GG Spring Festival Headliner Champions Crowned; Gottlieb Wins Fourth Title

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Publish Date : 2021-04-20 05:58:54
GG Spring Festival Headliner Champions Crowned; Gottlieb Wins Fourth Title

It was another night of intense poker action on GGPoker with the continuation of the GG Spring Festival. The series, which features a line-up of 110 events across three tiers each including two $10M guaranteed tournaments, is on pace to outstrip the $185M tournament series record set by PokerStars last year.

On the penultimate weekend, PokerNews was on hand with extensive live reporting of five different events, with three winners crowned in the $400 PLO-NL Headliner-M, the $400 NLHE Headliner-M and the Bounty Hunters Main Event.

Be Part of GGPoker's Biggest Spring Series Ever

Find out more about the $150M guaranteed GG Spring Festival!

Connor Drinan Wins Headliner By Completing Epic Comeback in Record TimeConnor Drinan

The GGSF Headliner-M: $400 PLO-NL, $1M GTD saw 1,962 unique players rebuy 709 times. That meant the 2,671-entry field resulted in a $1,004,296 prize pool. On Day 2, 451 players returned to action looking to play down to a winner.

After 8.5 hours of play, it was poker pro Connor Drinan walking away with the title and accompanying $127,453 first-place prize. Drinan’s win was especially impressive given he was down to just one big blind during three-handed play, but only 10 minutes later he was the last player standing.

It was a testament to the big swings involved in a pot-limit Omaha variant that featured no-limit action after the flop.

Read More: GGPoker Launches New 'OmahaSquad'

GGSF Headliner-M: $400 PLO-NL Final Table Results PLACE PLAYER COUNTRY PRIZE 1 Connor Drinan Canada $127,453 2 Mads Amot Norway $92,150 3 Rui Ferreira Brazil $66,626 4 Kosei Ichinose Japan $48,172 5 Ami Barer Canada $34,830 6 Jin “JackLuck” Su China $25,182 7 Mark Berente Hungary $18,207

Read Full Updates on Drinan's Comeback Win

Juan Pardo Wins GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE, $2.5M GTD for $381,668Juan Pardo Dominguez

After almost nine hours of play, Juan Pardo came out on top of the GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE, $2.5M GTD. He made it through more than 9,000 Day 1 runners, and 1,365 Day 2 players to take down the top prize of more than $380,000. That was the biggest share of a prize pool that ended up at $3,403,176, well over the $2.5 million guarantee.

Pardo is no stranger to the winner's circle or big prizes. With more than $3 million in live poker winnings, this score would only rank fifth on his best live cashes. His biggest score came in 2019 at EPT Barcelona where he won the €50,000 No-Limit Hold'em for more than $1.1 million.

GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE Final Table Results PLACE PLAYER COUNTRY PRIZE 1 Juan Pardo Spain $381,668 2 v_Nistelrooy Russia $286,206 3 Elliott "gr00thedegen" Peterman United Kingdom $214,624 4 Daniel Smiljkovic Austria $160,945 5 Byron Kaverman United States $120,692 6 Anton Wigg Sweden $90,506 7 5Dinks4all Andorra $67,870 8 Joshua "IyasusSake" Gebissa Germany $50,895 9 Hazes Austria $38,166

Read Full Updates from the $400 NLHE Headliner-M

Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb Wins Fourth GGSF Title in $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event ($316,692)Lev Gottlieb Wins H-72 for $316,692

After winning three GGSF events so far, Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb has now made it four by taking down the 2021 GG Spring Festival H-72: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event for a whopping $316,692 which including an amazing $214,297 in bounties. The tournament attracted 228 unique players who reentered 89 times. This created a prize pool of $1,585,000 with 44 players cashing.

After winning H-05: $10,300 Super MILLION$ for $586,075, H-15: $10,3000 Super Tuesday for $320,729, and H-35: $10,300 PLO-NL High Roller for $199,771, Gottlieb has increased his total winnings on GGPoker to $2,210,839 which is an incredible achievement in itself. The WSOP online bracelet winner was near the top of the counts for most of the day and came into the final table second in chips to close it out in the end by defeating Chris Klodnicki heads-up.

H-72: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event Final Table Results PLACE PLAYER   BOUNTY PRIZE TOTAL 1 Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb Mexico $214,297 $102,395 $316,692 2 Chris Klodnicki United States $36,719 $102,237 $138,956 3 Gergely "Land on it!" Kulcsar Hungary $41,406 $78,467 $119,874 4 Arie Muller Germany $10,156 $60,178 $70,334 5 Sami Kelopuro Finland $11,250 $46,151 $57,401 6 Ottomar Ladva Estonia $7,188 $35,394 $42,582 7 Hannes "BlackFortuna" Speiser Austria $19,375 $27,144 $46,519 8 Anton Wigg Sweden $32,422 $20,817 $53,239 9 Darrell Goh Austria $15,469 $15,965 $31,434

Check Out Updates from Gottlieb's Fourth GGSF Win

GGSF Final Tables confirmed

Two final tables were confirmed last night in Event H-75: $25,500 Sunday 5 Million and GGPoker Spring Festival Super MILLION$ $10,300 ME-H.

