European Poker Dublin Main Event Wins By Dzmitry Urbanovich
Urbanovich, who will be qualified to play in the United States for the WSOP when he turns 21 this summer season, topped a record field for the title. It was his tenth tournament win in general. When he completed runner-up in the EUR100,000 buy-in very high roller at the EPT Grand Final in Monte Carlo for $1,616,027, his most significant rating was in 2015.
As a result of the triumph, Urbanovich made 1,680 Card Player of the Year points, moving him into 8th place in general. He completed tenth in the rankings in 2015. He’ll likewise take house an extra $2 million inside bets from Vanessa Selbst if he handles to win 3 bracelets this summertime.
In order to protect the win, Urbanovich needed to withstand a three-year heads-up battle with German student Gilles Bernies. The 605-player field produced an overall prize pool of EUR2,934,250. The last 87 players made the cash, consisting of notables such as Christoph Vogelsang (84th), David Vamplew (82nd), Liv Boeree (74th), Fabrice Soulier (71st), Andrew Chen (68th), Anthony Zinno (62nd), Mike McDonald (60th), Gaelle Baumann (55th), Timothy Adams (51st), Nick Petrangelo (40th), Pierre Neuville (34th), Anton Wigg (31st), Dominik Panka (29th), Luca Pagano (17th) and Adrian Mateos (10th).
He is just 20 years old, Dzmitry Urbanovich has actually currently cemented himself as one of the leading players on the international tournament circuit. On Saturday, the Polish poker pro included another $632,279 to his lifetime profits for winning the European Poker Trip Dublin main event, bringing his overall live winnings to almost $4.2 million. That figure makes him Poland’s leading poker winner ever, by almost double his closest opponent, Dominik Panka.