Poker Masters ends with Michael Addado earning the purple jacket


The 12 events of the 2021 Poker Masters have finally come to an end. Early on, it appeared as though Daniel Negreanu would claim the purple jacket due to hits leaderboard point total. However, during the last two events, Michael Addamo earned back-to-back titles and ended up boosting his point total to win the coveted prize.

Details of the Two Events

During Event #11, players competed in a $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em tournament. Addamo was able to outlast the field and claim $680,000 in prize money, earning a good number of points to increase his leaderboard total.

In Event #12, Addamo had to win first or second place to earn the purple jacket, if a few other players won the event. Stanley Tang, Alex Foxen, Mikita Badziakouski, and Nick Petrangelo were all in the running to potentially earn the jacket.

Addamo managed to win this event too and claimed the top spot on the purple jacket leaderboard. For the win, the poker player won an extra $50,000 and of course, the purple jacket. The second win added $1.16 million to his overall Poker Masters total. After the last event, Addamo stated to officials that he doesn’t think he has ever won back-to-back events of this magnitude before.

2021 Poker Masters Leaderboard Totals

During the Poker Masters, players earn totals based on cash finishes in events. For Michael Addamo, the final two wins sealed the deal, giving him 808 points on the leaderboard. Coming in second was Nick Petrangelo who earned 402 points. He cashed out in three different Poker Masters events.

Lou Garza finished in third with 376 points while Daniel Negreanu came in fourth with 372 points. Negreanu won a single tournament and cashed out three times total. Fifth place went to Brock Wilson with 358 points and sixth went to Chris Brewer with 349 points.

The 2021 Poker Masters was filled with tough competitors, and it was interesting to watch the action go down in the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas to see which players would end up title winners. The best of the best hit the felt in the hopes of earning enough leaderboard points to claim the purple jacket.

Now, PokerGO will get ready to host the $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl. Many poker players from the Poker Masters should be participating. The event will take place from September 27 to 29. The large buy-in events are always fun to watch because they offer insane action and amazing prize pools. We shall see soon which players are competing and how they fare at the poker table.