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  • October 1, 2020

Uruguay's Fabrizio Gonzales Scores $236,500 Win in South Florida

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(pokernews.com)- On Tuesday, the 2015 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open, in conjunction with Poker Night in America, live streamed an unprecedented four final tables at the same time. One of those final tables was from Event #22: $2,650 buy-in $1,000,000 Guarantee No-Limit Hold’em Freezeout, a three-day tournament that attracted 502 players and created a prize pool of $1,217,350.
In the end, Uruguay’s Fabrizio “SixthSenSe19” Gonzalez, who now calls Spain home, emerged as the last man standing to capture the $236,400 first-place prize, the largest score of his career. Prior to the win Gonzalez had $898,665 in live tournament earnings, which included $191,646 for a 45th- place finish in the 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event; $156,204 for a fifth-place finish in the summer’s $10,000 Bellagio Cup XI; and $148,000 for a third-place finish in the 2011 Conrad Poker Tour Punta del Este Main Event.
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Final Table Results

PlacePlayerHometownPrize
1Fabrizio GonzalezMontevideo, Uruguay$236,400
2Daniel FuhsSan Diego, CA$141,800
3Darryl RonconiNaperville, IL$84,800
4Xuan LiuToronto, ON$70,900
5Seth DaviesBen, OR$59,100
6Chris HunichenClayton, NC$47,300
7Jon BorensteinTeaneck, NJ$35,500
8David DiazBartlett, TN$29,500
9Casey YontzColumbus, OH$23,150

According to updates from the event, the final table bubble was one of the longest in recent memory as it took nearly four hours for the field to go from 10 down to the final nine.
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