Daniel Dvores has had 17 Finals appearances Triton Booker events without coming up with the title. Finally, the eighteenth time was the charm World Series of Poker The winner of the bracelet is from Canada. He emerged victorious in the final event of 2023 Triton Super High Roller Series North Cyprus Festival, leading a field of 29 entries to secure the title and the $214,000 prize in the $20,000 short group event.
Dvoress now has over $26.5 million in professional tournament earnings, with over $7 million Triton events.
This win also hit 216 card player Player of the Year refers to Dvoress, who has reached eight final tables so far this year. With over $1.6 million to date POY earnings and 2,305 points, Dvoress is now the 35th player in 2023 POY Run the race Global Poker.
Only the top five cash in this event. Paul Phua was kicked out of the money bubble when his AQ lost to a two-time J-9 right Triton Winner: Tom Duane.
Stephen Chedwick quickly followed when A-9’s jumpsuit hit Dvoress’ pocket scores, which improved to a combo on the flop. Finding no help and losing in the fifth, Chedwick won $55,100 for his fifth cashout of the series. Chedwick has now reached ten final tables in 2023, winning three titles along the way. Defense POY Champion now sits in twelfth position POY ranking with nearly $3.5 million to date POY earnings and 3256 total points.
First time Triton Casher Denys Chufarin was next to hit the rails, running the A-10 into Dvoress’ pocket plugs. Chufarin was awarded $68,100 for his efforts.
Ace-High wrestled against a big pocket pair again in the next hand at the final table. Pot-limit Omaha event winner Michael Watson recently set up AQ regulation against the pocket queens of Dwan. The pair held in this case as well, and Watson settled for $94,800 as the third-place finisher. It was Watson’s ninth finish at the final table of the year, winning four titles and more than $3.3 million. POY Earnings accumulated so far. With this last deep run, Watson cemented his hold on fifth place in the POY Leaderboards.
The head-to-head game started with Dwan having over a 2:1 advantage on Dvoress. Things are even as play continues, with Dvoress advancing in time for the final hand.
All chips entered on KKj Flipping with Duane S. Holdingsj For kings and queens. Dvorress Q7 to draw a flush. 7 Dwan in turn gave the tie a flush as well, while Dvoress added a pair of his own. 7 In the end Dvoress gave a full backdoor, Seven Full of Kings, to lock the pot and title. Duane was eliminated in second place, earning $148,000 bringing his career total to over $5.9 million.
Here is a look at payments and POY Points awarded in this event:
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