POWERFEST X Days 4 and 5

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He had come close to winning a POWERFEST X event earlier in the week now Team partypoker’s Renato “renato_nomura” Nomura has got the job done and his hands on a title.

Nomura banked more than $15,000 of the $785,776 awarded on Day 4 of POWERFEST as another 16 champions were crowned. Keep reading to discover who won big and in which tournaments on Day 4 of POWERFEST X.

POWERFEST X: The Story So Far

  • Events completed: 91
  • Events remaining: 184
  • Prize money awarded: $9,455,174


POWERFEST #20-HR: $75K Gtd Fast PKO

Entries: 150
Buy-in: $530
Prize pool: $76,875
Places paid: 20

Renato Nomura made amends for missing out on POWERFEST glory when he was the last man standing in the POWERFEST #20-HR: $75K Gtd Fast PKO event on July 31st. Nomura was one of 150 entries in the $530 buy-in event, which saw a half of the $76,875 prize pool placed in the main prize pool and the other 50% put on the heads of all 150 entrants.

The bounty payments in this event grew large with three players winning four-figure prizes and one coming close to that. Seventh-place finisher “Coaching” won $918 from the bounty prize pool in addition to their $1,515 prize, while fourth-placed “imlucky10” saw their $3,408 prize boosted by $4,528 worth of bounties.

It was the runner-up “Fun Guy.” who secured the second-largest bounty prize, namely $4,794 on top of their $6,613 prize, but it was our very own Nomura who claimed the lion’s share of the prize pool, taking home $6,620 for his victory plus $9,224 worth of scalps!

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POWERFEST #17-HR: $25K Gtd PLO8 6-Max Deep

Entries: 88
Buy-in: $530
Prize pool: $44,000
Places paid: 12

Patrick “Egption” Tardif came close to winning a POWERFEST title in the $530 buy-in POWERFEST #17-HR: $25K Gtd PLO8 6-Max Deep event. The Team Online star reached the six-handed final table but fell with three players remaining.

“ToabsenAA48”, ironically quite a strong PLO8 hand, finished in sixth-place for $1,870 and was joined on the rail by “SprCpn” whose fifth-place exit saw their bankroll swell by $2,750. Fourth-place went to “Player2341” who collected $3,850.

Team Online’s Tardif ran out of steam in third-place and had to console himself with a $5,280 score. Tardif’s exit left “FcknPeasents” and “Dragon 4” to lock horns heads-up for the title and more than $13,000 in prize money. It was the latter who emerged victorious, scooping the $13,763 first-place prize resigning FcknPeasents to the $8,580 runner-up haul.

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POWERFEST #19-HR: $30K Gtd PLO 6-Max

Entries: 94
Buy-in: $530
Prize pool: $47,000
Places paid: 12

Less than 24-hours after winning more than $150,000 by taking down POWERFEST #13-SHR: $500K Gtd PKO, “PayAndPlay” found themselves in the winner’s circle again, this time in the POWERFEST #19-HR: $30K Gtd PLO 6-Max event.

Victory in this $530 buy-in PLO event was worth $14,701 and capped off a superb opening four days for PayAndPlay. They defeated “BadGirl1955” heads-up t secure the title, with second-place paying $9,165.

Earlier at the final table. “Kuvshinov2019” won $1,997 for finishing in sixth-place with $2,937 going to “Tiltkorven”. “Unknowwhoami” fell in fourth-place for $4,112 before “PapaKoyla”crashed out in third-place for a $5,640 addition to their partypoker account.

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POWERFEST X Day 4 Full Results

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Another $2,826,898 players won on Day 5 of POWERFEST X taking the total prize money to almost $9.5 million after the first 91 events.

Day 6 was a big day at partypoker because there was a trio of massive tournaments taking place, one with a $10,300 buy-in, another costing $5,200, and a third weighing in at $2,100. It was an excellent day for the player known as “ChimneyBarrel” as they navigated their way to two of these huge tournaments’ final tables. Let’s discover which right now.



Entries: 100
Buy-in: $10,300
Prize pool: $1,000,000
Places paid: 16

Exactly 100 players bought into the POWERFEST #22-SHR: $1M Gtd for $10,300 to ensure the $1 million guaranteed prize pool was hit. This gargantuan prize was shared among the top 16 finishers, with “Kanchenjunga” being the unfortunate soul to burst the money bubble.

Everyone else locked up at least $20,000 for their effort, with Team partypoker’s Roberto “R_Romanello” Romanello banking $25,000 for his 11th place finish.

Each of the eight finalists secured a $32,500 payday, the sum given to “OmarsComing”. Seventh-place and $40,000 went to “Elvallekas” before Player Panel member Patrick “Patrick_Leonard” Leonard fell in sixth place for $50,000.

“TheDrino” busted in fifth place for $65,000 before “PauliBet” saw their tournament end in fourth place for $87,500; they were the last player not to win a six-figure prize.

“ChimeyBarrel” then exited in third place for $125,000 and was followed to the sidelines by “BuddyRW” who lost heads-up against “kristian150”. Second place was worth $175,000 with the champion banking a cool $245,000.

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POWERFEST #23-SHR: $400K Gtd PLO 6-Max

Entries: 78
Buy-in: $5,200
Prize pool: $400,000
Places paid: 12

POWERFEST #23-SHR: $400K Gtd PLO 6-Max cost $5,200 to enter and saw a field of 78 battle it out on six-handed tables for a slice of $400,000.

Team partypoker’s Joni “JJouhki” Jouhkimainen crept into the cash and finished in 11th place for $10,959. The prize money increased to $17,000 by the time the six-handed final table was set, “Grazvis1” being the first casualty under the lights.

“TheRealGrizzly1” fell in fifth for a $25,000 addition to their bankroll before “HosseinEnsan”, bearing the name of the reigning World Series of Poker Main Event champion, busted in fourth for $35,000.

Third place and $48,000 went to “trustnobody_99” which set up a one-on-one clash between ChimneyBarrel and “vodkasoda”. It was the latter who emerged from battle unscathed, securing the $125,122 top prize and leaving ChimneyBarrel to add $78,000 to the $125,000 they won in the $1M Gtd event earlier.

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Entries: 129
Buy-in: $2,100
Prize pool: $264,450
Places paid: 20

The $2,100 buy-in we spoke about was a PKO event, the POWERFEST #24-HR: $250K Gtd PKOto be exact, and it crated some sizable bounty payments, especially for those who navigated their way to the eight-handed final table.

Nobody locked up more from the bounty prize pool than the champion “dollar007” whose $22,775 top prize was bolstered by an incredible $44,058 thanks to them also winning the prize that was on their own head.

One other player, “Tigerbluff”, banked five-figures worth of bounties. Tigerbluff has made several deep runs during the opening week of POWERFEST X and finished third in this tournament for $16,554 plus $14,166 worth of scalps, meaning they walked away with a combined prize worth more than second-placed “CocaineKiller” did.

Shout-out to sixth-place finisher “JailWallet” who managed to win $7,021 from the bounty prize pool before busting out.

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