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The High Roller Club continued on July 12 and saw a trio of the game’s biggest star walk away with titles and massive prizes as a result.

Michael Addamo, Laszlo Bujtas, and Pascal Lefrancois all secured six-figure prizes as they were the last men standing in their respective tournaments. Let’s check out which tournaments they were.

High Roller Club: Main Event – $750K Gtd

It wasn’t long ago that Michael Addamo demolished the High Roller Club events on a Sunday and he’s gone and taken down the Main Event this week. Addamo was one of 37 entrants in the $25,500 buy-in tournament which paid $925,000 across the top four finishers.

Former MILLIONS Online champion Jon Van Fleet was the last player to go home empty-handed. The Canadian’s sixth-place exit popped the substantial money bubble.

Van Fleet’s exit locked up $57,812 for the surviving players and it was Sergi Reixach who banked this sum. Christoph Vogelsang was the next casualty, his demise in fourth-place was worth $92,500.

The final three players were now guaranteed a six-figure prize but first-place was more than double the size of third so nobody wanted to bust just yet. Someone had to and that someone was Vyacheslav Buldygin. The Russian banked $152,625 for his impressive third-place finish.

His elimination left Addamo and Rok Gostisa heads-up for the title and the $376,937 top prize. Addamo walked away with this massive prize top prize, leaving Gostisa to collect a still huge $245,125.

That second-place finish bolsters Gostisa’s place at the top of the leaderboard. He was already at the top of the standings going into Sunday’s games and will now have a much larger advantage over the chasing pack.

Place Player Country Prize
1 Michael Addamo United Kingdom $376,937
2 Rok Gostisa Slovenia $245,125
3 Vyacheslav Buldygin Russia $152,625
4 Christoph Vogelsang United Kingdom $92,500
5 Sergi Reixach United Kingdom $57,812

High Roller Club: The Big Game – $750K Gtd

Laszlo Bujtas

This week’s Big Game ended in a heads-up chop between two of the game’s great players. A whole host of stars busted from the final table, including Jake Schindler, Samuel Vousden, and Pavel Plesuv to leave Argentina’s Ramiro Petrone, Fedor Holz, and Laszlo Bujtas as the only players in the hunt for glory.

Petrone crashed out and padded his bankroll with $94,812. Holz and Bujtas decided to strike a deal, one that resulted in Holz finishing second for $146,115 and left Bujtas to bank $165,894.

Place Player Country Prize
1 Laszlo Bujtas Hungary $165,894*
2 Fedor Holz Germany $146,115*
3 Ramiro Petrone Argentina $94,812
4 Mathieu Clavet Canada $67,158
5 Pavel Plesuv Moldova $47,406
6 Samuel Vousden Finland $37,529
7 Jake Schindler Mexico $29,865
8 Alexandros Theologis United Kingdom $23,703

*reflects a heads-up deal

High Roller Club: Mix-Max 2nd Chance – $300K Gtd

Pascal Lefrancois

partypoker proved to be a happy hunting ground once again for Pascal Lefrancois who took down the Mix-Max 2nd Chance and saw his $5,200 turn into a cool $148,500.

Only the final four players saw a return on their investment, Sam Greenwood being the first of that quartet to bag some prize money. Greenwood, a regular in partypoker event, won $34,737.

Ali Imsirovic fell next, his third-place finish yielded a $49,500 and left Irishman Mark Davis and Lefrancois to fight it out one-on-one for the title. Lefrancois got the job done to resign Davis to a $97,262 cash and to add the $148,500 top prize to his bankroll.

Place Player Country Prize
1 Pascal Lefrancois Canada $148,500
2 Mark Davies Ireland $97,262
3 Ali Imsirovic Mexico $49,500
4 Sam Greenwood Canada $34,737

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