Sean Winter Bags $408K in the $25K PokerGO High Roller

Sean Winter won $408,000 in the PokerGO $25,000 High Roller

Aria Resort & Casino hosted a quartet of PokerGo High Roller events last week, four $10,000 and a single $25,000. The four tournaments attracted some familiar names, including Sean Winter who was the biggest winner.

PokerGO Event #4: $25,000 High Roller Final Table Results

Forty-eight players bought into the $25,000 PokerGO High Roller event and created a $1,200,000 prize pool. The top seven finishers shared this mammoth pot, with a min-cash weighing in at $60,000.

Aram Zobian secured that prize before Shawn Daniels and Barry Hutter helped themselves to the $72,000 and $96,000 sixth and seventh-place prizes. Mario Mosbock banked the first six-figure prize of the event, namely $120,000.

Dan Smith’s exit in third left Eric Worre and Winter heads-up. Winter got the job done and his hands on the $408,000 top prize. Worre collected $264,000 for his runner-up finish, the second-largest cash of his career.

Place Player Country Prize
1 Sean Winter United States $408,000
2 Eric Worre United States $264,000
3 Dan Smith United States $180,000
4 Mario Mosbock Austria $120,000
5 Barry Hutter United States $96,000
6 Shawn Daniels United States $72,000
7 Aram Zobian United States $60,000

PokerGo Event #1: $10,000 High Roller Final Table Results

Sergi Reixach is a PokerGO High Roller champion

The first of three PokerGO $10,000 High Rollers drew in a compact 32-player crowd. Only five players shared the $320,000 prize pool, with Sean Perry finishing fifth for $25,600.

Eric Worre, who would later finish second in the $25,000 High Roller, finished fourth here for $32,000. PokerGO co-founder Cary Katz crashed out in third for $51,200, leaving Dan Colpoys and Spain’s Sergi Reixach heads-up.

The Spaniard took down the tournament, but not before agreeing to a deal with Colpoys. Reixach scooped $108,120 with Colpoys padding his bankroll with $103,800.

Place Player Country Prize
1 Sergi Reixach Spain $108,200
2 Dan Colpoys United States $103,080
3 Cary Katz United States $51,200
4 Eric Worre United States $32,000
5 Sean Perry United States $25,600

Event #2: $10,000 High Roller Final Table Results

Barry Hutter

The second $10,000 PokerGO High Roller drew in 39 entrants who created a $390,000 prize pool. Barry Hutter got his hands on the lion’s share of this sum, $140,400 to be exact. Hutter defeated Mario Mosbock in the tournament’s one-on-one battle.

Earlier at the final table, the aforementioned Reixach fell in sixth. Nitis Udornpim was the fifth-place finisher, with Christopher Brewer exiting in fourth. Sean Perry netted $62,400 after his demise in third.

Place Player Country Prize
1 Barry Hutter United States $140,400
2 Mario Mosbock Austria $93,600
3 Sean Perry United States $62,400
4 Christopher Brewer United States $39,000
5 Nitis Udornpim United States $31,200
6 Sergi Reixach Spain $23,400

Event #3: $10,000 High Roller Final Table Results

Darren Elias

Darren Elias on the third and final PokerGO $10,000 High Roller and scooped $169,600. Fifty-three players bought in and the final table read like a who’s who of the poker tournament world.

Vlastimil Pustina fell in eighth and min-cashed for $21,200. Sam Soverel, Aram Zobian, and Sean Perry joined Pustina on the rail.

Spanish grinder Sergio Aido netted $53,000 after falling in fourth before Ali Imsirovic bowed out in third for $74,200.

Heads-up pitted Joseph Cheong and Elias heads-up. Elias rarely loses from this position and he didn’t this time, securing the $169,600 after busting Cheong. The runner-up’s $10,000 investment swelled to $111,300.

Place Player Country Prize
1 Darren Elias United States $169,600
2 Joseph Cheong United States $111,300
3 Ali Imsirovic United States $74,200
4 Sergio Aido Spain $53,000
5 Sean Perry United States $42,400
6 Aram Zobian United States $31,800
7 Sam Soverel United States $26,500
8 Vlastimil Pustina Czech Republic $21,200

Another four PokerGO High Roller events are scheduled as March concludes. All four are rake-free and see a pair of $10,000 buy-ins and two $25,500 buy-ins. They take place at the Aria Resort & Casino poker room, with each being a single-day event, from March 31 through April 3.

Matthew Pitt

Matthew Pitt

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