David Peters wins $50 000 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open
American high roller David Peters tries not to miss expensive live tournaments where a player can earn big prize money. This year (like the last one) turned out to be very profitable for him. For two years in a row, he has won a WSOP gold bracelet.
Peters won his fourth WSOP bracelet this year in an event that cost poker players a whopping $100 000. Then, in addition to the WSOP bracelet, David earned a huge amount of $1 116 810 in prize money.The American decided to play in the tournaments of the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open 2022 series, and among them a special $50 000 super high roller event was the one that could not be missed.
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The Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open 2022: $50 000 No-Limit Hold'em gathered a field of 25 entries, resulting in a total prize pool of $1 212 500. David Peters was able to bypass the entire field of high rollers and earn the main prize of the tournament, which amounted to more than 400 thousand dollars. The second place was taken by American Byron Kaverman, who received $380 580 as a runner-up. Peters and Kaverman made a deal that gave Peters the tournament title.
Third place was taken by another popular American high roller Elio Fox with almost 200 thousand dollars in prize money. Spanish poker player Sergio Aido finishes in fourth place, earning $133 370.
American poker player Krishna Lawrence was the last in the prize zone in fifth place, and received the largest payout in his poker career of $97 000.