Allan ‘Treeoflife’ wins $ 500 Turbo Deepstack waw

Allan ‘Treeoflife’ Cheung has won the latest gold bracelet awarded during the 2020 World Series of Poker Online. The Little Neck, New Yorkers overcame a field total of 1,579 entries to win a $ 500 buy-in-hold-in hold’em turstack no-limit event, earning its first piece of WSOP hardware and top prize of $ 120,083.

The tournament attracted 1,082 unique players, who collectively logged back 497 times to create a final pool prize of $ 710,550 paid out among the top 248 runners. Many of the big names involved in this fast-paced event visited the BAMBUQQ, including three-time World Poker Tour champion and two-time brcelet winner Anthony ‘heheh’ Zinno (93 – $ 1,066), Lindgren Erica ‘huckcheevers’ Lindgren (69 – $ 1,492 ), recent bracelet winner Robert ‘bustinballs’ Kuhn (40 – $ 2,416), four-time bracelet winner Brian ‘tsarrast’ Rast (33 – $ 2,913), six-time bracelet winner Daniel ‘DNegs’ Negreanu (32 – $ 2,913), and Ryan ‘Protential’ Laplante (31 – $ 2,913). It is Laplante’s 14th cash prize series, with nine consecutive finishes, one per day from July 14-22.

Louie “pongpong” Valderrama said the starting position pushed Daniel “jus” Buzgon with A Spades Suit J Heart Coat from the big blind. Buzgon has handled J Suit Diamond J Club Shirt. Valderrama took a lot of extra outs when the flop came down. K Spade Suit 7 Spade Suit 5 Spade Suit, but a pair of bricks in the turn and river locked the pot for Buzgon. Valderrama was awarded $ 21,174 as a sixth-placed finisher.

The latest WSOP $ 500 no-limit hold’em turbo event champion Terrell “heezahustla” Cheatham backed up his win at fast-paced events with another deep run in a turbo tournament. He finally gets his last chip in preflop with A Heart Suit 9 Heart Suit against A Club Shirt Q Club Shirt from Kotler, which drops the flush to leave Cheatham drawing dead. He earned $ 28,493 for making it to the top five.

With that Kotler took the chip lead into four-handed action. Altman quickly regained his lead by knocking out Buzgon ‘juice’ to fourth. Buzgon three-bet pushed Altman’s top open with pocket seven. Altman summons AJ and drops a pair of aces for the lead in the hand. Buzgon was unable to come from behind and was sent to the rails for $ 38,725.