DTD200 Victory is Sweet For Byron Sugars
Byron Sugars got his hands on the largest live poker tournament cash of his career this weekend when he triumphed in the latest edition of the £100,000 guaranteed DTD200 event at Dusk Till Dawn, Nottingham.
|1||Byron J Sugars||£21,100|
|8||Christopher Da Silva||£3,750|
*prize money includes a £1,100 ticket
Sugars went into the final table as the shortest stack but did not let that perturb him and he soon laddered up the payout table when Chris Da Silva found himself all in with eight-five and Reza Ebrahimi three-bet isolated with a pair of red nines. The five community didn’t even hint at helping Da Silva and he was gone in eighth.
Next to fall was Steven Watkins who saw Luke Berradell limp in from the small blind and decided to raise all-in to steal the blinds and antes. Watkins made this move with the lowly seven-deuce saw was in a whole world of pain when Berradell snap-called with pocket tens. The tens held and Watkins’ tournament was over.
Sixth place went to Funda Mehmet whose demise was confirmed by two hands in quick succession. First, Mehmet’s lost to Ashley Timms’ when the board ran then Mehmet committed the rest of her short stack with eight-five and ran into a pair of queens.
Ebrahimi fell in fifth place when he ran into a full house of Timms before Berradell crashed out in fourth spot.
Third place and £9,400 went to Luke Flack who got his stack into the middle with on a flop against the of Sugars and that pair of sevens held.
The final hand of this week’s tournament saw Timms raise to 600,000 with and Sugars call with , Sugars check-called a 600,000 continuation bet on the flop before leading for 2,000,000 on the turn. Timms moved all-in and Sugars called. Timms needed a four and only a four to stay in the tournament, but the river was the , which sent him to the rail and left Sugars to claim the winners' trophy.
The DTD200 is taking a brief hiatus so that Dusk Till Dawn can concentrate on the £1 million guaranteed Grand Prix UK, a £220 buy in tournament where a seven-figure prize pool is on the line.