The big support team of Mini Main Event champion looked like in the photo above. The French player Jeremy Saderne won a mini version of Main Event WSOP 2019 and got the bracelet and $628,000.
Certainly, the mini version is inferior to WSOP Main Event and here you will not see the seven figures prizes, which change the life. However, you can watch an exciting battle of recreational players and professionals in this tournament. This year the number of participants was 5.521, which allowed the prize pool to increase to $4,968,000.
The final table surprised by its internationality: there were players from America, Japan, Argentine, China, Switzerland, Ireland and France. Jeremy Saderne from France appeared to be stronger than others and won Mini Main Event. He fought in a heads-up against Lula Taylor:
Lula isn’t a newbie in poker. She has 12 years’ experience of play in live poker and she earned $388,000 for the second place.