The partypoker Careabean Millions World tournament with a buy-in of $ 25,500 which held in the Bahamas was ended. The winner of the tournament was determined after 13 hours of play in the final day. They became an American player Roger Teska, who defeated Steve O’Dwyer in heads-up. For his victory he received $ 2,000,000, the prize was his biggest cash prize in live tournaments.
“I definitely wasn’t expecting to win coming into this [tournament],” Teska said in his winner’s interview. “These guys know when to shove, what hands to shove with, and I don’t. Steve is a better player than I am so I wanted to play bigger pots.”
The heads-up started with a 3 to 1 advantage over chips in favor of Steve O’Dwyer. Teska picked up pocket queens against O’Dwyer’s pocket kings and hit a queen on the flop to score a double up. The chipleader changed several times during the heads-up. The decisive distribution was in which Roger revealed Steve’s bluff and thereby won a huge pot.
|1||Roger Teska||United States||$2,000,000|
|3||Charles La Boissoniere||Canada||$1,000,000|
|6||Ben Tollerene||United States||$450,000|
|8||Niall Farrell||United Kingdom||$300,000|
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