The previous year is almost over, and GGPoker and its legions of players may look back on 2021 as a memorable year. During the previous 12 months, the online poker behemoth achieved a number of significant milestones, some of which are nothing short of astounding.
GGPoker’s Random Number Generator (RNG) dealt an amazing 1.98 billion hands throughout 2021. An average of 5.42 million hands day after day. One of those hands sticks out from the rest owing to it being the greatest cash game pot of the last 12 months, measuring in at $706,701.
In 2021, the largest cash game pot was won in a $500/$1,000/$200a Pot-Limit Omaha game. The button increased to $7,500 as the action collapsed on him. A spade or king on the river would have seen the $706,701 pot go to the guy in the large blind.
Throughout 2021, GGPOker awarded $2.3 billion in tournament winnings.The site’s daily schedule generates $1.52 billion, with yet another $783 million distributed across the numerous tournament series. GGpoker awarded 18 WSOP Circuit rings and 21 World Series of Poker bracelets.
Russia’s Aleksei “Ha KoJleHu” Vandyshev was one of the 277 millionaires. They earned the site’s greatest reward after prevailing in Event # 27: $5,000 Main Event Online Championship. Winning this event saw a colossal $2,543,073 find its way to the Russian’s GGPoker bankroll.
This was during the aforementioned WSOP series, when the greatest satellite ROI was accomplished. Through a $100 buy-in satellite, Yi “jolen” Wang of China won their $1,000 Double Stack No-Limit Hold’em seat. Wang came close to winning, but ended fourth for $268,019 in the end.
Artur Martirosian, whose name PokerNews readers are acquainted with since he always seems to be deep in a high-stakes event, had a memorable year in 2021. During the year 2021, the skilled Russian pro earned an incredible $8.4 million in cash. Making him the site’s top earner. Given some of the talent on the program week in and week out, that’s quite an accomplishment.