Poker Masters Online results
The Poker Masters high stakes tournament now holds online due to the coronavirus. The tournament features 30 events with buy-ins from $10,000 up to $50,000. However, the series will also give points to players that cash, with the winner of the whole event earning $50,000 and the Poker Masters purple jacket for their performance across high-roller festival.
It is important to know that the series includes a guaranteed prize pool for 30 events that totals $16.5 million. Through the first 20 events of the series, that number has already surpassed with $20,530,000 in prize money awarded just more than half of the way of the schedule.
Here’s a recap of the results from events 12 through 20.
Day 6: Event 12-13
Friday, April 17 had two $10,300 buy-in, $500,000 guaranteed events take place. The first tournament of the day involved a six-max pot-limit Omaha event. The event saw about 87 entries to create a prize pool of $870,000, which was distributed among the top 12 finishers. Laszlo Bujtas got the highest share of the money after defeating Ami Barer’s heads-up. Bujtas has won more events and he is no stranger to winning. His largest score came when he finished second in the 2018 WSOP Europe main event for $797,609.
Event 13 was a six-max no-limit hold’em tournament. The tournament saw about 68 entries to create a prize pool of $680,000. The winner of the event was the Dutch player Luuk Gieles, after defeating Timothy Adams to get $235,217.
Day 7: Event 14-15
The next day (Event 14) which began on April 18 saw two more $10,300 buy-in events take place. The first event was a $500,000 guaranteed that enticed 114 entries to create a $1,140,000 prize pool. The winner of the event was Mustapha Kanit cashing out the largest share of the event ($279,00). It is important to know that Kanit is the highest-earning Italian poker player. The second event of the day was a $500,00 guaranteed six-max no-limit hold’em event; it had about 78 entries with a prize pool of $780,000, which was distributed among 12 finishers. Timothy Adams, a two-time Super High Roller Bowl champion was the event to take home ($243,989).
Day 8: Event 16-18
Sunday, April 19 had three events. The first event started with $1,000,000 guaranteed $25,500 buy-in no-limit hold’em eighth max event. With 72 entries, the prize pool increased to $1,800,000 with top-nine finishers cashing. American poker pro Jason Koon won the event and won Justin Bonomo to earn $369,000 as of the runner-up finisher, while Steve O’Dwyer took home $252,000 for third place.
Event 17 had a buy-in of $10,300 and it was a pot-limit Omaha six-max event with $500,000 as of the guaranteed prize. The event had 92 total entries Finland’s Eelis Parssinen won the event by defeating Bengt Sonnert to collect $287,782
The final event of the day (Event 18) also had $500,000 as guaranteed prize with a buy-in of $10,300, and with a total entry of 104. Linus Loeliger secured the number one spot to win $325,318.
Day 9: Event 19-20
Day 9 started on Tuesday with a $1,000,000 guaranteed $25,500 buy-in no-limit hold’em event. There were about 77 total entries; the prize pool grew to $1,925,000. Finnish poker pro Pauli Ayras won the event to win $548,625. Event 20, with $500,000 as guaranteed prize was a $10,300 buy-in no-limit hold’em six-max event. Steve O’Dwyer won the field of 86 total entries to earn $269,013 from the prize pool of $860,000.