Julien Martini Secures “019 Poker Masters $10,000 Big Bet Mix Title


Julien Martini

France’s Julien Martini now has more than $4.5 million in live poker tournament winnings after winning the $10,000 Big Bet Mix event at the 2019 Poker Masters. The Frenchman outlasted 51 opponents on his way to banking the $166,400 first place prize.

2019 Poker Masters Event #5: $10,000 Big Bet Mix Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Julien MartiniFrance$166,400
2Kahle BurnsAustralia$109,200
3Jorryt van HoofNetherlands$72,800
4Sam SoverelUnited States$52,000
5Stephen ChidwickUnited Kingdom$41,600
6Pedro BromfmanUnited States$31,200
7Yuri Martins DzivielevskiBrazil$26,000
8Erik Seidelunited States$20,800

The final day’s action started with only six players in the mix, each guaranteed $31,200 for their efforts. Day 1 saw Erik Seidel and Yuri Martins Dzivielevski bust in eighth and seventh-place, the latter’s elimination bringing the curtain down on proceedings.

Stephen Chidwick started the final table with 65 per cent of the chips in play, but was rocked by a couple of players doubling through him.

Pedro Bromfman busted in sixth place during a No Limit 2-7 Single Draw round, drawing with a 10-7 and losing out to Kahle Burns’ 8-6. Fifth place went to Chidwick who endured a torrid time at the felt. His demise was completed during No Limit Hold’em, Chidwick’s jack-nine suited losing to the ace-queen of Sam Soverel.

This gifted Soverel the chip lead but he was still the next player to bust. Soverel lost out to Burns during a round of No Limit 2-7 Single Draw.

This left three players in the hunt for the title and they became two when Netherlands’ Jorryt van Hoof fell by the wayside in a three way all-in during 2-7. Martini, who was down to one big blind a one stage, made an 8-7 to bust van Hoof and double through Burns.

The final hand took place in No Limit Hold’em. Martini raised with ace-eight and Burns called with king-three. The ten-four-five flop saw Burns check-call a continuation bet from Martini. The jack of spades landed on the turn and both players checked. The river put three spades out there and Burns moved all-in for 3,000,000 into a 1,500,000 pot. Martini called with ace-high, his hand was good and the double WSOP bracelet winner Burns busted in second-place.

2019 Poker Masters Championship Standings

PlacePlayerPointsWinningsCashes
1Chance Kornuth420$288,9002
2Isaac Baron300$223,1001
3Ryan Laplante300$186,0001
4Julien Martini300$164,4001
5Jared Bleznick300$153,0001
6Jonathan Depa300$133,2001
7Sam Soverel270$151,8003
8Jorryt van Hoof270$109,8002
9Alex Foxen270$108,2002
10Thai Ha210$124,8002

Chance Kornuth still leads the race for the purple jacket and holds a commanding lead in the $25,000 No Limit Hold’em event that is down to its final six players. Victory would give Kornuth a massive advantage in the championship standings, can he get the job done? Tune into PokerNews on November 11th to find out.

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