The 2020 Caribbean Poker Party Online continued on November 17 with the massive $25,500 Super High Roller event. We stuck a $2 million guarantee on its prize pool and 84 entrants meant a pot of $2,100,000 was created.
Those 84 hopefuls were reduced to the final table of seven, each of them in the money. Adrian Mateos leads a host of stars, including Team partypoker’s Isaac Haxton and Sam Trickett.
CPP #04: Super High Roller Final Table Chip Counts
|1||Adrian Mateos||United Kingdom||24,250,438|
|7||Sam Trickett||United Kingdom||2,209,044|
Adrian Mateos loves the Caribbean Poker Party. He won the $25,500 Super High Roller ($520,464) and the $10,300 Main Event ($1,162,805) at last year’s festival and is now looking to continue that incredible run with victory in the online festival.
Mateos returns to the action at 19:05 GMT on November 18 knowing he’s only six eliminations away from securing a $585,175 prize. He is one of two returning players armed with more than 20 million chips.
The United Kingdom-based Spaniard has 24.250.438 chips in his stack, nudging him ahead of Pascal Lefrancois (21,185,184) in second place.
Third place at the restart belongs to Isaac Haxton (15,718,845) with Mateos’ fellow countryman Sergi Reixach occupying fourth spot (9,492,570).
Austrian Claas Stoob (5,622,968) has the chance to make a name for himself when play resumes. Daniel Colpoys (5,502,951) and our very own Sam Trickett (2,209,044) make up the rest of the final table.
Each of the returning players is guaranteed $84,837 for their efforts after the money bubble burst during Day 1 proceedings.
Darren Elias is used to winning tournaments not bubbling them but he did the latter in this prestigious event.
Joao Vieira and Vyacheslav Buldygin collected $57,533 with Luke Reeves and super high roller specialist Timothy Adams banking $65,314. Both Niklas Astedt and Elio Fox netted $73,575.
Watch all the final table action, complete with expert commentary and analysis, over on our official Twitch channel.
Karl-Joonatan Mets Takes Down CPP Event #3
Estonia’s Karl-Joonatan Mets is a CPP Online champion after he outlasted 203 opponents in the $1,050 buy-in Knockout event. Mets got his hands on the largest slice of the $204,000 pie by claiming the $15,987 top prize for himself and boosting that impressive sum with an additional $26,664 from the bounty prize pool.
Renato Nomura was Team partypoker’s sole representative in the money list, the Brazilian star busted in 27th place for $1,222 which increase by $687 with bounties included.
The seven-handed final table started with the elimination of Joshua Hoesel whose combined prize weighed in at $6,079. Hungary’s Marton Czuczor was the first player to net five-figures, a combined $16,597 for a third-place finish.
Mets then brushed aside Samy Ouellani heads-up to lock up the tournament’s largest prize. The Dutch runner-up still had $18,592 reasons to be cheerful.
What’s On The Schedule on November 18?
All eyes will be on the Super High Roller due to the gigantic prizes on offer but there’s a lot more going on besides this event.
Two more events kick-off, the $1,050 buy-in and $109 buy-in Heads-Up. These start at 20:05 GMT and you have to buy in before then because there is no late registration. They are also capped at 256 and 512-entrants respectively due to the one-on-one format.
There is also a trio of CPP Main Event satellites to get your teeth into. A Daily Sat starts at 17:05 GMT and has three Main Event seats guaranteed. Three hours later, at 20:05 GMT, there’s a 10x $5,300 seat Mega Sat with a 3x $5,300 seat turbo satellite at 23:05 GMT. All cost $530 to enter.
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