EPT Prague Main Event finalists close deal

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The top three of the EPT Prague Main Event, which included two players from the CIS, made a deal, distributing the prize money before the end of the Main Event. According to the agreements between the poker players, the German Paul Michaels received 840 thousand euros, the Russian Alexander Merzhvinsky – 631.5 thousand euros, and the Ukrainian Artem Kobylinsky – 571.9 thousand euros. Thus, the winnings of the winner of the tournament did not exceed the amount of 1 million euros planned by the organizers.

The top 3 strongest players of the 2018 European Poker Tour Main Event in Prague have agreed on the distribution of prize money during a 15-minute break after Lithuanian Laurynas Levinskas was eliminated from the game. After that, the participants of the tournament continued to fight for the title of the winner and the Platinum Pass at the PokerStars Players NL Hold’em Championship (PSPC), which costs $30,000. Russian player Alexander Merzhvinsky was the first of the top 3 to leave the final table, and in heads-up the luck was with the German Paul Michaels. Second place Ukrainian Artem Kobylinskiy’s big win allowed him to nearly quadruple his total career earnings. EPT Prague Main Event Final Table Results Paul Michaels, Germany – €840,000 Artem Kobylinskiy, Ukraine – €571,910 Alexander Merzhvinsky, Russia – €631,500 Laurynas Levinskas, Lithuania – €316,600 Carlos Branco, Portugal – €242,560 Parker Talbot, Canada – €179,360

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