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  • September 30, 2020

Vincent Fiorenza Wins 2015 PPC Aruba World Championship for $106,027

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(pokernews.com)- Over the weekend, the PPC Poker Tour wrapped up its third season with the 2015 PPC Aruba World Championship. The series culminated with a $1,700 Main Event, which boasted a $250,000 guaranteed prize pool. That number was blown out of the water as 274 entrants took to the felt and created a $378,670 prize pool, plus four $5,000 packages to be awarded for the 2016 PPC Aruba stop.
Among those to make the trip to the sunny island were PPC Ambassadors Mark “P0ker H0” Kroon,Ronnie Bardah, and Joe Serock; as well as recognizable names like Kyle CartwrightSam Panzica, and Kou Vang, just to name a few.
Between the two starting flights, just 76 players advanced to Day 2, with only 27 of those slated to make the money. Among those to exit with a payday were Mike Beasley (24th – $3,408), Hayden Fortini (23rd – $3,408), Pamela Wilson (19th – $3,408), Kroon (19th – $3,787), Jesse Chinni (15th – $4,165), Eric Flesch (12th – $4,923), and Pablo Abraca (11th – $4,923).
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The final table of ten returned on Day 3, with poker pro Shawn Rice leading the way and Joey Couden hot on his heels.
Final Table Results

PlacePlayerPrize
1Vincent Fiorenza$106,027 + $5,000 2016 PPC Aruba Package
2Danny Lobato$62,480 + $5,000 2016 PPC Aruba Package
3Shawn Rice$35,974 + $5,000 2016 PPC Aruba Package
4Joey Couden$29,158 + $5,000 2016 PPC Aruba Package
5Harrison Gimbel$22,720
6Todd Funderburg$18,934
7Steve Trizis$15,147
8David Kidd$11,360
9Marshall Tarzy$7,573
10Ken Davis$4,923

“I’ve been pretty fortunate to jump on the tournament scene and do pretty well so far so it means a lot,” Fiorenza told PPC officials after the win. “I’ve had lots of supporters. Aruba’s great and my supporters were great here and it really means a lot to be the PPC Champion.
“I think this a great tournament. It’s my first year out here and it’s a great spot, great venue, great people, and great reporters. From the staff to the dealers all the way to the directors everyone did an awesome job. I had a lot of fun here and I’ll definitely be back next year.”
Congratulations to the 2015 PPC Aruba World Championships Main Event Champion – Vincent Fiorenza!
 
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