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Million Dollar Heater - sensational final!

Million Dollar Heater - sensational final! Portal Mazal

 

Sensation! 3 players at the final table of Million Dollar Heater Championship came to a common agreement and shared the final prize. This event with $3 200 buy-in was held in the entertainment complex Beau Rivage Hotel & Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi. According to the agreement between the final players, the prize was shared as following: Jake Daniels got a prize of $113 000, Tripp Kirk also won $113 000 and for the third position taken by BJ McBrayer there was left $78 000.

This tournament is held every year and is considered to be a real treasure of the southern states of America. This year, to participate in the Million Dollar Heater revealed a desire 161 players from all over America. Initially, the organisers announced the contest guarantee prize pool of $500 000, still due to the high hype it was significantly exceeded.

The final game of the tournament was held on Wednesday, January 27, and the player with the biggest stack was Kofman Tolly (4 gold rings from the WSOPC). In order to increase the chances of winning he immediately knocked out 2 finalists - Ken H. (with a prize of $10 000) and S. Weinberg ($15 000). The fight continued between the R.Van Sanford with a pair of aces and a future champion, who managed to collect three jacks and to deprive the opponent any chances for success. Van Sanford finished at the 7th place with $20 000. The 6th place and $25 000 got D. Palmer, the 5-th place left for K. Tolley ($30 000), 4th place won Chokeles ($40 000). And the last three gamblers got the final prize.

At the same time there was another interesting event, which is haunted by many fans of poker. To the final table of the PokerStars online contest managed to get the bot! Championship TCOOP-08 with $82 buy-in and 4080 participants continued smoothly and at the final table 2 gamblers also decided to make a deal. The game entered the moderator to specify the actual amount of each prize and there started strange things. The first player (from Finland) immediately agreed to the deal, but Russian poker player has ceased to respond for an hour (he did not answer in the game chat or by phone). In the end, the final prize of $40 393 took Fin LuckboxStami, and Russian player will have great problems with the PokerStars security service.