Australia's Michael Addamo won the €25,500 No-Limit Hold'em Super High Roller on 25th October 2018 in the early morning hours at King's Casino in Rozvadov.
The field attracted 133 total entries and as a result the prize pool got tripled as Michael Addamo won the gold bracelet for the second time in 2018.
This summer he won Event #24: The Marathon- $2,620 No-limit Hold'em for $653,581 and the final day of this event turned into a star-studded affair.
For this event, he competed with Germany's Christian Rudolph who battled till 6 am local time where a series of double-ups made the event a complete roller-coaster ride. The Aussie also recorded his best result on the live circuit of €848,702.
Rudolph reached his third WSOP final table in two years but he hit the rail before collecting his maiden bracelet but he won a consolation prize of €524,532 for his efforts in the event. He had finished in the third place in 2017 WSOP Main Event and the runner-up of this event Benjamin Pollak settled for the third place this time.
Mikita Badziakouski, Dominik Nitsche, Winfred Yu, James Romero and German High Roller Manig Loeser were the other finalists.
With this win, Addamo has now amassed more than $3 million and he has now become je
"I will go and sleep peacefully now," a visibly exhausted Addamo said when he was being interviewed by Czech media.
Addamo bagged the chip lead on Day 1 and successfully capitalized on the momentum to win the second bracelet of the year.