Taylor Wilson, Michael Wang and Eugene Lee win Wynn Millions High Rollers

The 2023 Wyn million Series in Las Vegas is hosting 24 tournaments from February 20th to March 19th. While the heart of the series is the $3 million guaranteed $3,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em Main Event, the festival also included a trio of high-stakes, PokerGO Tour Qualifying tournaments that took place from March 6th to March 8th and ended up paying out more than $2.6 million. Each of the

Taylor WilsonThe first of these three high rollers, all with buy-ins of $10,500, was a no-limit hold’em event. With 92 entries by the closing date, the top 11 winners earned a share of the $920,000 prize pool. Ultimately, Taylor Wilson secured the biggest share, leading a tough final table to secure the title and a career-best payday of $304,704.

This was Wilson’s second big money of the year after also finishing sixth Lucky Hearts Poker open Main Event at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood for $181,950. Wilson earned 540 card player Player of the Year points for that latest win, enough to put him 77th in 2023 POY Race standings presented by Global Poker.

Wilson also earned 305 PokerGO Tour Points for the win, enough to put him 12th in the 2023 standings PGT Season. Aram Oganyan, who finished second with $176,824 and 177 points, is now in 15th place with two PGT collects.

Other big names that made the final table included Cary Katz (7th), six-time bracelet winner and reigning Chris Hunichen (6th). Super High Roller Bowl Champion Daniel Negreanu (5th), bracelet winner Andrew Lichtenberger (4th) and bracelet winner Joseph Cheong (3rd).

Michael WangThe second high roller of the trio was also a no-limit hold’em tournament. This event attracted one more entry than the previous event (93), creating a $930,000 prize pool. Two-time bracelet winner Michael Wang emerged victorious with the title and top prize of $308,016. This was the third-biggest score of his career. This increased his lifetime earnings to nearly $5.2 million.

Aram Zobian finished second behind Wang, earning $178,746 and $177 PGT Points. This was his third final table finish this year in a PGT event after earning a win and a fourth-place finish in a pair PokerGO Cup Events in January. With 471 total points and $470,246 in PGT With his earnings, Zobian is now the second-placed player in the 2023 standings.

He is behind only Cary Katz, who secured his eighth place finish PGT Cash of the Year with his second in-the-money finish of this series. Katz finished seventh in the first high roller for $37,444 and then third in that event for another $113,088. With 693 points and $889,532 in earnings to date, Katz is the highest ranked player on the PGT leaderboard.

Marius Gierse recorded his fifth final table finish of the year with a fourth place finish in the event. The ruler Lucky Hearts Poker open Main event champion has 2,309 POY Points, good for eighth place in this ranking.

Eugene LeeThe game switched to pot-limit Omaha for the third and final high roller of the series. With 77 entries, there was $770,000 up for grabs in the four-card showdown. Eugene Lee ended up with the biggest piece of the pie and was the last player to earn $280,819. This was the biggest live tournament cash to date for Lee, who hails from New York.

2022 WSOP Third-place finisher of the Main Event, Michael Duek, picked up $161,700 for finishing runner-up in the event, while bracelet winners Joao Simao (3rd), Sam Soverel (4th) and Jeremy Ausmus (5th) also had deep runs. Ausmus, a five-time winner at the WSOP, secured his eighth final table finish of 2023 at the event, climbing to 25th place POY race as a result.

Below is a look at the final table results from each of these three high stakes events.

2023 Wynn Millions $10,500 No Limit Hold’em I

Location player merits POY Points PGT Points
1 Taylor Wilson $304,704 540 305
2 Aram Oganian $176,825 450 177
3 Joseph Cheong $111,872 360 112
4 Andrew Lichtenberg $77,096 270 77
5 Daniel Negreanu $57,500 225 58
6 Christoph Hünichen $45,632 180 46
7 Cary Katz $37,444 135 37
8th Ryan Brown $31,648 90 32
9 Viktory Shegal $27,600 45 28

2023 Wynn Millions $10,500 No Limit Hold’em II

Location player merits POY Points PGT Points
1 Michael Wang $308,016 540 308
2 Aram Zobian $178,746 450 179
3 Cary Katz $113,088 360 113
4 Marius Gierse $77,934 270 78
5 Michael Brinkhoff $58,125 225 58
6 Jeremy Ausmus $46,128 180 46
7 Arthur Morris $37,851 135 38
8th Yifu Er $31,992 90 32
9 Martin Zamani $27,900 45 28

2023 Wynn Millions $10,500 Pot Limit Omaha

Location player merits POY Points PGT Points
1 Eugene Lee $280,819 420 281
2 Michael Dük $161,700 350 162
3 Joao Simao $100,100 280 100
4 Sam Soverell $69,685 210 70
5 Jeremy Ausmus $53,130 175 53
6 Brent Roberts $41,888 140 42
7 Jordan Spurlin $34,111 105 34
8th Kent steels $28,567 70 29

Copyright: Wynn Las Vegas, PokerGO.

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