Tim Hartmann won the 2019 Winamax SISMIX Main Event after defeating Yves Sves to claim € 100,782. "I'm feeling extraordinary," said Hartmann who, in spite of coming into Day 3 as chip pioneer, conceded that the last day was an unpleasant one. "We were down to the last table overly quick, and I didn't play any enormous pots until this point so I came into the last table with 20 million chips"But the last table was truly harsh. I didn't hit any sheets. My feigns turned out badly. It was a rollercoaster."
While Hartmann came into the last day as chip pioneer, there were still a lot of short stacks including Winamax Team Pro and previous SISMIX champion Bruno Lopes and Leandry Ainonkpo. Ainonkpo would twofold once through Morgan Aceto and after that again through Lopes, leaving Kool Shen with a few major blinds left. He was then wiped out in sixteenth spot for €6,500 after his lord ten was split by the jack-ten of Aceto. In the head up, the blinds at 600,000/1,200,000, major leads got opened in a split second. The chip lead changed hands no less multiple times in thirty minutes as every player seemed as though they would take off into the dusk. That player was Hartmann. He waited for his opportunity in the long run held 80% of the chips in play and pushed with pocket threes just for Sanchez to call with pocket sevens. "Pre-flop I thought when I saw his hand, 'alright, we're even once more,'" Hartmann let us know subsequently. "Be that as it may, I mean we're even, it's alright. When I saw the lemon I just idea 'Let it be over at this point!'