Weekend Review: 88pro88 wins the Sunday Million as Soyza takes top prize in Korea
A brief round-up of the results on PokerStars this past weekend...
Weekend highlights on PokerStars
• 88pro88 wins Sunday Million
• Michael Soyza win in Korea
• Two more Platinum Passes awarded in APPT
88pro88 wins the Sunday Million
The Sunday Million went to British player 88pro88 this weekend, who picked up a first prize of $131,164 after a three-way deal.
Jason Kirk had the write-up, which you can read at the link below. As he put it, six players came to the final table with more chips than the eventual winner, but none left with more cash.
The full result, with a link to the report, is below.
Sunday Million ($215 NL Hold'em) results
Entrants: 5,598 (4,511 entries, 1,087 re-entries)
Prize pool: $1,119,600
Places paid: 998
1. 88pro88 (United Kingdom) $131,164.17*
2. chonseSTEE (Canada) $97,728.40*
3. designerboy (United Kingdom) $102,896.09*
4. Alexlai11 (Ireland) $52,257.77
5. Episokrat (Germany) $36,672.94
6. Bigfish112392 (Philippines) $25,735.90
7. ManuelFel (Austria) $18,060.71
8. Bellebone (Brazil) $12,674.54
9. Daniel "dougiedan678" McAulay (United Kingdom) $8,894.66
* denotes results of a three-way deal leaving $22,392 for the winner
The top ten results from the weekend on PokerStars.
|$215 SUNDAY MILLION - PSPC Sunday Tournament||88pro88||United Kingdom||$131,164.17|
|$2,100 Sunday High Roller||Bigfish112392||Philippines||$43,606.22|
|$215 Sunday Warm-Up - PSPC Sunday Tournament||Moorman1||Canada||$39,343.88|
|$215 Sunday Supersonic [6-Max, Hyper-Turbo]||Dave_O87||Canada||$25,785.24|
|$11 Sunday Storm - PSPC Sunday Tournament||SedgePupa||Germany||$23,260.84|
|$55 Sunday Marathon||Lena900||Sweden||$18,177.63|
|$109 Sunday Cooldown [Turbo]||flipmm||Brazil||$17,666.89|
|$109 Sunday Kickoff||poker@luffyD||Latvia||$14,579.10|
|Sunday High Roller €250 [8-Max]||Mindfox1||Sweden||€12,073.95|
APPT Korea concludes at Paradise City
Michael Soyza won the APPT Korea Main Event over the weekend. He picked up the title, ₩158,700,000 ($150,000), and a Platinum Pass.
Soyza topped a field of 449 players in Paradise City, Incheon, and survived a tough final table.
Alex Villegas had the report from Korea. You can read that, along with all the coverage from the tournament in Korea, HERE.
The weekend's Platinum Pass winners
There were two Platinum Passes won during the APPT Korea.
As well as Main Event winner Michael Soyza (which you can read about here), there was a flip out contest to win, which resulted in a good day for Sumit Sapra of India.
It featured all 143 players who reached Day 2 of the Main Event. Sapra survived three rounds to claim the prize of a Platinum Pass and a trip to the PokerStars Players No-Limit Hold'em Championship in the Bahamas next January.
Read the full story of Sapra's win, HERE
Check out the full list of Platinum Pass winners on the PSPC winner's page.