Stephen Chidwick won two High Roller Club tournaments at PartyPoker

Stephen Chidwick

This year is quite successful for one famous British poker player – Stephen Chidwick. At the end of January, he won a big high roller tournament at Australian Poker Open and earned $270 000.

This series was one of the last live ones that took place prior to coronavirus pandemic. However, some days ago Chidwick managed to please his fans with two big online victories in High Roller Club tournaments at PartyPoker.   

High Roller Club Mix-Max 2nd Chance

High Roller Club Mix-Max 2nd Chance at PartyPoker

In this tournament with $10 300 buy-in and $300 000 guarantee, Stephen Chidwick managed to earn $176 000 for the first place. Event collected 44 entries that helped to break a guarantee by $140 000.

The Polish poker player Daniel Shak became a runner-up of this tournament and got $112 600 of prize money. The champion of High Roller Club ME Timothy Adams took the 4th place with a payout of $39 600. He was followed by the German high roller Wiktor Malinowski, whose prize money reached the mark of $30 800.

Only six players reached the prize zone, and the minimum payout of $23 780 was given to Slovenian player Rok Gostisa.

The Canadian pro Sam Greenwood also took part in the tournament, but he finished eighth and left the game without prize money.

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High Roller Club The Big Game

High Roller Club The Big Game

This event collected 165 entries, which formed a prize pool of $866 370. Chidwick earned $191 720 for the victory. Thomas Boivin took the second place with a prize money of $137 750.

One of the most successful German poker player Rainer Kempe took the 7th place. His reward was $30 320. As for the female poker player, Kristen Bicknell finished tenth and enriched with $17 320.

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