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Kevin Buck declared as the winner of 2020 Wynn Spring Classic $1,600 Buy-in Event


Kevin Buck declared as the winner of 2020 Wynn Spring Classic 1 600 Buy in Event

Kevin Buck becomes the new winner of the 2020 Wynn Poker Classic $1,000,000 main event. The event drew a total number of 687 entries with a buy in of $1,600, but only top 71 players could earn the money and in them the largest share was bagged by Kevin Buck.

Kevin grabbed $166,837 after defeating Justin Bond in heads-up who also took home a huge prize amount of $146,837. The event was full of poker celebraties which a give a chance to win a lot of money so that no one could left the night with empty bags. Many big names of pokers were there like Steve Gross (60th place-$4,136), Dan Heimiller (a two-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner (57th place- $4,136), World Poker Tour champion and WSOP bracelet winner Jared Jaffee (54th place- $4,136), WPT winner Dylan Wilkerson (32nd place- $6,117), David Jackson (30th place- $6,117) and Shannon Shorr (27th place- $6,998).

The final day of the event

23 players were remained on the last day of the event with Brian Yoon who is also a three-time WSOP bracelet winner in lead. When the final showdown began, Yoon eventually fell from the top and landed in 20th place which earned him $9,174.

By the time the nine-handed final table was set, Buck had by far the largest stack. Next, Justin Bond began to follow Buck by busting Jim Pannella in ninth place ($19,062) and continued to raise the chip until e had overtaken the lead.

Here is a look at the payouts and POY points awarded at the final table:

Rank

Player

Chips

POY Points

1

Kevin Buck

$166,837

840

2

Justin Bond

$146,837

700

3

Nikolaos Platis

$84,310

560

4

Behzad Teranie

$59,400

420

5

Peter Vitantonio

$43,900

350

6

Jerry Xiong

$34,000

280

7

Hyung Kim

$27,304

210

9

Martin Stausholm

$22,640

140

9

James Pannella

$19,062

70