Day 1 completed
Day 1 completed
With a good day for Bulgaria as Ognyan Dimov won The High Roller Big Game and Boris Kolev claimed the Day 1g and overall Day 2 chip lead of the WPT500 Knockout, the Sunday live updates blog comes to an end. Join us again next week for another Sunday on partypoker!
Serhii Biletskyi and Stoyan Obreshkov both busted in the final hand of the night for the 121 remaining players to make it through to Day 2 of the WPT500 Knockout.
The 810 entries on Day 1g added to the prize pool for the tournament to surpass the initial $1,000,000 guarantee as $1,081,000 has been collected already with a turbo flight to take place on Monday, March 22, at 5:05 p.m. GMT.
Bulgaria's Boris Kolev claimed the Day 1g chip lead with over 10 million in chips. He is followed in the counts by Damien Wain, Conor Beresford, Alfred Karlsson, and Dimitrios Sfakianakis in the top five.
partypoker Ambassadors Kristen Bicknell and Joao Simao both made it through too.
Kolev's chip lead tonight also hands him the overall chip lead for Day 2, placing him ahead of Diego Ventura, Aleksandr Shepel, André Marques, and Wain if you look at the top five of the counts.
Day 2 has 324 survivors right now with more to join them once the turbo edition of the starting flight has finished. The first levels of the day will last 16 minutes and increase to 24 minutes after the first 24 levels. The first level of the day will feature a small blind of 35,000, a big blind of 70,000, and a running ante of 8,750.
Play will continue until the final table has been reached and play will resume on Tuesday, March 23 at 8:05 p.m. GMT. This will also signal the start of the partypoker Twitch Streams as they will provide cards-up coverage from the start until the champion can be crowned.
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After 7.5 hours, Ognyan Dimov has taken down this weeks The High Roller Big Game for $82,965 by defeating Joakim Andersson heads-up.
In the final hand of the night, Dimov held on the board for the straight while Andersson held the for two pair. Dimov already held a commanding chip lead and secured the win for another nice score.
The tournament attracted 139 entries to get to a total prize pool of $353,000 which easily surpassed the initial $300,000 guarantee.
The High Roller Big Game Final Table Results March 21
|4||Duco Ten Haven||Netherlands||$26,357|
|5||David Yan||New Zealand||$19,469|
Aside from the players on the final table, partypoker ambassadors Isaac Haxton and Patrick Leonard both min-cashed for $5,308.
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New Zealand's Dylan Rowe finished on top of a field of 2,420 entrants to win the WPT #01 WPT500 at partypoker for $181,545.
The event was one of two $530 buy-in events boasting a $1 million guarantee on the WPT500 schedule with the other being the WPT #13: WPT500 Knockout on March 15-23. The guarantee was smashed with entries generating a huge $1,211,000 prize pool.
It was a huge win for Rowe, who doesn't have many live results to speak of. In fact, according to The Hendon Mob, there has just been one that fit their requirements to be recorded.
Coincidentally, Rowe's only recorded result was in a WPT side event when the tour visited SkyCity Casino in New Zealand in 2019 when he went on to win the NZ$550 No Limit Hold'em - WPT New Zealand Six Max Shot Clock for NZ$16,640 ($10,857).
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Just before the synchronized break started, Stephen Chidwick bubbled the final table of The High Roller Big Game to collect $7,687 while the rest headed into the break having secured a spot for that all-important spot in the later stages of the tournament.
Holding the chip lead at the final table is Simon Mattsson with 37,694,112. He is joined by David Yan, Ognyan Dimov, Joakim Andersson, Duco Ten Haven, Jans Arends, Torben Sørensen, Rok Gostisa, and Aleksejs Ponakovs.
The winner will walk away with $82,965.