On July 3, Wednesday, the inaugural partypoker MILLIONS Vegas edition scheduled from June 28 to July 2, 2019 at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada has ended, and the top winner goes by the nickname ‘Kingsofcards'.
The $10,300 buy-in MILLIONS special edition event with a $5 million guaranteed prize pool has been won by Tom Marchese, who took home a nice plump sum of $1 million!
$5 Million Guaranteed MILLIONS Vegas
When: June 28 to July 2, 2019
Where: Aria Resort & Casino, Las Vegas
Entries: 536 players
MILLIONS Vegas is actually a standalone $5M guaranteed ‘Special Edition' of the tour's focal Main Event, featuring a $10,300 buy-in.
Today it's time for the fourth day of the 2013 WPT LA Poker Classic Main Event and 63 of 517 players will return to battle - with Jeremy Ausmus out in front with 1,014,000 chips! Ausmus is best known for his 5th place finish in the 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event for an increadible $2,155,313.
Now he has the chance to boost his bankroll with another $1,004,090. However, there is still a long way to go and there are many great players left in the tournament that he will have to overcome - just to mention a few: Noah Schwartz, Elliot Smith, Joe Hachem, Dan Shak, Ana Marquez and Jesse Sylvia.
The EPT Loutraki main event has now been played for 3 days, and in a few hours 100 players will return with hopes of becoming 1 of the 48 players who will receive a share from the $€1,344,000. Day 1a and 1b both ended with a German players in the lead. But once Day 2 came to an end, not a single German is among the top 10 players.
The chip leader is the Team PokerStars Pro Toni Judet from Romania with 288,200, and in second place is Grudi Grudev from Bulgaria with 251,600 chips. Apart from Toni Judet, there is only 1 Team PokerStars Pro with chips left, Ana Marquez. Marquez has 69,000 chips and is closely followed by David Vamplew with 67,600 chips.
It took almost 6 hours of play before Day 5 came to an end. Chip leader when the day started was the last standing women, Ana Marquez, with 3.67 million chips. But unfortunately she was not one of the 8 players who made it to the final table. Chris Oliver, who was in the lead after Day 3, has accumulated a massive stack and now the question is if anyone will stand a chance against him on the final table. You probably get my drift after checking the final table details below.
The player field is now down to 22 in the 2011 PCA Main Event in Bahamas. Leading the field is a woman, the only one left in the tournament. Ana Marquez played fantastic poker during Day 4 and one can't saying anything else than it's a well deserved lead! So what happened to Chris Oliver who was in the lead with 3.67 million when Day 4 started? Well, not much to be honest. Oliver's stack remained almost the same all Day 4 and he ended the day with 3.27 million chips. However, Max Lehmanski, Oliver's closes competitor when Day 4 started, was sent off the rail during the day.
A few notable players that still have the chance to reach the final table and battle for the first prize of 2.3 million dollars are Team PokerStars Pro Chris Moneymaker, Mike Sowers, Eric Froehlich, Eddy Sabsat and Sam Stein.
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