"TheCleaner11" cleans the WCOOP Event #16-H: $25.000 PLO 6-Max High Roller

Jorryt van Hoof took down the tournament without even considering making a deal.

The High-Roller attracted the best PLO specialist in the world, who generated a total of 54 entries including the 12 re-entries. As usual, the field was filled with the most feared online wizards, joined by some well-known live tournament pros. Players like Dan "Jungleman12" Cates, Ben "Ben86" Tollerene, Timofey "Trueteller" Kuznetsov or Viktor "Isildur1" Blom all sat down to play but none of them reached the top seven spots which were paid.

Unlike them, Germany's Konstantin "Bongbob" Bücherl, Partypoker Team Pro, Joao "IneedMassari" Simao, Hungarian high-stakes online pro, "danfiu", online poker veteran, Sami "Lrslzk" Kelopuro, fellow Finish online grinders, "WRUUUM" and "EEE27" and former WSOP Main Event final tablist Jorryt "TheCleaner11" van Hoof all reached the final table.

Bücherl was the first player to bust, he fell against "TheCleaner11" after his double-suited Aces were cracked. Konstantin finished in 7th place for $55,520.85.

Simao managed to ladder up with his short-stack, but he busted shortly after the German, in a QQxx vs AAxx confrontation. Simao earned $65K for his efforts.

It took some time until the next player busted. It was "EEE27" who couldn't pull a double up after putting it in against "danfiu" with Aces on a king-high flop. The latter flopped two pairs which managed to hold. One of the biggest online PLO winners of 2018 walked away with $89K.

At this point, "danfiu" had the biggest chip stack and the rest were sitting on similar stacks. They played without any big hands developing for some time until eventually, Kelopuro busted against van Hoof. The Finnish got $135K for finishing 4th.

"danfiu" and "TheCleaner11" had comfortable stacks at the beginning of the three-handed period, but "WRUUUM" has gotten pretty short. He eventually fell against the Hungarian and left the table behind with $204K added to his balance.

At the start of the duel, "danfiu" wanted to see the numbers to make a possible deal, but Jorryt showed no interest and they kept on battling. The chips went back-and-forth for a while, but the Dutchman was able to build a healthy lead later on and busted his opponent for the title and the $465K coming with it. Runner-up "danfiu" took home $308K, for his biggest-ever score.

Final results

Place Player Prize
1 Jorryt "TheCleaner11" van Hoof $465,559.91
2 "danfiu" $308.357.94
3 "WRUUUUM" $204.237.15
4 Sami "Lrslzk" Kelopuro $135,274
5 "EEE27" $89,597.04
6 Joao "IneedMassari" Simao $65,803.11
7 Konstantin "BongBob" Bücherl $55,520.85