Myroslaw Woroch won Party Poker’s ‘New Jersey’s Next Poker Millionaire’ for a prize package worth a million dollars on Saturday.
Worock took the title at the finale of the promotion at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, topping a field of eight players that had won online tournaments at nj.partypoker.com.
The prize package won by Worock included more than $850,000 deposited into his online poker account, a World Poker Tour Alpha 8 super high roller package ($100,000), and a WPT World Championship seat ($15K) in addition to other prizes.
Worock beat Steven Edwards, who won a $25,000 WPT and Borgata tournament package for his runner-up finish. Worock won the final hand when all the chips went in the middle on a flop of 5-6-7. Woroch had flopped a straight with 4-8 and held on to win the hand and the title.
You can read more about the tournament at Party Poker NJ’s blog.
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