From the Portomaso Casinos and iGaming.org we would like to extend our congratulations to Jerome Iozza for winning the Planetwin365 €100,000 guaranteed tournament.
After four fascinating days of poker we're down to a winner, as Iozza managed to beat a field of 329 players to claim the victory here today. We would like to thank all the players, staff, bloggers and fans for this amazing event at the fabolous Portomaso Casino in Malta.
Make sure to keep checking in with us, as there's plenty of live coverage to come in the upcoming months. Until then we would like to wish you a good night and good fortune at the tables!
Learn more about PlanetWin365, the host of this tournament, by clicking this link.
The two remaining players, Cesta and Iozza have decided to make a deal. Iozza was crowned champion ater the deal was completed, of which the numbers have not been made public to us.
Stay tuned, as we will bring you one last update of this event with the winner photos!
The three remaining players have settled on a deal and play has resumed.
The exact numbers have not been confirmed, but one of the players told us everyone is guaranteed €20,000 with €3,000 left to play for.
The final three players have decided to pause the tournament to discuss a possible deal. We will get back to you as soon as there's word from the tournament floor.
With a new level, and a very fine looking red chip valued at 100,000, the action is now back underway. Most of the 5,000 chips have been taken out of play, this to make betting, raising and calling that much easier with the big chips.
We'll be right back with more poker action as the final table of the PlanetWin365 €100,000 Guaranteed tournament continues.
The aciton has been very tight recently as our remaining players are quite content folding their cards constantly. The money jumps are quite significant and this could factor into the passive playing style currently displayed at the final table.
In 15-minutes there will be a break and perhaps that will shake things up a little bit, as there's very little to report from the Portomaso Casino right now.
Nicola Sasso and Nikola Prijovic just fought out an interesting battle, which was mostly conducted before the flop. Prijovic raised to 100,000 from the button and Sasso opted to three-bet from the big blind to 255,000.
Prijovic made the call and folded when Sasso bet another 355,000 on the flop.
We are now on Level 27, as very tight plays continued. We're barely seeing any flops and most hands are being contested preflop. The pay jumps are significant and that's likely the biggest factor for this passive play.