The latest round of Super Million$ action was a competitive affair, but it ended in a great moment for Conor Beresford. The British star ended up celebrating his biggest ever career victory at the conclusion of the event, which saw him win a total prize of $728,028. It was a stacked event full of some of the best players on the circuit, with a $10,300 buy-in for the contest.
This event was part of the $100 million WSOP Spring Online Circuit, and ensured that a considerably higher prize pool was on offer for the players involved, as the prize pot stood at just under $3.9 million.
Famous Win For Beresford
The event will be remembered, as it was the highest ever cash out for British star Conor Beresford. The star won a huge prize pot of $728,028 and was the second time that he had won over half a million from a single event. Most importantly, it also ensured that he was able to get his hands on one of the coveted WSOPC gold rings, which are awarded to the winners of the event.
The first time that Beresford won over half a million from a single event came in January of last year, as he won $611,134 when finishing second in the Phased: 2020 Series Championship. However, he will be able to look back on this success with fondness, as it was the long-awaited big win that he would have no doubt been dreaming off since that narrow defeat over two years ago.
Strong Final Table In Super Million$
It was a very competitive competition of action in the Super Million$, with this event being the 36th episode of the second season. As mentioned, Beresford reigned supreme and won the event for a career-high amount, but there were some big winners in terms of returns below him on the final table. The size of the event could easily be seen, as Costa Recorn, who finished in ninth place in the overall standings, won a huge total of $91,003 despite being the first player eliminated on the final table.
The player that pushed Beresford the closest in the final stages was Brazilian player Pablo Brito Silva. He eventually needed to settle for second place in the poker event, but would have still been delighted with some huge returns as he won $561,383. Nettley from Austria was third in the overall standings, as he won returns of $423,888. In total there were eight players of the nine on the final table that won returns of greater than $100,000.
Yuri Dzivielevski was in fourth overall, as he won total returns of $333,802. TTP Poker was the next player on the leaderboard in fifth, while Tyler Cornell and Christopher Frank were in the two direct positions below him. Tomi Brouk finished the event in eighth in the final standings, as the Finnish player won returns of $118,016.