The €175 Moneymaker’s Road to PSPC 2020 Dublin Main Event has come to an end with 809 players competing for the win and a PokerStars Platinum Pass. In the end, it was Victor Antoci who earned the first-place finish, defeating the final table of top competitors, including Chris Moneymaker himself!

Details of the Event:

Once the final table whittled down to the remaining three players, Antoci, Tomas Flanagan and Sia Browne would cut a three-way deal. With the deal, Flanagan would earn the most at €16,560 followed by Browne with €16,260. Antoci would earn the least with €12,770. The goal now was to win the Platinum Pass. Each of the three remaining players wanted the valuable pass to compete for free in the 2020 PokerStars Players Championship.

Antoci would be the short-stack at the table after the deal was made, but after doubling up via Flanagan, the chip stacks were leveled out. He then doubled up against Browne, who was the chip leader, sending her out in third place.

According to the source

Antoci had a nice chip lead going into heads-up play, though Flanagan managed to double up two times quickly but only to lose in the end to Antoci in the early morning hours.

The winner will now be able to attend the 2020 PokerStars Players Championship after securing the $30,000 pass which includes the €22,500 buy-in to the poker tournament event.

Final Table Results:

Place Player Prize
First Victor Antoci €12,770
Second Tomas Flanagan €16,560
Third Sia Browne €16,260
Fourth Kieran O’Riordan €7,380
Fifth Shawn Morales €5,870
Sixth Colm Hanlon €4,510
Seventh Chris Moneymaker €3,260
Eighth Peter Gray €2,220
Ninth Glenn Miller €1,770