Joakim Andersson is the POWERFEST Super High Roller champion! The Malta-based Swedish star topped a star-studded field of 64 entries in the $25,500 buy-in event and passed his bankroll with a cool $480,081 score.

POWERFEST #07 Super High Roller Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Joakim Andersson Malta $480,081
2 Markus Leikkoner Finland $299,400
3 Andras Nemeth Hungary $194,592
4 Timothy Nuter Canada $139,222
5 Jonathan Skovsen Denmark $104,996
6 Luuk Gieles Netherlands $82,824
7 Ole Schemion Austria $69,286

Day 2 began with 11 players in the hunt for the title, but they quickly lost a player. Sami Kelopuro returned with less than three big blinds in his stack and he could not find that all-important double.

Rui Ferreria, Matthias Eibinger, and Joao Vieira busted in succession to leave the final table of seven.

German superstar Ole Schemion busted in seventh place when his failed to hold against the of Markus Leikkoner courtesy of the board running .

Luuk Gieles followed Schemion to the sidelines after losing a coinflip to the eventual champion, Andersson. Gieles min-raised to 60,000 with from the cutoff, Andras Nemeth called on the button with before Andersson pumped it up to 285,000 with . Gieles responded with a four-bet shove worth 1,111,946, which folded out Nemeth, but Andersson called. A king on the flop of the board saw Gieles bow out.

Fifth place and $104,996, the first six-figure prize of the evening, went to Denmark’s Jonathan Skovsen. The Dane was down to nine big blinds when Leikkoner ripped in his 20 big blinds with . Skovsen called it off from the big blind with and could not hold as the five community cards fell .

Next out of the door was the start-of-the-day chip leader, Timothy Nuter. He busted when Andersson open-shoved from the small blind with and Nuter called off his 12.5 big blinds with . The flop gave something to both players, with the turn improving Andersson to a straight. The river needed to be a diamond and only a diamond for Nuter to stay in the tournament, but it was the .

Heads-up was set when the dangerous Nemeth fell by the wayside in third place, a finish good for a $194,592 haul. Nemeth came unstuck during the 25,000/50,000/6,250a level. Leikkoner shoved from the small blind with , and Nemeth snapped called off his 750,172 stack with . Leikkoner’s aggression was rewarded with a king on the flop of the board.

Andersson held a 4,649,480 to 1,750,520 chip lead over Leikkoner going into heads-up and it proved to be a gap too far to bridge for the latter.

The final hand of the Super High Roller started with a limp on the button with by Leikkoner, a raise to 180,000 from Andersson with , and a raise to 480,000 by Leikkoner, which Andersson called. The flop fell and both players checked. The turn saw Andersson check, Leikkoner fire a 292,500 bet, and Andersson call. This led to the river completing the board. Andersson checked, which opened the door for Leikkoner to push all-in for 1,325,370 into the 1,560,000 pot. Andersson did not believe his opponent’s story, and made the call.

Anderson collected an impressive $480,081, while Leikkoner walked away with a $299,400 consolation prize.

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