Winner of WPT Player of the Championship became known

 WPT Player of the Championship

The huge WPT Online series ended with the $10 300 WPT Mini Super High Roller event. Artur Martirosyan managed to take down the tournament, and that victory allowed him to hold the lead in the overall leaderboard of the series.

There was a rivalry between Martirosyan and Scott Margereson for the first place on the leaderboard, and they fought to the last event. The champion was supposed to receive $50 000 so both poker players were eager to top the leaderboard.

It’s worth noting that Artur did not know that he was at the top of the leaderboard for most of the series. According to the player, he got seriously involved in the race only after being told about his position on the leaderboard. Then, Martirosyan focused on high roller tournaments that appeared towards the end of the series, and his rivals did not play those events.

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Scott Margereson, just like Martirosyan, made it to the final day of the Mini Super High Roller with a $10 300 buy-in. Scott ended up the event in sixth place, while Artur continued to fight for the victory. It meant that Margereson had no chances to overtake Martirosyan on the WPT Online leaderboard.

The freerolls are created with the name of each Team partypoker’s pro who entered the leaderboard, thus you will be offered to take part in five tournaments. All you have to do is to download Partypoker for real money if you haven’t done it yet.

Overall WPT Online Leaderboard

1Artur Martirosyan430$50 000
2Scott Margereson377$10 000
3Phil Mighall
329$5 000
4Dimitar Danchev
299$3 000
5Roberto Romanello
297$2 000
6Kristen Bicknell
270$1 000
7Mikita Badziakouski265$1 000
8Andrey Kotelnikov
264$1 000
9Teun Mulder
250$1 000
10Thomas Boivin
246$1 000
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