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David Peters took 4th place in ME High Roller Club at PartyPoker

David Peters 2020

On July 16, the last scheduled High Roller Club tournaments took place at PartyPoker. The most expensive event among them was the $10 300 Main Event. This tourney brought together 30 participants, which was exactly enough to cover a $300 000 guarantee.

The event failed to cause a considerable stir. It could probably happen because everyone was already preparing for the start of an international part of WPT Online, or maybe because a winner of the general leaderboard had been already known in (Rok Gostisa). In any case, 30 players entered the Main Event and fought for the victory.

The tournament had a "star" bubble boy – it was Isaac Haxton, who has recently appeared at the Poker Life podcast. The experienced professional showed a great play, but lacked a bit of luck to get into the top 4 finalists who received payouts.

Read also: Rob Yong became a runner-up of the ME High Roller Club at PartyPoker

After Haxton's departure, the remaining poker players continued to fight for the biggest prize money. The first to eliminate from the ME was David Peters, who earned $24 000 for finishing fourth.

WSOP bracelet holder Pascal Lefrancois busted in third place, and there were no well-known players left in the game. Jonathan Van Fleet and Teun Mulder turned out to be the strongest that day and reached the heads-up battle.

The winner was announced at around 2:00 am (UTC) on July 17. The victory went to Teun Mulder from Holland, who received $138 000 for first place. This concluded the High Roller Club series at PartyPoker, congratulations to all winners!

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