A dozen more events played out on Day 4 of the XL Eclipse, which over the next two weeks will feature 197 events and $8,000,000 in guarantees. Thus far, 52 winners have been crowned in the online series and have secured seats in the Champion of Champions Event on September 26 at 18:00 GMT.

The top three players in that tournament, which is only open to XL Eclipse winners, will win live event prize packages, which includes the winner receiving a $13,000 package to the 2017 World Series of Poker Europe at King’s Rozvadov.

Check out all our previous recaps by clicking the links below:

Day 1: Parker “888tonkaaaa” Talbot Wins Tornado 
Day 2: Parker “888tonkaaaa” Talbot Nearly Wins Back-to-Back Tornados 
Day 3: Roman “Romeopro33” Romanovskyi Wins High Roller for $107,500

“RendOss” Wins Biggest Prize of the Day

The biggest prize of the day came in Event #47: $50,000 8-Max, a tournament that drew 607 entries (325 rebuys) and created a prize pool of $93,200 prize pool). After nearly 12 hours of play, the Netherlands’ “RendOss” came out on top to win $17,428.40.

Others to finish in the top 80 and walk away with some cash were Niklas “tutten7” Astedt (58th- $307.56), Nicolas “PKaiser” Fierro (23rd - $745.60), and “imabarista” (10th - $1,165).

Back in December, “RendOss” topped a field of 161 entries to win the $15,000 Crocodile for $5,450. Over the years, he’s also won the Lightning 6-Max and Early Monsoon on 888poker.

Final Table Results 
1st – “RendOss” (Netherlands) $17,428.40 

2nd – “ALLin_Ranger” (Germany) $12,815

3rd – “Ipoo1” (Sweden) $9,413.20 

4th – “Zluka2010” (Latvia) $6,990

5th – “samuelbt” (Canada) $4,660

6th – “R.nahtanoJ” (Brazil) $3,262

7th – “9HiLikeABo55” (Canada) $2,050.40

8th – “DownASpiral” (Italy) $1,425.96

9th – “Fayran125”  $1,165

Stephen “Sizzlinbetta” Reynolds Turns $12 Into Four-Figure Score

Event #48: $10,000 Mini 8-Max cost just $12 to enter, and 1,143 entries (620 rebuys) saw the GTD nearly double with a $19,216.70 prize pool. Among the 144 players to get a piece of it were “Rianic” (50th - $55.72), “boquillas” (21st - $96.08), and “Meirutis1994” (10th - $172.95).

After 9 hours and 37 minutes, it was Stephen “Sizzlinbetta” Reynolds playing from Mexico who turned his modest buy-in into a $3,503.20 payday, not to mention claiming a coveted XL Eclipse title.

A little over a week ago, Reynolds won the e$750 GTD Turbo R&A for $211, the same tournament he finished runner-up in the day before. In late August, he also won the $500 Super Turbo Blowfish for $131.23. Obviously Reynolds is no stranger to winning.

Final Table Results 
1st - Stephen “Sizzlinbetta” Reynolds (Mexico) $3,503.20 
   
2nd – “wwwooon” (Ukraine) $2,498.17

3rd – “Malko_kote14” (UK) $1,921.67

4th – “dodospaw” (Brazil) $1,441.25

5th – “snivler340” (Canada) $960.83

6th – “lambika90” (Hungary) $643.75

7th – “Binge_Marker” (Sweden) $384.33

8th – “G_Duh” (UK) $253.66

9th – “AVR26” (Russia) $172.95

Ivan “ivanascasubi” Vilchez Represents Argentina to Victory

The last tournament of the day, the $55 buy-in Event #53: $5,000 Turbo Americas, drew 83 entries, and after just 194 minutes Ivan “ivanascasubi” Vilchez walked away with a $1,677.50 top prize, but perhaps more importantly a XL Eclipse title for Argentina.

It was the first win for Vilchez since April 20, which is when he took down the $8,000 Late Night Crocodile for $2,471. Between then and now, he had some close calls including fifth in the Tornado a month ago for $780, third in the Monsoon in mid-July for $1,175, and third in the July 4th Tuesday Challenge for $2,599.

Final Table Results 
1st - Ivan “ivanascasubi” Vilchez (Argentina) $1,677.50

2nd – “lagostim” (Malta) $1,128.50

3rd – “RiFFRaFF82” (Hungary) $854

4th – “DonkeyKong55” (Canada) $579.50

5th – “DibreBruxo” (Brazil) $427 

6th – “Liggles” (Canada) $320.25

7th – “myoMax17” (Germany) $259.25

8th – “SuperFlo22” (Germany) $213.50

9th – “t1ghtgame” (Canada) $183

XL Eclipse Day 4 Winner Roundup

Here’s a look at all those who won titles on Day 4 of the XL Eclipse:

  • Event #41: $15,000 Lightning 6-Max (125 entries, $20,200 prize pool) won by “myhometown” (Sweden) for $5,252
  • Event #42: $15,000 Breeze (383 entries, $19,150 prize pool) won by “Ipoo1” (Sweden) for $3,674.88
  • Event #43: $15,000 Deepstack Swordfish (732 entries, $20,130 prize pool) won by “Ladzsos” (Hungary) for $3,693.85
  • Event #44: $20,000 Crocodile (191 entries, $28,650 prize pool) won by “Triple_20” for $6,159.75
  • Event #45: $15,000 Swordfish (732 entries, $20,130 prize pool) won by “urinal42” (Canada) for $3,693.85
  • Event #46: $20,000 Monsoon (565 entries, $28,250 prize pool) won by “Fullhousebob” (Costa Rica) for $5,339.25
  • Event #47: $50,000 8-Max (607 entries, $93,200 prize pool) won by “RendOss” (Netherlands) for $17,428.40
  • Event #48: $10,000 Mini 8-Max (1,143 entries, $19,216.70 prize pool) won by Stephen “Sizzlinbetta” Reynolds (Mexico) for $3,503.20
  • Event #49: $30,000 Wednesday Challenge (878 entries, $38,112 prize pool) won by “pAAdentr0” (Malta) for $6,860.16
  • Event #50: $15,000 Tornado (135 entries, $19,100 prize pool) won by “Dontundersta” (UK) for $4,393
  • Event #51: $10,000 Turbo 8-Max (458 entries, $17,077.50 prize pool) won by “vampa500” (Belarus) for $3,244.72
  • Event #52: $20,000 Americas (83 entries, $21,300 prize pool) won by “Mekaljevic” (N/A) for $5,857.50
  • Event #53: $5,000 Turbo Americas (83 players, $6,100 prize pool) won by Ivan “ivanascasubi” Vilchez (Argentina) for $1,677.50

What’s on Tap for Tomorrow?

Thursday is going to be a busy day in the XL Eclipse at 14 events are on the schedule. The biggest buy-in of $215 will be Event #62: $100,000 Quarterback at 18:00. At 18:35, the $12 buy-in Event #64: $25,000 Thursday Challenge will get underway, and then at the top of the hour (19:00) the $109 buy-in Event #65: $15,000 Tornado will kick off.

Other tournaments on the docket include the $160 buy-in Event #57: $20,000 Crocodile (16:30), $55 buy-in Event #59: $50,000 R&A (17:00), and $55 buy-in Event #61: $20,000 Monsoon.

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