Colombia's all-time winningest player Farid Jattin already had a massive lead over the number two, and he has widened the gap even more in Punta del Este by winning the partypoker MILLIONS South America $10,300 High Roller Finale. Jattin beat a field of 84 entries to take home the $200,000-first-place
Kevin MacPhee raised to 2,500,000 which was everything he had. He did so from middle position. Farid Jattin called from the cutoff and the rest folded. MacPhee was behind for the second time with [as8s] against [tstd]. The board ran out [kh6c3c4c4d] and MacPhee was eliminated from the tournament in 9th place.
Kevin MacPhee raised all in for 2,350,000 from the hijack. He was called by big blind Rodrigo Seiji. Kevin MacPhee: [ah3h] Rodrigo Seiji: [adts] The board ran out [qc7c5hks5d] and MacPhee secured a chop when the river paired the board.
Julio Alfonsin raised the button for 400,000 and small blind Roberto Sagra and big blind Kevin MacPhee both called. Sagra led for 500,000 on [Tc6d8d] and MacPhee folded. Alfonsin called. Sagra bet another 1,5 million on the [Js] turn and Alfonsin called once more. On the [Jd] river, Sagra made a bet
James Romero is continuing his tremendous showing at the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS South America as, after winning the Super High Roller for $325,000 to start the week, he's not one of the top contenders along with Kevin MacPhee and Kenny Hallaert in the High Roller at the Enjoy Punta Del
Charles Kassin raised from under the gun to 365,000 and the player on the button called. Small blind Kevin MacPhee pushed all in for about 3,000,000 and the player in the big blind pushed all in for about 4,200,000. Kassin quickly called as well with 3,450,000 and the player on
Day 1a of the partypoker MILLIONS South America Main Event is in the books, and it's Uruguay's own Fabrizio Gonzalez headlining. Over the eight one-hour levels played, he turned his one million starting stack into well over 5.5 million. German high roller Robert Heidorn (5,475,000), Tommie Janssen (4,315,000,) Kenny Hallaert (3,615,000,)