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  • Absolute Poker $100K Guaranteed Tournament Results

    Monday, September 21st, 2009 by t2admin

Absolute Poker had a good showing of competitors for their weekly $100,000 guaranteed poker tournament this past Sunday. The tournament takes place every Sunday and this week so many players competed that the prize pool was increased by $23,000.

It is a bit surprising that the tournament had such a good showing since other major tournaments were taking place, including the World Championship of Online Poker over at PokerStars. But the players at Absolute Poker were ready to compete and 246 players entered the tournament.

Twenty seven spots were paid in the tournament, which has a buy-in of $500 plus $30. The top spot offered a pay day of $31,980 so of course everyone was trying to be the last player standing. Nine players would make the final table, each of them earning at least a four figure pay day.

When it got down to three way play, online players VIEVE45, STUMAN123 and BROBERTS06 were left to compete for the first place prize. the competition would be tough and VIEVE45 would exit in third place, which left STUMAN123 and BROBERTS06 in heads up play.

BROBERTS06 would gain the lead eventually and both would find themselves all in on the final hand. The cards were in BROBERTS06 favor and STUMAN123 would be eliminated in second place leaving BROBERTS06 with the top prize.

Players can participate in the $100,000 guaranteed tournament at Absolute Poker every week by paying the buy-in directly or participating in qualifiers that take place throughout the week. The option to participate in low buy-in qualifiers gives every type of player the opportunity to compete in the weekly tournament.

Final Results:
BROBERTS06 – $31,980
STUMAN123 – $19,065
VIEVE45 – $13,530
MAXIMILIAN 71 – $9,840
AKAPERION – $8,057
CKFROMMI – $5,535
RJKHOOSIER2 – $3,075




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