High Roller tournaments returned to ARIA Resort & Casino this week with three $10,000 buy-in high roller tournaments, and a single $25,000 buy-in high roller tournament crowning winners that included Sergi Reixach, Barry Hutter, Darren Elias, and Sean Winter.
On Sunday, a total of 32 entrants created a prize pool of $320,000 that paid the top five finishers. 2019 Poker Masters Event #8 winner Sergi Reixach defeated Dan Colpoys heads-up to win the $108,120 first-place prize and see his lifetime tournament earnings eclipse the $5.7 million mark.
|ARIA High Rollers – Event #1: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em|
|2nd||Dan Colpoys||United States||$103,080|
|3rd||Cary Katz||United States||$51,200|
|4th||Eric Worre||United States||$32,000|
|5th||Sean Perry||United States||$25,600|
Monday’s tournament attracted a 39-entrant field and created a $390,000 prize pool. Both Reixach and Sean Perry collected their second consecutive cash when they finished in sixth-place and third-place respectively. However, it would be Barry Hutter defeating Mario Mosbock heads-up to pocket the $140,400 first-place prize.
|ARIA High Rollers – Event #2: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em|
|1st||Barry Hutter||United States||$140,400|
|3rd||Sean Perry||United States||$62,400|
|4th||Christopher Brewer||United States||$39,000|
|5th||Nitis Udornpim||United States||$41,200|
The last $10,000 buy-in of the week would occur on Tuesday and see 53 entries create a prize pool of $530,000. Perry grabbed his third consecutive cash as eight players finished in-the-money with Darren Elias defeating Joseph Cheong to $169,600 in prize money.
|ARIA High Rollers – Event #3: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em|
|1st||Darren Elias||United States||$169,600|
|2nd||Joseph Cheong||United States||$111,300|
|3rd||Ali Imsirovic||United States||$74,200|
|5th||Sean Perry||United States||$42,400|
|6th||Aram Zobian||United States||$31,800|
|7th||Sam Soverel||United States||$26,500|
|8th||Vlastimil Pustina||Czech Republic||$21,200|
The final event of the week would see the stakes raised to a $25,000 buy-in as a field size of 48 entrants created a $1.2 million prize pool that paid the top seven finishers. Aram Zobian, Mario Mosbock, Eric Worre, and Hutter all collected their second cash of the week as it would be Sean Winter emerging victorious to collect the $408,000 first-place prize to move his lifetime tournament earnings over $15.8 million.
|ARIA High Rollers – Event #4: $25,000 No-Limit Hold’em|
|1st||Sean Winter||United States||$408,000|
|2nd||Eric Worre||United States||$264,000|
|3rd||Dan Smith||United States||$180,000|
|5th||Barry Hutter||United States||$96,000|
|6th||Shawn Daniels||United States||$72,000|
|7th||Aram Zobian||United States||$60,000|