggren, Adnan "Bolazar" Hacialioglu, Andriy "smbcall911" Lyubovetskiy, Soo Jo "choleeek89" Kim, and Tim "TMay420" West.
Niko "niNohR" Koop led with 12.6M when the unofficial final table began.
Tim West hit the bricks in third place, which set up the heads up battle between Adnan "Bolazar" Hacialioglu and Robin "Kabuzzi" Berggren. Berggren's pocket sevens lost a race against Hacialioglu's Ace-Queen. The Queen of Diamonds hit the flop, Hacialioglu seized the lead, and that's all she wrote for Berggren. Hacialioglu dragged the pot with Queens up and Berggren busted in second place.
Berggren banked $197K for a runner-up finish. Not too shabby, eh?
Adnan 'Bolazar' Hacialioglu banked $259,842 for the victory, plus the bracelet.