€25500 Super High Roller – PokerNews.com

None other than Steve O’Dwyer took down the €25,500 Super High Roller at the Master Classics of Poker in Holland Casino Amsterdam. He defeated Patrik Antonius and Stefan Wolzak to win his first Master Classics of Poker tournament. He took home the first place prize of €74,250.

The tournament was supposed to start at 2 p.m. local time but the start was delayed. O’Dwyer and Wolzak were both seated at the table and waiting for a third player to join the field. Antonius arrived in the casino and registered around 4 p.m. and they had enough players to start the tournament. A couple of other players were interested in the tournament but opted to play either the €1,600 progressive bounty tournament or they joined the high stakes cash game action.

Dutchman Wolzak had a very good start of the tournament and right before the end of the second level of the day he managed to win a big pot where he had two pair, holding ace-trey, against Antonius. Wolzak entered the first break of the day with over half of the chips in play. Wolzak wasn’t planning on slowing down any time soon after play resumed and continued to put pressure on both of his opponents.

Antonius ended up as the first player out of the tournament and it wasn’t because of Wolzak. O’Dwyer took the remaining 10,000 from Antonius after he had three-bet and Antonius four-bet all in. O’Dwyer made the quick call and he was well ahead with his pocket aces against the king-queen suited of Antonius. The board ran out eight-deuce-four-deuce-six. It was all already over on the turn and O’Dwyer took down a nice pot with pocket aces to get to about the same stack of Wolzak.

The heads-up battle between the two started out pretty

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