$ 184,736 for Juan Pardo’s PartyPoker account

By Ucatchers

Malaka was 2nd in the High Roller of the Caribbean Poker Party, after losing the HU to Canadian Pascal Lefrancois. Peruvian Diego Ventura won the Main Event ($ 879k).

Juan Pardo [Foto: PokerNews]

Juan Pardo [Foto: PokerNews]

Juan Pardo It’s over 2nd at Caribbean Poker Party # 09 High Roller: $ 1M Gtd. from PartyPoker.com. The Spanish player has cashed 184,736,194, after falling heads-up against the Canadian Pascal Lefrancois, who has obtained a remuneration of $ 277,268.01. The tournament has had a field of 111 registrations and a prize pool of $ 1,110,000.

These have been the prizes won by the 7 members of the official final table:

  1. Pascal Lefrancois (Canada): $ 277,268.01.
  2. Juan Pardo (Spain): $ 184,736.19.
  3. Jonathan van Fleet (USA): $ 128,963.13.
  4. Giuseppe Iadisernia (Venezuela): $ 88,852.17.
  5. Rok Gostisa (Russia): $ 65,555.49.
  6. Mark Radoja (Canada): $ 51,638.31.
  7. Erik Bauer (Netherlands): $ 41,820.36.

Latin poker is in luck, as the Peruvian Diego Ventura it was done yesterday with him triumph at CPP # 02 Main Event: $ 5M Gtd. Diego got a life-changing award, $ 879,894.50, after defeating the American in the HU Grayson ramage ($ 631,636.70). The tournament had a buy-in of $ 5,300, a field of 1,037 entries and a prize pool of $ 5,185,000.

Ventura happens on the Caribbean throne of Party to our Adrian Mateos, who won this same tournament in 2019, then collecting $ 1,162,805.

These are the prizes that the 9 components of the official final table have won:

  1. Diego Ventura (Peru): $ 879,894.50.
  2. Grayson Ramage (US): $ 631,636.70.
  3. Dominykas Mikolaitis (Lithuania): $ 417,807.30.
  4. Philippe D’Auteil (Canada): $ 283,101.
  5. Isaac Haxton (USA): $ 200,659.50.
  6. Aleksejs Ponakovs (Latvia): $ 142,069.
  7. Enrico Camosci (Italy): $ 99,552.
  8. Jonathan Proudfoot (UK): $ 78,812.
  9. Pavlo Kolinkovskiy (Ukraine): $ 65,331.

Apart from these two tournaments, yesterday the PartyPoker CPP # 10 High Roller Second Chance: $ 200k Gtd., Which crowned the Canadian Guillaume Nolet ($ 100,517.11).

On the other hand, on PokerStars.com, we only cited one Spanish puncture, that of “deivid29”Who finished 5th ($ 4,161.28) in the HRC: $ 530 Bounty Builder HR [8-Max, PKO], $ 100k Gtd.

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