Isaac Haxton became a High Roller Big Game champion on October 25 and saw his bankroll swell by a cool $120,354. Victory in these tournaments is never a simple task because they attract some of the best players in the world. Haxton never plays scared and that certainly showed in this weekend’s event as he shone and emerged as a worthy winner.
High Roller Big Game Final Table Results
|5||Christoph Vogelsang||United Kingdom||$32,630|
Only 16 of the 100 entrants received a slice of the $502,000 prize pool and it was one of our own who burst the money bubble. Roberto Romanello fell in 17th place and was the last player to go home empty-handed.
British duo Rob Yong and Tom Hall were the first players to cash, each collected $10,040. Justin Bonomo was another star who saw a return on their investment. As was Artur Martirosian and Juan Pardo, the latter bursting the final table bubble.
Steve O’Dwyer and the Swedish legend Niklas Astedt were the final table’s first casualties. Carl Lie, Christoph Vogelsang, and the high roller specialist Ole Schemion joined that pair on the sidelines.
Matthias Eibinger fell in third and left Haxton to fight it out with Joao Vieira heads-up. Haxton proved too strong for Vieira and he brushed him aside to claim the $120,354 top prize, which resigned Vieira to an $86,268 consolation prize.
Big Game Final Table Results
|1||Fabio Sperling||United Kingdom||$48,190|
|4||Alexandros Theologis||United Kingdom||$16,362|
|5||David Lopez||United Kingdom||$11,519|
WPT500 champion Fabio Sperling is now also a Big Game champion after coming out on top in this weekend’s event.
Sperling saw his $530 buy-in turn into a massive $48,190 after defeating Canada-based Australian Stevan Chew heads-up. Chew had to make do with the $34,323 second-place prize, which is still a very healthy return on a $530 investment.
Plenty of other big names made it to the final table, including Andras Nemeth, Sergei Denisov, David Lopez, and Alexandros Theologis.
Mini Big Game Final Table Results
|4||Tautvydas Buskevicius||United Kingdom||$5,408|
*reflects a heads-up deal
The Mini Big Game was only mini in name thanks to 2,144 players forking out $55 and creating a guarantee-busting $107,105 prize pool. This event ended in a heads-up chop with the last standing pair of players sharing more than $30,000.
Russia’s Aleksey Konoplev is credited with finishing in second place, a finished that weighed in at $14,716. Leandro Wienskoski of Brazil officially won the Mini Big Game and walked away with $15,458 for a $55 buy-in!
Some of the other Daily Legends results include:
- “Oil-trader” – first-place in the $1,111 High Roller One Shot for $41,939
- “SpaceyFCB” – first-place in the $320 The 300 for $22,953*
- “Gytis” – first-place in the $109 Weekender for $19,394*
- “hummylun” – first-place in the $777 Magnificent 77 for $19,290*
- “Disco_Stu” – first-place in the $111 One Shot for $16,970
- “Astpatapotaita” – first-place in the $55 Gladiator for $16,083*
- “Nutsinpre” – first-place in the $22 Predator for $10,661*
- “SeanWotherepoon” – first-place in the $33 Triple Barrel for $8,712*
- “RalphSpew” – first-place in the $22 Clasico for $5,571
- “AquiNNenem” – first-place in the $11 Terminator for $4,816*
- “Bet0sauros” – first-place in the $77 Magnificent 77 for $4,450*
- “pr03ra” – first-place in the $33 Grind for $4,111
- “Smokking” – first-place in the $22 Blade for $3,717*
- “PCAmish” – first-place in the $11 Mini One Shot for $3,363
- “rmmatoso” – first-place in the $5.50 Five Diamond for $1,827 plus a $55 Masters ticket
- “Liaserg99” – first-place in the $2.20 Brawl for $1,059 plus a $22 Predator ticket
- “fishman_86” – first-place in the $5.50 Flash for $959* plus a $55 Gladiator ticket
- “HOTChikaVIKA88” – first-place in the $2.20 Deuce for $536 plus a $22 Clasico ticket
*includes bounty payments
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