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Ireland’s Conor O’Driscoll emerged victoriously from the $320 buy-in WPT #06 Mix-Max Mini Championship and saw his bankroll swell by $121,980.

O’Driscoll reached the seven-handed final table and found himself surrounded by some of poker’s top talent. Everyone at the final table was guaranteed a $14,370 payout, the sum Aneta Stichova scooped when their tournament ended in seventh place.

Team partypoker’s Philipp Gruissem saw his tournament conclude in sixth-place, which saw our German superstar win $19,670.

Russia’s Ilya Myakishev and Canadian grinder John Gonzalez were the final table’s next casualties. Myakishev’s fifth-place finish weighed in at $34,310 while Gonzalez reeled in $53,230.

Marc Pronilow’s exit in third place, which was worth a cool $72,410, set up a mouth-watering one-on-one matchup between O’Driscoll and the 2020 MILLIONS UK Main Event champion Anton Suarez.

The battle between Ireland and Sweden went Ireland’s way with O’Driscoll becoming the last man standing and collecting the $121,980 top prize. Suarez can be proud of his runner-up finish and the $93,880 prize money will help soften the blow of not becoming a WPT champion.

Place Player Country Prize
1 Conor O’Driscoll Ireland $121,980
2 Anton Suarez Sweden $93,880
3 Marc Pronilow Germany $72,410
4 John Gonzalez Canada $53,230
5 Ilya Myakishev Russia $34,310
6 Philipp Gruissem Mexico $19,670
7 Aneta Stichova Czech Republic $14,370

Danish Star Ronni Ravnholt Borg Brings Home The Bacon

Ronni Ravnholt Borg is $33,850 richer than a couple of days ago courtesy of being crowned the champion of the Micro Mix-Max Championship. Borg’s prize is worth more than 1,000-times the tournament’s $33 buy-in, plus he gets to call himself a World Poker Tour champion.

The top four finishers in this even walked away with a five-figure haul for their efforts.

Fourth-place finisher Erhan Constantin of Moldova banked $14,426 while Colin Horgan of Ireland won $19,863 for his demise in third place. Hargan’s exit left Borg and British star Sean Donovan to fight it out heads-up and it was Borg who shone the most when one-on-one.

Borg banked $33,850 and resigned Donovan to a still-respectable $25,940 second-place prize.

Place Player Country Prize
1 Ronni Ravnhlt Borg Denmark $33,850
2 Sean Donovan United Kingdom $25,940
3 Colin Horgan Ireland $19,863
4 Erhan Constantin Moldova $14,426
5 Finn Walker United Kingdom $9,075
6 Ivo Iliyev Bulgaria $4,892
7 Juho Heiska Finland $3,426

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