Ali Imsirovic dominated the four-event money player series held this past weekend at ARIA Texas hold’em Room in Las Vegas. The 26-year-old texas hold’em pro made it down to heads-up play in 3 successive events. Exceptionally, he dealt with Sean Perry for the title each time. Imsirovic won two of the 3 heads-up showdowns, paying for $721,300 along the road. The Bosnian-born American raised his profession competition earnings to greater than $10.8 million as a result of this latest warm streak.
Imsirovic started his unbelievable run in the 2nd event of the series. The $10,000 buy-in no-limit hold ’em high roller brought in an area of 53 complete entries, creating a prize pool of $530,000 that was paid amongst the top eight finishers. It was Perry who arised triumphant in the pair’s initial heads-up clash for the title, earning $169,600. Imsirovic scored $111,300 as the runner-up finisher, but he was simply starting.
The adhering to day saw 31 entrances made in event no. 3, a $25,000 buy-in no-limit hold ’em high-stakes gambler. The strong turnover produced a prize swimming pool of $775,000, with the biggest share eventually going to Imsirovic. He cashed for $310,000 after defeating Perry in their 2nd round for a title in as lots of days. Perry was awarded $201,500 as the runner-up this time around around.
The last occasion of the series was one more $25,000 buy-in which was hung on Saturday, April 3. A total amount of 30 entries were made by the time registration formally shut for the collection, building a $750,000 reward pool. Imsirovic broke the connection with Perry, beating him in a 3rd consecutive heads-up fight for the win to earn $300,000.