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Lucas Greenwood Wins PSC Bahamas $25k High Roller Event for $779k

15 January, 2017 | 14:01 от Aleksandra

Lucas Greenwood

Lucas Greenwood has reached his highest score

The champion is the third player in his family, who has managed to make seven-figures score playing the game he loves.

His prior highest score had been $75,000 for his play in the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event in 2011.

However, with his new title, he can join his brothers Max and Sam, who have over $6,6 million in combined live tournament earnings. Now Lucas has over $1 million in live tournament earnings.

Also, Lucas was responsible for knocking out his brother Sam in 10th place for almost $76K.

“Neither of us is giving very much away,” said Luc of Sam, diminishing the significance of any tells between the twins – telepathic or otherwise.

Lucas’ victory was much more enjoyable, with the support of his parents on the rail.

In the heads-up play, Lucas and Nick Petrangelo made a deal which secured more than $700K for both of them. The final table also reached Bryn Kenney and Daniel Negreanu, who had received the sad news that his dog had drowned in the pool.

Kenny and Negreanu both entered the final table short-staked, and Kenny was the first player who hit the rail, taking home $90K. Daniel Negreanu had a little better run and managed to finish in 5th place, after losing with his A-J against Nick Petrangelo’s A-Q.

PokerStars Championship Bahamas $25K High Roller

  • Buy-in: $25,000 + $750
  • Entries: 159
  • Re-entries: 38
  • Total prize pool: $3,975,000
  1. Luc Greenwood (Canada) – $779,268*
  2. Nick Petrangelo (United Kingdom) – $740,032*
  3. Michael Rocco (United States) – $409,020
  4. Byron Kaverman (United States) – $335,020
  5. Team PokerStars Pro Daniel Negreanu (Canada) – $268,780
  6. Nacho Barbero (Argentina) – $208,400
  7. Stephen Chidwick (United Kingdom) – $154,260
  8. Mark Radoja (Canada) – $113,360
  9. Bryn Kenney (United States) – $90,380

*denotes two-way deal