The Platinum High Roller No-Limit Hold'em for €25 500 has finished at the World Series of Poker Europe. Australian poker player Kahle Burns won his first gold bracelet, as well as €596 000 in prize money.
Burns started the final table as a chipleader. Sam Trickett was also among the finalists, and, despite the small stack, he was able to quickly get into the money, having knocked out Timothy Adams. Kahle’s 8-8 turned out to be stronger than Timothy’s A-K.
Then Trickett got ahead of Burns for a short time after going all-in in a three-way clash with Kahle and Hakim Zoufri, leaving the last with nothing.
The Australian took back the lead after winning a pot with A-10 against the WSOP Main Event 2019 champion Hossein Ensan.
The Briton Sam Trickett finished as a runner-up taking home around €369 000 in prize money. The poker professional Hossein Ensan didn’t manage to get his second WSOP bracelet this year. He finished the event in the 3rd place and received €252 000 for it.
The 4th place, as well as €177 000 went to Hakim Zoufri. The Canadian player Timothy Adams, "thanks" to Trickett, eliminated in the 5th place, having earned €128 000 in prize money.
In general, 8 players got in the money. It is noteworthy that the last player to receive payouts was Robert Campbell from Australia, who won €59 000 in this event.