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Queens Hold Up for Dvoress | 2018 Caribbean Poker Party


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Mason Eliminates Veiga, Doubles Through Hartmann | 2018 Caribbean Poker Party


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Filipe Oliveira Wins 2018 Caribbean Poker Party $10,000,000 Guaranteed Main Event


Portugal’s Filipe Oliveira has won the 2018 Caribbean Poker Party $10,000,000 guaranteed $5,300 buy-in no-limit hold’em main event. The tournament drew a total of 1,815 entrants, which meant that the event ended up with an overlay of more than $900,000. Oliveira earned a massive $1,500,000 payday as the champion of this event, dwarfing his previous career live tournament earnings of just over $100,000.

In addition to the money and the title, Oliveira also earned 2,160 Card Player Player of the Year points for the win. This was his first POY-qualified score of the year, but it alone was enough to see him climb into 91st place in the 2018 POY race standings.

Oliveira entered the final day of this event in fifth chip position with 11 players remaining, including the likes of Anton Wigg…

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Roberto Romanello Captures $10,300 High Roller Title for $450,000 | 2018 Caribbean Poker Party


Another high roller is in the books as the 2018 Caribbean Poker Party is coming to a close. The $10,000 High Roller has just wrapped up and partypoker pro Roberto Romanello has claimed the victory along with the first-place prize of $450,000.

Romanello defeated Mustapha Kanit in a heads-up battle after the two players worked out an ICM deal earlier on. While there was still some money to play for along with the trophy, Romanello and Kanit exchanged some friendly banter and many laughs. But the heads-up match all belonged to Romanello who held the chip lead throughout in a dominating performance.

The poker pro from Wales has accumulated nearly $3.5 million in his career but he was really looking forward to getting his hands on the partypoker trophy. This will go down as one of his largest…

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Caribbean Poker Party Main Event Falls Nearly $1 Million Short of its Guarantee


The Caribbean Poker Party (CPP) from partypoker has almost come to an end and so far the series has turned out to be a great value for players as the operator had to bear two massive overlays amounting to nearly $1 million.

This year’s CPP is being held in the Bahamas, for the first time moving away from Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic which had previously hosted the series since it made its debut in 2016.

The ten-day festival got underway at the Baha Mar Resort on November 9, offering $22 million in guaranteed cash prizes including two massive $10 million guaranteed tournaments. One tournament that featured a $10 million guaranteed prize pool was the Caribbean Poker Party $5300 Main Event. Last year, the Main Event drew 1061 entries to build a prize pool of…

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Bonomo Eliminates Tsoukernik for Good | 2018 Caribbean Poker Party


Leon Tsoukernik had a rough go at things today on the felt, firing up a total of seven bullets before the late registration period ended. Although he didn’t have a huge stack in front of him, Tsoukernik found himself in the middle of a healthy-sized pot. Justin Bonomo opened to 130,000 in early position and was called by Simon Higgins in middle position, Manig Loeser in the cutoff, and Tsoukernik on the button.

The flop came {10-Diamonds}{4-Diamonds} and the action checked to Tsoukernik who bet 275,000. Bonomo and Higgins called while Loeser got out of the way. The turn was the {8-Clubs} and again, the action checked to Tsoukernik. This time, he shoved all in for 1,140,000 and Bonomo made the call after asking for a count.

Tsoukernik turned over {q-Spades}{j-Clubs} which was the best hand for now against the {a-Diamonds}{q-Diamonds} of Bonomo. The {9-Diamonds} rolled off on the…

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