Colin Gillon Winner Of Poker Masters

Colin Gillon from Scotland bagged the highest ever poker tournament money of his career when he reached to the top. He was the last player in the 2018 PartyPoker LIVE Irish Poker Masters Main Event of this season. The field had a total of 857 entrants and each one paid €1,150 after leaving €121, 75 overlay towards the guaranteed prize pool of € 1 million. Many renowned and skilled players tried to get their way into the cash places. Some of them include David Docherty, Bob Tait, Paul McTaggart, John O’Shea, and Wilhelmine Connolly. The 9 players who reached to the final table were eligible for a 5 figure score. As far as Marc Sloan is concerned, he achieved 9th place and earned €10,000. It was his highest cash he had earned in his career and Czech Soucek bagged 8th place with €13,000 cash.

Michael Cooney was the next one followed by George Stoddart and Dermot Blain, who earned €36,000. It was his highest live poker event cash after his €5,300 EPT Grand Final 8 Handed tournament for €200,900 in 2014. Shaun Hegarty and Michael Plichta were the other casualties and Hegarty’s exit sent the tournament to the heads-up stage.  John McGill has performed brilliantly in the past and his ultimate results so far were €675 haul as he finished 5th in 2009 Mini WSOP in Dublin. He lost the battle with the highly skilled Gillon and accumulated a huge €115,000 score. The man of the hour was none other than Gillon as he netted himself a sum of €175,000. It was almost twice the overall earnings in his live poker career. This was indeed the best achievement for Gillon as he made it to the top and showed his best poker performance ever.
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