Day 2 Completed
|Blinds||150,000 / 300,000|
Day 2 Completed
When play resumed today in the latest $2,100 Sunday Warm-Up Event on Pokerstars, it looked to be Steve "Mr. Tim Caum" O'Dwyer's title to lose, as he came into the day with a comfortable chip lead over the field. On the opposite side, Brazilian pro Joao Simao came into the day as one of the shorter stacks, and was likely hoping to just make the final table. Simao was able to double up early, and he never looked back, defeating O''Dwyer heads up to take home over $150,000. Below you will see how the final table played out.
SCOOP Event 120-H Final Table Results
|1||Joao "IneedMassari" Simao||Brazil||$150,547|
|2||Steve "Mr. Tim Caum" O'Dwyer||Ireland||$112,819|
|3||Job "DeadNylan" Greben||Netherlands||$84,546|
|5||Matt "OLD TIME GIN" Stone||Canada||$47,381|
|8||Andres "wisopekeño!" Gonzalez||Spain||$19,983|
Simao actually started the table as the short stack, but he would double up on one of the first hands of the final table, when he won a big coin flip against "m.a-0000." He would go on to double up again later with pocket queens against O'Dwyer, but without question, the biggest hand for Simao came when he cracked the pocket aces of Matt "OLD TIME GIN" Stone.
Simao and O'Dwyer were virtually even heads up, but Simao pulled away quickly, before eventually finishing O'Dwyer off in a hand where the Irishman flopped two pair, but his Brazilian foe made a full house on the river.
Congratulations to Joao Simao on his impressive victory, and thank you to everyone who tuned into the live coverage here at Pokernews!
Joao "INeedMassari" Simao raised to 600,000, and Steve "Mr. Tim Caum" O'Dwyer called in the big blind. It looked like the hand would be fairly tame, as both players checked the flop, and turn. However, after the hit the river, the fireworks were lit.
O'Dwyer went for an overbet of 1,911,000, but Simao wasn't backing down, as he moved all in. O'Dwyer thought for quite some time before calling with , but it was no good, as Simao had rivered a full house with .
O'Dwyer, who led most of the day, will have to settle for second place, while the title, and over $150,000, will be going to Joao Simao! Stay tuned for a full recap to be posted shortly.
Steve "Mr. Tim Caum" O'Dwyer limped in from the button, and Joao "INeedMassari" Simao upped the price to 1,111,111. O'Dwyer called, and the flop came down . Simao checked to O'Dwyer, who bet 1,378,888. Simao would move all in, and O'Dwyer called to put his tournament life at risk.
Steve "Mr. Tim Caum" O'Dwyer:
Joao "INeedMassari" Simao:
O'Dwyer was in the lead. but Simao could still catch a king or jack to win, and the on the turn meant another three would also work for him. However, the completed the board, and O'Dwyer scored the double up, though he is still well behind Simao.
Joao "INeedMassari" Simao raised to 625,000, and Steve "Mr. Tim Caum" O'Dwyer called to see the flop of . Both players checked, and the hit the turn. O'Dwyer fired 1,445,000, just over a pot sized bet, and Simao called to see the complete the board.
O'Dwyer kept his foot on the gas with a bet of 2,942,500, but Simao wasn't going anywhere, calling with . O'Dwyer had just queen high, and the Brazilian now hold a 3:1 chip advantage.
Joao "INeedMassari" Simao raised to 250,000, and Steve "Mr. Tim Caum" O'Dwyer three bet it to 2,200,000. Simao called, and both players would check the all heart flop of . O'Dwyer checked again on the turn, and Simao fired 3,446,900. O'Dwyer called, making it the biggest pot of heads up play so far, and the completed the board.
A third check from O'Dwyer saw Simao bet about half his stack, 6,496,808, and O'Dwyer wasn't able to find a call. With that pot, Simao has opened up a bit of a lead on O'Dwyer.
Joao "INeedMassari" Simao limped in from the small blind, and Job "DeadNylan" Greben moved all in for 4,872,017. Simao sprung the trap, as he quickly called with , and he was well out in from of the of Greben.
The board came down , and just like, they are now heads up in this Warm-Up Event. Stay tuned to find out who takes home the title!
"mikki696" moved all in on the button for over 1.8 million, and Joao "INeedMassari" Simao called in the big blind with . "mikki696" was slightly ahead with , and he would maintain that lead on the flop, and turn. However, the came on the river, giving Simao the win, and the knockout.