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He had finally arrived! Asked about who were his toughest opponents Heinecker gave a list of names that most in the poker community will have heard of for their prowess over the virtual felt.
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The structure of the tournament was deliberately designed to resemble a turbo event. If you're bank-rolled enough to play a tournament of this kind as an amateur, it is because you have a life away from the tables that is far too hectic to be able to hang around a casino very long.
It meant that despite the massive sums of money at stake, the final stages played out in a smash-and-grab style. Pretty much any pot throughout the three-hour final table would be for the chip lead, and the loser would likely be eliminated.
If you want to know the particulars, then scroll through our blow-by-blow coverage. Each of Mizzi, Rossiter, Kurganov and Heinecker would have the chip lead at some point during the day, and each of Tang, Tsang and Haxton would sense an opportunity to soar into contention despite their short stacks.
Only Pratyush Buddiga never really got to sample much of the final table fun. The first significant pot sent him to the rail in eighth. Sorel Mizzi swept up in the action, before busting in third.
The board gave Haxton a sweat on the turn, but it wasn't enough for the PokerStars Team Online member as he made his way to the rail. The least experienced player at the GDAM final table was Tang, but he put in a solid effort before finishing in fourth place.
The board gave Heinecker a pair of queens, enough to send Tang packing. The fast action continued as Sorel Mizzi was sent home in third place.
Mizzi began the day as the chip leader but was down to