Poker Masters Online Update: Over $8m In Prize Money Won So Far!

A total of 11 events have now been completed in the Poker Masters Online on partypoker and over $8 million in prize money won by some of the biggest names in high stakes online tournament poker.

There were wins for Kahle Burns, Michael Addamo and partypoker Sponsored Pro Joni Jouhkimainen, as two more final tables for Andras Nemeth saw the Hungarian move into the overall standing lead!Pauli Ayras Wins Event #6 for $303,422 

Pauli Ayras

The field for the second Pot-Limit Omaha event of the Poker Masters was almost double the first, with 97 players entering the event which was eventually won by Pauli Ayras.

He was one of two Finnish players at the final table, with Samuli Sipila having to settle for fifth place, with five Finnish players cashing in total – and another bubbling!Final Table Results Place Player Country Payout 1 Pauli Ayras Finland $303,422 2 Jens Lakemeier Austria $189,150 3 Ami Barer Canada $116,400 4 Jorryt van Hoof United Kingdom $84,875 5 Samuli Sipila Finland $60,625 6 Ole Schemion Austria $41,225

Follow the Action on partypokerAlexandros Kolonias Wins Event #07 for $269,013 

After only notching up a 10th place so far in the Poker Masters, Alexandros Kolonias roared back to take victory in Event #07, defeating George Wolff heads-up.Final Table Results Place Player Country Payout 1 Alexandros Kolonias Malta $269,013 2 George Wolff Mexico $167,700 3 Ali Imsirovic Mexico $103,200 4 Mustapha Kanit Austria $75,250 5 Michael Addamo United Kingdom $53,750 6 Pauli Ayras FInland $36,550 Joni Jouhkimainen Wins Event #8 for $254,800 

With a total of 104 players, Event #08 proved to be one of the biggest event so far, with partypoker’s Joni Jouhkimainen was the man coming out on top, winning $254,800 and denying Andras Nemeth his second title in the space of two days.

This was the first final table at which all players had recorded at least one cash so far this Poker Masters, with Juan Pardo’s fifth-place finish his fourth of the festival, bringing his total cashes to just under $200,000.Final Table Results Place Player Country Payout 1 Joni Jouhkimainen Finland $254,800 2 Andras Nemeth Hungary $182,000 3 Sergi Reixach United Kingdom $130,000 4 Elias Talvitie Finland $91,000 5 Juan Pardo United Kingdom $67,600 6 Timothy Adams Canada $52,000 7 Alex Foxen Canada $41,600 8 Dario Sammartino Austria $33,800 Pascal Lefrancois Wins Event #09 for $243,989 

Canada’s Pascal Lefrancois took down Event #9, but there was much more going on behind him as the contenders started to shape up for the overall Poker Masters Championship.

Timothy Adams and Pauli Ayras both added their fourth cashes of the Poker Masters, with Andras Nemeth’s final table his third of the festival vaulting him to the top of the overall standings.Final Table Results Place Player Country Payout 1 Pascal Lefrancois Canada $243,989 2 Justin Bonomo Canada $152,100 3 Kristen Bicknell Canada $93,600 4 Fedor Holz Germany $68,250 5 Andras Nemeth Hungary $48,750 6 Dario Sammartino Austria $33,150 Kahle Burns Wins Biggest Poker Masters Event So Far

With 119 entries, Event #10 was the biggest event of the Poker Masters so far, generating a prize pool of $1,190,000, exceeded only by the opening $25,500 event.

In the end it was Kahle Burns who triumphed, winning $291,550 after defeating Luuk Gieles heads-up.

Final Table Results Place Player Country Payout 1 Kahle Burns Mexico $291,550 2 Luuk Gieles Netherlands $208,250 3 Eelis Parssinen FInland $148,750 4 Gianluca Speranza Austria $104,125 5 Joao Vieira Netherlands $77,350 6 Wiktor Malinowski Germany $59,500 7 Edwin Villalobo Amaya Mexico $47,600 8 Vicent Bosca United Kingdom $38,675 Michael Addamo Wins Event #11 for $294,038 

Tuesday night saw another big High Roller name notch up their first win of the Poker Masters Online with Michael Addamo securing victory in Event #11. He defeated Chris Hunichen heads-up who has now cashed in five of the first 11 Poker Masters events.Final Table Results Place Player Country Payout 1 Michael Addamo United Kingdom $294,038 2 Chris Hunichen Costa Rica $183,300 3 Jorryt van Hoof United Kingdom $112,800 4 Yahia Fahmy Cyprus $82,250 5 Justin Bonomo Canada $58,750 6 Aliaksandr Hirs Belarus $39,950 Poker Masters Championship Standings 

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