Be sure to head to the PokerNews GG Spring Festival Live Reporting Hub to follow along until a winner is crowned!

Fox and Badziakouski Lead Star-Studded Sunday 5 Million Final TableElio Fox

Out of a field of 208 entries, only nine players remain in the $25,500 Sunday 5 Million to battle for the lion's share of the $5,200,000 prize pool. In order to get there, the 107 unique entries fired an extraordinary 101 re-entries and four of the finalists entered multiple times.

Elio Fox ended up as the chip leader with a stack of 3,656,185 while Mikita Badziakouski follows fewer than half a big blind behind with 3,632,732. Timofey Kuznetsov completes the overnight podium with 3,338,980 chips. Among the finalists is also Michael Zhang, who required six bullets to run up the stack and finished Day 1 with 1,833,032, good enough for the sixth position.

POSITION PLAYER COUNTRY CHIP COUNT BIG BLINDS 1 Elio Fox United States 3,656,185 73 2 Mikita Badziakouski Belarus 3,632,732 73 3 Timofey Kuznetsov Russia 3,338,980 67 4 Matthew "Nator" Hyman Mexico 2,475,159 50 5 Michel "CrossfireX" Dattani Portugal 1,929,184 39 6 Michael Zhang United Kingdom 1,833,032 37 7 Sebastian "TheodoreRhye" Trisch Germany 1,595,152 32 8 Sean Winter United States 1,271,052 25 9 Ronny Kaiser Switzerland 1,068,524 21 Joakim Andersson Leads GGSF Super MILLION$ $10,300 ME-H Final NineJoakim Andersson GGPoker Super MILLION$

In one of the biggest online poker events of the year, a field of 1,089 — across five starting flights — in the GGPoker Spring Festival Super MILLION$ $10,300 ME-H has been reduced to a final table of nine after about seven hours of Day 2 play.

The remaining players have a very handsome prize of $1,537,605 waiting the champ, with everyone having locked up $192,201.

The player who has best positioned himself for that career-defining score is Joakim Andersson. A Swedish player without much in the way of live cashes, Andersson has been a consistent force in the biggest online stuff over the past year or so, and he'll bring a very impressive stack of more than 100 big blinds into the final day.

The final table participants get the next day off before convening on Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. EDT for the live-streamed final table. Come back to PokerNews and the GGPoker channels to find out who becomes the next poker millionaire.

PLAYER COUNTRY CHIPS BIG BLINDS Joakim Andersson Tunisia 31,727,557 105 level29 India 22,041,776 73 Julian Stuer Austria 15,894,312 53 Roman "RRomashka" Emelyanov Russia 8,691,020 29 Darrell Goh Austria 8,518,257 28 Stevan "Steve Austin" Chew Indonesia 7,026,744 23 Alex Foxen Canada 6,281,784 20 Gergely "Land on it!" Kulcsar Hungary 5,797,126 19 Taylor Paur Canada 2,921,424 9 Sign Up for a GGPoker Account Through PokerNews

If you want to play in this record-setting festival, you'll need to sign up for an account at GGPoker. The great news is if you don't have an account you can help yourself to an amazing welcome package.

Simply, download GG

It was another night of intense poker action on GGPoker with the continuation of the GG Spring Festival. The series, which features a line-up of 110 events across three tiers each including two $10M guaranteed tournaments, is on pace to outstrip the $185M tournament series record set by PokerStars last year.

On the penultimate weekend, PokerNews was on hand with extensive live reporting of five different events, with three winners crowned in the $400 PLO-NL Headliner-M, the $400 NLHE Headliner-M and the Bounty Hunters Main Event.

Be Part of GGPoker's Biggest Spring Series Ever

Find out more about the $150M guaranteed GG Spring Festival!

Connor Drinan Wins Headliner By Completing Epic Comeback in Record TimeConnor Drinan

The GGSF Headliner-M: $400 PLO-NL, $1M GTD saw 1,962 unique players rebuy 709 times. That meant the 2,671-entry field resulted in a $1,004,296 prize pool. On Day 2, 451 players returned to action looking to play down to a winner.

After 8.5 hours of play, it was poker pro Connor Drinan walking away with the title and accompanying $127,453 first-place prize. Drinan’s win was especially impressive given he was down to just one big blind during three-handed play, but only 10 minutes later he was the last player standing.

It was a testament to the big swings involved in a pot-limit Omaha variant that featured no-limit action after the flop.

Read More: GGPoker Launches New 'OmahaSquad'

GGSF Headliner-M: $400 PLO-NL Final Table Results PLACE PLAYER COUNTRY PRIZE 1 Connor Drinan Canada $127,453 2 Mads Amot Norway $92,150 3 Rui Ferreira Brazil $66,626 4 Kosei Ichinose Japan $48,172 5 Ami Barer Canada $34,830 6 Jin “JackLuck” Su China $25,182 7 Mark Berente Hungary $18,207

Read Full Updates on Drinan's Comeback Win

Juan Pardo Wins GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE, $2.5M GTD for $381,668Juan Pardo Dominguez

After almost nine hours of play, Juan Pardo came out on top of the GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE, $2.5M GTD. He made it through more than 9,000 Day 1 runners, and 1,365 Day 2 players to take down the top prize of more than $380,000. That was the biggest share of a prize pool that ended up at $3,403,176, well over the $2.5 million guarantee.

