Looks like Shawn Winter had a feeling he might win the jackpot during 2022 poker masters High stakes tournament festival, which is part of PokerGO Tour. According to social media posts three times World Series of Poker winner bracelet and poker jo Commentator Nick Shulman, Winter had reached out to him earlier in the series to share photos about repeatedly watching the “7-7-7” digital sequence. It started with a photo of a cube truck from a local Las Vegas company called Triple 7 Movers on day one of the series and continued with multiple shots of three sevens flopping.
Seen a lot but Sean Winter is sending this truck picture on the first day of the poker masters. Well lol. But then all week he says he kept seeing 777 on flipping. He takes pictures and talks about them every day lol. But just check the last photo please.. pic.twitter.com/mO9y6QIgIn
– Nick Schulman (@Nick Schulman) 4 October 2022
The last photo Schulman referenced is a screenshot of the final standings in the Poker Masters Purple Jacket race. What it shows is that Winter earned $777,000 during the series, which is more than any player. In fact, Winter’s performance later testified that it piles up enough PokerGO . Tour Rank points for securing the jacket and a reward of $50,000 as a player in the series.
Winter would not have benefited from the first six tournaments of the Ten Events Series. That all changed when he finished second out of a field of 69 entries in the first $25,000 subscription cycle of the series, earning $345,000 and 207 ranking points.
Just two days later, Winter came out victorious from 54 entries in the penultimate tournament of the festival, taking home $432,000 and another 259 points. As it turns out, Winter’s head-to-head opponent in that event was none other than Schulman, who racked up four cash during the series, including three Final Table Finals with two runner-up bids. Shulman finished third in the race for the jacket, behind Winter and Jason Cohn, who beat the festival’s last championship for $666,000.
This was the second in the winter PokerGO . Tour The series player won, having received similar honors in US Open Poker Championship earlier this year thanks to a belated rise in that festival. Winter has now generated more than $22.9 million in professional course earnings.
Winter’s strong performance in this series also helped propel him to second place in the card player The best player in the race. He now has three titles and 16 POY– Final qualifying table finished in 2022. With 5,198 points and over $3.4 million a year so far POY His income, and now ranks second this year POY Race arrangement, which is presented by Global Poker. He trails current leader Stephen Sheddock by 979 points. It’s also outside the top five in PGT Leaderboard.
Coming to the final table for that $50,000 final match won by Conn, players still have a chance to take Winter: world poker tour Champion Seth Davis and nine-time bracelet winner Eric Seidel. If either of them came out with the title, it would usurp Winter to secure the series player’s honor. As it turns out, Davis finished fifth for $148,000 while Seidel earned $203,500 as the fourth-place finisher. Seidel finished fourth in the points race for the series, having earned four cash backs along the way for a total of $418,900.
Here’s a look at the top ten in the Poker Masters points race:
|4||Eric Seidel||309||0||4||418,900 dollars|
Image credit: PokerGO / Antonio Abrego.