Mike “SirWatts” Watson wins Event#74 of WCOOP 2016 ($10,300 Eight-Game Championship)

By | September 26, 2016

Mike "SirWatts" Watson wins Event#74 of WCOOP 2016 ($10,300 Eight-Game Championship)Now, this is called as a poker performance….

Canadian poker champion Mike “SirWatts” Watson has done another great job by winning a title of event#74 of WCOOP 2016. The event was $10,300 Eight-Game Championship, which attracted 120 entries and generated $1,200,000, as prize pool. Top 11 places get paid.

Mike “SirWatts” Watson is one of te best online poker players in the world. He has already won two SCOOP title, before this WCOOP championship. By winning this high end event against some of best opponents Watson took home the first prize of amount $280,238.

As mentioned only 11 players made money from the tournament. 12 Players survived on day 1 and it took almost another day to decide the champion of the title.

The final table of the game included players such as Ben “Sauce123” Sulsky, Sami “Lrslzk” Kelopuro and Iteopepe88.

Final table players:-

Seat#1 and seat32 were for UK’s Matthew “MUSTAFABET” Ashton and Finland’s Sami “Lrslzk” Kelopuro and they had 274,234 and 247,677 chip counts respectively.

Seat#3 and seat#4 of the event were for Canadian Mike “SirWatts” Watson (370,636) and Mexican Calvin “cal42688” Anderson(551,915).

Meanwhile seat#5 and seat#6 of the $10,300 Eight-Game Championship final table was for another Canadian Ben “Sauce123” Sulsky(795,280) and Hungarian Iteopepe88(160,258).


The first man busted from the game was Iteopepe88. He got out against Watson’s call and was positioned to sixth place for a decent $70,635.

Finnish Sami “Lrslzk” Kelopuro was the next man who took the rail. He was out making $93,051 and becoming fifth player. It was Ashton who made him to hit the rail.

Then Calvin “cal42688” Anderson eliminated playing with Sulsky and Ashton, but it was Anderson, who got busted against Sulsky call. He earned $122,581 from the tourney and was out to fourth place.

After a few hands in between top 3 players UK’s Matthew “MUSTAFABET” Ashton was out from the race to collect the championship trophy and made $161,482.80, being third.

Hence the heads up was among Mike “SirWatts” Watson (1,445,762 in chips) and Ben “Sauce123” Sulsky(954,238).

Canadian duo played outstandingly well until Mike “SirWatts” Watson becomes the champion for $280,238.52, while Ben “Sauce123” Sulsky got his share of amount $212,729.16. real poker online is a leading online poker news portal which supplies highly authentic poker information.