Poland’s Marcin Dziubdziela topped the GGMasters Player of the Year leaderboard, and in his rise to the top, he won a fabulous assortment of GGPoker prizes.
Finishing just 27.03 points ahead of the competition, Dziubdziela left Paraskevas Tsokaridis as the runner-up. The Polish poker star will definitely be spending more time at GGPoker this coming year, so he can use his prize package to win a few more hands and add to his bankroll.
The GGMasters Prize Package Consists of:
- 50x tickets to the $150 GGMasters
- $50,000 worth of tournament dollars
- 50x tickets to the $1,050 GGMasters High Roller
Runner-up Tsokaridis’ also earned a worthy prize at the GGMasters tournaments. He received 25 entries to the $1,050 GGMasters High Roller, $40,000 worth of tournament dollars, and 50 tickets to the $150 GGMasters.
20 More Players Earned a Place on the GGMasters Leaderboard
The GGMaters’ top 20 points earners, including several big names, all received some prizes that could turn a profit at the tables.
A bevy of international poker stars also made the top 20 of the leaderboard, including Javier Gomez of Andorra, Samuel Vousden of Finland, Joao Vieira of Portugal, and David Yan from New Zealand.
The latest WSOPC Super MILLION$ champion, superstar Joaquin Melogno, climbed through the ranks to place seventh on the leaderboard for the GGMasters Player of the Year. The Uruguayan’s GGPoker account now has an additional $5,000 tournaments dollars, eight $1,050 entries to the GGMasters High Roller, and 50 entries to the $150 GGMasters tournaments.
Top 20 on the GGMasters leaderboard
|5||8Amir “ty4calling8” Dvir||Israel||2,972.39|
|8||Sergio “TonyGPT” Veloso||Croatia||2,832.34|
|10||Roland “Gwriden” Rokita||Austria||2,731.00|
|16||Vinicius “pfckb” Steves||Brazil||2,496.27|
|17||Ramiro “OnTheFlow” Petrone||Argentina||2,480.52|
|20||David Yan||New Zealand||2,281.82|
Prizes for the GGMasters Players of the Year
|1||50x GGMasters $1,050 High Roller tickets, 50x $150 GGMasters tickets, $50,000 tournament dollars|
|2||25x GGMasters $1,050 High Roller tickets, 50x $150 GGMasters tickets, $40,000 tournament dollars|
|3||12x $1,050 GGMasters High Roller tickets, 50x $150 GGMasters tickets, $30,000 tournament dollars|
|4||8x $1,050 GGMasters High Roller tickets, 50x $150 GGMasters tickets, $20,000 tournament dollars|
|5||8x $1,050 GGMasters High Roller tickets, 50x $150 GGMasters tickets, $10,000 tournament dollars|
|6-10||8x $1,050 GGMasters High Roller tickets, 50x $150 GGMasters tickets, $5,000 tournament dollars|
|11-20||50x $150 GGMasters tickets, $2,500 tournament dollars|
2021 Means a GGMasters For Every Player
The 2021 GGMasters is going to be big, and there’s a tournament for every player, all week long. Anyone signed up on the platform has a chance to put their name on the next GGMasters leaderboard.
For example, there is a $25 Daily GGMasters, which runs Monday through Saturday at 5:00 p.m. GMT. The Daily GGMasters have $3 satellites feeding into them, and a guaranteed prize pool of $50,000.
Every Sunday, players can join in at the $150 GGMasters. This tournament has a mighty $500,000 guarantee. The action begins at 5:00 p.m. GMT each Sunday and players can win their way in from a $1.50 satellite.
The $1,050 buy-in GGMasters High Rollers event also kicks off at 5:00 p.m. GMT every Sunday. Satellites starting at $10 run 24/7, giving even players with a modest bankroll a chance to grab a piece of the massive $1 million weekly guarantees.