The $1,500 buy-in Millionaire Maker event ended early this morning after 4 days of intensive play. The tournament drew a field of 7,190 entries, the 8th biggest live tournament in poker history, and 32-year-old America poker pro Jason Dewitt received $1,065,403 and his second gold bracelet for being the last man standing - while runner-up Garrett Greer (also from USA) received $1 million as a "con[...] Read more » 2016 WSOP: Two Players Get A Million Each In Millionaire Maker Event
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 47 (M)
Very well played, everyone, especially to those who managed to finish in the top 3 among the field of 7,190 entrants. Hats off to Jason Dewitt and Garrett Greer for grabbing one million dollars or more, and to Lisa Meredith for finishing third, earning her a half million dollars.
Joined: Oct '15
Age: 35 (M)
Nice payout. Looks like a deal was agreed heads up. Who can blame them. i would be shitting myself if i were in their position. Binking this would end in me retiring I feel for the other donks that did not cash. Oh well there is always next year. The low female representation in such a juicy tournament is a concern.
He added, "It helped that I got lots of good cards. When I'm dealt good cards, it's easy to be the aggressor. I also didn't make any big mistakes. But it's easier when you keep getting dealt good cards." here he is absolutely right .. when you have a good map, you can play safely and confidently ... but you try to win like 2-7 ... you can?
Joined: Mar '16
Location: Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of
Age: 46 (M)
Many times the 2 7 winning combination , you just have to negotiate when , poker is a game where you need a lot of luck so that says a man , you can not win if you do not have good cards , if you guess lucky day then can you be millionaire
Joined: Aug '10
Age: 50 (M)
Wow what an unbelievable prize pool and two Player wons over one Million $! I never heard about Dewitt before, but this american poker pro wons relly a big big cash prize and it seems, he was a verry good Player.