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Once again, The Grand saw its guarantee blown out of the water, with 103 players turning out for the $1,050 buy-in affair. Those 103 final phase players fought it out for a slice of the $104,055 prize pool, and it was Brazilian sensation Rodrigo Seiji that helped himself to the lion’s share.

The final table was packed with top poker talent, and each elimination resulted in a sigh of relief from the surviving players. Dimitar Danchev was the first of the finalists to bow out. Danchev’s ninth-place finish came with $3,050.

Swedish high-stakes specialist Simon Mattsson joined Danchev on the rail, doing so with $3,573 in prize money. Then came the exits of Casimir Seire ($4,113), former MILLIONS Online champion Preben Stokkan ($4,772), and British grinder Adam Lowe ($5,836). Fourth place and the final four-figure score went to Francois Billard ($7,686).

Any of the final three players would have made a worthy champion, but the very nature of tournament poker means only one person gets to claim that title. Joel Nystedt busted in third for $10,659, which left Sirichuk heads-up against Artur Martirosian. Seiji got the job done and his hands on $23,495, leaving Martirosian to capture a $15,301 runner-up prize.

The Grand Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Rodrigo Seiji Brazil $23,495
2 Artur Martirosian Mexico $15,301
3 Joel Nystedt Austria $10,659
4 Francois Billard Canada $7,686
5 Adam Lowe United Kingdom $5,836
6 Preben Stokkan United Kingdom $4,772
7 Casimir Seire Finland $4,113
8 Simon Mattsson Sweden $3,573
9 Dimitar Danchev Bulgaria $3,050

DemisG Turns $55 into $5,705

You do not have to invest much money to win big at PartyPoker. Just ask “DemisG” if you do not believe us. They came out on top of a 1,025-strong crowd in the Super $55, and walked away with $5,705 of the $51,250 prize pool.

The “Super” tournaments run every Sunday and do so with a wide range of buy-ins. The Super $55 is one of the most popular of these weekly events, as the 1,025 entrants show.

Six of the nine-handed final table saw their $55 investment swell to a four-figure sum, including runner-up “Schwartson,” who fell at the final hurdle yet still saw $4,207 wing its way to their PartyPoker account.

Super $55 Final Table Results

Place Player Bounties Prize Total Prize
1 DemisG $2,669 $3,036 $5,705
2 Schwartson $1,177 $3,030 $4,207
3 Bandera_smoozi $621 $2,008 $2,629
4 Stenzofficial $659 $1,303 $1,962
5 V.F.A $496 $890 $1,386
6 KuringsGyn $487 $687 $1,174
7 pepeeee84 $12 $506 $518
8 CARDS-UP-POKER $224 $403 $627
9 Kolestation $135 $320 $455

PPC Winter Main Event Satellite Winners

Another 17 of your fellow PartyPoker players won their way into the $500,000 guaranteed PartyPoker Championships (PPC) Winter Main Event this weekend. The weekly final, which you can win your way into for a mere $0.01, saw 50 players fight it out for one of the 15x $530 seats that were guaranteed.

Denmark’s Soren Nielsen finished in 18th place, missing out on a $530 PPC Winter Main Event seat but collecting $155 in cash.

Katja Haubjerg Alan Ford
Dmytro Liubchych Shane White
Aleksandr Seik Mario Juste Sanchez
Rostislav Krhanek Sourasay Souvanh
Steen Svare Ben Warrington
Andrej Tekel Florian Dechenet
Andrei Kriazhev Maximiliano Rocha
Shin Wha Yi Aleksandr Shepel
Karsten Hansen

The latest raft of satellite winners takes the total number of seats won to 48, and there are another 10 guaranteed to be won on December 11. There is no direct buy-in to the December 11 final, which starts at 20:05 GMT. You have to play your way into it via our $0.01 centrolls, or feeders and phases that cost $1.10, $5.50, and an affordable $22. Make it through a $22 Phase 2 and you’ll be in the final where at least 10x $530 PPC Winter Main Event seats are waiting.

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