SHRPO series ended with a $25K High Roller tournament with 115 players and a prize pool of $2.8 million. Shaun Deeb won first place with $778,300 for his efforts. Last year, in the same event, he took second place and received $534,989.
After Deeb busted Miles in another race, sevens against ace-king, he had about half of the chips four-handed. Deeb continued to increase his stack and at 3-max he had a huge advantage over his opponents. However, this victory was not easy, at first Busquet doubled, collecting a flush on the river. Albert Daher then collected the flash on hand against Deeb, which allowed him to beat slightly. However, Shaun woke up quickly, first knocking out Busquet and then outplayed Albert Daher in a heads-up in half an hour.