In the end, Caleb Hershey of Rugby, ND won the title and the highest payout of $ 74,123 after settling a three-handed game. This is Hershey’s third career title in a row and by far his highest number of points. As champion, he also received 432 Card Player of the Year points. This was his first qualifying POY score in 2020, but that alone was enough to see him rise to 336th in the Global Poker-sponsored POUY Race Leaderboard.
The DeepStack Showdown Poker Series took place 7-27. September and included more than $ 400,000 in cash prizes to be awarded across a 32-event plan. The turnout for the series was strong, with each event exceeding its guarantees, and most did so by a significant margin.
The festival’s main event is a $ 400 buy-in no-limit hold’em ‘Monster Stack’ event that offers a guaranteed prize pool of $ 100,000. The tournament takes place from the 23rd-27th. September, with four early flights to choose from. A total of 1,538 registrations were made bonus138 to the event, eliminating any guarantee that the $ 512,154 prize pool would visit Gacor Slots.
Joseph Reddick, a resident of the Bronx, New York, took $ 70,596 home as second place, bringing his career earnings to $ 932,798. Reddick’s previous highest score came in the $ 450 buy-in event at the Borgata Winter Poker Open Series 2016. He beat 3,268 participants in the event to win $ 217,792.
Travis Sargent is the third player involved in the three-way deal that concludes this event. He earned $ 49,655 for his efforts at this event. Several big names have found success in this event, including the eight-time World Series of Poker Circuit ring winner Sean Yu (14th place – $ 4,865), the six-time ring winner David Larson (25th place – $ 2,612) and the current race number 23 of POY ‘ one. Rated player Trung Pham (27 – $ 2,612).