The $20,000 Epic Poker League Mix-Max Main Event wrapped this weekend, with Chris Klodnicki defeating a field of 100 to take the title.
For the win, Klodnicki banks just over $801k. He defeated Andrew Lichteberger heads-up for the title.
Joe Tehan, whose name still looks too much like “Tehran” for our liking, finished third ($306,800). Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi finished fourth ($174,640). The Intense Stare of Scott Clements went out early in fifth ($89,680).
Get a full final table recap here.
In related news, Epic held a number of prelim tournaments for the first time before their Main Event. Apparently everyone got confused that a “6-max” event only allowed six entries, as only six entered the $3k 6-Max event. McLean Karr took that down. Maria Baraco, a woman, defeated a field of 8 to win the $1,000 Turbo event.
* Photo Credit: Epic Poker