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Super High Roller Bowl Australia champion was determined

Timothy Adams 2020

The other day, the Super High Roller Bowl worth A$250 000 ($167 940) ended in Australia. The event gathered 16 entries that formed a prize pool of A$4 000 000A ($2 687 000).

Poker player from Canada, Timothy Adams, became the tournament champion, having added A$2 160 000 ($1 449 000) to his total live poker earnings. The runner-up of the event was Kahle Burns, who was given A$1 200 000 ($806 118) for the 2nd place.

Overall, only 3 players got in the money. The third and last participant to receive prize money was Cary Katz, whose payout amounted to A$640 000 ($429 920).

There were 5 players to fight in the final day of the event. US poker player Elio Fox was the chip leader – he had one third of all the chips that were in the game, but after several big losses, Kahle Burns eliminated him from the tournament in the fifth place.

Read also: Timothy Adams won $417 000 at Australian Poker Open

Burns did not stop there, shortly after Fox, he managed to knock out another poker player from the USA – Aaron Van Blarcum, who became a bubble boy, having taken the fourth place.

Cary Katz played well, trying to stay afloat and reach the heads-up, but Kahle Burns literally «crushed» Cary with his stack.

Kahle Burns started the heads-up having big advantage in stack: 2.5 million chips versus 1.1 million chips of Timothy Adams.

The «fierce struggle» lasted as long as 3 hours, until Adams raised from the button with an A-9 (suited), Burns went all-in with Q-J of the same suit. The flop showed A, and the turn brought the card, which eventually enshrined Timothy's victory in the tournament.

Throughout his life, Timothy Adams has earned over $19 168 000 in live tournaments.  His biggest prize money in career is $3 536 550 for winning the super high roller tournament at the Triton Super High Roller Series 2019 in Jeju.

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