Yesterday was another huge day in the 2020 Caribbean Poker Party (CPP) at partypoker with two of the biggest events in the Main Event and the High Roller both reaching the final table and three other big events crowning winners.
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Diego Ventura Leads the Final Table in the CPP Main Event
Just nine players remain out of a big field of 1,037 entrants in the 2020 Caribbean Poker Party $5,300 Main Event held online at partypoker with a familiar face in the lead.
Diego Ventura ended Day 1b and Day 2 as the chip leader, and today, he will enter the final table as the clear chip leader.
Ventura will kick off tonight’s action at 7:05 p.m. GMT with a stack north of 300 million chips. This is well clear of Grayson Ramage in second place who has 193 million.
Ramage had quite the day yesterday as not only did he advance to the final table in the Main Event with a healthy stack, but also managed a podium third-place finish in the Mini Main Event to bank $57,160.
There’s also a place at the final table for partypoker’s Isaac Haxton, fresh from a third-place finish in the Caribbean Poker Party 04: $25,500 Super High Roller for $253,130.
Fellow partypoker Ambassador Anatoly Filatov also had a deep run but bubbled the final table in 10th place for $52,887 in the last hand of the day.
The final nine players have each locked up at least $65,331. The payouts increase quickly from there with the eventual winner slated to earn a massive payday of $879,894.
Caribbean Poker Party $5,300 Main Event Final Table
|3||Jonathan Proudfoot||United Kingdom||142,411,766||57|
Carribbean Poker Party Main Event Winners
The partypoker CPP Main Event is now in its fifth year. The event debuted in 2016 when Troy Quenneville outlasted a field of 526 entrants to win the $400,000.
A year later, Sam Greenwood became the first seven-figure winner in this event after navigating through a field of 1,061 entrants to win a cool $1,000,000.
Felipe Oliveira currently has the honor of winning the biggest CPP Main Event prize. In 2018, he bested a field of 1,815 entrants to win $1,500,000.
Another big name won the Main Event last year in Adrian Mateos, who banked $879,895 after finishing on top of a 948-entrant field.
Juan Pardo Dominguez Leads the High Roller Final Table
In other news, Juan Pardo Dominguez leads the final seven players in the CPP $10,300 High Roller with a stack of nearly 38 million in chips when the action resumes today at 7:05 p.m. GMT.
The event attracted 111 entrants to generate a $1,110,000 prize pool. This smashed the $1,000,000 guarantee slapped on the event. The first day ended after three big names hit the rail in Laurynas Levinskas, Pascal Hartmann, and Joseph Cheong.
While Dominguez is in the driver’s seat he potentially has a long road ahead of him with big names just behind him at the final table including Jonathan Van Fleet (26,366,612), Pascal Lefrancois (15,432,164), and Mark Radoja (15,102,844).
Lefrancois is a player to keep a close eye on as he is eyeing his second title this festival after previously shipping the CPP Super High Roller for $585,175.
Caribbean Poker Party $10,300 High Roller Final Table
|1||Juan Pardo Dominguez||United Kingdom||37,997,337||95|
|2||Jonathan Van Fleet||Canada||26,366,612||66|
|5||Giuseppe Iadisernia||United Kingdom||8,874,423||22|
Other Results on Tuesday, November 24
In addition to two big events reaching their final tables, three other events played to completion.
Latvia’s Vitalijs Zavorotnijs, who flies an Estonian flag at partypoker, won the biggest prize of the three new champions after shipping the CPP $530 Mini Main Event for $123,718 after besting Brazil’s Fabiano Kovalski in heads-up play.
Russia’s Timur Kurbanov shipped the CPP $55 Micro Main Event for $21,456 after agreeing to a three-way deal with Bulgaria’s Georgi Banchev and Lithuania’s Deividas Kvaselis.
Meanwhile, the CPP $5,200 High Roller Second Chance was one of the fastest events to take place during the festival at partypoker. It took just under 5 1/2 hours of play for Canada’s Guillaume Nolet to ship this event for $100,517.
2020 Caribbean Poker Party Festival Results
|Nov. 16||CPP #01: $1,050 The Opener||$714,000||714||Alexander van der Swaluw||$105,251|
|Nov. 24||CPP #02: $55 Micro Main Event||$150,000||2,152||Timur Kurbanov||$21,456|
|Nov. 24||CPP #02: $530 Mini Main Event||$743,500||797||Vitalijs Zavorotnijs||$123,718|
|Nov. 18||CPP #03: $1,050 The Knockout||$204,000||204||Karl-Joonatan Mets||$42,652|
|Nov. 19||CPP #04: $25,500 Super High Roller||$2,100,000||84||Pascal Lefrancois||$585,176|
|Nov. 19||CPP #05: $1,050 Heads Up||$100,000||102||Hannes Speiser||$25,040|
|Nov. 20||CPP #06: $3,200 Pot Limit Omaha||$150,000||51||Gavin Cochrane||$49,561|
|Nov. 23||CPP #07: $1,050 The Warm Up||$621,000||621||Jan-Eric Schwippert||$100,273|
|Nov. 23||CPP #08: $2,600 Second Chance Turbo||$212,500||85||Ivan Zufic||$59,214|
|Nov. 24||CPP #10: $5,200 High Roller Second Chance||$335,000||67||Guillaume Nolet||$100,517|
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