High-stakes player Chris Brewer one of few What has been lacking in his career, he can now add a WSOP bracelet to his trophy cabinet.
This Sunday night defined the most expensive tournament in WSOP 2023, the Event #40 $250,000 Super High Roller, which attracted 69 participants and a prize pool of $17,181,000.
As expected, several of the best players came to Las Vegas to celebrate at the Horseshoe and Paris table for a $5,181,000 prize pool and try to win the US$5,293,556 prize reserved for the champion and went to the US Brewers.
Latin Armada has no reps In this competition, despite some big names like Daniel Negreanu Phil Helms or current Main Event champion Espen Jorstad , though none of them made it to the checkout line.
The final table was a feast, with Brewer going up against many of the best players in the world until he was crowned, he had to beat Russia’s Artur Martirosian -ru, who won the championship and finished second with $3,271,666, while Martin Kabrhel Priced at 2,279 $.038.
This tournament is an extravagant game, and Brewer’s dedication isn’t far behind: What better way to win $5 million than with this wonderful process… p>
Event #40 $250,000 Super High Roller.
Buy-in: $250,000Entry: 69Pot:$17,181,000
Christopher Bleu Artur – 5,293 $.556 2.
Artur Martirosian – $3,271,666 3.
Martin Kabrhel – $2,279,038 4th place
Alex Kulev – $1,632,005 5th
Chance Kornuth – 1,202 $.318 6°
Dan Smith – $912,022 7°
David Peters – $712,953 8°
Brandon Steven – $574,899 9°
Steven Veneziano – $478,663 10°
Alfred Decarolis – $411,940 11°
Ben Heath – $411,940