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  • UltimateBet $200K Guaranteed Won by BOOTYKILLAH

    Monday, June 1st, 2009 by t2admin

With the 2009 World Series of Poker officially running and Titan Poker’s ECOOP IV running as well many of the online poker rooms guaranteed weekend tournaments may suffer from lack of players. Several poker rooms are able to reach the number of players to make the guaranteed prize pool but while the WSOP and ECOOP IV are running many of the online poker rooms may see a drop in prize pool increases as well as having to post overlays.

UltimateBet Poker is one of the online poker rooms that run weekend guaranteed tournaments and this past weekend saw nine hundred and sixty one players register to compete. This is a good number but not enough to increase the $200K Guaranteed prize pool. Many times the number of players is so high that the prize pool is increased but this past weekend’s event did not see those high numbers.

Players posted the $200 plus 15 buy-in to create the prize pool so ninety nine players were paid. First place would earn a nice prize of just over $44,000 while fifth through second would earn in the tens of thousands. Rounding out the final table, those who finished in sixth through ninth would earn four digit pay days.

When the tournament got down to three handed play, online players BOOTYKILLAH, CHIPMYSTAK22 and BRUHA47 were left to face off for the first place prize. Three handed play would not last long as BRUHA47 would go out in third which would leave CHIPMYSTAK22 and BOOTYKILLAH to compete in heads up play.

After some time BOOTYKILLAH was able to gain the chip lead and on the final hand would knock out CHIPMYSTAK22 to take the first place win of $44,660.

UltimateBet Final Results:
CHIPMYSTAK22 – $26,700
BRUHA47 – $18,100
IAMZFLO – $12,900
J4D3DR4G0N – $10,900
ZMAN2224 – $8,900
XPAULX – $6,900
XELLOS_YG – $4,900
JAY44444 – $3,400




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