Joni Jouhkimainen Wins $92K in PLO Super High Rollerrom POWERFEST

There have been some superb POWERFEST results over the past number of days, although the triumph by Team partypoker’s Joni Jouhkimainen is one that sticks out from the group. Our flying Finn transformed a $5,200 buy-in into an unbelievable $92,000 by handling the world’s best PLO players.

POWERFEST #42-SHR: $100K Gtd PLO 6-Max

A field of 46 of the world’s best PLO players bought into the $100K Gtd 6-Max Super High Roller event. This developed a $230,000 reward pool, greater than two times the dimension of the promoted guarantee.

Only the top six finishers received a prize, so spare a thought for seventh-place finisher “Mr.Keto”. His exit secured at least $12,432 for the six surviving players.

“sukamibosak” busted in sixth and banked $12,432. “KamelAAsAA” joined him on the rail with the $16,100 fifth-place prize.

Fourth-place and $20,700 went to “MUNJOSHuHa” before “DR.Summer69” exited in third-place for $29,900.

This set up a heads-up clash between Joni “Jjouhk” Jouhkimainen and “Robbery9999”. The result was never in doubt and our hero brushed aside his final opponent to bank $92,000.Second-place was worth an impressive $58,867, a great prize for 10-hours at the tables.

1Joni “JJouhki” Jouhkimainen$92,000

POWERFEST #43-SHR: $500K Gtd 8-Max

“iRunStims” got their hands on a six-figure prize when they won the POWERFEST #43-SHR: $500K Gtd 8-Max. Some 101 players parted company with $5,200 and iRunStims was the last player standing.

First place weighed in at a most impressive $123,725. iRunStims collected this after defeating “aaabbb” heads-up for the title. Our runner-up consoled themselves with $88,375.

Earlier at the eight-handed final table, “Tree91” was uprooted in eighth for $16,412. “No_No_No” fell in seventh for $20,200 before “Slim_Shady” headed off stage for $25,250.

“OmarsComing” and “Dandelion32892” were the next casualties. Their bankrolls are now $32,825 and $44,187 bigger.

Every poker writer’s worst enemy,  “kgroqigmqtbmqom” was the penultimate bust-out. Their third-place exit yielding a $63,125 score.


POWERFEST #44-HR: $250K Gtd 6-Max PKO

“Stolewon” padded their bankroll with more than $80,000 in the POWERFEST #44-HR: $250K Gtd 6-Max PKO. The $2,100 buy-in was paid by 159 players, which resulted in a juicy prize pool.

Remember “Robbery9999” who was the runner-up in the event Jouhkimainen won? Well, he finished sixth in this event for more than $19,500 with bounties included.

“BuddyRW” and “PogRipper” busted out and scooped more than $14,000 and $23,000 respectively.

The partypoker player with the most difficult alias ever, “kgroqigmqtbmqom” continued their great form with a third-place finish here. They won $20,482 from the main prize pool and $3,445 from the bounty prize pool.

Heads-up saw “Executioner_” and “Stolewon” clash. Executioner_ was executed in second-place and won a combined $37,251. The champion, however, netted a massive $80,317 with bounties included.


Special mentions have to go to “Raul33” and “RentCollection” who both won a brace of titles this week.

“Raul33” won two PLO POWERFEST events, including a $215 PKO tournament for almost $10,500.

RentCollection won POWERFEST #31-HR and #32-H in the space of 12-hours! Those victories netted him $25,643 and $21,825 respectively. Awesome work.

More Huge Events Coming Your Way

More massive events are coming your way this weekend. Buy into the events, which you can see here, direct, win your way in via a satellite, pay for your entry with tournament dollars, or SPINS you way in for only $5. Whatever you do, play in some of the tournaments!

Multiplier1st place prizeFrequency in 1M games
2$10 cash651,227
3$15 cash257,202
4.4$22 POWERFEST ticket75,000
11$55 POWERFEST ticket10,000
21.8$109 POWERFEST ticket5,000
64$320 POWERFEST ticket1,000
106$530 POWERFEST ticket500
210$1,050 POWERFEST ticket50
420$2,100 POWERFEST ticket20
1,040$5,200 POWERFEST ticket1


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