Sergio Castelluccio, an Italian professional poker player has won the prestigious world poker tour Brussels. He collected an amount of €105,000 being winner of the tournament.
WPT national Brussels of buy-in €1,200 attracted 489 players including some of top European poker players, but it was Italian Castelluccio did the job and pocketed the first prize as well as title of the championship.
Sergio Castelluccio has now over $2 Million in live tournament earnings, and this was one of his largest wins in recent months.
The runner-up of the event was Greece’s Dimitrios Kalaroutis, who pocketed €73,515 from the title being second.
Final table of the game included players named as Matthew Roberts, José Astima, Michal Mrakeš and Victor Choudeaux, mostly from European nations.
The first player busted from the table was a player named as Matthew Roberts, who moved out at ninth place and collected €10,500 from the table.
Eighth, seventh and sixth places of the match belongs to players named as Koen Lauwereys – €13,880 and José Astima – €17,430 and Victor Choudeaux, who pocketed €21,025 from the game.
1st: Sergio Castelluccio – €105,000
2nd: Dimitrios Kalaroutis – €73,515
3rd: Michal Mrakeš – €46,220
4th: Slaven Popov – €34,500
5th: Osman Ihlamur – €26,140
6th: Victor Choudeaux – €21,025
The heads-up of the game was among top two remaining players such as Castelluccio and Dimitrios Kalaroutis. The final table of the game lasted for over 10 hours, however the heads-up took place at least 90 minutes to decide, who would be the winner of the game.