The 888Live Festival London with £800,000 in ensures wraps up Monday at Aspers Casino with the last day of the £1,100 purchase in £400,000 Guaranteed Main Event. One energizing piece of the celebration has been the presentation of the Action Clock in both the Main Event and in the £2,200 purchase in £50,000 Guaranteed High Roller. You can see it in real life at the Main Event last table which is being livestreamed here.
Best Highlight of 888Live London Festival 2017
The arrangement commenced on Oct. 5 with the £220 purchase in £120,000 ensured Opening Event which drew 771 sections, including 250 rebuys, for a prize pool of £142,758. After an arrangement three-gave, Christopher Kyriacou won the trophy and £20,000.
A year ago’s 888Live London Main Event champion Ka Him Li asserted second place for £17,900 while Terry Simpson took £17,675 for third. Furthermore, all last tablists got a ticket to the Main Event worth £1,100.
The third occasion of the arrangement was the £80 purchase in £8,888 ensure Turbo Deepstack which pulled in 108 aggregate passages, three sections shy of the assurance, which means a little overlay for the players. The last three made an arrangement for an even slash of the money and to play for the trophy. Ali Sakallioglu won the trophy while he, Jan Ronningen and Yilfer Shevket all brought home £1,800.
The High Roller occasion began on Oct. 11 and with 69 sections and a prize pool of £136,626, the £50,000 ensure was crushed. This occasion pulled in a portion of the greatest names in the amusement including WSOP Main Event Champ Martin Jacobson, Team 888Poker Ambassador Chris Moorman, Niall Farrell, Ludovic Geilich, Tom Hall, Jack Salter and another 888 Ambassador Dominik Nitsche, who showed up on Day 2.
The last day was a marathon, beginning at 5 p.m. furthermore, completing up at 6 a.m. with Jamie Lunt guaranteeing the title, the trophy and £34,985 after a heads-up manage Jonathan Bowers. Groves took £36,115 for second place.
Another feature of the 888Live celebration was the £55 purchase in Woman’s Event, which was putting forth a WSOPE Rozvadov Main Event bundle worth $13,000 for the victor. A sum of 51 women played and with the reward bundle up for snatches, there were 75 re-passages. Vivian Saliba brought it down and conversed with PokerNews’ Sarah Herring about her win. You can watch beneath.
While Saliba was wiling to re-purchase the same number of times as expected to endeavor to get her hands on the Main Event bundle, she could win the competition on one slug in the wake of being down to around three major blinds at the 150/300 level, making her triumph all the more noteworthy. We can hope to see a greater amount of Saliba at WSOPE Rozvadov.
The Main Event drew 427 passages, bringing the prize pool to £427,730 with £88,888 saved for the champ. A sum of 45 players would be in the cash with a base payout worth £2,365. Among the huge names to take an interest in the occasion yet miss the mark regarding the cash were 2017 WSOP Main Event fourth Place finisher John Hesp, Niall Farrell, Ludovic Geilich, Alex Goulder, Tiffany Michelle and Steve Watts.
Monday denotes the last day of the Main Event as 17 players came back to play down to a victor. Parker “tonkaaaa” Talbot was among them, yet he missed the mark concerning the last table, settling for £5,280 for fifteenth place. Tom Hall, who came into the day as the chip pioneer, held a monstrous chip prompt start the last table, which is being played at this point.