Sami LarsLuzak1 Kelopuro Lifts Up The Winner’s Title In POWERFEST SHR PartyPoker

//Sami LarsLuzak1 Kelopuro Lifts Up The Winner’s Title In POWERFEST SHR PartyPoker

Sami LarsLuzak1 Kelopuro Lifts Up The Winner’s Title In POWERFEST SHR PartyPoker

The final day of the POWERFEST was a festival in itself as it amassed a prize money of $6,816,872.  Sami “LarsLuzak1″ Kelopuro finished the day as the champion of the event, lifting the coveted trophy and a lion’s share of the prize pool,  $317,190.

The Event

The Super Highroller event registered 327 entrants for the run. Each player had bought himself in for $5,200, a cumulative number that raised the prize pool to $1,635,000.

The event paid out the top 48 positions and each player bagged atleast double of what he invested. The least amount paid out was $10,627. The final table rounded off with 8 players. Unfortunately, “Sheparentao” got eliminated missing out the 6 figure paycheck. He had to settle in the 8th place for  $30,411. 

Along with “Sheparentao”, three more players had to suffice with a 5 digit paycheck. “BuyThaPot” finished his game in the event, in the sixth place and juiced out the first 6 digit check amounting to  $113,632. 

Sent packing for the third place, “NoLoitering” paved the way for a heads-up between Sami “LarsLuzak1” Kelopuro and A3PTEHFinally, after grinding hard for quite some time, the former clinched the trophy and the top prize.

A whopping $69,106,263 in POWERFEST prize money was paid to winners over 670 events played.

partypoker POWERFEST #142-SHR: $1,000,000 GTD Championship Event

1 Sami “LarsLuzak1” Kelopuro $317,190
2 A3PTEH $228,900
3 NoLoitering $158,595
4 BuyThaPot $113,632
5 Oliver “sk2ll_m0dR” Weis $80,932
6 PickYouOFF $60,004
7 ubicaprofi $41,692
8 Sheparentao $30,411

 

Sami “LarsLuzak1” Kelopuro’s entry in the poker world dates back to 2005 when he was invited to a home sit-and-go poker tournament. In 2007, he made great progress in cash games. With time, he has become known for his aggressive gaming style and is often known as the most aggressive and fearless cash game player in the world. Although he doesn’t have any Gold Bracelet to his name yet, he has cashed in two WSOP events. Hopefully, Kelopuro is going to get there very soon!

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By |News|2018-09-26T07:51:33+00:00September 26th, 2018|0 Comments