Pardo is no stranger to the winner's circle or big prizes. With more than $3 million in live poker winnings, this score would only rank fifth on his best live cashes. His biggest score came in 2019 at EPT Barcelona where he won the €50,000 No-Limit Hold'em for more than $1.1 million.

GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE Final Table Results PLACE PLAYER COUNTRY PRIZE 1 Juan Pardo Spain $381,668 2 v_Nistelrooy Russia $286,206 3 Elliott "gr00thedegen" Peterman United Kingdom $214,624 4 Daniel Smiljkovic Austria $160,945 5 Byron Kaverman United States $120,692 6 Anton Wigg Sweden $90,506 7 5Dinks4all Andorra $67,870 8 Joshua "IyasusSake" Gebissa Germany $50,895 9 Hazes Austria $38,166

Read Full Updates from the $400 NLHE Headliner-M

Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb Wins Fourth GGSF Title in $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event ($316,692)Lev Gottlieb Wins H-72 for $316,692

After winning three GGSF events so far, Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb has now made it four by taking down the 2021 GG Spring Festival H-72: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event for a whopping $316,692 which including an amazing $214,297 in bounties. The tournament attracted 228 unique players who reentered 89 times. This created a prize pool of $1,585,000 with 44 players cashing.

After winning H-05: $10,300 Super MILLION$ for $586,075, H-15: $10,3000 Super Tuesday for $320,729, and H-35: $10,300 PLO-NL High Roller for $199,771, Gottlieb has increased his total winnings on GGPoker to $2,210,839 which is an incredible achievement in itself. The WSOP online bracelet winner was near the top of the counts for most of the day and came into the final table second in chips to close it out in the end by defeating Chris Klodnicki heads-up.

H-72: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event Final Table Results PLACE PLAYER   BOUNTY PRIZE TOTAL 1 Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb Mexico $214,297 $102,395 $316,692 2 Chris Klodnicki United States $36,719 $102,237 $138,956 3 Gergely "Land on it!" Kulcsar Hungary $41,406 $78,467 $119,874 4 Arie Muller Germany $10,156 $60,178 $70,334 5 Sami Kelopuro Finland $11,250 $46,151 $57,401 6 Ottomar Ladva Estonia $7,188 $35,394 $42,582 7 Hannes "BlackFortuna" Speiser Austria $19,375 $27,144 $46,519 8 Anton Wigg Sweden $32,422 $20,817 $53,239 9 Darrell Goh Austria $15,469 $15,965 $31,434

Check Out Updates from Gottlieb's Fourth GGSF Win

GGSF Final Tables confirmed

Two final tables were confirmed last night in Event H-75: $25,500 Sunday 5 Million and GGPoker Spring Festival Super MILLION$ $10,300 ME-H.

Be sure to head to the PokerNews GG Spring Festival Live Reporting Hub to follow along until a winner is crowned!

Fox and Badziakouski Lead Star-Studded Sunday 5 Million Final TableElio Fox

Out of a field of 208 entries, only nine players remain in the $25,500 Sunday 5 Million to battle for the lion's share of the $5,200,000 prize pool. In order to get there, the 107 unique entries fired an extraordinary 101 re-entries and four of the finalists entered multiple times.

Elio Fox ended up as the chip leader with a stack of 3,656,185 while Mikita Badziakouski follows fewer than half a big blind behind with 3,632,732. Timofey Kuznetsov completes the overnight podium with 3,338,980 chips. Among the finalists is also Michael Zhang, who required six bullets to run up the stack and finished Day 1 with 1,833,032, good enough for the sixth position.

POSITION PLAYER COUNTRY CHIP COUNT BIG BLINDS 1 Elio Fox United States 3,656,185 73 2 Mikita Badziakouski Belarus 3,632,732 73 3 Timofey Kuznetsov Russia 3,338,980 67 4 Matthew "Nator" Hyman Mexico 2,475,159 50 5 Michel "CrossfireX" Dattani Portugal 1,929,184 39 6 Michael Zhang United Kingdom 1,833,032 37 7 Sebastian "TheodoreRhye" Trisch Germany 1,595,152 32 8 Sean Winter United States 1,271,052 25 9 Ronny Kaiser Switzerland 1,068,524 21 Joakim Andersson Leads GGSF Super MILLION$ $10,300 ME-H Final NineJoakim Andersson GGPoker Super MILLION$

In one of the biggest online poker events of the year, a field of 1,089 — across five starting flights — in the GGPoker Spring Festival Super MILLION$ $10,300 ME-H has been reduced to a final table of nine after about seven hours of Day 2 play.

