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Last updated on 2018-07-14.


Tony Dunst is the new WPT champion!

Sometimes a storyline at a World Poker Tour final table writes itself and that was certainly the case at the World Poker Tour Caribbean Main Event in St. Maarten. The Caribbean provided the setting while the plot was driven by Tony “Bond18” Dunst. Bond18 took home his first WPT title on Sunday and he captured the prize at the Casino Royale. You can’t make this stuff up.
As 747 jumbo jets landed in the background at Princess Juliana Airport, Dunst put on a clinic at the final table. He began play as the chip leader and never looked back as he stormed to victory.

Robbie Bakker was relatively inactive during the first stretch of play at the final table but he got aggressive 34 hands into play when he moved all in from the small blind on the river with the board reading A1052Q. Dunst called under the gun with J10 and the flush cracked Bakker’s pocket aces (AA). Bakker took home $28,700 in prize money as the sixth-place finisher and Dunst increased his chip lead.

Champions Club member Giacomo Fundaro then doubled up thru Dunst before the next elimination sailed into port. Zoltan Purak was all in preflop with 88 against the AQ of Dunst and the board was dealt 52510Q. Dunst made a pair of queens on the river to score his second elimination at the final table and Zoltan was awarded $35,900 in prize money for fifth place.
The next big pot was another double up sandwiched in between the eliminations and this time it was twice-over Champions Club member Marvin Rettenmaier who survived an all in against Dunst. The next time Marvin moved all in he would not be so lucky. Marvin’s last stand was made with J8 in the hole against the AJ of Severin Schleser. The board ran out AK2710 and Rettenmaier took home $46,800 in prize money in fourth place.

On Schleser’s final hand he five-bet shoved all in to end a raising war against Dunst and then the two players tabled their hands. Dunst was ahead with AK and Severin was dominated with AQ in the hole. The board fell K10894 and Severin was eliminated in third place, good for $63,500.

his made Dunst a huge chip leader at the start of heads-up play with 4,790,000 over the 940,000 of Fundaro. That lead took a hit when Fundaro doubled up just three hands into the final match. Fundaro shoved all in on a board reading J649J with A3 in the hole. Dunst called with 42 but his flush was behind the nut flush held by Fundaro. That pot gave Fundaro 2,550,000, but Dunst was still in the lead with 3,180,000.

On Hand 115 at the final table Tony took control of the match once again. Dunst bet 530,000 into a pot worth 800,000 with the board reading J1033A and Fundaro called. Dunst turned over A3 for a full house and Fundaro mucked his cards. Dunst held 5,345,000 after the hand and Fundaro was decimated with just 385,000 remaining.

Five hands later it was all over. Dunst moved all in preflop holding J2 and Fundaro called with K3 in the hole. The final board of the tournament was dealt J9266 and Dunst earned his spot on the WPT Champions Trophy. Fundaro was awarded $100,000 as the runner up and Dunst took home the lion’s share of the prize pool worth $145,000. Congratulations Tony!

1st: Tony Dunst – $145,000
2nd: Giacomo Fundaro – $100,000
3rd: Severin Schleser – $63,500
4th: Marvin Rettenmaier – $46,800
5th: Zoltan Purak – $35,900
6th: Robert Bakker – $28,700


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