Argentinean Javiér “rasta25″ Venegas wins the first prize of amount $101,840 at April 12,2016 Super Tuesday, presented by PokerStars. The Runner up of the $1,050 No Limit Hold’em was a German pro poker player named Paul “_pauL€FauL_” Höfer.
The tournament attracted 536 entrants from countries such as Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia, and Slovenia, Argentina, Austria and Canada and generated a total prize pool of amount $536,000(bested $425K Guaranteed).Out of 536 players top 63 places were paid.
It took nine hours of the game to decide which top 9 players are remained in the business to win the title. The final table of the event was like this:-
Seat#1,seat#2 and seat#3 were for Secret_M0d3 of Slovenia with total 552,974 chip counts, Javiér “rasta25″ Venegas(217,734), and Breixo “Palomobuchón” Gonzalez (492,710).
Seat#4, seat#5 and seat#6 were for Sergi “srxakgirona” Reixach of mexico with total 71,103 chip counts, Jeff “kidwhowon” Gross from Canada 196,389, and wilywonka10(115,906).
Seat#7, seat#8 and seat#9 were for german Paul “_pauL€FauL_” Höfer(271,169), Benny “toweliestar” Spindler(494,015),and Graftekkel(268,000).
The first elimination from the final table was of Sergi “srxakgirona” Reixach of Mexico just after a couple of hands. He got out playing against wilywonka10 and took home $8,897 and completed his journey to ninth position.
Canadian Jeff “kidwhowon” Gross, was the next man to hit the rail for eighth place with total winning share $12,060. Secret_M0d3 of Slovenia was at seventh position for total $17,420 of winning share, against Gonzalez.
Sixth position was for wilywonka10 and he took home $22,780. Benny “toweliestar” Spindler of Austria secured fifth position for $29,480 and Breixo “Palomobuchón” Gonzalez of Czech Republic got eliminated to fourth place for $41,808.
The three handed game included Graftekkel, Paul “_pauL€FauL_” Höfer and Javiér “rasta25″ Venegas.
Graftekkel finishes for third position with total share $54,940. It means the heads up round was in between Javiér “rasta25″ Venegas and Paul “_pauL€FauL_” Höfer of Germany, to which Venegas won the championship title, whereas Hofer collected the second prize.