Paulius Plausinaitis, the stellar poker player from Lithuania, stormed his way to a majestic win and bagged the prestigious award of around $1,23,361 at the WSOP Winter Main event of GGPoker on Sunday. The event featured eighteen ring events that were conducted between mid-December and last weekend. Almost 6395 participants poured in from all across the world to take part in the grand competition and win chunks of the famous prize pool. While Joe Cheong from America finished third, the Lithuanian player Paulius Plausinaitis secured the first position after rooting out the poker player Turkish player “turkey1” at the WSOP Circuit Ring.
Both Lithuania and Israel were fighting to grab the title and were striving hard with a wild variety of moves to secure the rich prize and bag the WSOP Circuit Ring. Joe Cheoung could have made it, but a rookie mistake landed him in third place with $692,276, while turkey1 came second place and bagged $923,165.Plausinaitis emerged victorious with more than $1.2 million. Other stalwart players who were a part of the event include Alexandru Papazian, Joni Jouhkimainen, Likeboy, BetAddict, Artem Amsterq Prostak, and more.
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