A pro from the United Kingdom Tom Alner has done a great job by winning one of the most prestigious poker title i.e. MPC25 Red Dragon for the second time in his career and collected the first prize of amount HK$2,509,000. He played exceptionally well at PokerStars Live Macau, this week and becomes the new champ of the game.
The tournament attracted a hugh number of field size i.e. 1,145-player, but it was Alner, who creates history by winning the title for second time.
Tom Alner, now the two time Red Dragon champion was a very happy guy after this great win and said, I can’t even believe it…And it hasn’t sunk in yet.
Wenxiang Chen was the runner up of the event and made HK$1,487,000 from the tournament, meanwhile third position of the sane event belongs to another United Kingdom based poker player named Jack Salter. Salter was looking good and get back with a good total of amount HK$892,000.
The first player who hit the rail and become the tenth position holder of the event was a Chinese Shuiyang Qiu, who pocketed HK$202,000 and was out from the table.
The next man got busted to ninth position was another Chinese Xiao Bo Zhou, who collected a good total of amount HK$237,970, being ninth player in the list.
Eighth and seventh players were decided for players such as Xiao Bo Zhou, from china who made HK$237,970, and JingXuan Zhu, from china who made HK$274,000.
Liang Song becomes the sixth finisher in the game for a total HK$321,000, whereas next player who hit the rail was Daniel Lee, from the United States of America (HK$440,000). He completed his journey being at fifth position.
After his elimination from the game, it took almost two hours for Benjamin Hamnet, a player from the United States, who got busted to third. Hamnet had 4♥4♣, while Alner had Q♦J♥ and the cards were cards came down 9♦J♣5♠K♦T♦.
The heads up took place among UK’s Tom Alner and Wenxiang Chen. It took almost four hours to decide Tom Alner as the winner. Alner had A♦6♣ while Chen’s 6♠6♥. Tom Alner collected HK$2,509,000, whereas Wenxiang Chen collected HK$1,487,000.