UK’s Andoni “Pollopopeye” Larrabe Sanchez wins Super Tuesday for $74,810

By | October 6, 2016

uks-andoni-pollopopeye-larrabe-sanchez-wins-super-tuesday-for-74810Andoni “Pollopopeye” Larrabe Sanchez from United Kingdom has won the latest Super Tuesday event at PokerStars.

The event of buy in $1,050 No Limit Hold’em took place on 10/4/16 with 417 players participating. The event generated a prize pool of amount $417,000, which was distributed to top 62 players.

This was second Super Tuesday win for the player “Pollopopeye”. His first was back in 2013, when he won the largest Super Tuesday ever.

Ivan “BanicIvan” Banic, a pro from Crroatia becomes the runner up of the game, who pocketed $54,835.50 as winning share.

It took almost six hours to set up the final table of the event. The final table of this particular Super Tuesday was as follows:-

Thiago “KKremate” Crema From Brazil was at seat#1 with total 1,598,975 in chips, TiltMeBig from Sweden was at seat#2 with total 1,029,840 in chips, and UK’s Andoni “Pollopopeye” Larrabe Sanchez was at seat#3 with total 2,255,689 in chips.

Mayu “marroca5” Roca from Coloumbia was at seat#4 with 485,113 in chips; YedOr from South Korea was at seat#5 and had 2,400,692 in chips, while Conor “1_conor_b_1” Beresford from Netherlands was at seat36 with total 408,655 in chips.

seat#7, seat#8 and seat#9 were for Ivan “BanicIvan” Banic from Croatia, Pardal77 and Nikita “fish2013” Bodyakovskiy. They had 568,672 in chips, 1,160,029 in chips and 517,335 in chips respectively.

Larrabe Sanchez is a two time SCOOP winner and loves to play online poker and this time as well he easily defeated Ivan “BanicIvan” Banic (two time SCOOP finalist).

The first elimination from the final table was of Conor “1_conor_b_1” Beresford, who made $6,234.10 from the tournament and secured ninth position among others.

Brazilian Thiago “KKremate” Crema was the next man who hit the rail to eighth place for a total winning share f amount $11,603.

Top six places of the 10/4/16 Super Tuesday:-

1.Andoni “Pollopopeye” Larrabe Sanchez (United Kingdom) $74,810.28
2. Ivan “BanicIvan” Banic (Croatia) $54,835.50
3. YedOr (South Korea) $40,194.25
4. TiltMeBig (Sweden) $29,462.25
5. Pardal77 (Brazil) $21,595.76
6. Mayu “marroca5” Roca (Colombia) $15,289.61