The second event of the day was an eight-max-limit hold’em $ 25,500 event

The second event of the day was an eight-max-limit hold’em $ 25,500 event – With a total of 40 entries, this tournament actually fulfilled the $ 1,000,000 guarantee. The largest chunk of the prize money went to none other than Viktor ‘Isildur1 ′ Blom (pictured above, center), who came out on top for $ 407,500 after beating Mike Watson for the title. It was Blom’s second win from the series. Watson earned $ 265,000 as runner-up, while David Peters locked in $ 165,000 for the second big score of the day.

Mark Radoja (pictured above, right) came out on top in event 15, overtaking the field of 60 entrants in the $ 10,300 no-limit buy-in hold’em event. It was Canada’s first Table Cup final of the two-time Canadian series bracelet winner. He earned $ 195,000 after beating Pauli Ayras (second place – $ 132,000).

The next three tournaments are all about hold’em six-max no-limit visit secoast. The first is a $ 500,000 guaranteed $ 10,300 buy-in event that draws 75 total entries to create a final $ 750,000 prize pool. Artur Martirosian (pictured above, left) beat Samuel Vousden to secure the title and grand prize of $ 234,605. Vousden earned $ 146,250 as runner-up, while second place Chris Hunichen took home $ 90,000 as a third-place finisher.

2017 Player Card Player of the Year award-winning Adrian Mateos (pictured above, center) outlasted 61 Total entries to win the 17th event, $ 1,000,000 guaranteed $ 25,500 buy-in event. The number of strong votes saw the prize pool increase to $ 1,525,000, meaning that Mateos earned $ 527,510 as the eventual winner. He beat Seth Davies to win, sending the Americans on the train for $ 343,125.

The final event of the day was a $ 10,300 repurchase with a $ 500,000 guarantee. The tournament drew 76 total entries, with Linus Loeliger (pictured above, right) coming out on top in the end. The Swiss poker player known to many via his online handle ‘LLinusLLove’ cashed in $ 237,733 after surpassing Vicent Bosca Ramon (2 – $ 148,200) in a head-up final fight. David Peters continued his impressive run with his third final table featured in a two-day span, cashing in $ 91,200 as a third-place finisher.

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