Being a professional poker player could be an awesome way to make great amount of money and that’s why people from across the world love the game of chance.
Nick Petrangelo, a pro poker player from United States is the one who did a great job at EPT#13 Barcelona. As you know the European poker tour season #13 in underway in Barcelona, which is receiving hundreds of entries for each and every event.
Petrangelo won the event#7 of the tournament and collected the first prize of amount €413,000. The tournament was €10,000 buy in single re-entry, which attracted 240 players. Out of which 195 entries were unique, and 45 were re entrants. Total prize pool for the event was €2,328,000.
The final table was set after two long days of play, whereas the champion of title was decided on third day after another 12 hours of play. Final four hours of the game was in between just three remained players but ultimately Nick Petrangelo was the one who won his first major championship title at WPT Barcelona.
Top 55 finishers of the event took home at least €11,410 as winning share from the tournament. German Manig Loeser was at 55th Position and collected €11,410 as winning prize.
Alexandru Papazian, a pro poker from Romania was finished his journey to tenth place and collected €38,640. Meanwhile Igor Yaroshevskyy, of Ukraine becomes ninth position holder for €45,630.
The final table of the game included some of the top pros from various countries such as Yang Zhang (china, who was eliminated to eighth position for €57,270), Kitty Kuo of Taiwan, who finished at sixth place and made €101,500 from the tournament, Marcin Chmielewski from Poland, Pavel Plesuv (maldova) and Enzo Del Piero of Unied Kingdom.
The money day took place on its time and the first elimination from the table was of Chinese Yang Zhang (€57,270), then goes UK’s Enzo Del Piero, who was able to made €75,900, being at seventh place.
Sixth position was for Kitty Kuo (€101,500) and Moldova’s Pavel Plesuv was at fifth place for (€134,100).
Russian Roman Korenev, was doing well at the table before busted to fourth place with an amount €173,670.
The three handed game continued till four long hours and then the championship was decided. The three handed game included Estonian Markku Koplimaa (third for €220,230), Marcin Chmielewski, the runner up from Poland, who took home €285,410, and Nick Petrangelo of the United States, who got off with €413,000.