The poker sites are ablaze this Sunday, as the winners of Sunday Million and Bounty Builders were announced. The “Wild_Smurf” managed to bag the amazing $140,572, while Ivan “Negriin” Luca won $72,909 and an additional $92,671 in bounties boosting his score, reaching a new level of poker excitement.
This weekend, the 5,202 players generated a $1,040,400 prize pool to be shared with the top 944 finishers. A small $215 investment could turn into a $333 win, amazing odds even among the poker sites and events. Then, the winner could expect at least $140,000 in winnings.
The game took an interesting turn of events as the “instructore” left the table “heavier” for the $8,268, but remained the only player not to bag a five-figure reward. Next to drop out of the competition were “TheMrsTT” with the $11,782 and “BC1989RF” with $16,790 finishing on eight and seventh place respectively.
The “vovtroy” finished in sixth-place with an amazing $23,925, whereas the “Worjoh” finished in fifth-place earning $34,093. The already heated up situation peaked with amusement as it came down to the best four.
The player “razvanik” finished fourth winning $48,581, while “Galva1388” finishing third, bagging $69,227. The finals left “francais50” and “Wild_Smurf” playing for the main prize. The “francais50” came in second winning $98,647, and the champion “Wild_Smurf” won the fantastic $140,572.
The Bounty Builder featured 403 players investing in an over $300,000 guarantee. The event sported famous players, and a legend to win it all. Former champion Martin “M.nosbocaj” Jacobson found his place on the final list, finishing in the 11th place and bagging $9,230.
Other big names included Joao “IneedMassari” Simao finishing ninth with $17,084 and Dinesh “NastyMinder” Alt finishing fifth with $39,487.
Lastly, the finals went down between Ivan “Negriin” Luca and Anton “ekitzer” Makiievskyi. Anton came in second netting a combined score of $72,766, and the “Negriin” won the $72,909 with the astounding bonus of $92,671!
That sums up this amazing week in the poker sports. The final take of this weekend is that a poker player should always expect the unexpected.