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   Tuesday, June 25 2024 
Sapphire Series: The Main Event's title to Paul Mac

Last weekend, hundreds of players gathered at Burswood Casino's poker room in Australia to compete for the title of the edition 2012 of the Sapphire Series. The event started since Friday but after the first day, only 87 players survived with Barry Drysdale as chipleader. On Day 3, the 87 survivors returned at Burswood Casino to compete for ten places of the final table. At the end of the day, the ten players for the final table were defined. Ray Ellis, Paul Sharbanee, Hyun Joon, Joseph Chamoun, Nick Embury, Barry Drysdale, Ben Williams, Chris Mounteney, Paul Mac and Adam Smith occupied respectively the ten places of the final table. Barry Drysdale was still leading in terms of chip count with 570,000 chips. Chris Mounteney meanwhile was the shortstack at the final table with 136,000 chips.

Drysdale, chipleader at the start of the final table was eliminated at the 9th place some time after that Ben Williams was ousted. Both players still managed to win a respective gain of $ 3,850. The eliminations follow each other until it remains only two players on the table. Barry Drysdale, Joe Chamoun, Chris Mounteney, Adam Smith, Paul Sharbanee, Ray Ellis and Nick Embury were eliminated in the wake and left only Paul Mac and Hyun Joon in the head's up. With 1.8 million against 1.2 million chips to Hyun Joon, Paul Mac was able to put pressure on his opponent and win the title and the $ 54,500 gain. Runner up of Sapphire Series, Hyun leaves the table with $ 34,000.

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