Daniel Harwood is a happy man. He has gone £20,400 richer after clinching the first ever DTD 200 event.
This is the third largest poker event prize money that Harwood has won in his poker career so far. He was victorious at the DTD200 event at Dusk Till Dawn held in Nottingham.
In July 2015 DeepStack event at DTD, Hardwood came third with a cash prize of £22,500 for a £300 buy and followed this with a £22,540 win in the UKIPT London Main Event in the month of April last year. After winning the DTD200 event, he has added a sum of £19,850 to his lifetime poker earnings.
The second place at the DTD200 event went to Seb Pawlak with an earning of £11,650 and the Oliver Stone was the player who finished in the third position at the inaugural DTD200 event with a prize of £7,650. All the players who had entered the final seat at the DTD200 event have won a chance to compete in the£550 million.
The first player to get eliminated after entering the nine-handed final table was Naaman Morris. Lee West finished in the eighth position despite having pocket kings as it ran into the pocket aces held by Seb Pawlak. The World Series of Poker bracelet winner Lawrence Gosney did not have a good time at the DTD 200 final table as he was eliminated from the table pretty soon and ended his run in the 6th position.
Tim Slater suffered two losses in the back-to-back hands and has to finish in the 4th position. Stone was the next player to go out of the competition and finished the event in 3rd position with total prize netting about £7,650 with a mere investment of £220.
The DTD 200 will return again from Jan 19 to Jan 22 with a guaranteed prize pool of £100,000.