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partypoker LIVE MILLIONS: $10k High Roller Event won by David Eldridge, Viktor Blom places 5th

Tags: David Eldridge, partypoker, Viktor Blom.
Posted on 23 April 2018 by "T".

On Saturday April 21, the partypoker MILLIONS North America $10,300 Buy-in High Roller event commenced at the Playground Poker Club in Montreal, Canada, and it was David Eldridge who came out on top of the lineup and claimed the first event, winning $300,000 (CAD) and the title.

The first $10,300 High Roller event of MILLIONS North America was able to gather 80 entries, and the ones who made it to the final table included the likes of Chris Moorman, Viktor ‘Isildur1' Blom, Parker Talbot and Victor Ramdin.

After a grueling 10 hours worth of poker play, it was David Eldridge who managed to beat everyone at the final table to claim the title and the sweet prize money. The final showdown was a heads-up match against fellow American and tourney veteran Victor Ramdin.


Meanwhile, the 27-year-old Swedish Viktor ‘Isildur1' Blom ended up in 5th place for approximately US$56,800. In his final hand, his pocket sevens got shot down by Eldridge's pocket jacks.

Thanks to this win, Eldridge's live tournament earnings now exceed $1,000,000!

Final table results




Prize (CAD)


David Eldridge

United States



Victor Ramdin

United States



Kevin Hobbs




John van Fleet

United States



Viktor Blom




Parker Talbot




Ami Alibay




Chris Moorman

United Kingdom




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9 comments on "partypoker LIVE MILLIONS: $10k High Roller Event won by David Eldridge, Viktor Blom places 5th"

 godoy23/04/2018 13:19:58 GMT
It is a magical thing to play an event of this and even more subline to nail and to consecrate champion of that brings many good thing and many opportunities as much financial as in personalization the high level poker and simply the best poker
 CALICUL23/04/2018 16:21:36 GMT
I do not think it's magic to play in these tournaments with professional players. You will lose the money and then nothing is magical. If you are not a skilled player you will regret it. A good method would be that: weak players to participate all year in satellite tournaments and at the end of the year to exist 2-3 tournaments with buy-in 10.300, 7500 or 5200 dollars without good or shark players being able to participate. Only in this way the weaker players will also be able to earn more important amounts. Smile
 doubletop77724/04/2018 07:10:47 GMT
Many congratulations to David Eldrige on winning this event and the first prize of $300,000. This final table was stacked with talent and the levels of play on here must have been insane
 Gerimantas24/04/2018 11:07:24 GMT
Not a lot of players in this tournament so not super big money for first prize finish. Of course 300,000 dollars is a lot of money and i like to win such money. But to blom about 60,000 he win i think is one time bank to play online
 Tony_MON7ANA24/04/2018 15:28:25 GMT
Massive well done to American professional poker player David Eldridge, who maneuvered through the field of 80 top-notch and tough players from around the globe. There were many notable poker players at the final table of the tournament. I will be sure to watch the final table actions online later this month.
 Mober24/04/2018 19:04:22 GMT
For that buy in the winnings of the tournament were low i believe.
But even so, from 10k investment winning a 300k is more than good Smile
How many of us have wished for just a win like their buy in Smile
 pochui24/04/2018 20:35:51 GMT
yeah like a few dudes have written above me I too ponder that for a mammoth 10k buyin to walk away as the tournament winner and pocket only 300k is not amazing stuff. but hey a win is a win and the filed wasn't too big too.
 bowie198424/04/2018 23:37:15 GMT
Only eighty entries on a 10k buy-in (let's face it - calling this a high roller event in the current economy is kind of ridiculous) tournament is far from ideal. The fact that the winner could not even scratch into half million for his first place finish is making this event's future questionable IMO:
 godoy25/04/2018 16:50:40 GMT
to win a tournament of this brings the maxina realization to a play depoker because that is what we seek at all times and that is why we play until arriving at the highest level that and to put an event of this magnitude

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