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Posted on 02 Jan, 2018
By GS Admin
On 02 Jan, 2018
By GS Admin
On 02 Jan, 2018

Jordan Verbraeken wins German Poker Tour Main Event

Belgium’s poker pro Jorden Verbraeken ended his year on a very good note, taking down the GPT (German Poker Tour) Main Event at the Kings Casino Rozvadov, on the Czech Republic border. Verbraeken defeated a massive field of 1,048 players to win the event for €34,718 ($41,174, ~INR 26 lakhs).

This win of $41,174 turned out to be Verbraeken’s best live win, taking his total career earnings to $167,320. The €270 buy-in event was held at the Kings Casino, which is Europe’s biggest cardroom. There were 183 re-entries in the tournament, meaning that the €200k guaranteed prize pool was boosted up to €268,812, with many vying for the top prize.

The battle went on for a total of 4 days and not many who reached the final table went by their real names. Along with Verbraeken, Patrick Schuhl, TrAiAcHtSeKsA and chiKKita banAAna reached the final four and they cut out a four-way deal which meant that almost €10k was added to the prize money for the fourth placed contestant.

For Verbraeken, this would be the ideal way to celebrate Christmas and look forward to the upcoming year!

Final table results:

1) Jorden Verbraeken – € 50,777 (€ 34,718 due to deal)

2) Patrick Schuhl – € 30,940 (€ 31,260 due to deal)

3) TrAiAcHtSeKsA – € 21,935 (€ 28,914 due to deal)

4) chiKKita banAAna – € 16,559 (€ 25,319 due to deal)

5) VERITAS – € 13,118

6) Walter Matura – € 9,919

7) FUZZY – € 7,124

8) Milan Topoly – € 4,865

9) NIKO – € 3,844

For similar tournament victories and other news from the world of poker, keep watching GutshotMagazine.com!


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