Aussie Millions Super High Roller: And another trophy for Phil Ivey
For the second time, the player considered as a genius in poker, Phil Ivey has offered himself the prestigious trophy of the event Super High Roller at AUD250, 000 of the Aussie Millions. He has just proved once more that he is the best. Let us note that this tournament has registered spectacular record crowds, after only four years of existence. In fact, it has gathered 46 big poker players generating a prizepool of $ 11,720,000. This big jackpot was shared between the six last finalists, and as champion, Ivey has pocketed the greatest part of an amount of AUD 4 million, equivalent to USD 3,573,600. The champion of the event in 2011, Erik Seidel, was the unfortunate bubble boy. The pro of online poker Tom Dwan is on the other hand the first eliminated, after the bubble burst. He settled with a bonus of AUD 500,000. He was followed by the champion of the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure High Roller 2014, Fabian Quoss.
The Canadian Daniel Negreanu occupies the fourth place, endowed with a bonus of AUD 1,250,000. The bronze medal was attributed to Mike McDonald, who has just won the place of runner-up in the $100,000 Challenge. This new achievement has awarded him a gain of USD 1,697,460. Thus, the final duel opposed the champion of the Super High Roller 2012 to Isaac Haxton. The latter held a small step ahead in chips number. However, Ivey has quickly taken the control. He got a pair of aces. As runner-up, Haxton has got a reward of USD 2,519,388.
Tuesday, 11 February 2014
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