The remaining players have a very handsome prize of $1,537,605 waiting the champ, with everyone having locked up $192,201.

The player who has best positioned himself for that career-defining score is Joakim Andersson. A Swedish player without much in the way of live cashes, Andersson has been a consistent force in the biggest online stuff over the past year or so, and he'll bring a very impressive stack of more than 100 big blinds into the final day.

The final table participants get the next day off before convening on Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. EDT for the live-streamed final table. Come back to PokerNews and the GGPoker channels to find out who becomes the next poker millionaire.

PLAYER COUNTRY CHIPS BIG BLINDS Joakim Andersson Tunisia 31,727,557 105 level29 India 22,041,776 73 Julian Stuer Austria 15,894,312 53 Roman "RRomashka" Emelyanov Russia 8,691,020 29 Darrell Goh Austria 8,518,257 28 Stevan "Steve Austin" Chew Indonesia 7,026,744 23 Alex Foxen Canada 6,281,784 20 Gergely "Land on it!" Kulcsar Hungary 5,797,126 19 Taylor Paur Canada 2,921,424 9 Sign Up for a GGPoker Account Through PokerNews

If you want to play in this record-setting festival, you'll need to sign up for an account at GGPoker. The great news is if you don't have an account you can help yourself to an amazing welcome package.

Simply, download GGPoker via PokerNews and you will be awarded a huge welcome bonus with your first deposit 100 percent matched up to a maximum of $600, setting you up nicely in time for the Spring Festival.

The bonus releases into your account in $10 increments each time you earn 6,000 Fish Buffet Points, which is the equivalent of $60 in rake or tournament fees.

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It was another night of intense poker action on GGPoker with the continuation of the GG Spring Festival. The series, which features a line-up of 110 events across three tiers each including two $10M guaranteed tournaments, is on pace to outstrip the $185M tournament series record set by PokerStars last year.

On the penultimate weekend, PokerNews was on hand with extensive live reporting of five different events, with three winners crowned in the $400 PLO-NL Headliner-M, the $400 NLHE Headliner-M and the Bounty Hunters Main Event.

Be Part of GGPoker's Biggest Spring Series Ever

Find out more about the $150M guaranteed GG Spring Festival!

Connor Drinan Wins Headliner By Completing Epic Comeback in Record TimeConnor Drinan

The GGSF Headliner-M: $400 PLO-NL, $1M GTD saw 1,962 unique players rebuy 709 times. That meant the 2,671-entry field resulted in a $1,004,296 prize pool. On Day 2, 451 players returned to action looking to play down to a winner.

After 8.5 hours of play, it was poker pro Connor Drinan walking away with the title and accompanying $127,453 first-place prize. Drinan’s win was especially impressive given he was down to just one big blind during three-handed play, but only 10 minutes later he was the last player standing.

It was a testament to the big swings involved in a pot-limit Omaha variant that featured no-limit action after the flop.

Read More: GGPoker Launches New 'OmahaSquad'

GGSF Headliner-M: $400 PLO-NL Final Table Results PLACE PLAYER COUNTRY PRIZE 1 Connor Drinan Canada $127,453 2 Mads Amot Norway $92,150 3 Rui Ferreira Brazil $66,626 4 Kosei Ichinose Japan $48,172 5 Ami Barer Canada $34,830 6 Jin “JackLuck” Su China $25,182 7 Mark Berente Hungary $18,207

Read Full Updates on Drinan's Comeback Win

Juan Pardo Wins GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE, $2.5M GTD for $381,668Juan Pardo Dominguez

After almost nine hours of play, Juan Pardo came out on top of the GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE, $2.5M GTD. He made it through more than 9,000 Day 1 runners, and 1,365 Day 2 players to take down the top prize of more than $380,000. That was the biggest share of a prize pool that ended up at $3,403,176, well over the $2.5 million guarantee.

Pardo is no stranger to the winner's circle or big prizes. With more than $3 million in live poker winnings, this score would only rank fifth on his best live cashes. His biggest score came in 2019 at EPT Barcelona where he won the €50,000 No-Limit Hold'em for more than $1.1 million.

GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE Final Table Results PLACE PLAYER COUNTRY PRIZE 1 Juan Pardo Spain $381,668 2 v_Nistelrooy Russia $286,206 3 Elliott "gr00thedegen" Peterman United Kingdom $214,624 4 Daniel Smiljkovic Austria $160,945 5 Byron Kaverman United States $120,692 6 Anton Wigg Sweden $90,506 7 5Dinks4all Andorra $67,870 8 Joshua "IyasusSake" Gebissa Germany $50,895 9 Hazes Austria $38,166

Read Full Updates from the $400 NLHE Headliner-M

Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb Wins Fourth GGSF Title in $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event ($316,692)Lev Gottlieb Wins H-72 for $316,692

After winning three GGSF events so far, Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb has now made it four by taking down the 2021 GG Spring Festival H-72: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event for a whopping $316,692 which including an amazing $214,297 in bounties. The tournament attracted 228 unique players who reentered 89 times. This created a prize pool of $1,585,000 with 44 players cashing.

