A pro poker player from Albania named Llani Albano has won the prestigious world poker tour’s national in Brussels and collected the first prize of amount €60,000 as well as the title of the championship. The tournament attracted 461 players from across the Europe and generated a total cash prize pool of amount more than €300,000.
But it was Albanian Llani Albano, who wins the championship title by defeating other 460 players. The minimum prize pool for the tournament was €300,000. Final table includes nine players and each of them took home at least €6,075 as winning prize.
The final table of the main took place at Grand casino and Hotel in Brussels. Total career live tournament earnings for the Albanian pro are now exceeds to €145,000, whereas the largest previous cash winning for the player was only €10,075.
The runner up of the game was Andre Elstermann, a professional poker pro from Germany, who took home €42,500.
Final Nine Players of the tournament were:-
Llani Albano wins the title of the championship and collected €60,000 + €1,100 Ticket to WPTN Valkenburg ME as winning prize.
A German pro Radoslaw Kopec was the runner up and collected € 42,500.
A Polish player Andre Elstermann got an amount € 27,200, being third in the list.
Quentin Roussey, a Frenchman was at fourth position and pocketed € 20,150.
Another player from france named Suat Uyanik collected € 15,100, being fifth.
Sixth, seventh and eighth places of the match belongs to players from Belgium Jeffrey Szlanyinka(€ 12,000), Paul Berende Netherland € 10,150 and Rachid Halimi from Belgium, who got away with a total winning share of amount € 8,085.
Meanwhile Geoffrey Mooney from Sydney, Australia was the first one to hit the rail he got busted to ninth position and collected € 6,075 as prize.