Following the success of the inaugural set of four Wynn High Roller tournaments that crowned champions in Martin Zamani, Sean Winter, Ray Qartomy, and Jared Jaffee, Wynn Las Vegas announced another set of High Roller tournaments last week.
The next installment of Wynn High Rollers would take place from December 10-12, and December 17-19, to most-likely close out the year of high roller tournaments in Las Vegas alongside the 2020 WSOP Main Event taking place on WSOP.com.
On Thursday, a total of 27 entrants created a prize pool of $270,000 that paid the top four finishers that saw Brock Wilson defeat Alex Foxen to win the $124,200 first-place prize. Wilson’s lifetime tournament earnings now eclipse $2.188 million as Foxen’s surpasses $16.9 million.
|Wynn High Rollers – Event #1: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em|
|1st||Brock Wilson||United States||$124,200|
|2nd||Alex Foxen||United States||$75,600|
|3rd||Ali Imsirovic||United States||$43,200|
|4th||Aram Zobian||United States||$27,000|
Friday saw an 18-entrant field create a $180,000 prize pool as the top three players finished in-the-money. Christopher Brewer added a third-place finish to his runner-up result in the first Wynn High Roller last week, while Sean Perry added another second-place finish after he finished runner-up to Aram Zobian who picked up his second cash in back-to-back tournaments to move to over $2.29 million in lifetime winnings.
|Wynn High Rollers – Event #2: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em|
|1st||Aram Zobian||United States||$97,200|
|2nd||Sean Perry||United States||$54,000|
|3rd||Christopher Brewer||United States||$28,800|
The final Wynn High Roller tournament of the weekend took place on Saturday with 17 entrants creating a prize pool of $170,000. Brock Wilson added a third-place finish to his Thursday win, but it would be Sam Soverel defeating Chad Eveslage heads-up to collect the $91,800 first-place prize and move to over $13.84 million in lifetime tournament winnings.
|Wynn High Rollers – Event #3: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em|
|1st||Sam Soverel||United States||$91,800|
|2nd||Chad Eveslage||United States||$51,000|
|3rd||Brock Wilson||United States||$27,200|