The latest event in the poker world kicked off this past week, with the opening 24 events of the Bounty Builder Turbo Series taking place. There will be a total of 184 events throughout the series, and one of the first professional players that claimed a win at the event was Yuri Dzivielevski.
The star outlasted a talented field of players to win the event, and you can catch up on the results from that event, as well as some of the other events during the early stages of the Bounty Builder Turbo Series right here.
Dzivielevski Claims Victory
Dzivielevski was one of the first big winners of the series, as he claimed victory in the $5,200 NLHE 8-Max Titans event this past week. The Brazilian player was in excellent form as he outlasted a field of over 100 entries to claim the victory. As a result, he walked away from the seventh event of the Bounty Builder Turbo Series with prize money of $169,760, which was almost $100,000 more in prize returns than the player that finished in second place.
Dzivielevski picked up $57,378 as prize money for topping the event, but it was his bounty cash that saw his prize money rocket, as he claimed $112,382 in bounties. He narrowly managed to see off ‘ULTOSEMFKR!!’ in the closing stages of the event, as the Estonian player finished in second and claimed returns of $71,792 from the event, which included bounty returns of $14,414.
There were a number of other players that were able to pick up significant returns for their performances on the final table, include Will Arruda and Marin Jacobson. Arruda won total prize money of $51,080, while Jacobson was returned with $30,073. Pascal Hartmann finished in fifth, while Damian Salas was a place further back. Salas still picked up prize money of $19,303 for his performance in the event. The final two places on the final table were taken by Lucas Greenwood and Adrian Mateos, who finished in seventh and eighth respectively.
Other Bounty Builder Turbo Series Results
There have already been 24 events during the Bounty Builder Turbo Series to date. Dzivielevski claimed the biggest win in the event mentioned above, but there was also a massive cash return for Fabiano Kovalski, who claimed victory in the NLHE 8-Max Sunday HR. He was able to pick up returns of $116,478 for his victory.
Meanwhile, there was also a big win for ‘xXROMmMEOXx’ in the NLHE Sunday Million, as he picked up returns of $94,407 for his starring performance. Some of the most recent winners of the series include Peter Turmezy and Brendan Naughton. The latter picked up $6,315 after winning the PLO 6-Max event, while Turmezy was successful in winning the NLHE 8-Max Hyper-Turbo, and was able to claim winnings of $44,636. Other winners so far include Gabriel Schroeder, Alfred Karlsson and ‘Michieljonker’. You can stay up to date with the results from the event right here.