Artur "mararthur1" Martirosian is a popular poker player who has won many titles in his career. He recently won PokerStars' $5,200 Titans Event and took home $87,884.
How Much Money Did the Top Six Finalists Win?
- Artur "mararthur1" Martirosian from Armenia-$87,884
- Sintoras from Germany-$60,172
- Talal "raidalot" Sharkerchi from the United Kingdom-$41,198
- David "MissOracle" Yan from New Zealand-$28,207
- Ramiro "ramastar88" Petrone from Argentina-$19,313
- Rayan "Beriuzy" Chamas from Canada-$13,223
What Transpired at the Final Table?
The $5,200 Titans Event attracted 49 entrants and it started on February 19. Yet, six finalists shared its $250,000 prize pool. Jonathan "Proudflop" Proudfoot busted the money bubble in the seventh position and the remaining players got a share of the pool.
Rayan Chamas got the first prize after finishing sixth with $13,223. Ramiro Petrone followed him in fifth position with $19,313. Still, David Yan exited the tournament in fourth place with $28,207 and Talal Shakerchi finished third with $41,198.
Shakerchi's elimination set up heads-up action between Sintoras and Martirosian, each competing for the $87,884 first-place prize. Even so, Martirosian beat Sintoras and sent him home as a runner-up with $60,172.
"977sanek977" Wins the Sunday High Roller
The $1,050 Sunday High Roller attracted 124 players who formed a $124,000 prize pool. The players have vast experience in poker as they often sign up in similar high buy-in events.
What the Top Players Took Home
- 977sanek977 from Montenegro-a $27,920 total prize; $15,890 bounties and a $12,030 prize
- Jonathan "Proudflop" Proudfoot from Ireland- a $13,030 total prize; $1,000 bounties and a $12,030 prize
- _m0ney2_89 from Belarus-a $16,022 total prize; $7,953 bounties and a $8,069 prize
- Sergey260594 from Kazakhstan-a 7,468 total prize; $1,250 bounties and a $6,218 prize
- A.Wesker999 from Latvia- a $5,041 total prize; $250 bounties and a $4,791 prize
- Vojta "vojta555cz" Skalak from the Czech Republic- a $9,004 total prize; $5,312 bounties and a $3,692 prize
- Anatoly "NL_Profit" Filatov from Estonia- a $8,313 total prize; $5,468 bounties and a $2,845 prize
- Stevan "random_chu" Chew from Indonesia- a $3,567 total prize; $1,375 bounties and a $2,192 prize
- Hendurr from Sweden- a $3,122 total prize; $1,250 bounties and a $1,872 prize
How Things Unfolded at the Final Table
Hendurr was the first finalist to leave the table and finished in the ninth position with $3,122. Stevan Chew followed them in the eighth position with $3,567, Anatoly Filatov exited the event in seventh place with $8,313 and Vojta Skalak left the table in sixth place with $9,004.
A.Wesker999's run ended in fifth place with $5,041. Sergey260594 finished fourth with $7,468 and _m0ney2_89 finished third with $16,022.
_m0ney2_89's elimination set up heads-up action between 977sanek977 and Jonathan Proudfoot. Each of them was assured of winning at least $12,030. But, the final bounty was larger than the payout.
Proudfoot lost the match to 977sanek977 and finished second with $13,030, 977sanek977 took home the $27,920 prize money. Other players who won various events at PokerStars on February 19 included Stephen "woody1234321" Woodhead, Leandro "leitalopez" Bustillo, Jans "Graftekkel" Arends, and Christian "WATnlos" Rudolph.