WCOOP 2017: veeea's win headlines Day 3

Three more results come in with familiar names in the win column. Meanwhile there's a new leader in the fledgling Player of the Series contest as four more events get started today.


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The headlines from the day in WCOOP

Artem "veeea" Vezhenkov is the biggest winner of the day, both in the amount won and as a familiar name in the world of online results. He won Event #6, picking up a first prize of $97,389 along with another $100,000 worth of bounties.

Elsewhere there were wins for Pascal "Päffchen" Hartmann in Event #5 as well as josip1313 in Event #7, which was good enough to put him second on the leader board (more on that later).


Box scores from Day 3

WCOOP-05-H: $215 Pot-Limit Omaha [6-Max] results
Entries: 1,165
Prize pool: $233,000
Places paid: 143

1. Pascal "Päffchen" Hartmann (Austria) $37,014.66
2. Schinken777 (Germany) $25,966.63
3. *FlipMyJinx* (Denmark) $18,216.40
4. Pucuttnyul (United Kingdom) $12,779.39
5. Mr_Giiba (Netherlands) $8,965.16
6. torscotr06 (Canada) $6,289.34


WCOOP-06-H: $1,050 NLHE (Progressive KO)
Entries: 1,221
Prize pool: $1,221,000 ($610,500 regular, $610,500 bounty)
Places paid:

1. Artem "veeea" Vezhenkov (Russia) $97,389.47 (+ $100,514.32 in bounties)
2. PSMozak (Bulgaria) $70,710.30 (+ $13,514.41 in bounties)
3. Jâmes (Brazil) $51,340.05 (+ $4,687.50 in bounties)
4. Adrian "Amadi_017" Mateos (United Kingdom) $37,275.97 (+ $16,164.07 in bounties)
5. sleepnot (Latvia) $27,064.68 (+ $3,937.50 in bounties)
6. Alen "lilachaa" Bilic (Bosnia and Herzegovina) $19,650.59 (+ $4,093.75 in bounties)
7. Jussi "calvin7v" Nevanlinna (Finland) $14,267.56 (+ $10,718.75 in bounties)
8. elmerixx (Finland) $10,359.14 (+ $3,562.50 in bounties)
9. Andreas "daskalos20" Christoforou (Cyprus) $7,521.36 (+ $2,437.50 in bounties)


WCOOP-07-H: $530 NLHE [8-Max]
Entries: 1,180
Prize pool: $590,000
Places paid: 143

1. josip1313 (Croatia) $93,988.27
2. Powergolf (Denmark) $68,038.50
3. Tomi "elmerixx" Brouk (Finland) $49,253.55
4. s3c3_1978 (Russia) $35,654.99
5. GooDrone (South Korea) $25,810.96
6. Poeira4 (Netherlands) $18,684.76
7. Maxi "Pachila25" Gallardo (Argentina) $13,526.04
8. 444446 (Lebanon) $9,791.58
9. Mahon 32 (Brazil) $7,746.34




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Current leader board standings

Elmerixx goes top of the Leader Board with 125 points, five ahead of Event #7 winner Josip1313. You can see the top ten listed below, with countries noted in Portuguese for reasons we don't quite understand...


Leader board - 6 Sept 2017.jpgWCOOP leader board 6 September 2017

Don't forget you can check out the leader board in full on the WCOOP homepage.


Coming up on Wednesday

Four more events get started today while three more conclude.


Starting today:

WCOOP-11: $1,050 NL 5-Card Draw, $50K Gtd
WCOOP-12: $1,050 NLHE [6-Max, Shootout], $200K Gtd
WCOOP-13: $1,050 PLO8 [6-Max], $150K Gtd
WCOOP-14: $215 NLHE, $250K Gtd


Concluding today:

WCOOP-08: $215+R NLHE, $300K Gtd
They'll be 37 players returning when this one resumes at 4pm (11am ET) with Unkn0wn123 of Uruguay leading the field. There's $94,000 awaiting the winner with the final table expected to start around three hours in.

WCOOP-09: $530 NLHE [Half Price Super Tuesday], $1M Gtd
There's a little more work to do in this event with 101 players returning when play restarts at 7pm (2pm ET). _pauL€FauL_ leads with plenty of big names left in the field to keep things interesting. There's a first prize of nearly $200,000 awaiting one of them.

WCOOP-10: $1,050 Stud Hi/Lo, $150K Gtd
Down to just 11, this event restarts at 8pm (3pm ET) with gunnersfun leading. Bryn Kenney, Adam "Adamyid" Owen and Mike "goleafsgoeh" Leah make up just some of the opposition. The winner will walk away with more than $32,000.

WCOOP-11: $1,050 NL 5-Card Draw, $50K Gtd
This event starts today and finished today, making it relatively quick one. It kicks off at 2:30pm (9:30am ET) and plays down to a winner, with the final table expected to start at around midnight (7pm ET).

You can find details of each of these events on the WCOOP homepage as well as details on how to play and/or win your seat to every WCOOP Main Event.


Other distractions...

MPC27 Red Dragon action: Alongside WCOOP this week is the Red Dragon event taking place in Macau. It's Day 2 over there with live updates from the tournament room on the Blog. Click here to follow our coverage.


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