France's Hugo Larachiche developed successful after absolutely commanding the last table, thumping out four players inside a hour and a half of play and at last vanquishing Japan's Kazuma Fujiyama in a speedy heads-up experience of only seven hands to end the record-breaking 2017 Winamax SISMIX Main Event.
The third and last day of the occasion saw 18 survivors out of a 1,078 in number field come back to the tables in the castle working of the Casino de Marrakech. Play was continued soon after 1 p.m. neighborhood time. It was the fourth time the Winamax SISMIX set sail at the excellent Es Saadi Resort in Marrakech and the first run through to break the bar of 1,000 runners. At the point when Davidi Kitai won the inaugural SISMIX Main Event three years back for 630,000 MAD, the competition had 670 passages. A year ago's release saw another Winamax Team Pro, Bruno Lopes, best a field of 901 sections.
The begin of Day 3 rapidly observed the 18 player field decrease to two tables inside the initial couple of hours of play. The ends continued coming at a rankling pace. It took under four levels of play before the last table was set. That occurred with the end of a short stacked Ivan Deyra, who's expert four couldn't best the jack-deuce of Larachiche. Five of the seven last table players began moderately approach in chips, with Spaniard Hector Gonzales barely holding the chip lead over Fujiyama. Frenchman Florent Vaz Martin came in with the most brief pile of 15 major blinds, and he was additionally the first out as he ran ruler jack into the expert lord of Paul Guichard, who might keep on river quads.
The by hit the rail was Rakesh Lalwani. The Indian pushed his last 1.1 million chips to the center holding pro five yet Fujiyama woke up behind him with a couple of jacks, and they held up to score the knockout of Lalwani. The previous EPT Deauville runner-up Guichard was disposed of soon after because of Larachiche, and that kickstarted Larachiche's steamroll of the last table. Only a couple hands later, he thumped out nearby player Said Haho in fourth place to hold more than 80 percent of the chips and play. With three players left, Gonzales and Fujiyama were both frantically attempting to remain in conflict for the trophy, yet Larachiche was relentless. At last, previous chip pioneer Gonzales would pass up a major opportunity for the heads-up duel, as his expert ten missed the mark to Larachiches ruler jack.
With a mind-boggling 9-to-1 chip lead, the Frenchman was in post position to take the trophy, and the heads-up kept going close to 10 hands before Larachiche was delegated the champ. In the last hand of the day, Larachiche limped the catch and immediately called the push of his Japanese adversary.