The Stadium Series finale kicked off this weekend, with the Grand Finals underway and the Wrap-up events bringing an added boost to the series’ prizes. Before those events come to an end, we’ve had several high value Heats come to dramatic conclusions, with Parker “tonkaaaa” Talbot and “Aleks Better” both claiming their second titles of the series.

Here are the latest Stadium Series results:


STADIUM SERIES NEWS BULLETIN

With three completed Heats to cover, for a total of nine huge Stadium Series tourneys, we’re breaking the bulletin down into individual events. Here’s how they went down:

Heat 27 results

Heat 27 was an 8-max PKO. In the action-packed $5,200 high stakes version, Niklas “Lena900” Astedt was the first to crash out on a star studded final table. “Bounatirou” from the UK was chip leader when the tourney went on break, their run coming to an end in sixth place. Fintan “easywithaces” Hand entertained his Twitch crowd with a convincing display of poker finesse, coming third for $31k. “WATnlos” from Austria finished second for $77,439, whilst “chico70” from Bulgaria claimed the top spot for $130,408, including nearly $77k in bounties.

The $530 27-M had a $1.04 million prize pool! The top prize was eventually claimed by Aleks Better from Russia, who been a regular name in the Stadium Series, already picking up a first place in the Heat 11-H for over $65k. They have now picked up their second title, along with another $125,154 in prizes, a huge $76,953 of that coming by way of knockout.

A three way split foretold the ending of the $55 27-L. “LCVW92” from Norway pulled through for a total of $31,353.

Heat 28 results

Heat 28 was a DeepStack event, inviting players to test out their skills with stacks worthy of 5-betting action and intense post-flop play. In the 28-H,  Scott “Aggros Santos” Margereson looked like he was on for a Stadium Series double. The Irish multi-time WCOOP champion took down the 26-H for over $114k just a few days ago. This time they finished in fourth place for $54,307. “DaanOss” from Austria came third, “krakukra” from Russia second, and “Swaggersorus” from the UK claimed the mammoth $119,483.10 top prize.

In the 28-M, “danechka1991” from Russia and “Nepelo10” from Brazil made a heads-up chop. Nepelo10 went on to win the tourney, earning $72,930.16.

The 28-L resulted in a three-way split, with Brazilian “RQuariguas” prevailing for $28,609.54.

Heat 29 results

Another huge PKO event, and enough to keep players ticking over until the Grand Final started the following day.

Parker “tonkaaaa” Talbot picked up his second Stadium Series title. The Canadian pro already took down the first Weekly Final for $261,489, adding to their impressive online total of over $6.3 million. On Saturday, he outlasted an elite field, including second place “WushuTM”, to claim the top prize which, including his $90k score from knockouts, totaled $151,916.

nerdshock” from Finland earned first place in the 29-M for $84,446 total, with Canadian reg “TruthBeTold” coming in second for a touch over $48k.

Braver16” from Germany took down the 29-L on their third entry, earning $29,641 for first place following a three way split. Interestingly, because of the dynamics of the deal and the respective bounties, second place “ryzio” from Poland took a similar amount, earning $29,191.


LATEST RESULTS

NAME ENTRIES PRIZE POOL WINNER COUNTRY PRIZE
Heat 27-L: $55, 8-Max PKO 9244 $462,200 LCVW92 Norway $31,353
Heat 27-M: $530, 8-Max PKO 2086 $1,043,000 Aleks Better Russia $125,154
Heat 27-H: $5,200, 8-Max PKO
97 $500,000 chicho70 Bulgaria $130,408
Heat 28-L: $55, Deep Stack
5,439 $271,950 RQuariguasi Brazil $28,609
Heat 28-M: $530, Deep Stack
907 $500,000 Nelepo10 Brazil $72,930
Heat 28-H: $5,200, Deep Stack 93 $500,000 Swaggersorus UK $119,483
Heat 29-L: $55, PKO 8,515 $425,750 Braver16 Germany $29,641
Heat 29-M: $530, PKO
1,185 $592,500 nerdshok Finland $84,446
Heat 29-H: $5,200, PKO
84 $500,000 tonkaaaa Canada $151,916

 


STAT TRACKER

Tournaments completed: 96
Tournaments ongoing: 9
Entries so far: 666,071
Prize pools so far: $43,506,604
First place prizes so far: $6,209,569


TWITCH WATCH

Here’s Fintan “easywithaces” Hand won a huge pot to take chip lead in the Heat 27-H:

And here’s the moment he lost a big flip to put him on course to crash out in third:


AS IT STANDS

The Grand Finals are now underway, with a total of $8 million in prizes over the three events, including $5 million in the high stakes tourney. The PKO and Pot limit Omaha Side Events, and the Wrap-Up tourneys are also ongoing.

We’ll be bringing you the results of these as the games progress. Here’s how the final events of the Stadium Series look right now:

Stadium Series Grand Final Low: $55, 8-Max
Entries: 21,207
Prize pool: $1,060,350
Leader: SkyyBluee (Germany) | 410 players left

Stadium Series Grand Final Medium: $530, 8-Max
Entries: 4,234
Prize pool: $2,117,000
Leader: BublleFactor (Netherlands) | 343 players left

Stadium Series Grand Final High: $5,200, 8-Max
Entries: 971
Prize pool: $5,000,000
Leader: Goallinfishara (Russia) | 119 players left

Side Event: $215 PKO
Entries: 4,032 (inc. 1,132 re-entries)
Prize pool: $806,400
Leader: bisbiki78 (Greece) | 61 left

Side Event: $22 Pot limit Omaha, 6-Max
Entries: 2,946 (inc. 980 re-entries)
Prize pool: $58,920
Leader: Vassegio (Russia) | 40 players left

Side Event: $215 Pot limit Omaha, 6-Max
Entries:
625 (inc. 241 re-entries)
Prize pool:
$125,000
Leader:
anteen (Sweden) | 16 players left

Heat 30-L: $109 Wrap-Up
Entries:
5,402 (inc. 1,500 re-entries)
Prize pool:
$540,000
Leader:
mrbradleyy (UK) | 142 players left

Heat 30-M: $1,050 Wrap-Up
Entries:
978 (inc. 296 re-entries)
Prize pool:
$1,000,000
Leader:
Schildy1984 (Austria) | 31 players left

Heat 30-H: $10,300 Wrap-Up
Entries:
100 (inc. 39 re-entries)
Prize pool:
$1,000,000
Leader:
Lena900 (Sweden) | 13 players left


STARTING TODAY

There are no more Stadium Series events starting. The series is now coming to its conclusion, with just the Grand Finals, Side Events and Wrap-Up tourneys still left to play out. Tune in this week for the biggest ever Stadium Series results, and see who is skillful (and running good enough) to crack the Finals and earn six-figure sums.


MORE ABOUT STADIUM SERIES:
OFFICIAL SITE | OVERVIEW | START PLAYING
SCHEDULE & RESULTS | LIVE COVERAGE | ALL BLOG REPORTS
WHO’S WHO? MATCHING NAMES TO SCREEN-NAMES


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