WCOOP 2015: Big win for tobi123456 while Mike "goleafsgoeh" Leah wins second bracelet

We're into Day 10 of WCOOP 2015. Here's the latest update with 26 of 70 events now completed.


Today's highlights:

--MaPuHo4Ka09 wins Event #24, the Sunday Warm-Up special edition, for a first prize of more than $150,000.
--tobi123456 win the 8-max High Roller worth more than $650,000, plus a WCOOP bracelet to add to a SCOOP.
--Mike "goleafsgoeh" Leah, switches live success for online, winning Event #27 and his second WCOOP bracelet.


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Round up of latest results

The Sunday Warm Up is typically big, but turn it into a WCOOP and things get crazy. The beneficiary this time was MaPuHo4Ka09, who earned a first prize of $150,000. Read the full report by Jason Kirk on the PokerStars Blog.

Then there was the 8-max High Roller, with a prize pool of $3.4 million from which eventual winner tobi123456 took an enormous $654,500. As Pauly McGuire reported, the competition was fierce but the stakes high, with Andrew "RunThisTable" Lichtenberger finishing second.

Finally popular pro Mike "goleafsgoeh" Leah won his second WCOOP bracelet in Event #27. Leah has more than $4.7 million in live tournament earnings, as well as success online. This win was worth $28,432 to the Canadian, plus $8,794 in bounties. Heath Chick has the full report.

Here are the scores in full:


Event #24, $215 No-Limit Hold'em (Sunday Warm-Up SE)
Entrants: 6,190
Prize pool: $1,238,000
Places paid: 810

1. MaPuHo4Ka09 (Ukraine) $150,338.68*
2. majster88 (Poland) $115,190.50*
3. Z-ENERGIES (United Kingdom) $118,585.92*
4. Martin "nizmo jiz" Kozlov (Australia) $125,631.40*
5. ValterBr@nco (Brazil) $52,615
6. KillerNorbit (New Zealand) $40,235
7. rSMig (Canada) $27,855
8. TrondheimAAA (Norway) $15,475
9. ItourAdAStra (Hungary) $9,904
* denotes results of a four-way deal


WCOOP-25: $10,300 NL Hold'em (8-Max, Optional Re-Entry, High-Roller)
Entrants: 340 (300 entries; 40 re-entries)
Prize Pool: $3,400,000
Places Paid: 48

1. tobi123456 (Germany) $654,500.00
2. Andrew "RunThisTable" Lichtenberger $484,500.00
3. Alexandros "mexican222" Kolonias $365,500.00
4. Billy "b8chatz" Chattaway (United Kingdom) $263,500.00
5. Tomatee (Uruguay) $178,500.00
6. ICEMAN2710 (Russia) $127,500.00
7. elmerixx (Finland) $93,500.00
8. whereisdonny (Thailand) $76,500.00


WCOOP-27: $215 PL Omaha (6-Max, Progressive Super-Knockout)
Entries: 1,777 

Prize pool: $355,400

Places paid: 228

1. Mike "goleafsgoeh" Leah (Canada) $28,432.42 (+ $8,794.49 in bounties)
2. 75TGI (Germany) $21,324.00 (+ 6,787.46 in bounties)
3. Jonas "Palsgaard1" Palsgård Christensen (Denmark) $15,993.00 (+ $3,709.36 in bounties)
4. Orjan "Aftret" Skommo (Norway) $10,662.00 (+ in $1,858.58 bounties)
5. Mayu "marroca5" Roca (Colombia) $7,108.00 (+ in $3,044.52 bounties)
6. youngblood51 (Germany) $4,193.72 (+ in $3,521.08 bounties)



For all the WCOOP 2015 results so far, check out our aptly named WCOOP results page, which also has links to all final table reports.

Coming up today


Three more events to start, three more to finish...

Today
Event 30: PL 5-Card Omaha Hi/Lo (6-max, 2R1A) 11.00 ET
Event 31: NL Hold'em (Super Tuesday SE) 14.00 ET
Event 32: FL Omaha Hi/Lo Championship (8-max) 17.00 ET

Playing to a finish today
Event 26: NL Hold'em (Sunday Million SE) 9 of 3,418 remaining.
Event 28: NL Hold'em (6-max) 26 of 2014 remaining
Event 29: 7 Card Stud Championship, 14 of 138 remaining


Leader board

RuiNF leads for a second day, although the gap to second place was narrowed by Aftret of Norway, who finished fourth in Event #27.


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Get all the leader board standings for WCOOP 2015 right here


Tweet of the day


Fact of the day

William "B8chatz" Chattaway fell short of a Triple Coop in Event 24. But the $263,500 he won for fourth place was the largest of any UK player so far in WCOOP 2015.


On to Day 11

WCOOP 2015 continues until Sunday September 27 and the Main Event. Find out everything there is to know about the Championship on the WCOOP homepage, and good luck to everyone taking part. Send us your thoughts and comments to us on Twitter: @PokerStars Blog.


Stephen Bartley is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.

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