Dusk Till Dawn Grand Prix IV results in eight-handed chop

Dusk Till Dawn Grand Prix IV results in eight-handed chop

Monday, 22 August 2011

Though they might have fallen short of the ambitious €250,000 guarantee by 990 players, no one can accuse the Dusk Till Dawn Grand Prix IV of being a flop.

In total, 4,010 players competed and re-entered in the event with ten online and ten live Day 1 flights to create a prize pool of more than €200,000, which was not bad for a €60 buy-in.

In the end, 399 players made the money and the official Day 2 at the Dusk Till Dawn club on Saturday. The planned first prize was €46,369 but an eight-way deal at the final table ensured everyone walked away with five figures for their €60 investment.

The prize payouts and approximate final table chip counts were as follows:

1. Nicholas Humphries (1.1m) €30,000

2. Tommy Bingham (1.9m) €27,900

3. Romans Mihailovs (560k) €11,500

4. Marios Arkadiou (470k) €11,500

5. Mohammed Ashfaq (397k) €11,500

6. Ian Turner (450k) €10,700

7. Mark Wates (285k) €10,700

8. Michael Haney (161k) €10,700

Haney and Turner were the real winners, though, as both had won the Golden Chip promotion by qualifying via a special satellite and making the final table. They will also receive either an extra £15,000 or a brand new Mini automobile.

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Tags: Dusk Till Dawn, Grand Prix IV