Congratulations to our newest Card Player Poker Tour champion Sean Winter. After grabbing $84,000 for tonight’s victory in a field of 218 players he has won $106,560 during CPPT Season II, which puts him fourth on the money-won list for the season.
Winter took fourth place at the previous CPPT final table in Florida at Palm Beach Kennel Club in December and won $22,560. He now holds total live earnings of $299,626.
That concludes our live coverage from the CPPT bestbet Jacksonville Main Event. Thanks to the bestbet Jacksonville for hosting another great stop on the tour here in Florida.
Edward Gilfillan (pictured right) raised to 55,000 on the button preflop and Sean Winter called. The flop was dealt 632 and Gilfillan bet 65,000. Winter raised to 155,000 and Gilfillan thought for a minute before reraising to 450,000. Winter then tanked and reraised all in. Gilfillan called all in and they flipped over their cards.
Turn and River: AQ
Gilfillan was eliminated in second place and he took home $49,500. Winter won the CPPT title and top prize worth $84,000. Stay tuned for a recap of the final table.
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Here is a look at the chip counts at the start of heads-up play.
Sean Winter: 3,220,000
Edward Gilfillan: 1,140,000
Brian Washington moved all in preflop on the small blind after Edward Gilfillan limped on the button and Sean Winter called on the big blind. Gifillan folded and the two remaining players revealed their hands.
Washington was eliminated in third place and he took home $33,000 in prize money. Winter grew his stack above 3 million and he will have the chip lead at the start of heads-up play.
The blinds are now 12,000-24,000 with a 4,000 ante for the start of Level 24.
The final three players have taken a short bathroom break before resuming play. Here is a look at the chip counts between the final three.
Sean Winter: 2,201,000
Edward Gilfillan: 1,300,000
Brian Washington: 785,000
Kevin Baker was all in preflop on the button with Q10 in the hole and Sean Winter had him covered holding AA. The board was dealt K8584 and Baker was eliminated in fourth place, good for $22,950. Winter took a commanding chip lead after the hand with 2,201,000.
Edward Gilfillan raised all in preflop on the small blind and Erik Christensen called all in on the big blind for 207,000. The two players then tabled their hands.
Gilfillan won the hand and he increased his chip stack to 1.24 million. Christensen was eliminated in fifth place and took home $17,100 in prize money.
Here is a look at the current chip standings at the final table.
Edward Gilfillan: 1,200,000
Sean Winter: 1,020,000
Brian Washington: 980,000
Kevin Baker: 740,000
Erik Christensen: 342,000
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