After winning H-05: $10,300 Super MILLION$ for $586,075, H-15: $10,3000 Super Tuesday for $320,729, and H-35: $10,300 PLO-NL High Roller for $199,771, Gottlieb has increased his total winnings on GGPoker to $2,210,839 which is an incredible achievement in itself. The WSOP online bracelet winner was near the top of the counts for most of the day and came into the final table second in chips to close it out in the end by defeating Chris Klodnicki heads-up.

H-72: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event Final Table Results PLACE PLAYER   BOUNTY PRIZE TOTAL 1 Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb Mexico $214,297 $102,395 $316,692 2 Chris Klodnicki United States $36,719 $102,237 $138,956 3 Gergely "Land on it!" Kulcsar Hungary $41,406 $78,467 $119,874 4 Arie Muller Germany $10,156 $60,178 $70,334 5 Sami Kelopuro Finland $11,250 $46,151 $57,401 6 Ottomar Ladva Estonia $7,188 $35,394 $42,582 7 Hannes "BlackFortuna" Speiser Austria $19,375 $27,144 $46,519 8 Anton Wigg Sweden $32,422 $20,817 $53,239 9 Darrell Goh Austria $15,469 $15,965 $31,434

Check Out Updates from Gottlieb's Fourth GGSF Win

GGSF Final Tables confirmed

Two final tables were confirmed last night in Event H-75: $25,500 Sunday 5 Million and GGPoker Spring Festival Super MILLION$ $10,300 ME-H.

Be sure to head to the PokerNews GG Spring Festival Live Reporting Hub to follow along until a winner is crowned!

Fox and Badziakouski Lead Star-Studded Sunday 5 Million Final TableElio Fox

Out of a field of 208 entries, only nine players remain in the $25,500 Sunday 5 Million to battle for the lion's share of the $5,200,000 prize pool. In order to get there, the 107 unique entries fired an extraordinary 101 re-entries and four of the finalists entered multiple times.

Elio Fox ended up as the chip leader with a stack of 3,656,185 while Mikita Badziakouski follows fewer than half a big blind behind with 3,632,732. Timofey Kuznetsov completes the overnight podium with 3,338,980 chips. Among the finalists is also Michael Zhang, who required six bullets to run up the stack and finished Day 1 with 1,833,032, good enough for the sixth position.

POSITION PLAYER COUNTRY CHIP COUNT BIG BLINDS 1 Elio Fox United States 3,656,185 73 2 Mikita Badziakouski Belarus 3,632,732 73 3 Timofey Kuznetsov Russia 3,338,980 67 4 Matthew "Nator" Hyman Mexico 2,475,159 50 5 Michel "CrossfireX" Dattani Portugal 1,929,184 39 6 Michael Zhang United Kingdom 1,833,032 37 7 Sebastian "TheodoreRhye" Trisch Germany 1,595,152 32 8 Sean Winter United States 1,271,052 25 9 Ronny Kaiser Switzerland 1,068,524 21 Joakim Andersson Leads GGSF Super MILLION$ $10,300 ME-H Final NineJoakim Andersson GGPoker Super MILLION$

In one of the biggest online poker events of the year, a field of 1,089 — across five starting flights — in the GGPoker Spring Festival Super MILLION$ $10,300 ME-H has been reduced to a final table of nine after about seven hours of Day 2 play.

The remaining players have a very handsome prize of $1,537,605 waiting the champ, with everyone having locked up $192,201.

The player who has best positioned himself for that career-defining score is Joakim Andersson. A Swedish player without much in the way of live cashes, Andersson has been a consistent force in the biggest online stuff over the past year or so, and he'll bring a very impressive stack of more than 100 big blinds into the final day.

The final table participants get the next day off before convening on Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. EDT for the live-streamed final table. Come back to PokerNews and the GGPoker channels to find out who becomes the next poker millionaire.

PLAYER COUNTRY CHIPS BIG BLINDS Joakim Andersson Tunisia 31,727,557 105 level29 India 22,041,776 73 Julian Stuer Austria 15,894,312 53 Roman "RRomashka" Emelyanov Russia 8,691,020 29 Darrell Goh Austria 8,518,257 28 Stevan "Steve Austin" Chew Indonesia 7,026,744 23 Alex Foxen Canada 6,281,784 20 Gergely "Land on it!" Kulcsar Hungary 5,797,126 19 Taylor Paur Canada 2,921,424 9 Sign Up for a GGPoker Account Through PokerNews

If you want to play in this record-setting festival, you'll need to sign up for an account at GGPoker. The great news is if you don't have an account you can help yourself to an amazing welcome package.

Simply, download GGPoker via PokerNews and you will be awarded a huge welcome bonus with your first deposit 100 percent matched up to a m

It was another night of intense poker action on GGPoker with the continuation of the GG Spring Festival. The series, which features a line-up of 110 events across three tiers each including two $10M guaranteed tournaments, is on pace to outstrip the $185M tournament series record set by PokerStars last year.

