Mike Watson defeated Tony Gregg To Win 2016 PCA main event for total of $728,325

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Mike Watson has done it, winning the 2016 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $5,300 Main Event after he bested a field of 928 sections, including a great degree extreme heads-up match against three-time last tablist Tony Gregg.

After he and Gregg worked out an arrangement, Watson took home $695,325. Gregg bolted up $612,175, and the two left $33,000 to play for. Watson won that extra prize to take home a sum of $728,325.


Final Table Payouts

PlacePlayerCountryCash Prize
1Mike WatsonCanada$728,325
2Tony GreggUSA$612,175
3Phillip McAllisterUK$356,020
4Toby LewisUK$267,340
5Vladimir TroyanovskiyRussia$207,940
6Randy KritzerUSA$153,920
7Ken DemlakianAustralia$110,220
8Timothy UlmerUSA$78,540

For Gregg, his completion was ambivalent. Yes, he took home $612,175, yet at the end of the day he completed as the bridesmaid.It was his third trek to the PCA Main Event last table, and, despite the fact that he didn’t win, demonstrates exactly how fruitful he is in this competition.

Likewise at the last table on Thursday were Randy Kritzer, Vladimir Troyanovskiy, Toby Lewis, and Phillip McAllister.

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