Ruslan Dykshteyn of Hallandale Beach, FL won the first prize of amount $184,705, playing $570 No Limit Hold’em evenet at Seminole Hard Rock Poker. The 2016 edition of this particular event attracted 2,923 and generated a decent prize pool. Dykshteyn played well and defeated Robert Mizrachi of Vegas, who took home $174,700, being a runner up of the event.
The game concluded when four players remained and made a deal between them. Top four remaining players in the business were Ruslan Dykshteyn (The title winning and collected $184,705), Robert Mizrachi of Vegas and the runner up with total share of amount $174,700,Casey Kaplan was at third place for amount ($134,700) and Darren Rabinowitz, completed his journey to fourth position with a total winning share of amount ($124,700). Safiya Umerova finishes at fifth place for $76,144, Joel Dickerson finished at sixth position for $60,625.
Whereas the seventh, eighth and ninth positions of the $570 No Limit Hold’em at Seminole Hard Rock Poker belongs to Jose Beznos of Brazil who took home $45,307, Ory Hen ($30,692) and Jonathan Ruiz ($21,923).This win is the second largest win for the player Ruslan Dykshteyn. He already won a ring at World Series of poker Palm Beach for $202,335.
Daniel Cates Wins PokerStars 500
Daniel Cates won an amount of $64,798 as first prize playing at PokerStars Sunday 500. The player is a professional one and has won millions of dollars playing at different platforms including online or offline/live casinos. Sunday 500 is a prestigious online poker tournament which attracts hundreds of players and the latest edition of Sunday 500 belongs to Daniel Cates.
Cates loves to play high stakes poker games but also interested in online poker for low stakes as well. The win of Cates shows that how good he, even is playing at internet casino/poker websites.