Daniel Dvoress won WPT Mike Sexton Classic

Daniel Dvoress 2021

WPT Montreal Online series at PartyPoker reached the end. In the last days of poker festival, the WPT Mike Sexton Classic tournament finished. The high rollers paid $10 300 buy-in in order to enter Mike Sexton event.

Before the bubble stage, it was clear that Daniel Dvoress was demonstrating a great play that evening. During the play at the final table, he was in a leading position and confidently moved towards his victory. 

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In the final heads-up, Dvoress fought against Aram Zobian who tried to prevent the winning rhythm of the Canadian pro, but he failed. Even in the last hand, Daniel's luck was at a high level. His 3-4 turned out to be stronger than Zobian's pocket pair of queens.   

Dvoress hit a straight on the river and took all chips from Zobian's stack. For his victory, Dvoress earned $294 000, whereas his opponent enriched with $200 000.

Results of WPT Mike Sexton Classic Final Table

  • Daniel Dvoress – $294 000
  • Aram Zobian – $200 000
  • Mike Watson – $140 000
  • Eelis Parssinen – $96 000
  • Jon Van Fleet – $70 000
  • Anssi Kinttala – $55 000
  • Nino Ullmann – $44 000
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