On the penultimate weekend, PokerNews was on hand with extensive live reporting of five different events, with three winners crowned in the $400 PLO-NL Headliner-M, the $400 NLHE Headliner-M and the Bounty Hunters Main Event.

Be Part of GGPoker's Biggest Spring Series Ever

Find out more about the $150M guaranteed GG Spring Festival!

Connor Drinan Wins Headliner By Completing Epic Comeback in Record TimeConnor Drinan

The GGSF Headliner-M: $400 PLO-NL, $1M GTD saw 1,962 unique players rebuy 709 times. That meant the 2,671-entry field resulted in a $1,004,296 prize pool. On Day 2, 451 players returned to action looking to play down to a winner.

After 8.5 hours of play, it was poker pro Connor Drinan walking away with the title and accompanying $127,453 first-place prize. Drinan’s win was especially impressive given he was down to just one big blind during three-handed play, but only 10 minutes later he was the last player standing.

It was a testament to the big swings involved in a pot-limit Omaha variant that featured no-limit action after the flop.

Read More: GGPoker Launches New 'OmahaSquad'

GGSF Headliner-M: $400 PLO-NL Final Table Results PLACE PLAYER COUNTRY PRIZE 1 Connor Drinan Canada $127,453 2 Mads Amot Norway $92,150 3 Rui Ferreira Brazil $66,626 4 Kosei Ichinose Japan $48,172 5 Ami Barer Canada $34,830 6 Jin “JackLuck” Su China $25,182 7 Mark Berente Hungary $18,207

Read Full Updates on Drinan's Comeback Win

Juan Pardo Wins GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE, $2.5M GTD for $381,668Juan Pardo Dominguez

After almost nine hours of play, Juan Pardo came out on top of the GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE, $2.5M GTD. He made it through more than 9,000 Day 1 runners, and 1,365 Day 2 players to take down the top prize of more than $380,000. That was the biggest share of a prize pool that ended up at $3,403,176, well over the $2.5 million guarantee.

Pardo is no stranger to the winner's circle or big prizes. With more than $3 million in live poker winnings, this score would only rank fifth on his best live cashes. His biggest score came in 2019 at EPT Barcelona where he won the €50,000 No-Limit Hold'em for more than $1.1 million.

GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE Final Table Results PLACE PLAYER COUNTRY PRIZE 1 Juan Pardo Spain $381,668 2 v_Nistelrooy Russia $286,206 3 Elliott "gr00thedegen" Peterman United Kingdom $214,624 4 Daniel Smiljkovic Austria $160,945 5 Byron Kaverman United States $120,692 6 Anton Wigg Sweden $90,506 7 5Dinks4all Andorra $67,870 8 Joshua "IyasusSake" Gebissa Germany $50,895 9 Hazes Austria $38,166

Read Full Updates from the $400 NLHE Headliner-M

Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb Wins Fourth GGSF Title in $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event ($316,692)Lev Gottlieb Wins H-72 for $316,692

After winning three GGSF events so far, Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb has now made it four by taking down the 2021 GG Spring Festival H-72: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event for a whopping $316,692 which including an amazing $214,297 in bounties. The tournament attracted 228 unique players who reentered 89 times. This created a prize pool of $1,585,000 with 44 players cashing.

After winning H-05: $10,300 Super MILLION$ for $586,075, H-15: $10,3000 Super Tuesday for $320,729, and H-35: $10,300 PLO-NL High Roller for $199,771, Gottlieb has increased his total winnings on GGPoker to $2,210,839 which is an incredible achievement in itself. The WSOP online bracelet winner was near the top of the counts for most of the day and came into the final table second in chips to close it out in the end by defeating Chris Klodnicki heads-up.

H-72: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event Final Table Results PLACE PLAYER   BOUNTY PRIZE TOTAL 1 Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb Mexico $214,297 $102,395 $316,692 2 Chris Klodnicki United States $36,719 $102,237 $138,956 3 Gergely "Land on it!" Kulcsar Hungary $41,406 $78,467 $119,874 4 Arie Muller Germany $10,156 $60,178 $70,334 5 Sami Kelopuro Finland $11,250 $46,151 $57,401 6 Ottomar Ladva Estonia $7,188 $35,394 $42,582 7 Hannes "BlackFortuna" Speiser Austria $19,375 $27,144 $46,519 8 Anton Wigg Sweden $32,422 $20,817 $53,239 9 Darrell Goh Austria $15,469 $15,965 $31,434

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GGSF Final Tables confirmed

Two final tables were confirmed last night in Event H-75: $25,500 Sunday 5 Million and GGPoker Spring Festival Super MILLION$ $10,300 ME-H.

Be sure to head to the PokerNews GG Spring Festival Live Reporting Hub to follow along until a winner is crowned!

Fox and Badziakouski Lead Star-Studded Sunday 5 Million Final TableElio Fox

Out of a field of 208 entries, only nine players remain in the $25,500 Sunday 5 Million to battle for the lion's share of the $5,200,000 prize pool. In order to get there, the 107 unique entries fired an extraordinary 101 re-entries and four of the finalists entered multiple times.

