Alex Foxen won the final heads-up at Poker Masters


Due to coronavirus epidemic, Poker Masters high roller series was temporarily moved to online, and PartyPoker became the place for the player’s fight.  

The tournament with $10 300 buy-in drew the attention of the poker community. The event collected 99 entries and the prize pool reached the mark of $990 000. 12 players got to the prize zone.

Bonomo is in the top 10 finalists

The finale of the tournament was full of famous players and Justin Bonomo was one of them. He won over $49 000 000 in the live events during his entire career. However, his online results are also good.

This time, he wasn’t able to show his best play and Justin took the 10th place. $27 000 became a rather modest winning for the Canadian player (given his $49 000 000 won offline).

The owner of purple jacket Ali Imsirovich and high roller Timothy Adams left the game in the sixth and fifth places, respectively. Conor Beresford got $86 000 for the 4th place and only three strongest players remained in the tournament.

Alex Foxen in the company of Mateos and Martirosian

Alex Foxen, Adrian Mateos and Artur Martirosian entered the top 3. Adrian Mateos was the first to leave this battle with $118 000 as a prize money.

Alex Foxen reached to the heads-up and fought against Russian player Artur Martirosian. He managed to outplay Martirosian by leaving him in the second with $193 000 as a prize money. As a result, Alex became the winner of event and earned $309 000 for the 1st place.     

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