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About tayke2

  • Birthday 02/20/1987



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    NL/PL HE MTTs, $26 and under

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  1. The final table of the $1,500 WSOP Millionaire Maker looked to be Daniel Dvoress’s to lose when it started. He began with over 92 million chips, 31 big blinds at the time, while his closest competitor, Alejandro Caridad, had 64 million. Dvoress slowly extended his lead throughout the final table, going start to finish with the lead to lock up a score of over $1.5 million, along with his first WSOP bracelet. After a few short stack double ups, Aneris Adomkevicius was the first player eliminated from the final table. He shoved all in for 15,152,228 from early position, and he was called by Alejandro Caridad in the big blind. Adomkevicius’s {As}{Kd} was flipping against the pocket nines of Caridad. After a ten high flop, a third nine on the turn sealed the hand. Adomkevicius took home $107,671 for his 9th place showing. Not long after that, it was Tomasz Cybulski who would bow out in eighth. He had most of his stack already in from the big blind, and called off his final 2,704,909 after Michael Nugent raised to 8,000,000. Cybulski called it off with {Ad}{6s} but was well behind the {7s}{7d} of Nugent. The board came down [5h8c5d9dJc], and the sevens held strong. Cybulski took home just under $150,000 for his efforts. It took just a few more minutes before Ronny Kaiser shoved all in for 6,259,994 with {7h}{7d}. Anatoly Filatov moved all in over the top on the button with {As}{Js}, and he shot out to the lead after a flop of {Qd}{Jh}{9c}. No two outer for Kaiser, and he would have to settle for $207,644. Then, it was time for massive chip leader Daniel Dvoress to get in on the knockouts, when he busted Neville Endo Costa in sixth place. Endo Costa raised to 8,000,000 from early position, leaving less than a big blind behind. Daniel Dvoress forced those chips into the middle with a raise, and the cards were flipped. Endo Costa’s {Ad}{8h} was ahead of the {Js}{6d} of Dvoress, but Dvoress would hit a jack on the flop, and another on the turn to leave Endo Costa drawing dead. There was a lengthy break between eliminations at this point, as Dvoress was handing out double ups left and right. Dvoress would briefly dip below 100,000,000, before getting back to his bounty winning ways with the massive elimination of Alejandro Caridad. Caridad would open shove all in for 64,536,778 from the cutoff. Daniel Dvoress was the only player with more chips than Caridad, and he called it off with pocket eights. Caridad was racing with the {Qh}{Jc}, but would receive no help on the {Kc}{Kd}{3h}{9h}{7c} runout. Caridad still earned over $400,000 for his finish. On the very next hand, Dvoress shoved all in from the small blind, and Michael Nugent called all in from the big blind for 26 million and change. Nugent had the lead with {Ad}{2c} to the {5c}{4d} of Dvoress, but the latter would flop two pair, and would hit a full house on the river, to eliminate Nugent in fourth. He took home $556,095 for his efforts. Next to bow out was arguably the biggest name at the final table, Anatoly Filatov. The Russian pro hung around long enough to get to third place, locking upa payday of over $772,000. On his final hand, Filatov would get it in on the button with {As}{Kh}, and he was racing against the pocket fives of Dvoress. The board ran down [6sJd4h8dTh], and the fives held to get Dvoress heads up with Caio De Almeida Dvoress carries a massive chip lead into the battle, which would last just two hands, before the Canadian sealed the deal. In the penultimate hand, Dvoress and De Almeida went heads up to a flop of [9h7s2d]. De Almeida checked, Dvoress bet 5,000,000, and De Almeida check-raised to 13,000,000. Dvoress moved and the Brazilian folded. Next, De Almeida got his final 25 million in with [Kd8d], but Dvoress had him dominated with [KhQs]. The flop of [6c5d3c] left Almeida slip, and while the [poker card="7h"] turn gave him some straight outs, the river card was the [poker card="3h"]. De Almeida fell just short in second place, but would take home a seven figure consolation prize of $1,072,428. However, the first place prize of $1,489,289, goes to Canadian pro Daniel Dvoress. Final Table Payouts Daniel Dvoress – $1,489,289 Caio De Almeida – $1,072,428 Anatoly Filatov – $556,095 Michael Nugent – $566,095 Alejandro Caridad– $400,412 Neville Endo Costa– $288,356 Ronny Kaiser – $207,644 Tomasz Cybulski – $149,523 Aneris Adomkevicius – $107,671  

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