Elio Fox ended up as the chip leader with a stack of 3,656,185 while Mikita Badziakouski follows fewer than half a big blind behind with 3,632,732. Timofey Kuznetsov completes the overnight podium with 3,338,980 chips. Among the finalists is also Michael Zhang, who required six bullets to run up the stack and finished Day 1 with 1,833,032, good enough for the sixth position.

POSITION PLAYER COUNTRY CHIP COUNT BIG BLINDS 1 Elio Fox United States 3,656,185 73 2 Mikita Badziakouski Belarus 3,632,732 73 3 Timofey Kuznetsov Russia 3,338,980 67 4 Matthew "Nator" Hyman Mexico 2,475,159 50 5 Michel "CrossfireX" Dattani Portugal 1,929,184 39 6 Michael Zhang United Kingdom 1,833,032 37 7 Sebastian "TheodoreRhye" Trisch Germany 1,595,152 32 8 Sean Winter United States 1,271,052 25 9 Ronny Kaiser Switzerland 1,068,524 21 Joakim Andersson Leads GGSF Super MILLION$ $10,300 ME-H Final NineJoakim Andersson GGPoker Super MILLION$

In one of the biggest online poker events of the year, a field of 1,089 — across five starting flights — in the GGPoker Spring Festival Super MILLION$ $10,300 ME-H has been reduced to a final table of nine after about seven hours of Day 2 play.

The remaining players have a very handsome prize of $1,537,605 waiting the champ, with everyone having locked up $192,201.

The player who has best positioned himself for that career-defining score is Joakim Andersson. A Swedish player without much in the way of live cashes, Andersson has been a consistent force in the biggest online stuff over the past year or so, and he'll bring a very impressive stack of more than 100 big blinds into the final day.

The final table participants get the next day off before convening on Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. EDT for the live-streamed final table. Come back to PokerNews and the GGPoker channels to find out who becomes the next poker millionaire.

PLAYER COUNTRY CHIPS BIG BLINDS Joakim Andersson Tunisia 31,727,557 105 level29 India 22,041,776 73 Julian Stuer Austria 15,894,312 53 Roman "RRomashka" Emelyanov Russia 8,691,020 29 Darrell Goh Austria 8,518,257 28 Stevan "Steve Austin" Chew Indonesia 7,026,744 23 Alex Foxen Canada 6,281,784 20 Gergely "Land on it!" Kulcsar Hungary 5,797,126 19 Taylor Paur Canada 2,921,424 9 Sign Up for a GGPoker Account Through PokerNews

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It was another night of intense poker action on GGPoker with the continuation of the GG Spring Festival. The series, which features a line-up of 110 events across three tiers each including two $10M guaranteed tournaments, is on pace to outstrip the $185M tournament series record set by PokerStars last year.

On the penultimate weekend, PokerNews was on hand with extensive live reporting of five different events, with three winners crowned in the $400 PLO-NL Headliner-M, the $400 NLHE Headliner-M and the Bounty Hunters Main Event.

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Connor Drinan Wins Headliner By Completing Epic Comeback in Record TimeConnor Drinan

The GGSF Headliner-M: $400 PLO-NL, $1M GTD saw 1,962 unique players rebuy 709 times. That meant the 2,671-entry field resulted in a $1,004,296 prize pool. On Day 2, 451 players returned to action looking to play down to a winner.

After 8.5 hours of play, it was poker pro Connor Drinan walking away with the title and accompanying $127,453 first-place prize. Drinan’s win was especially impressive given he was down to just one big blind during three-handed play, but only 10 minutes later he was the last player standing.

It was a testament to the big swings involved in a pot-limit Omaha variant that featured no-limit action after the flop.

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GGSF Headliner-M: $400 PLO-NL Final Table Results PLACE PLAYER COUNTRY PRIZE 1 Connor Drinan Canada $127,453 2 Mads Amot Norway $92,150 3 Rui Ferreira Brazil $66,626 4 Kosei Ichinose Japan $48,172 5 Ami Barer Canada $34,830 6 Jin “JackLuck” Su China $25,182 7 Mark Berente Hungary $18,207

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Juan Pardo Wins GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE, $2.5M GTD for $381,668Juan Pardo Dominguez

After almost nine hours of play, Juan Pardo came out on top of the GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE, $2.5M GTD. He made it through more than 9,000 Day 1 runners, and 1,365 Day 2 players to take down the top prize of more than $380,000. That was the biggest share of a prize pool that ended up at $3,403,176, well over the $2.5 million guarantee.

Pardo is no stranger to the winner's circle or big prizes. With more than $3 million in live poker winnings, this score would only rank fifth on his best live cashes. His biggest score came in 2019 at EPT Barcelona where he won the €50,000 No-Limit Hold'em for more than $1.1 million.

