Timothy Adams became a runner-up of Main Event EPT Online at PokerStars

Timothy Adams 2020

Main Event for $5 200 with a guaranteed prize money of $5 000 000 finished at EPT Online 2020 series at PokerStars. There were 1 330 entries that beat the guarantee by $1 520 000. As a result, the total prize money reached the mark of $6 520 000.

Nine poker pros managed to reach final table, including David "MissOracle" Yan, Andreas "daskalos20" Christoforou, Viacheslav "VbV1990" Buldygin, Jon "apestyles" Van Fleet and others.

The top regular from New Zealand David "MissOracle" Yan took the third place and earned $520 965. The famous high roller from Canada Timothy Adams became a runner-up of this Main Event. He earned an impressive prize money of $728 630.

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The newly-minted millionaire from Sweden under the nickname "WhatlfGod" became the champion of tournament. He has enriched with $1 019 080 and this result is considered the largest prize in his career.

Final hand results

In heads-up, Timothy Adams fought on the button against "WhatlfGod". He made a bet of 4.4 million, but "WhatlfGod" decided to raise it. Adams called a 3-bet from his opponent (16 million).

A♥ 6♠ 4♥ came on the flop. "WhatlfGod" made a c-bet of eight million and he was called by Timothy. On the turn (8♠) and river (A♣), "WhatlfGod" made a check-call of Adams bets. The Swedish pro had a stack advantage, as well as the best hand. As a result, he outplayed the Canadian participant and became the champion of event.

Final hand

Here, you can watch the broadcasting of final table of EPT Online Main Event with the commentary from poker professionals:

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