Timothy Adams won $417 000 at Australian Poker Open

Timothy Adams

Australian Poker Open Series tournament for $25 000 reached the end. The Canadian poker player Timothy Adams became the winner of event and got $417 000 for the first place. After this victory, Timothy’s earning in the live tournaments reached the mark of $19 000 000.

He said that the play at the final table was really hard and his opponents were tough. However, the fortune favoured him and Canadian player became the champion.

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In heads-up, Adams fought against British poker player Stephen Chidwick. Their play lasted for only a few short hands and Chidwick took the second place that brought him $270 000. Andy Lee finished third and earned $184 000.

Steve O'Dwyer took the 4th place and enriched with $123 000. The Turkish poker player Orpen Kisacikoglu finished fifth and got $98 000.

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