Timothy Adams won Main Event High Roller Club

Timothy Adams

58 participants played at High Roller Club Main Event on 11 June, and each of them paid $10 300 for a million of chips and a chance for fame.

The prize pool of guaranteed half a million increased to $580 000. Eight finalists shared it among themselves. Each of them earned not less than $21 000. Rok Gostisa was defeated in the 8th place and he earned $21 750. He was followed by the Russian player Viacheslav Buldygin ($27 550) and the Canadian pro Daniel Dvoress ($33 350).  

Aleksey Ponakov from Latvia turned his $10 300 into $42 050 (the 5th place), and Preben Stokkan enriched with $53 650 for the 4th place.

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George Wolfe finished third and got $85 550 by leaving Timothy Adams and Dan Smith in a heads up of this tournament. The poker pros made a deal, as a result of which Smith was awarded $146 503 for the second place, while Adams added $169 596 to his PartyPoker account.   

Wiktor Malinowski became a bubble boy of event. By the way, he managed to get the victory on the first day of High Roller Club for $25 500, by outplaying Steve O’Dwyer.

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