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Shoma "pp_syon" Ishikawa Makes History with WSOP 2020 Online Bracelet

Tags: 2020 WSOP, Natural8, pp_syon, Shoma Ishikawa
Posted on 22 July 2020 by "T".
History was made on GGNetwork this past Sunday, with the crowning of the very first online World Series of Poker bracelet winner outside American soil. This honour went to Shoma "pp_syon" Ishikiwa, who is only the third player from Japan to ever win a coveted gold bracelet, following in the footsteps of Naoya Kihara (in 2012) and Takahiro Nakai (in 2015). It was an incredibly fast-paced affair in[...]   Read more » Shoma "pp_syon" Ishikawa Makes History with WSOP 2020 Online Bracelet

  22-Jul-20, 13:23   #1
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dule-vu 

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very nice win for this japanese player and great prize for this first place,over 117 K dollars for him!its great to see that almost third of this amount he got from bounties and we can see how great is to play this kind of tournaments and what amount you can earn with them,sometimes more then you can get from prize pool!

     
  23-Jul-20, 02:57   #2
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maragatero 
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Yes, very nice for her...money and notoriously in a world where the ladies don´t appear frequently. And I think, three japan ladies have WOSP bracelet...and no one argentine (masc or fem) could win one of them? I agree that Japan has ten times population than Argentine, so they could have too many players...I should solve this abscence! hahaha

     
  23-Jul-20, 10:14   #3
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CALICUL 
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WSOP 2020 (played online for first time) should be very relaxing for most professional players. Bracelets are hunted, but of course real fight begins when all gamblers reach to cash prizes ( in the money). Congratulations to japanese winner.

     
  23-Jul-20, 13:39   #4
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dule-vu 

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Posted by maragatero:
Yes, very nice for her...money and notoriously in a world where the ladies don�t appear frequently. And I think, three japan ladies have WOSP bracelet...and no one argentine (masc or fem) could win one of them? I agree that Japan has ten times population than Argentine, so they could have too many players...I should solve this abscence! hahaha


her?women?you made some mistake maragatero Big Smile !this is man,not women!dont know why you think that,because of this picture or something else,but lot of times in this text we have word: he!so this is man player,not woman poker player!but congratulation to him on this!

     
  23-Jul-20, 16:57   #5
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antonis321 

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Congratulations to Ishikawa on this win , third player from Japan to win a precious bracelet from WSOP Smile He started playing tournaments on 2019 , and now , this second year he wins a bracelet , very nice for him SmileHopefully , he will try to have successes on the other games of WSOP series this summer , you never know , he might actually bink it twice Blink Good luck to him.

     
  24-Jul-20, 13:33   #6
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maragatero 
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Yessss...a man! You have the reason dule-vu, I saw his face next to the face of the croupier, and he felt to me more feminine than she. Here was acting my racial ignorance (that classic saying that members of races I don't belong to seem all the same). By the way, all the rest of the message have sense, because the best argentine that I know, finished 7º in a WOSP.

     
  24-Jul-20, 23:49   #7
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antonis321 

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This KO tournament lasted for 3 hours almost , this turbo format is great for people that want to play for some time only , not for 8 , 10 hours on two three days events Smile The bounties that many players collected helped them win more money , or take back some or all of their buyin . You don't have to finish ITM in KOs tournaments , that's awesome Smile

     
  25-Jul-20, 09:30   #8
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dule-vu 

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yes,picture can trick you if you dont read whole text,so you can think that this is maybe woman!
as we can see in text,he play poker only for one year and half and it this short period he have this kind of success,so we can expect that this is only start of his great poker career!he will have big wins in next year for sure!

