Nick Petrangelo Ships $25K High Roller For $624,676

At PokerStars, Day World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) saw another thirteen champions declared and crowned.

The championship had five low buy-in events and eight big buy-in events, which is coming to an end.

Nick Petrangelo was the biggest winner of the day who managed to beat the field of 149 players in WCOOP-66-H: $25,000 NLHE [8-Max, High Roller], $3M Guaranteed.
The champions witnessed the entries of 149 players which created the prize pool of $3,654,225 and top 17 places were paid out in the tournament and the eventual winner was set to receive $767,030.

The first day of this two-day event, ended after 21 levels of play. It concluded on the bubble with the remaining 18 players.

End of the day, Mikita “fish2013” Badziakouski, held the chip lead with 807,298. fish2013 was followed by Adrian “Amadi_017” Mateos (698,422) closely. The top position was acquired by Patrick “pads1161” Leonard (674,222) third, Petrangelo (653,563) fourth and Bryn “Bryn Kenney” Kenney (564,262) fifth.

On the second day of the event, in the early goings David “dpeters17” Peters was the one who doubled the money, falling one spot down in 18th place.
Final table action

The final table started with Bartlomeij “bartek901” Machon as a chip leader having more than 2 million chips in comparison to the second highest who had around 1 million chips, a huge margin.

Soon after the beginning of the game Badziakouski at the final table ended up getting short and then he the first to exit when he raised 80,000 of his 95,000 stack and after that Leonard put three-bet with him. In the next few moves, Badziakouski called and turned over whereas Leonard had flopped. He flopped a pair with the flop. At this time the turn and the river turned as no help to Badziakouski sent out, he finished at the ninth place for $105,205.