Lauck Wins Second Bracelet in GGPoker WSOP Online Monster Stack
- Jonas Lauck outclassed a field of 1,797 entries in the Monster Stack event
- This win gave Lauck a second WSOP bracelet
- Justin Bonomo is ahead in chips as the Super MILLION$ High Roller
The World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online Series continues on GGPoker and multiple bracelets have been awarded so far, the latest of which went to Jonas Lauck who won Event #6: $800 Monster Stack.
The German poker pro topped a field of 1,797 entries to claim $173,224 in top prize and his second gold bracelet.
Lauck won his first bracelet three years ago when he took down a $1,500 Super Turbo Bounty event at the 2019 WSOP for $260,335, outclassing a 1,867-entry field.
Final Table Results
A total of 36 players returned on Day 2 of the tournament to battle it out for the crown and only nine players reached the final table. The first to bust was start-of-day chip leader Ioannis Konstas who finished in 9th place for $17,332. Next to go were Rafael “OpalaPreto” Monteiro and Rodrigo “sauvage” Valente, both from Brazil, who claimed the 8th ($23,100) and 7th ($30,804) spots respectively.
Two Norwegian players were eliminated next – Simon Mattsson who finished 6th for $41,078, and Yngve Steen who earned $54,778 for his 5th-place finish. The final table was whittled down to just three players with the exit of Sweden’s Anton “Kingtale” Wigg who collected $73,047 in 4th-place prize. Brazilian poker pro Yuri Dzivielevski failed in his bid to win a second bracelet after he was eliminated in 3rd place for $97,410.
Lauck and Belarusian player Ilya Anatski entered heads-up play and in the end, it was Lauck who emerged victorious, adding another title to his WSOP record. Anatski took home $129,899 for finishing second.
Lauck has had significant success at the WSOP, with over $900,000 of his career earnings coming from the series. He also cashed in multiple events at the 2022 WSOP live festival in Las Vegas, including a 9th-place finish in a $5,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em event. The German poker pro also reached the money in the $1,500 MILLIONAIRE Maker.
Other Highlights this Week
Meanwhile, all eyes are on the final action of the Super MILLION$ $10,300 High Roller with Justin Bonomo leading the pack. Popular high-stakes pros Artur Martirosian, Mark Radoja, Niklas Astedt and Lucio Lima are also in contention for the top prize.