The culmination of another big online festival concluded on Wednesday night as Phillip Mighall took down the World Poker World Online Championship Main Event, held online at partypoker.
The $10,300 buy-in event attracted 1,011 entries, who battled it out over the course of four days of play, generating a prize pool of just over $10 million. Those making the final table heading into the last day of the tournament were each guaranteed six-figures with two millionaires being crowned in the tournament. It was Mighall who came out on top of the final table winning $1,550,298 after defeating Teun Mulder heads-up, who himself won just under $1.4 million.
Here’s a look at how the final table finished up:
|2020 World Poker Tour WOC Main Event Final Table Results|
For this victory, Mighall also gets his name on the Mike Sexon WPT Champions Cup, access to the WPT Champions Club, an entry into the WPT Tournament of Champions and a Hublot Big Bang timepiece.
Mighall, from England, has accumulated $531k in live tournament winnings in his poker career with the online tournament win his largest ever score.
Watch a WPT WOC Main Event replay
Missed the action from this huge tournament? You can check out a final table replay featuring commentary from Matt Savage, James Koon, James Dempsey, Isaac Haxton and Lynn Gilmartin.
Up next at the WPT World Championship Online
Despite that the WPT WOC Main Event in the books, there is still another week of action remaining including the $25,500 High Roller Championship, WPT Turbo Championship, $102,000 WPT Super High Roller Championship and dozens of side events running through September 24th on partypoker.
The series began in July and has promised to award over $100 million in guaranteed prizes over the course of the series.
Check out a full list of events from the partypoker WPT WOC schedule page.