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Following a three-way chop, Chad Eveslage has been declared the $25,000 High Roller champion and awarded the $767,576 first-place prize. The record-setting $25,000 High Roller attracted a total of 145-entrants on Day 1 to top the previous mark by nearly three tables. A long list of notable high roller players took
Sean Perry raised under the gun to 120,000 and Rania Nasreddine called all-in from the cutoff for 65,000. Chris Brewer called in the big blind before the [9s8s4d10s2c] board checked through to the river. Perry tabled his [6h5h] and Brewer his [AhJs], while Nasreddine revealed her [9c8c] to collect the triple
Brock Wilson raised to 85,000 from middle position and Chris Brewer called in the big blind to see a flop of [JcJs5d]. Brewer checked and Wilson continued for 40,000. Brewer check-raised to 100,000 and Wilson called as the turn landed the [Jd]. Brewer checked, Wilson bet 75,000, and Brewer folded.
Chris Brewer raised to 40,000 from middle position and Cary Katz called in the big blind. The flop landed [6s9d3c] and Katz checked. Brewer bet 30,000, and Katz called before both players checked the [3h] on the turn. The river landed the [Tc] and Katz bet out 50,000 and Brewer folded.
The high roller action continued on Monday at the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown with the $25,000 buy-in High Roller taking center stage in Salon West at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida. The 145-entrant field was the biggest ever for a $25,000 buy-in tournament at Seminole which
Chris Brewer raised to 20,000 from middle position and Nitis Udornpim called in the big blind. The flop landed [6hKc2s] and Udornpim check-called a bet of 10,000. The turn fell the [7h] and Udornpim checked again. Brewer bet 40,000 and Udornpim called as the river fell the [Ts]. Udornpim checked, Brewer bet
Nitis Udornpim raised to 16,000 from middle position and both Chris Brewer and Matas Cimbolas called from the cutoff and big blind respectively. The flop landed [9d7dKs] and after a Cimbolas check, Udornpim bet 22,000. Brewer folded, but Cimbolas called before the [3d] checked through on the turn. The river fell the