¡WPT Japón corona a un nuevo ganador!

Fotos y resumen cortesía de Japan Poker Union ¡WPT ha coronado a otro campeón! Después de tres días de juego, Charlie (@ryuta_charlie) de Japón se llevó a casa el trofeo WPT Japón, el título y un pasaporte WPT valorado en 13,000 dólares. Sin embargo, el camino hacia el título de campeón no fue fácil para Charlie. Jugó el Día 1A en el Hotel Gajoen y avanzó a…

Matt Clark
17 de Agosto, 2020

Fotos y resumen cortesía de Japan Poker Union

WPT has crowned another champion! After three days’ play, Charlie (@ryuta_charlie) from Japan took home the WPT Japan trophy, the title, and WPT Passport worth $13,000.

WPT Japan Winner

A journey to champion, however, was not a smooth one for Charlie. He played Day1A at Hotel Gajoen and advanced to Day 2 with 26,000 chips when the average stack was 87,000. Despite the rough start, Charlie ran his stack up and became the first player who eclipsed the 1 million chips stack mark on Day 2.

Nearing bubble on Day 3, Charlie’s AJo lost to 99 and became short stack. However, Charlie managed to come into the final table of nine with 2,570,000 chips which was a little above average. Charlie became the chip leader after knocking out KM (4th place), and Hi-Sama (3rd place) and sailed in heads-up with 16 million in chips and Hayatok who had 6.3 million.

WPT Japan Hand

In the last hand, short stack Hayatok went all-in after flopping with KK, Charlie pushed as well after short thinking with J9o and hit a gutshot straight draw with 8 on the turn. Congratulations to Charlie!

Hayatok

(Hayatok – 2nd sitio)

Hi-Sama

(Hi-Sama – 3rd sitio)

Honami

HONAMI finished the Main event at 5th place and is the last female player standing!

The final day of WPT Japan was hosted at Sammy Inc. headquarter. Live stream with Japanese commentary is available. Catch up the action at https://www.twitch.tv/japanpokerunion

In addition to the action-packed main event, a freeroll side event was organized. Hiro outlasted 294 players and lifted the trophy!

Freeroll Japan