The WPT High Roller event in London attracted a very small field of players this time. Only 18 players were willing to pay the buy-in of £15,000, among them were notables such as Tony G, Luke Schwartz and Freddy Deeb. It ended up being Freddy Deeb, Tony G and Justin "BoostedJ" Smith who made it to the money. First player to leave the tournament was Freddy Deeb, which left Tony G and "Justin Smith playing heads up, a heads up match which Justin Smith took home after some time. For the win he received nothing less than £141,000.
@edr_007: It's not a big difference between 3 and 4 (how many should have been ITM normally)...and if you think it's not profitable, then stick to cash and don't play SNGs and MTTs <--these are pretty much all I play and I always think to take 1st...believe me...if you if bust out every time just after you reach the money, it's never ever profitable
expected to see more players than 18, but it was just like a sng for the registered players and finished quickly. so i dnt think they wud be that unhappy. well done to justin smith winning first prize.
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