The final tournament of the 2020 GGPoker World Series of Poker Online Bracelet Events has determined a champion and it was all wrapped up in tidy two and a half hours. That’s all it took for Connor Drinan to claim his maiden bracelet in Event #83: $10K WSOP Super MILLION$ after he defeated Daniyar Aubakirov in heads-up.
Thanks to 899 total entries, the tournament had easily surpassed the $5 million guarantee and two millionaires were crowned out of the prize pool of $8,720,300. Drinan’s victory came with a big payday of $1,423,049 which in fact surpassed the total WSOP earnings he had to date. Aubakirov had to settle for just $1,041,414 and missed out on a maiden bracelet for his home country of Kazakhstan.
|1||Connor Drinan||United States||$1 423 049|
|2||Daniyar Aubakirov||Kazakhstan||$1 041 414|
|3||Viktor Ustimov||Russia||$755 754|
|4||Chris Oliver||United States||$548 450|
|5||Sylvain Loosli||France||$398 010|
|6||Suraj Mishra||India||$288 836|
|7||Christopher Kruk||Canada||$209 609|
|8||Arsenii Malinov||Russia||$152 113|
|9||Kenneth Smaron||United States||$110 389|