The 2020 World Series of Poker Online continued on GGPoker on Tuesday with Event #35: $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship attracting a 328-entrant field that created a $1,558,000 prize pool. Finish pro Juha Helppi topped the field to collect the $290,286 first-place and his second WSOP bracelet. On the money bubble there
Finnish poker superstar Jens Kyllonen has done it again! Last night Kyllonen defeated fellow countryman Eelis Parssinen heads up on partypoker to claim his second Poker Masters Online PLO Series win earning him another $200,000. By finishing second, Parssinen now holds the overall championship lead with five events left to
Sam Soverel limped the button and Jens Kyllonen called in the small blind. From the big blind, Ben Tollerene raised to 20,000 and both Soverel and Kyllonen called. The flop fell [5d7c3c] and after Kyllonen checked, Tollerene bet 20,000. Soverel called and Kyllonen folded as the turn fell the [7s]. Tollerene bet
Jens Kyllonen limped in from under the gun and partypoker pro Ludovic Geilich called the button. Cary Katz completed the small blind and George Wolff checked his option. The flop landed [3h9h4d] and both Katz and Wolff checked to Kyllonen who bet 13,000. Geilich called, and Katz folded, but Wolff check-raised
(Hand detailed by George Wolff) With the final board reading [5d3cKs7c9c], George Wolff had his [AcTc6h4c] tabled in front of him as Jens Kyllonen exited the tournament area. Wolff detailed that Kyllonen was all in on the turn holding the same straight with [6x4x], but when Wolff improved to a flush on
On a board of [5d2c7dKc] with 20,000 in the middle, George Wolff checked from the small blind and Jens Kyllonen bet 18,000 from the big blind. From under the gun, partypoker pro Ludovic Geilich called, and then Wolff folded. The river landed the [Ac] and Kyllonen checked. Geilich bet 42,000, and Kyllonen
Cary Katz opened to 6,000 on the button and Jens Kyllonen defended his big blind. The [7hTs5h] flop checked through to reveal the [Js] on the turn. Kyllonen checked, Katz bet 10,000, and Kyllonen released.