$25 500 Super High Roller completed at Powerfest

Powerfest at PartyPoker

The other day, the $25 500 Super High Roller at PartyPoker took place as part of the Powerfest series. Each participant that paid the buy-in wanted to become a champion. Only one player managed to do that: Sven Andersson from Sweden.

In total, the event collected 64 entries, and 11 poker players reached the second game day. Matthias Eibinger, João Vieira, and Sami Kelopuro got in the money but did not make it to the final table.

Poker fans could watch the tournament live on the PartyPoker Twitch channel. Luke Giles and Jonathan Saks Skovsen moved all-in holding pocket pairs and both lost to Andras Nemeth's AK.

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When there were three people left in the game, Sven had 50% of all the chips in his stack. The Swede felt confident and knocked players out of the tournament one by one.

In the heads-up, he was opposed by Markus Leikkonen: the fight lasted 30 minutes only. In the last hand of the event, Markus decided to bluff but it was an unsuccessful move.

On a 10-9-K-A-5 board, Markus moved all-in with 7-7 on the river and was called by Sven who had Q-K. As a result, Andersson became the tournament winner, pocketing $480 000.

Powerfest: $25 500 Event Final Table Results

  1. Sven Andersson – $480 000
  2. Markus Leikkonen – $300 000
  3. Andras Nemeth – $194 000
  4. Timothy Nather – $140 000
  5. Jonathan Saks Skovsen – $105 000
  6. Luke Giles – $85 000
  7. Ole Schemion – $70 000

Powerfest tournaments will be removed from the PartyPoker lobby on April 28th: you have time to take part in the series until that date. There are many events with available buy-ins (starting at $1.10) on the schedule as well as satellites to them.

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