CPPT Main Event – Pateychuk wins, Heidorn fifth
Published by Giselle
July 23, 2019 2:46 pm
For those players who didn’t have enough of poker after the WSOP, the $5,000 Main Event of the Card Player Poker Tour at the Venetian offered a great opportunity to extend their stay in Las Vegas.
The $2 million prize money guarantee attracted many famous players, and with a total of 564 entries, the pot ended up in over $2.6 million. Also in the game were some German players who wanted to take the momentum from the successful WSOP with them.
While Manig Löser landed in 22nd place and collected a good $19,000 in prize money, Fabian Gumz and Robert Heidorn even made it to the final table. There it wasn’t enough for the big throw, but for rank 7 Gumz received a good $80.000 prize money, and Robert Heidorn got over $138.000 as fifth.
The next payday for the Londoner of choice had already won $800,000 as of the tenth of the WSOP Main Event.
Andrey Pateychuk with the perfect finish to the summer in Las Vegas
For a long time, Chris Klodnicki and Stephen Chidwick were also involved in the fight for the tournament victory, but in the end, Andrey Pateychuk won.
The former EPT San Remo and WPT Prague winners defeated Chinese Yake Wu in the heads-up and won over $547,000 in prize money.