• July 24, 2021

David Tuthill Wins 2015 Beau Rivage Million Dollar Heater Main Event

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The event attracted a slew of notables including Ryan Lenaghan, “Captain” Tom Franklin, Judge Leo Booth, Kenny Milam, and defending champ James Miller. Unfortunately none of those players made the money at the top 18, but those that did included Shaun Johnston (17th – $5,000), Corrie Wunstel(14th – $6,000), Blake Barousse (13th – $6,000), and John Dolan (12th – $7,000).
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The 2015 Million Dollar Heater at the Beau Rivage in Biloxi, Mississippi concluded on Wednesday with the conclusion of their $2,500 buy-in $500,000 guaranteed Main Event, a tournament that attracted 198 entrants (95 Day 1a entries; 103 Day 2b entries).
In the end, David Tuthill, who finished fourth the year before, defeatedJeremy Gaubert to captured the title and $165,000 first-place prize.
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Tuthill, who said he plans to play the European Poker Tour Malta with his winnings, took home a Movado Series 800 championship watch and a framed photo from IMPDI in addition to the $165,000 first-place prize.
“The final 18 was very tough. We had a lot of good players,” Tuthill said after the win. “I’ve looked up to Jeremy [Gaubert] for years. Ben Zamani is one of my closest friends in poker, which made for an interesting dynamic.”

Place Player Hometown Prize
1 David Tuthill St. Petersburg, FL $165,000
2 Jeremy Gaubert Thibodaux, LA $91,000
3 Benjamin Zamani Boca Raton, FL $50,000
4 Kirk Adams St. Pete Beach, FL $40,000
5 Joseph Laro Opelika, AL $30,000
6 Ben Thomas Baton Rouge, LA $25,000
7 David Williams Hoover, AL $20,000
8 Chun Law Memphis, TN $15,000
9 Sardor Gaziev N Brunswick, NJ $10,000

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