Three partypoker players became Irish Open champions and padded their bankrolls on March 30. John Adderley, Ross Brown, and Pedro Garagnani each wrote themselves into the Irish Open’s history books, in addition to giving themselves more ammunition for the rest of the festival.

Irish Open #08 Dublin Deepstack Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 John Adderley United Kingdom €13,138
2 Grantas Naujokas Lithuania €9,141
3 Christopher Andler Sweden €6,284
4 Victor Simionato Brazil €4,191
5 Thomas Reilly United Kingdom €3,022
6 Jonah Silverstein Canada €2,426
7 Jon Van Fleet Canada €1,977
8 Cedric Schwaederle Malta €1,630
9 Joao De Brito Brazil €1,349

Liverpool’s John Adderley took down the €265 Dublin Deepstack and walked away with €13,138 in prize money and the title of champion. Adderley now has more than $1.2 million in online poker tournament cashes and is rapidly closing in on 150 career victories.

The champion defeated Lithuanian Grantas Naujokas heads-up to secure the win, leaving Naujokas to collect a €9,141 consolation prize.

Everyone at the non-handed final table scooped at least €1,349 for their efforts over the two days. Joao De Brito, Cedric Schwaederle, and former MILLIONS Online champion Jon Van Fleet were among the finalists. As were Jonah Silverstein, Thomas Reilly, Victor Siminoato, and third-place finisher Christopher Andler of Sweden.

Irish Open #09 Liam Flood 6-Max Turbo Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Ross Brown Ireland €8,495
2 Andrew Hulme United Kingdom €5,890
3 Rocco Smeriglio Canada €4,144
4 Mitch Johnson United Kingdom €2,796
5 Kenny Hallaert United Kingdom €2,026
6 Arnaud Enselme United Kingdom €1,595
7 Jonas Hagstrom Sweden €1,292

Ross Brown won the Irish Open tournament that every Irish player wants to secure, the Liam Flood memorial event. The late Liam Flood is an Irish poker legend, and we do not use that term lightly here at partypoker HQ. Flood was instrumental in the longevity of Irish Open and even managed to win its Main Event twice.

The Irish Open runs a tournament every year in Flood’s honour. It is quite fitting that an Irishman triumphed in this year’s event, Brown scooping the €8,495 top prize. Brown’s victory would have been impressive in its own right, but more so courtesy of sharing the seven-handed final table with some talented opponents, any of whom would have made a worthy champion.

Arnaud Enselme and Kenny Hallaert are regulars in tournaments with much higher buy-ins than the €265 paid here. British duo Mitch Johnson and runner-up Andrew “stato_1” Hulme are also superb tournament players. Congratulations to Brown, make sure you revel in the glory!

Irish Open #12 High Roller Turbo Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Pedro Garagnani Brazil €18,003
2 Baard Dahl Malta €11,227
3 Sammy Ouellani Netherlands €7,297
4 Vitor Abreu Malta €5,220
5 Rok Gostisa Slovenia €3,937
6 Benjamin McMenemey United Kingdom €3,105
7 Patrick Hyllegaard Denmark €2,598

The High Roller Turbo, a €1,050 buy-in affair that drew in 60-entrants, was won by Brazilian Pedro Garagnani. First-place weighed in at €18,003 with runner-up Baard Dahl locking up the €11,227 second-place prize.

Earlier at the final table. Patrick Hyllegaard and Benjamin McMenemey fell by the wayside. The Rok Gostisa, a high roller and super high roller specialist, crashed out in fifth-place.

Victor Abreu saw his tournament end abruptly in fourth, before Samy Ouellani of the Netherlands busted in third for €7,297, leaving Garagnani and Dahl heads-up, and we know how that panned out.

Upcoming Irish Open Tournaments

The €2,100 High Roller and both the €320 and €33 Heads-Up and Mini Heads-up crown their champions on March 21. Andras Nemeth leads the final nine in the High Roller where €33,688 awaits the winner.

Both heads-up events are down to their final 16 players.

Four new tournaments shuffle up and deal at 19:05 BST today. The €265 Hendon Mob Championship (€50K Gtd) and its €27 Mini equivalent (€27) should see big fields. PLO lovers can get involved in the €320 6-Max Omaha and the €33 Mini 6-Max Omaha.

There is, of course, another Grand Prix Ireland flight, Day 1D to be exact. Buy in for €55 and play for a share of a guaranteed €250,000.

Time (BST) Tournament Buy-in
19:05 Irish Open #10 High Roller Day 2
19:05 Irish Open #13 The Hendon Mob Championship: €50K Gtd €265
19:05 Irish Open #13 The Mini Hendon Mob Championship: €15K Gtd €27
19:05 Irish Open #14 6-Max Omaha: €30K Gtd €320
19:05 Irish Open #14 Mini 6-Max Omaha: €5K Gtd €33
20:05 Irish Open #06 Grand Prix Ireland Day 1D: €250K Gtd €55
20:05 Irish Open #11 Heads-Up Day 2
20:05 Irish Open #11 Mini Heads-Up Day 2

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