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   Monday, March 19 2018 
CPPT Bestbet Jacksonville: Sean Winter’s victory over 218 players

The sixth stage of the season II of the North American Card Player Poker Tour (CPPT) poker tournament circuit ended with the victory of Sean Winter. The 23 year-old hometown hero earned the title after a tougher game which lasted two hours and a half. Actually, he accomplished a great win out of the field of 218 players with a big prize of $ 84,000. Sean Winter now earns a total of $ 106,560 from CPPT season II after a fourth place in Palm Beach and ninth in Reno. As we know, he ranked fourth in the CPPT 2014 biggest wins of the season. As a reminder, Sean Winter started the final table of this CPPT 2014 Bestbet Jacksonville poker tournament in the third position in terms of chips, behind Edward Gilfillan and Erik Christensen.

However, he seemed to catch up his delay on the very first hand of the final table. As a regular poker player, he took the lead over the three remaining players. The elimination of Brian Washington in the third place for a gain of $ 33,000 has enabled him to face against Edward Gilfillan in Heads-up. Strong of his advantage of almost 3 against 1 chip, he easily defeated his rival Gilfillan. The latter then finished second as a “runner-up”; he pocketed $ 49,500. In the fourth place, Kevin Baker headed for the door with a win of $ 22,950. His elimination was proceeded by Erik Christensen ($ 17,100). As for Konstantinos Pantardis, he was the first to leave the table. Ousted by Erik Christensen, he got home with $ 13,200.

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