Santi Jiang Wins 2021 Super High Roller Bowl Europe $50,000 Brief Deck Poker Occasion For $756,000
Santi Jiang Wins 2021 Super High Roller Bowl Europe $50,000 Short Deck Poker Event For $756,000
Santi Jiang has had really the run so far at the 2021 Super Higher Roller Bowl Europe. He has made the final table in 3 of the initial five events, accumulating $951,750 in earnings along the way. The largest chunk of that income came from his most recent deep run, which saw him emerge victorious from a field of 42 total entries in the SHRB Europe $50,000 get-in quick deck event with $756,000 as the winner.
All 3 of Jiang’s scores at the SHRB Europe have come in brief deck tournaments. He started out by finishing sixth in the kickoff occasion of the series, a $25,000 acquire-in brief deck tournament. He earned $72,000 in that event, and then two days later added another $123,750 for a fourth-spot showing in another $25,000 purchase-in short deck tournament.
In addition to all the prize funds Jiang has accrued this week, he has also secured a bounty of rankings points with his short deck achievement. Prior to this series, Jiang had no 2021 live tournament cashes under his belt. So far this week he has accumulated 860 Card Player Player of the Year points, which is sufficient to move him into 170th location in the 2021 POY race standings sponsored by International Poker. He also earned 510 PokerGO Tour rankings points with this victory. With 571 total points, Jiang has moved into 21st spot.
Seth Davies earned $504,000 and 425 POY points as the runner-up. He now sits in 30th location in the overall standings. The 302 PokerGO Tour points he was awarded for his newest deep run saw him climb into 11th location in that points race. This was his eighth qualifying money on the tour.
Like Davies, sixth-place finisher Chris Brewer also created moves in both the POY race and on the PokerGO Tour standings as a outcome of this event. He earned $105,000 and 170 points for his 14th POY-certified final table of the year. The 63 POkerGO Tour points helped him preserve his hold on the sixth-place spot on that leaderboard.
Here is a appear at the payouts and rankings points awarded at the final table:
Winner photo provided by PokerGO.