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After a mere 2.5 hours, Santi Jiang has taken down Event #5: $100,000 Short Deck for $756,000 by defeating Seth Davies heads-up.
The tournament attracted 20 players who reentered 22 times to get to a prize pool of $2,100.000. All six final table players made the money but Jiang was the one who walked away with the most.
He came into the final table third in the counts but saw Day 1 chip leader Ivan Leow fall before him in fifth place after Chris Brewer had busted. Paul Phua was eliminated in fourth place to then take his seat in the streamed cash game with Leon Tsoukernik, Tony G, Rob Yong, and Hing Yang Chow.
Timofey Kuznetsov was taken out after for Davies and Jiang to battle it out. For both of them, it was their third final table of the week but Jiang managed to clinch the win in the end.
Event #6: $100,000 Short Deck Final Table Results
|2||Seth Davies||United States||$504,000|
|6||Chris Brewer||United States||$105,000|
The PokerNews coverage continues with Event #6: $100,000 No-Limit Hold'em so make sure to follow along to see who will make the next final table.
Six players returned at 1 p.m. local time for the official final table of Event #5: $50,000 Short Deck. With 20 unique players and 22 reentries, a prize pool of $2,100,000 was collected which means that all six of them have made the money. First place will pay out $756,000 to the winner while all six players have secured at least $105,000.
The fifth final table during the Super High Roller Bowl Europe series sees Ivan Leow sitting in pole position with 3,870,000 in chips. Leow is joined by Seth Davies and Santi Jiang in the top three while Timofey Kuznetsov, Paul Phua, and Chris Brewer are also still battling for all the pay jumps.
Event #5: $50,000 Short Deck Final Table Seat Draw
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|3||Seth Davies||United States||2,670,000||134|
|6||Chris Brewer||United States||985,000||49|
While this is the first final table for Leow, fellow countryman Phua is here for the second time. But for Davies, Jiang, and Brewer, this will be their third shot at grabbing a title this week!
They have just under 24 minutes left in Level 13 which has an ante of 20,000 while the button pays a double ante of 40,000. The level duration will remain at 40 minutes each and play will continue until a new champion has been crowned.
The final table won't be streamed on PokerGO as the plan was to broadcast a $200/$400 cash game to take place at the same time with players like Tony G, Leon Tsoukernik, and Rob Yong. This cash game has been moved to 3 p.m. local time (for now).
The PokerNews live reporting team will be focusing on Event #6: $100,000 NLH but will occasionally update on the progress of the final table.
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