Timofey "Trueteller" Kuznetsov won $500K in the WCOOP 2019 tournament
Timofey "Trueteller" Kuznetsov won big at the WCOOP 2019. The Russian poker player was able to capture a $25 000 high roller tournament. He entered the final table being seventh on the stack, but due to the excellent poker skill turned himself into a winner.
Such eminent poker professionals as Justin Bonomo, Timothy Adams, Dominik Nitsche played at the final table as well. Vicent Bosca, who started the finale as a chip leader, was one of the first to leave the game. He took home $69 000 for the ninth place.
Next, Timothy Adams followed Vicent and took the eighth place receiving $86 000 in prize money. Dominik Nitsche completed the top five finalists and won $188 000.
American pro Justin Bonomo finished the event in the third place and left Kuznetsov and Jordi Urlings to decide the fate of the trophy. The Maltese player did his best, but lost the heads-up to Trueteller. As a result, Timofey took down the tournament and won $527 000 for finishing first.