Diego Cuellar wins partypoker Powerfest Main Event After Four-Way Deal
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Peru's Diego Cuellar was crowned 2021 partypoker Powerfest Main Event champion last night after a four-way deal that saw him walk away with $173,866.
## Diego Cuellar from Peru ## is the 2021 #POWERFEST Main Event champion courtesy of having the most chips when the… https://t.co/UXdoBEE0YW— partypoker (@partypoker)
2021 partypoker Powerfest Main Event Final Table Payouts
|2||Jamie O'Connor||United Kingdom||$168,660*|
|9||Willem De Troyer||Belgium||$20,684|
*denotes four-handed deal
Final Table Recap
Willem De Troyer was the second-shortest stack at the start of the nine-handed final table, and he three-bet all in with on the very first hand only to bust to the of Karolis Sereika. He took home $20,684.
Over the next 90 minutes there were no further eliminations. Erik Tamm doubled through Chanracy Khun, before Jorma Nuutinen doubled through Tamm. However, Nuutinen would bust next in eighth place. Just like De Troyer, he lost a flip, with his failing to win against the of Diego Ventura, with Nuutinen walking away with $26,440.
Key Hand Khun Picks Up Aces
In one of the biggest hands of the final table, Khun doubled up to briefly take the chip leader away from Cuellar after slow-playing his aces.
Khun raised to 1,260,000 with and Cuellar three-bet to 3,480,000 with . The floop came with Khun check-calling 2,400,000. The turn was the giving both players a flush draw.
Khun checked again and Cuellar bet the pot for 13 million. Khun had around 11 million behind and called all in for his tournament life. The river secured the Canadian the double up and he moved into the tournament lead.
Miguel Lopes bust in seventh place after running into the of Jamie O'Connor before Tamm eventually bust, his crushed by the of Sereika.
Players Agree to a Deal
Following the elimination of Ventura in fifth place, the remaining four played for around five more minutes before agreeing to look at the numbers. With such level stacks, the payouts were evened out and as chip leader Cuellar walked away as the Powerfest champion.
|Rank||Player||Country||Chip Count||Deal Amount|
|2||Jamie O'Connor||United Kingdom||45,831,621||$168,660|
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Will Shillibier is based in the United Kingdom. He graduated from the University of Kent in 2017 with a B.A. in German, and then studied for a NCTJ Diploma in Sports Journalism at Sportsbeat in Manchester. He previously worked as a freelance live reporter, and video presenter for the World Poker Tour.