Steve O’Dwyer won 2014 Asia Championship of Poker Super High Roller
Steve O’Dwyer is the winner in 2014 Asia Championship of Poker HK $ 500,000 Super High Roller, which is organized in Macao. Although Macau was known for its strong cash game play, more and more players come to play tournaments, which offer big prize money. In the first place, the American won HK $ 14,050,000 which has been converted into US currency $ 1,811,828, while the other finalists Ryan Fee earned $ 1,283,109.
The victory of gaining weight and when you look at the final table, where in addition to the two mentioned were and Davidi Kitai, Daniel Colman, Joseph Cheong and Pratyush Buddiga, who last year entered the final table in Macau. At the tournament 52 players signed up to the first day to buy more 50 times, where was established a prize pool of $ 6,260,000. We should note that to Daniel Colman this is his eighth final table in 2014 and as he earned valuable points that made him even more distanced from his following opponents for the player of the year.
Steve O’Dwyer in the final hand took the fight with Q-8, and so reached the highest awards in his career. Prior to the tournament title he held the EPT Grand Final, Monte Carlo ME, where he triumphed in the competition from 531 players, and thereby earned $ 1,604,972. With this title and award American transferred $ 7,000,000 in live tournament earnings, which “fell” into the top 100 players at all times earnings.
Let’s look at all the people involved final table and their prizes:
1.Steve O’Dwyer – $1.811.828
2.Ryan Fee – $1.283.109
3.Pratyush Buddiga – $844.660
4.Connor Drinan – $657.674
5.Joseph Cheong – $528.718
6.Kitson Kho – $438.449
7.Daniel Colman – $373.972
8.Davidi Kitai – $312.124