‘Ahundredollars’ Takes Biggest Prize in Million Dollar Sunday History.

Tue, 08 Dec 2015 16:48
(Press Release) San Jose, Costa Rica – December 7th, 2015 – His online poker name is ahundredollars, but the Million Dollar Sunday champion is waking up this morning with a lot more money in his pocket after taking first place in Americas Cardroom’s $1 million guaranteed poker tournament. With a first place prize of $200,000, ahundredollars has won the biggest payout in the history of the Million Dollar Sunday. “We’ve seen a final table deal negotiated in every single Million Dollar Sunday tournament we’ve held so far, but the final table players would have none of it in Sunday night’s big event,” stated Americas Cardroom spokesperson Michael Harris. “Congratulations to ahundredollars on his big win, and to Otter Nation and CantEvenRead, who won $111,000 and $73,800 for second and third place finishes.” The Million Dollar Sunday was the Main Event in the OSS V, a 10-day tournament series that kicked off on November 27th and included $2.6 million in guaranteed prize money. Past Million Dollar Sunday tournaments saw final table deals, which forced a lower payout for the chip leader. For example, while $200,000 had been guaranteed for first place in a Million Dollar Sunday back in September, JohnLegend walked away with $104,883 after negotiating a deal with the remaining players at the table. As expected, last night’s Million Dollar Sunday featured a significant overlay of $101,500, offering players exceptional value. But while the Million Dollar Sunday did overlay, the OSS V featured a number of guarantee-beating tournaments. What’s more, with additional traffic flooding the online poker room during the 10-day series, a number of other signature tournaments saw significant prize pools. For example, yesterday’s Sunday Special featured a $200,000 guarantee (normally $115,000!) and finished with a prize pool of $201,600. Poker players looking to get into the next big tournament at Americas Cardroom don’t have to wait long. The Sunday Special returns this weekend with at least $20,000 earmarked for first place.

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