MSPT $1,600 Venetian
A$25,000 Challenge
Days:
12

Deal Made to End Tournament

mnuwwarah • Level 22: 20,000-40,000, 40,000 ante

Shortly after the double by George Wolff, the players looked at the numbers and agreed to a deal that sees Farid Jattin named champion, taking about A$90,000 less than the original first-place prize. He'll bank A$983,646 while Wolff gets A$821,273.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout (AUD)Payout (USD)
1Farid JattinColombiaA$983,646*$678,900*
2George WolffUnited StatesA$821,273*$566,832*
3Steve O'DwyerIrelandA$466,440$322,501
4Sam GreenwoodCanadaA$344,760$238,371
5Masato YokosawaJapanA$243,360$168,262
6Jack SinclairUnited KingdomA$172,380$119,185
7Kenny HallaertBelgiumA$131,820$91,142

*reflects heads-up deal

Chip Counts
Farid Jattin co 8,450,000 2,200,000
George Wolff us Busted

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