Team partypoker’s Isaac Haxton is no stranger to final tables at major tournaments. Haxton has more than $27.6 million in live poker earnings and several million more from the online poker grind. He’s now only eight eliminations away from getting his hands on $879,894 and the title of 2020 Caribbean Poker Party Main Event champion.

CPP #02 Main Event Final Table Chip Counts

Place Player Country Chips
1 Diego Ventura Peru 307,433,755
2 Grayson Ramage Canada 193,687,436
3 Jonathan Proudfoot United Kingdom 142,411,766
4 Isaac Haxton Canada 115,314,958
5 Dominykas Mikolaitis Lithuania 81,982,793
6 Philippe D’Auteuil Canada 59,929,308
7 Pavlo Kolinkovsky Ukraine 45,874,059
8 Enrico Camosci Mexico 445,651,016
9 Aleksejs Ponakovs Estonia 41,980,241
Isaac Haxton

Isaac Haxton

Haxton returns to action with 115,314,958 chips at his disposal, enough for fourth-place at the restart. He’d walk away with $65,331 even if the unthinkable happened and he was the first casualty of the final table. That’s extremely unlikely to happen, it’s more likely Haxton will be up there challenging for the near-$880,000 top prize.

Eight legitimate poker stars stand between Haxton and that mammoth prize.

Diego Ventura is one of those eight grinders and he’s going to take some beating. The Peruvian has shone in this massive event, ending Day 1B, Day 2, and Day 3 as the overall chip leader. Ventura has 307,433,755 chips in his arsenal while no other players have broken through the 200 million barrier. It’s Ventura’s tournament to lose, what an enviable position to find yourself in.

Grayson Ramage finds himself in second place when the final table commences under the watchful eye of the partypoker Twitch commentary team. Ramage is another player in hot form having finished third in the Mini Main Event for a $56,160 prize.

The United Kingdom’s Jonathan Proudfoot was one of the shorter stacks on Day 3 but rectified that and is now in third place. The man from Durham has almost $5 million in online poker tournament winnings and will beat his previous best cash if he finishes fourth or better on November 25.

Haxton aside, the chasing pack have less than 90,000,000 chips each but are definitely not out of the running by any stretch of the imagination. Dominykas Mikolaitis and Philippe D’Auteuil occupy fifth and sixth place, with Ukraine’s Pavlo Kolinkovsky and Mexico’s Enrico Camosci returning in seventh and eight.

Aleksejs Ponakovs is the man bringing up the rear with 41,980,241 chips.

Play resumes at 19:05 GMT with cards-up coverage streamed on our Twitch channel with commentary from James Dempsey, Harry Kilbane, and Team partypoker’s Jason Koon.

CPP #02 Mini Main Event Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Vitalijs Zavorotnijs Estonia $123,718
2 Fabiano Kovalski Brazil $87,970
3 Grayson Ramage Canada $56,160
4 Manuel Fritz Austria $38,587
5 Andrei Chernokoz Russia $27,360
6 Guillaume Diaz United Kingdom $19,182
7 Boris Kolev Costa Rica $13,308
8 Pedro Neves United Kingdom $10,409

Estonia’s Vitalijis Zavorotnijs is the Mini Main Event champion, an accolade that came with a $123,718 cash haul. The Estonian defeated Fabiano Kovalski of Brazil heads-up, leaving the South American to pad his bankroll with $87,970.

We have to give a special mention to Grayson Ramage who finished in third place for $56,160. Ramage is also present and correct at the Main Event’s final table where he currently occupies second-place.

CPP #02 Micro Main Event Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Timur Kurbanov Russia $21,455*
2 Georgi Banchev Bulgaria $18,725*
3 Deividas Kvaselis Lithuania $10,774
4 Rafael Prado Brazil $7,230
5 Patrick Brooks United Kingdom $5,025
6 Rui Campos Malta $3,435
7 Carla Palma Brazil $2,362
8 Joao De Brito Poland $1,733
9 Ricardo Holanda Ireland $1,429

*reflects a heads-up deal

The Micro Main Event ended in a heads-up chop between Russia’s Timur Kurbanov and Bulgaria’s Georgi Banchev. That deal saw Kurbanov walk away with $21,455 and the title of champion while Banchev’s runner-up finish resulted in an $18,725 haul.

Lithuania’s Deividas Kvaselis won the tournament’s other five-figure prize, $10,774 to be exact, for their third-place exit.

CPP #09 High Roller Final Table Chip Counts

Juan Pardo Dominguez

Juan Pardo Dominguez

Place Player Country Chips
1 Juan Pardo Dominguez United Kingdom 37,997,337
2 Jon Van Fleet Canada 26,366,612
3 Pascal Lefranoics Canada 15,432,164
4 Mark Radoja Canada 15,102,844
5 Giuseppe Iadisernia United Kingdom 8,874,423
6 Erik Bauer Netherlands 3,925,364
7 Rok Gostisa Slovenia 3,301,256

Juan Pardo Dominguez leads the seven-handed final table of the $10,300 buy-in High Roller where $277,268 awaits the eventual champion. The final table is going to be epic with the six other finalists reading like a who’s who of the poker world.

Former MILLIONS Online champion Jon Van Fleet sits back down second in chips with recent Super High Roller champion Pascal Lefrancois in contention for another massive score.

Mark Radoja and Giuseppe Iadisernia, Erik Bauer, and Rok Gostisa make up the rest of the talented bunch of finalists.

One More CPP Event Remains

The Main Event and High Roller crown their champions on November 25 with our Twitch team streaming the Main Event.

There’s the final event of the series at 19:05 GMT, the $530 buy-in $150,000 guaranteed Closer, a PKO tournament. Will you be signing off from the Caribbean Poker Party grind with a big win?

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