Mike Watson became a runner up of $10 300 WCOOP tournament
Mike Watson is an experienced professional player from Canada. He has been playing poker successfully for a long time and he is ranked tenth in the list of the most profitable poker players in his country. Watson’s total winnings in the live tournaments during his entire career reached the mark of $12 118 000.
His online results are also excellent. According to PocketFives rating, the Canadian player is ranked 11th in the list of the best poker players from all over the world. Today he became closer to top 10, as he won another six-figure prize money in WCOOP 2020 event.
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WSOOP-02-H tournament collected 136 participants, including the famous high roller professionals, who paid a buy-in of $10 300.
ITM zone had only 17 places and all participants tried to get into it. However, not everyone managed to do this. The following players failed to get on the list: Fedor Holz, Benjamin Rolle, "Hello_totti", Niklas Astedt and others. It’s worth noting that they didn’t leave tournament without prize money, because the bounty was provided for knocking out the opponents.
Patrick Leonard became a bubble boy of the final table. When there was only one step to the final, Patrick left the game in tenth place.
In heads-up, Mike Watson and Dimitar Danchev from Bulgaria fought for the main prize. The Bulgarian player showed a good game and outplayed an experienced Mike Watson. The winner of tournament earned $400 000 of prize money, and the runner-up of event enriched with $198 000.
Results of WSOOP-02-H for $10 300