GGSF Headliner-M: $400 NLHE Final Table Results PLACE PLAYER COUNTRY PRIZE 1 Juan Pardo Spain $381,668 2 v_Nistelrooy Russia $286,206 3 Elliott "gr00thedegen" Peterman United Kingdom $214,624 4 Daniel Smiljkovic Austria $160,945 5 Byron Kaverman United States $120,692 6 Anton Wigg Sweden $90,506 7 5Dinks4all Andorra $67,870 8 Joshua "IyasusSake" Gebissa Germany $50,895 9 Hazes Austria $38,166

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Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb Wins Fourth GGSF Title in $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event ($316,692)Lev Gottlieb Wins H-72 for $316,692

After winning three GGSF events so far, Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb has now made it four by taking down the 2021 GG Spring Festival H-72: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event for a whopping $316,692 which including an amazing $214,297 in bounties. The tournament attracted 228 unique players who reentered 89 times. This created a prize pool of $1,585,000 with 44 players cashing.

After winning H-05: $10,300 Super MILLION$ for $586,075, H-15: $10,3000 Super Tuesday for $320,729, and H-35: $10,300 PLO-NL High Roller for $199,771, Gottlieb has increased his total winnings on GGPoker to $2,210,839 which is an incredible achievement in itself. The WSOP online bracelet winner was near the top of the counts for most of the day and came into the final table second in chips to close it out in the end by defeating Chris Klodnicki heads-up.

H-72: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Main Event Final Table Results PLACE PLAYER   BOUNTY PRIZE TOTAL 1 Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb Mexico $214,297 $102,395 $316,692 2 Chris Klodnicki United States $36,719 $102,237 $138,956 3 Gergely "Land on it!" Kulcsar Hungary $41,406 $78,467 $119,874 4 Arie Muller Germany $10,156 $60,178 $70,334 5 Sami Kelopuro Finland $11,250 $46,151 $57,401 6 Ottomar Ladva Estonia $7,188 $35,394 $42,582 7 Hannes "BlackFortuna" Speiser Austria $19,375 $27,144 $46,519 8 Anton Wigg Sweden $32,422 $20,817 $53,239 9 Darrell Goh Austria $15,469 $15,965 $31,434

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GGSF Final Tables confirmed

Two final tables were confirmed last night in Event H-75: $25,500 Sunday 5 Million and GGPoker Spring Festival Super MILLION$ $10,300 ME-H.

Be sure to head to the PokerNews GG Spring Festival Live Reporting Hub to follow along until a winner is crowned!

Fox and Badziakouski Lead Star-Studded Sunday 5 Million Final TableElio Fox

Out of a field of 208 entries, only nine players remain in the $25,500 Sunday 5 Million to battle for the lion's share of the $5,200,000 prize pool. In order to get there, the 107 unique entries fired an extraordinary 101 re-entries and four of the finalists entered multiple times.

Elio Fox ended up as the chip leader with a stack of 3,656,185 while Mikita Badziakouski follows fewer than half a big blind behind with 3,632,732. Timofey Kuznetsov completes the overnight podium with 3,338,980 chips. Among the finalists is also Michael Zhang, who required six bullets to run up the stack and finished Day 1 with 1,833,032, good enough for the sixth position.

POSITION PLAYER COUNTRY CHIP COUNT BIG BLINDS 1 Elio Fox United States 3,656,185 73 2 Mikita Badziakouski Belarus 3,632,732 73 3 Timofey Kuznetsov Russia 3,338,980 67 4 Matthew "Nator" Hyman Mexico 2,475,159 50 5 Michel "CrossfireX" Dattani Portugal 1,929,184 39 6 Michael Zhang United Kingdom 1,833,032 37 7 Sebastian "TheodoreRhye" Trisch Germany 1,595,152 32 8 Sean Winter United States 1,271,052 25 9 Ronny Kaiser Switzerland 1,068,524 21 Joakim Andersson Leads GGSF Super MILLION$ $10,300 ME-H Final NineJoakim Andersson GGPoker Super MILLION$

In one of the biggest online poker events of the year, a field of 1,089 — across five starting flights — in the GGPoker Spring Festival Super MILLION$ $10,300 ME-H has been reduced to a final table of nine after about seven hours of Day 2 play.

The remaining players have a very handsome prize of $1,537,605 waiting the champ, with everyone having locked up $192,201.

The player who has best positioned himself for that career-defining score is Joakim Andersson. A Swedish player without much in the way of live cashes, Andersson has been a consistent force in the biggest online stuff over the past year or so, and he'll bring a very impressive stack of more than 100 big blinds into the final day.

The final table participants get the next day off before convening on Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. EDT for the live-streamed final table. Come back to PokerNews and the GGPoker channels to find out who becomes the next poker millionaire.

PLAYER COUNTRY CHIPS BIG BLINDS Joakim Andersson Tunisia 31,727,557 105 level29 India 22,041,776 73 Julian Stuer Austria 15,894,312 53 Roman "RRomashka" Emelyanov Russia 8,691,020 29 Darrell Goh Austria 8,518,257 28 Stevan "Steve Austin" Chew Indonesia 7,026,744 23 Alex Foxen Canada 6,281,784 20 Gergely "Land on it!" Kulcsar Hungary 5,797,126 19 Taylor Paur Canada 2,921,424 9 Sign Up for a GGPoker Account Through PokerNews

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