Despite the massive buy-in of $51,000, 46 people from all over the globe entered the 2015 World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) Super High Roller. The tournament, which is the biggest buy-in event in online poker history, concluded with eight players after several hours of play on Sunday.
Canadian pro Mike "Timex McDonald will bring the largest stack to today's final table with 237,712 [...] Read more » WCOOP Super High Roller: Mike "Timex" McDonald Leads Final 8
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 41 (F)
I was looking at the odds that pokerstars provided for this tourney and I feel slightly cheated that a lot of the big names who were apparently playing did not turn up to play.These were big names like Elky,Moorman,Bonomo and Galfond,it could be argued that the tourney was hyped up. It would be nice to know who some of the other players actually are but Timex is definitely someone to fear at the final table.I read that Nopaleva is an unknown player who qualified via a 25kFPP satellite so that would be a good story if he won. I feel for the 2 players who are going to be going home empty handed if only the top 6 are to be paid!!
Joined: Oct '14
Age: 29 (M)
I placed 5$ bet on Timex... hope he will win...
------------ phuck timex... I wanted to ship 35$ on ben when they were giving 5x offer, and I just couldnt... I set up evrything to place a bet, and I was only one click away, and than I decided to minimize it and watch little longer, and if he get more chips, I will place bet, but I missed out and they close betting :S