     
  26-Jul-20, 00:02   #9
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maragatero 
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Yes you have the reason dule-vu, and a career built in a rush! About the game speed antonis321, I´m used to turbo, super turbo, and mega turbo hahaha (the speed of the Party Poker freeroll which takes two minutes to change the blinds). And I like it! In the normal speed (8 or 10 minutes to each level) I feel that is an eternal situation. Keep concentrated for five hours or more is too much to me

     
  26-Jul-20, 09:06   #10
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antonis321 

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He delivered some bad beats or very unlucky hands to other players , but this is part of poker , if you want to go very deep , win a tournament , you also need a lot of luck for flips , or for hands when you are the underdog by far . Sometimes KK win AA , or why not , as he did , A8 win AA , it might happen , devastating when it happens against you , extremelly awesome when you are the winner of such a hand Smile

maragatero , I like the 5min or 3min blinds satellites for tickets , I register late and get the ticket avoiding early bad beats . Cause in these satellites , playing from the beginning it doesn't worth the time , a bad eat awaits your big stack in the corner . For normal tournaments , for the time being , I like 8 minutes blinds , 10 at the worse , 40 bigs to begin not bad Smilewith more I don't like it Smile

     
  26-Jul-20, 10:05   #11
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dule-vu 

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again everything is on same side,no matter do you play tournaments with fast blinds or slow blinds,because on end you must get some good cards that you can win hands,so no matter how fast are blinds,you will lose before payout if you dont have something to play it!so every game can be good,just depend what you like!

     
  26-Jul-20, 14:58   #12
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CALICUL 
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Bad Beats are very ugly because they deny real opportunities to earn much more. Unfortunately we can't win with them too often, compared to losses that we have in all games. It is important not to play all in many times because can lose quickly with this method.

     
  27-Jul-20, 22:20   #13
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maragatero 
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I understand you antonis321, you are talking about some things that I like in the past. For example, I didn´t like3 to be a deep stack with more than 100 blinds. As I told in other threats, I loved play push or fold. I thought that I might play only that stage of a tournament. But then, when I learn a bit more of the game, I understand how I have to play there, and now I like it. Perhaps my preference with Turbo and Superturbo has a link with the same question: I don´t learn to think enough in my moves!

     
  28-Jul-20, 01:36   #14
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antonis321 

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He now gets this sponshorship by Natural8 , cause he got this bracelet playing from their network , this will also happen to anyone else who plays from Natural 8 and wins a bracelet . An extra motivation for th players to win buy ins for tournaments and win big again SmileNow a member of the rising stars team . More awards await the player who will win the Main event from Natural8 , good luck everyone Smile


maragatero . For ournaments or sngs that award prizes , I like the 40 blinds buy in , 50 at the most , 30 is not bad ,but things are tougher , especially if blinds go up not in 10minutes , but in 8 , 7 or earlier Smile Not that I have a good shove fold strategy , but if I see my results from games that I registered early , with 100 blinds ,or even 150 or 200 blinds , the results are not good .Especialy with premium hands , don't know how to protect them the right way . You bet too much they just call , and you miss the flop or you see scary cards ,you bat all in they call ATC and win many times the idiots . You bet a little , you see many callers , difficult to play postflop . lol , What to do ?? I s a mystery ... bet how many blinds ?? 3bet or 4bet how many ?? Shove when ?? lol . poker is a puzzle for GTO slovers nowadays . lol

     
  28-Jul-20, 15:59   #15
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CALICUL 
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Any sponsor is good if you make money from it. Do you think Natural8 is small? We have no way of knowing... how much money they want to invest in advertising, in the hope that this room will attract many gamblers. Customers matter very most.

     
  29-Jul-20, 21:59   #16
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antonis321 

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He has played other tournaments in Asia , had cashes before this tournament , so this is not his first experience , or the first time he wins money on a tourney . But ofcourse , now he wins this amount of money , $117K , a great amount of money , giving him the chance to buy things , or expand very much his poker bankroll Smile



     
  3-Aug-20, 07:22   #17
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CALICUL 
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Poker rooms have different tournaments for some countries. I know this because have few sites, where in lobby see beautiful games with good prizes, but in Romania there are smaller. This is something restrictive and don't like it, but it is not my decision. However, many can participate in big live tournaments without restrictions. Online is little changed due to the laws.

     
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