Here are the rest of the top ten finishers, their respective countries of origin and prize monies (all dollar values are in USD)
1. LosHabos7 / Canada / $53,497.87 (deal)
2. area182 / Slovenia / $30,696.94 (deal)
3. Nick123338 / Russian Federation / $29,505.20 (deal)
4. Shorty81 / Finland / $16,350
5. Aashutosh / Denmark / $13,800
6. wefgb / Finland / $10,350
7. Tano1975 / Russian Federation / $7,950
8. D0nkbox / United Kingdom / $5,250
9. gizzyhardcor / New Zealand / $4,050
10. CaSchaadt / Denmark / $2,850
1,432 entrants made up the October 26 $200 + $15 buy-in tournament, initiating the Party Poker overlay mechanisms to make up for a more than $20,000 prize pool shortage for the 36th consecutive week.
For the first time in more than 2 months, Party Poker’s biggest regular tournament ended in a deal. After a hyper-speed final table which featured a mere 49 hands played, the remaining three players at the final table arrived at deal divvying up more than $113,000 in prize pool.
For a complete analysis of the October 26 Party Poker 300K follow this link: Second Guesses