After 11-and-a-half-hours of play on the EPT Deauville Main Event final table, Vadzim Kursevich from Belarus was the last man standing after defeating Paul Guichard, from France, heads-up.
The Main Event attracted 782 players (3,753,600 prize pool) to the Casino de Deaville last year and Frenchman Remi Castaignon ended up winning the whole thing for a first prize of 770,000; the High Roller was won by Vojtech Ruzicka (from Czech Republic) who overcome.In the end, it was Bulgaria's Ognyan Dimov who clawed to the top of the 592-player field to claim the championship, the slyde watch, and 543,700 in first-place prize money.Despite being unable to gain any momentum, Parlafes continued to play at a high level, even correctly folding the second nuts to Dimov's nut straight.Bielskis was unfortunate enough to shove over the top of an open from Buhr, only to find that the latter held the.Hand 189: Dimov showed just the and opened for 325,000.Now, Kapalas sits in a great spot to take Greece back-to-back titles in Deauville!On 2nd and 3rd place are Vladimir Geschkenbein with 155,000 chips and Martin Kabrhel with 152,200 chips.Winners, in terms of the main event, 474 runners were responsible for increasing the prize pool to 500,544 euros.Bielskis' was in dire need of improvement in order to stay alive and have a shot at the title.The on the flop was already making things very exciting, and the on the turn ended it right there.These are the 8 players that will fight for the first prize of 847,00 today.In other words, it seems like there will be a huge prize pool this time.In the end, Carlino tabled ace-king and was looking to improve against Bielskis' pocket jacks to stay alive.On the flop and Dimov checked.Parlafes folded and Dimov took the pot.Parlafes opened his button to 425,000 only to have Dimov three-bet the action to 1 million.The Main Event has a buy-in casino charlevoix heure d'ouverture of 5300 and will be played between 20th-24th January 2009.World Poker Tour Deepstacks Deauville, deauville is a beautiful place in the northwest part of France.Hand 183: Parlafes with on the button limped.
Those events included the World Poker Tour DeepStacks High Roller tournaments (17:00h, buy-in: 1,800200 euros) the Ladies event with a modest buy-in of 9010 euros, and the Omaha Deepstack event with a 27030 euro buy-in.
Almost an hour later it was time for the next knockout.
The final table of EPT Deauville only included 1 really big name, Peter Eastgate, the Danish PokerStars Pro.
Pollak, who was coming off of an 11th-place finish in the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event, took home 187,550 for his impressive fourth-place finish.