Chris Johnson Warms Up For GUKPT Reading With a Mini Main Event Win – Agora Poker

Chris Johnson Warms Up For GUKPT Reading With a Mini Main Event Win

Chris Johnson Warms Up For GUKPT Reading With a Mini Main Event Win

Chris Johnson A field of 427 players bought into the 2022 GUKPT Reading Mini Main Event for £250 and created a £93,940 prize pool. Popular grinder Chris Johnson outlasted them all on his way to reeling in the £23,140 top prize and another winner’s trophy. Johnson now turns his attention to the £1,000 buy-in GUKPT Reading Main Event. GUKPT Reading Mini Main Event Final Table Results

1 Chris Johnson £23,140 2 Deniz Ozdemir £16,120 3 Kyle Cook £9,760 4 Barry Cobb £6,260 5 James Williams £4,050 6 Daryl Lowrie £2,950 7 Mark Gardner £2,110 8 Calogero Morreale £1,800 9 Frank Bastow £1,520 The 2022 GUKPT Reading Mini Main Event paid out 44 places, with a min-cash tipping the scales at £510. However, the least any of the nine finalists could win was £1,520. London’s Frank Bastow collected that sum when he bowed out in ninth. Bastow only recently returned from a trip to the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) , where he cashed in three events while racking up another two in-the-money finishes in tournaments at the Venetian and The Orleans.

Calogero Morreale pushed their live poker lifetime winnings passed $100,000 after collecting the £1,800 eighth-place prize in this tournament. Morreale reached the final table of the GUKPT Coventry Main Event in March 2022 and will be looking for a similar performance in the Reading edition. Gardner Returns With a Final Table

Seventh place and £2,110 went to Mark Gardner , a player who went deep in the 2017 edition of the GUKPT Reading Main Event; he finished 15th for £1,480. This latest cash was Gardner’s first since March 2020. Welcome back to the world of live poker action!

Daryl Lowrie scooped a career-best £2,950 when his GUKPT Reading Mini Main Event run ended in sixth place, while seasoned pro James Williams got his hands on the £4,050 fifth-place prize. Williams has a brace of GUKPT Main Event runner-up finishes. The first came in the 2009 GUKPT Blackpool Main Event , a result that banked Wiliams £52,400. More recently, in September 2021, Williams finished second to Jack Hardcastle […]

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