Sam Greenwood came with up with a splendid performance in the Caribbean Poker Party MILLIONS Main Event as he added the title to his third-place finish in the $10,300 High Roller and his second finish in the $25,500 Super High Roller.

TheMain Event title ensured a $1 million payday for Sam this weekend.

Greenwood said, “It was just crazy, I don’t think I have ever run this good. I won so many all ins and I’m happy with how well I played. In the high rollers, it was more of a steady climb but in the main, I was all in so many times.”

Caribbean Poker Party Festival was hosted at Melia Caribe Tropical and saw a field of 1016 entries for the $5,300 Main Event which bragged a prize pool of $5,032,050.

Andrey Shatilov At The Caribbean Poker Party MILLIONS Main Event

Sam managed to bank $366,850 before the Main Event, additionally, adding a whopping $1,000,000 to his scorecard after shipping the main event of the series. In heads-up play, he defeated Andrey Shatilov to own one of his biggest tournament scores.

Some of the big names that were spotted in the evening include partypoker Chairman,  (24th place – $34,000), Maria Ho (25th place – $34,000), Ismael Bojang (39th place – $27,500), Steffen Sontheimer (49th place – $22,500), Seth Davies (55th place – $22,500), Joseph Cheong (58th place – $20,000), Alex Foxen (65th place -$17,500), Brandon Cantu (74th place – $15,000), and Martin Jacobson (92nd place – $10,000).

When the final day got underway, there were just the nine players remaining with Greenwood leading the way. It was Damian Lomza who busted in 9th place for $50,000 and the final eight players moved to the feature table. As the elimination continued it was Udo Erlei who walked off at 7th place for $100,000.  Felipe Ramos exited in 5th place for $220,000.

Sam Greenwood wins Caribbean Poker Party Festival

Down to two, the play lasted for 3 hours until the final winner was announced. The final hand of the event saw Greenwood opening with card 3card 2 and Shatilov with  card 3card 3 called. The flop flipped to card 1card 1card 3 and Shatilov check-called to see the turn which came card 2. Shatilov checked again and Greenwood fired a huge bet with his overpair putting Shatilov in a spot. Shantilov eventually decided to check-raise all in. Greenwood snap-called. The river flipped card 2  on the board and Greenwood sealed the deal.

 

Final Table Results

Place Name Country Prize (USD)
1 Sam Greenwood Canada $1,000,000
2 Andrey Shatilov Russia $650,000
3 Jonas Gjelstad Norway $450,000
4 Jiri Horak Czech Republic $315,850
5 Felipe Ramos Brazil $220,000
6 Preben Stokkan Norway $150,000
7 Udo Erlei Germany $100,000
8 Dan Dizenzo United States $70,000

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