Michael Addamo is on fire in this year's edition of WPT Online Series on partypoker. Earlier this week, he won WPT High Roller Turbo for $87,459 and finished third in the $10,300 WPT #05 High Roller ($116,183), and now adds an extra $363,661 after defeating Artur Martirosian heads-up in the Event #13: $25,500 Super High Roller.
Day 1 saw the 41 starters battle their way to a final table of seven, each of them made in the money. Sergi Reixach started sixth in chips, but fell first taking home $53,915. Duco Ten Haven was then eliminated in sixth place for $62,645.
Despite sitting second in chips at the start of play, Matthias Eibinger was eliminated in fifth for $74,774 before Pascal Hartmann followed him out the door, taking home $100,993. Almedin Imsirovic had an impressive run, starting as the table short stack and laddering all the way up to third place and a $145,663 payout.
All that was left was for Addamo to eliminate Martirosian, leaving the Russian with a $223,350 payday. The final table took less than two hours, with another impressive performance from Addamo seeing him walk away triumphant once again.
WPT #13 Super High Roller Final Table Results
|6||Duco Ten Haven||Netherlands||$62,644|
Torstensson Crowned Mini Main Event Champion
Fritjof Torstensson can call himself a World Poker Tour champion because the Swedish star was the last man standing in the WPT #02 Mini Main Event, a result that came with a hefty $78,769 prize. Amazingly, Torstensson won his seat in this tournament via a $5.50 satellite.
He beat Joshua McCully heads-up, after they already made a deal before the start of the match, but left $5,000 for the eventual champion.
WPT #02 Mini Main Event Final Table Results
|2||Joshua McCully||New Zealand||$71,016*|
|9||Kenn Hallaert||United Kingdom||$7,169|