The payouts for the MILLIONS High Roller Finale have been announced.
29 players will cash in this $10,000 buy-in event – with a min-cash awarding players $25,000.
$400,000 is up top and players that make the final table will lock up at least $50,000. That won’t be until tomorrow though, as there are just two more levels scheduled for Day 2.
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Registration is officially closed and after ten levels, 205 players have put up $10,000 in an attempt to end the Caribbean Poker Party with a MILLIONS High Roller Finale cash.
The official payouts for this event have yet to be finalized – but when they are they will be posted here.
With late registration and re-entry closed, we can now look ahead to the end of Day 2. The plan is to play through Level 14 – with remaining players returning to play to a winner on Saturday.
The Caribbean Poker Party is coming to a close – but that isn’t stopping players from flooding the tournament area. The MILLIONS High Roller Finale field has eclipsed the 150 player mark and with two levels left to register we could near the 200 mark before the cage closes.
Of the remaining 90~ player field, a few have already made their way to the Caribbean Poker Party payout line in a big, big way.
Wai Leong Chan opened the CPP with a runner-up finish in Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas worth nearly $2.7 million. That result nearly doubled Chan’s previous career best score – which he earned in the $1,000,000 buy-in Triton Million this past summer – and the Malaysian pro will look to end his Bahamas trip at another final table.
Joseph Cheong also opened the CPP with a runner-up result in the $1,000 Mini Main Event. The $110,000 result was the second six-figure score in as many weeks, after Cheong finished 3rd in the WPT Montreal Main Event for $179,000 earlier this month. Cheong also won his first career bracelet this summer – earning just over $687,000 for that victory. With well over $1 million in live earnings this year, Cheong recording another deep run and cash wouldn’t surprise anyone.
From two second place finishers to a double final tablist. Kahle Burns moved to the top of the GPI Player of the Year race after recording a 3rd place result in the added $50,000 High Roller and a final table finish in the $25K Super High Roller. Burns jumped Sean Winter to take the GPI POY lead and he’ll have his work cut out for him to keep that advantage. Winter, Stephen Chidwick, Rainer Kempe, and more of the world’s best are hot on the Aussie’s heels.
After a few close calls in MILLIONS High Rollers, Anatoly Filatov broke through and won the opening $10,000 event. Filatov dominated that final table and celebrated in style after he took the chip lead and never looked back. The Russian will now try to go back-to-back against an even bigger field than he concurred at the start Caribbean Poker Party.
Heading into Day 2 of the MILLIONS High Roller Finale, ten players were needed to hit the $1,000,000 guarantee. A few minutes into Level 7, that guarantee was met with ease and the final $10,000 buy-in event of the series could be one of the biggest side events from this year’s Caribbean Poker Party.
As players are eliminated from Day 3 of the MILLIONS World Main Event, we imagine the MILLIONS High Roller Finale will continue to grow. Poker Central’s Live Reporting team will be jumping back and forth between those two restarts over the next few hours, with increased updates from the Finale when registration officially closes after Level 10.
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