Due to factors such as the Black Belt Poker Live, the Fox Main Event, and (of course) Mother’s Day, the Dusk Till Dawn Deepstack tournament was spread out over slightly more days than anyone had anticipated, and was more than a little thin on player participation. 253 players generated an overall prize pool of £75,900, which fell short of the £80,000 guarantee by £4,100.
However the news was only to get worse. The following day was the £15,000 guaranteed six max event, and he guaranteed £15,000 prize pool was substantially missed by an overlay of £6,300. This was caused by a turnout of just 87 layers, to pool winnings together of only £8,700.
Despite lack of players, Adam Daniel must have been feeling like his luck was in when he came first, taking a total of £21,000 home to grace his bankroll. However, there was reportedly a deal done between the top four players of how to split the final winnings.
Dusk Till Dawn is now preparing for the £250,000 Guaranteed Monte Carlo Main Event. This game has a £1000 + £90 buy-in and uses the same structure as the EPT Grand final. Let’s home the London Casino sees a bigger player turn out for this one.
The winnings of the Dusk Till Dawn Deepstack were divided among the top four players thus:
Adam Daniel – £21,000
Glen Storey – £11,850
David Boswell – £10,500
Daniel Leeson – £10,500