Pro Bridge Player and Commentator Scoops $10K Bounty in $2.50 Tournament

Duplicate bridge game

In the ACR Poker room, the WOSS online tournament series, which featured events for any bankroll, has come to an end. Among various expensive and prestigious events, it also hosted a micro-limit tournament called $2.50 Mystery Bounty. More than 45,267 entries were made in this cheap event, and the prize fund amounted to $101,850. Such a large number of entries is due to the fact that the tournament was held with random bounties.

And the biggest of them – $10,000 – was awarded to 48-year-old streamer from Sweden Nichlas "Zohn" Eliazohn. He was eliminated from the tournament in 450th place, receiving only $17.90 in prize money. But by drawing the top bounty, Nichlas managed to increase his starting fee by more than 4,000 times. At the same time, the winner of the entire tournament earned only $5,141 in prize money (including the bounty).

It is also interesting that Nichlas is known in his country first of all as a professional bridge player and a commentator on this game. His greatest achievements include gold at the 1998 EU Junior Bridge Championships.


Bridge (or duplicate bridge) is the one card game which is recognized as a sport by the International Olympic Committee.

As for the overall results of the WOSS series, Canadian player Adam Derpin (known as "MilfLover69") took the first place in the leaderboard in the LOW category. His reward is four thousand dollars.

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