Peter Vitantonio a pro poker player from Wickliffe, Ohio secured first position and took home a cash prize of $129,685 at World Series of poker hosted Palm Beach Kennel club poker tournament. The main event of the tournament was for $1,675 buy in was in process since 3 day before. He is also secured his place to participate in WSOP Global Casino Championship. Peter was a second highest chip holder after Javier Zarco who is a runner up of the tournament and got his share of $80,143 cash prize.
The main event of this precious and prestigious WSOP tournament attracted total 393 entries. On day 1 A the game attracted 172 players whereas at the second day of the gaming or at Day 1B, it got 221 players entries. The total number of players generated a very good of cash pool prize like $589,500.
Day 3rd of the main event was quite amazing when everyone out there in the middle was looking forward to play his best game but at the end of the day Vitantonio did really well and booked the title to his name.
After winning his careers best shot Vitantonio told reporters that he was playing as usual and his normal game. The time I got aces and doubled I thought that this is the time to proceed to the next level, he added in his sayings…
This is Peter’s third final table appearance to this particular circuit and only a gold ring for the first time.
Here are all nine players who got something as winning share:-
Javier Zarco a pro got $80,143 to his account and comes second after Peter Vitantonio ($129,685). The next man got something as cash prize is named as Rob LeBeau, he comes third to the list and collected $58,561 as cash prize money. The fourth place goes of the tournament belongs to a player Michael Kelleher who took home $43,482.
The fifth/sixth and seventh position of the main event goes to players named A.J. Kelsall, Ellen Lambeth and Johnny Palace. They took home their share of cash $32,788, $25,095, $19,489 simultaneously.
8th Position and cash prize of $15,351 belongs to Ralph Massey.
9th Place and a cash prize of $12,262 went to a player Steve Duncker at Palm Beach Kennel club Poker tournament.