The Best of Partypoker Caribbean Poker Party

27 November


Best of Partypoker Caribbean Poker party

The Partypoker Caribbean Poker Party has finished after a week of the best poker in one of the most paradisiac venues of the world the Meliá resort at Punta Cana. It's been tough days of good poker and a bunch of pools-parties.  Check below the most amazing moments.

1-Sam Greenwood Tops the $5,300 MILLIONS Main Event for $1,000,000

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Sam Greenwood finished top of the chart of the $5,300 MILLIONS Main Event at the 2017 Caribbean Poker Party Festival after defeating Andrey Shatilov in heads-up play to capture the $1,000,000 first-place prize and cap off a series to remember. The tournament had a total of 1,061 entries over the course of three starting flights, making up a prizepool of $5,145,850, that was shared between 111 pay-outs with a min-cash being worth $10,000. Congratulations to the winners!

1 Sam Greenwood Canada $1,000,000
2 Andrey Shatilov Russia $650,000
3 Jonas Gjelstad Norway $450,000
4 Jiri Horak Czech Republic $315,850
5 Felipe Ramos Brazil $220,000
6 Preben Stokkan Norway $150,000
7 Udo Erlei Germany $100,000
8 Dan Dizenzo United States $70,000


2-Adrian Mateos wins Caribbean Poker Party Festival $5,300 MILLIONS Finale for $250,000

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The Spaniard and Winamax pro team member Adrian Mateos emerged victorious in the $5,300 MILLIONS Finale at the Caribbean Poker Party Festival, best in a field of 215 total entries to claim the $250,000 first prize. 

1 Adrian Mateos Spain $250,000
2 Anatoly Filatov Russia $165,000
3 Kenny Hallaert Belgium $110,000
4 Tom Waters United Kingdom $87,600
5 Manig Loeser Germany $70,000
6 Marc-Oliver Carpentier-Perrault Canada $55,000
7 Bartlomiej Machon Poland $45,000
8 James Walker United Kingdom $45,000


3-Rainer Kempe wins the $1,100 Caribbean Poker Party Festival MILLIONS Open for $200,000

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Rainer Kempe came out on top of a field of 812 entries to win the Caribbean Poker Party Festival $1,100 MILLIONS Open for $200,000. The German high roller now sits in 9th on the Global Poker Index following this win in beautiful Punta Cana Caribbean Poker Party. Impressive!

1 Rainer Kempe Germany $200,000
2 Claudio Di Giacomo Italy $121,500
3 Manuel Martinez Spain $80,000
4 Paul Hockin New Zealand $54,000
5 Andrei-Lucian Boghean Romania $40,000
6 Michael Sklenicka Czech Republic $30,000
7 William Blais Canada $22,500


4-Preben Stokkan takes Home $275,000 in the $10,300 MILLIONS High Roller

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The Norvegian Preben Stokkan won the first event of the 2017 Caribbean Poker Party Festival, becoming winner of the $10,300 MILLIONS High Roller. Stokkan earned himself $275,000 at partypoker's last stop of the season in Punta Cana, defeating Jonathan Little in heads-up play. The tournament attracted a total of 103 entries and generated a prizepool of $1,000,000, which covered a total of 11 pay-outs, with the min-cash being worth $20,000.

1st Preben Stokkan Norway $275,000
2nd Jonathan Little United States $175,000
3rd Sam Greenwood Canada $124,100
4th Alexandru Papazian Romania $100,000
5th Kenny Hallaert Belgium $85,000
6th Pascal Lefrancois Canada $70,000
7th Steffen Sontheimer Germany $55,000
8th Sean Winter United States $40,000
9th Felipe Ramos Brazil $30,000

5-Chris Hunichen wins the 2017 Caribbean Poker Party $25,500 Super High Roller for $400,000

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The second tournament of 2017 Caribbean Poker Party Festival ended with Chris Hunichen claiming the victory and $400,000. The tournament had a total of 43 entries with some of the biggest names in the poker world in it, and It made  a prizepool of $1,042,750.

1 Chris Hunichen United States $400,000
2 Sam Greenwood Canada $242,750
3 Sam Trickett United Kingdom $165,000
4 Adrian Mateos Spain $110,000
5 Rafael Moraes Brazil $75,000
6 Steffen Sontheimer Germany $50,000


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