Danny Pyke has taken down the HighStakes ™ Highroller event at the Irish Poker Open for €65,840.
The original online gaming brand, as its name would suggest sponsored the 2022 Irish Open and hosted their own €2,000 Event which garnered 157 entrances with a meaty €283,188.75 prize pool.
The Englishman adds the tidy sum to his previous live tournament record of $172,510 and came frustratingly close to besting his career-best cash of £67,500 from the Grosvenor UK Poker Tour in London last July. Congrats to Danny Pyke, winner of the €2k @highstakes High Roller for €65,840! Just in time for the player party as well. ��� pic.twitter.com/2LSZJUOqCB — Irish Open (@Irish_PokerOpen) April 17, 2022 We’re in the money in the @highstakes €2k High Roller – 23 players left including @DominikNitsche , @jamnix90 , Kevin O’Donnell and @Fraz_mac . Min cash = €3,285, and there’s €65,840 up top. ���� pic.twitter.com/9Urr2adzcm — Irish Open (@Irish_PokerOpen) April 17, 2022 Pyke sealed the deal just in time for the player’s party with a free bar and live band to boot. Irish Poker Open 2023
HighStakes is also doing its bit for next year too . Another three players have just qualified for the 2023 edition of the Main Event and will be heading to Dublin to fight against some of Europe’s top talent. Congratulations to our 3 winners who will be heading to the 2023 @Irish_PokerOpen . pic.twitter.com/EYVEFf1V1o — HighStakes (@highstakes) April 18, 2022
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