Schindler And Ivey Win In Cyprus

We like discovering giant winners in each context. Irrespective of whether or not anyone wins giant in a $250K match or a emerging famous person takes down a $250 match, we file it. With this in thoughts, this week’s evaluate specializes in Jake Schindler and Phil Ivey doing what they do easiest in excessive rollers. Additionally making it into the highlight and banking vital sums of cash by way of making an investment lower than $1,000 are Ben Palmer and Josef Gulas. To look what they did and the way they did it, scroll down for CardsChat’s Large Winners of the Week finishing April 17.

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Jake Schindler

Tremendous Top Curler Bowl Europe Major Match
Benefit Royal Resort & On line casino


American pro Schindler capped off a a success commute to Kyrenia, Cyprus by way of profitable the $250K Tremendous Top Curler Bowl Europe primary match. The Pennsylvanian gained greater than $300,000 on American soil ahead of he flew to Cyprus. He parlayed that run right into a third-place end value $903,000 in Tremendous Top Curler Bowl’s $100K match. With greater than $1 million banked within the house of 2 months, Schindler rode his wave of momentum previous 31 gamers in the principle match on Friday. The win was once his twenty ninth are living match identify, taking his lifetime income to greater than $30 million.


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Phil Ivey

Tremendous Top Curler Bowl Europe Major Match
Benefit Royal Resort & On line casino

$640,000 (+ Participant of the Collection identify)

Ivey is ceaselessly known as the GOAT of poker, even if he’s now not within the public eye. That’s normally as a result of his go back to the highlight is adopted by way of a high-profile win or, because it was once in Kyrenia, Cyprus, two wins. Simply days after winning the Short Deck event, Ivey crowned a box of 32 entrants in Tremendous Top Curler Bowl’s $50K PLO match. The win earned Ivey every other six-figure payday. Extra importantly, it gave him sufficient issues to protected the Participant of the Collection identify.

Alex Kulev

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Alex Kulev

WSOP Spring On-line Circuit
Thriller Bounty Top Curler



Kulev would possibly now not have made it to the overall desk of this 12 months’s Irish Poker Open, however he made up for it by way of profitable a WSOPC on-line match. The Bulgarian had a wholesome chip stack on Day 2 of the Irish Open, so he made up our minds to place a few of his power right into a $2,100 bounty match on GGPoker. Enjoying are living and on-line on the similar time obviously wasn’t a subject matter for Kulev as he made Day 3 of the Irish Open. Extra impressively, he crowned a box of one,565 entrants on Saturday to assert a WSOPC On-line identify. Of the $236,413 (plus $49,000 in bounties) Kulev gained, $3,000 goes to the Ukrainian Crimson Pass.

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Josef Gulas

WSOPC Europe Monster Stack
Kings Hotel


Gulas’ match file presentations he doesn’t stray too a ways from his local Czech Republic. That penchant for enjoying on house soil paid dividends on Monday. The native professional crowned a box of 910 entrants in Rozadov to win the €550 ($595) WSOPC Monsterstack match. His prize bundle features a seat within the 2022 WSOPE Major Match, this means that he has a unfastened shot at taking the identify his son Josef Gulas Jr. won in 2021.

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Danny Pyke

Irish Poker Open Top Curler
Citywest Resort


Pyke joined the loads of English poker gamers who crossed the Irish Sea to participate in Eire’s biggest are living match collection remaining week. In between the frivolities related to the Irish Open, Pyke controlled to play his means via 156 combatants in Dublin on Sunday to win the €2,000 ($2,160) excessive curler. The general hand noticed Pyke transfer all-in with pocket kings. Jamie Nixon referred to as with A♦ Q♦, however a king at the flop nearly ended the hand. And not using a lend a hand for Nixon at the flip and river, Pyke gained greater than €65,000 ($70,000), simply in time for the Irish Open’s participant celebration.


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Ben Palmer

Signature Collection $250K GTD match
The Wynn


Palmer is a professional who Las Vegas match regulars know smartly due to wins at the Venetian and different casinos at the Strip. He added to his spectacular native file on April 10 by way of outlasting 696 different gamers within the Wynn’s $600 Signature match. A last flurry of pots in opposition to Jon Gisler earned Palmer simply wanting $60,000 and every other outright win at the Strip.

james and phillip

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James and Phillip

Unhealthy Beat Jackpot
The South Level

$5,000 and $2,500

Two gamers on the South Point Casino shared a nasty beat jackpot value $7,500 on Sunday. Even though we best know their first names, James and Phillip clashed in a hand they’ll by no means disregard with pocket aces and sixes. James had the sixes and made quads whilst Phillip scooped the pot with quad aces. As a result of James suffered the dangerous beat, he banked $5,000. The person chargeable for the dangerous beat, Phillip, gained $2,500, and the remainder of the desk shared $500.

Daniel Smyth compiled this record. Know a large winner we neglected?

Schindler and Ivey Win in Cyprus

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