Dejuante Alexander of US wins Hollywood Poker Open for $297,644

By | June 28, 2016

Dejuante Alexander of US wins Hollywood Poker Open for $297,644A professional poker player from United States named Dejuante Alexander, wins the $2,500 buy in Hollywood Poker Open Championship and collected an amount of $159,387 being title winner. The runner up of the event was Aaron Mermelstein of United States who collected a cash of amount $240,000.

The tournament is one of the prestigious in the United States which attracts hundreds of professional poker players from throughout the world. This particular tournament of $2,500 buy in Hollywood Poker Open championship season#4 attracted 655 players and generated a very good amount of prize pool. The game was played for four days and there were 21 players on the final day of the game. The final table was of 10 players.

Final table of the Hollywood poker open was as follows:-

Dejuante Alexander of United State won the championship title for $297,644.

Aaron Mermelstein of United States was the runner up of the event and was able to take home $240,000. The third position of the game was for another US poker pro named Brady Bullard and he got $134,557 as winning total.

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Austrian Thomas Muehloecker collected $93,496 as wining total, being fourth in the list, whereas Swedish Michael Tureniec becomes fifth position holder in the game for $67,943.

Julian Parmann was at sixth place for $52,270 and Bryan Piccioli completed at seventh for $44,311. Another US player Calvin Anderson was eighth rank holder and got $36,926 as winning total, while Michael Aron collected $29,541 being ninth.

The final table of the game started just after few hands when 10 out of 21 fnal day player got entitled to it. Calvin Anderson was the chip leader of the game was not that good in final table and concluded at eighth position.

Qualifier Jim Kasputis, who won his seat for the tournament at the Hollywood property in Aurora, Illinios, was the shortest stack and first to go, before Michael Aron ran a small pair into Aaron Mermelstein’s bigger one to bust ninth. The heads up round was in between top two US players but Alexander was the one who won the title of the championship.