Daniel Daniyar wins WPT Amsterdam Main event for €152,600

By | May 15, 2017

Daniel Daniyar wins WPT Amsterdam Main event for €152,600Daniel Daniyar, a professional poker player from Kazakhstan has won the prestigious world poker tour Amsterdam Main event of buy-in €3,300. It was the Season XVI of WPT Amsterdam to which Daniyar did great and topped total field size of 224 players.

The player collected a sum total of amount €152,600 and a $15,000 seat into the season-ending WPT Tournament of Champions, while the runner-up of this game was a pro poker player named Louis Salter who made €106,710 ($116,314) from the tournament.

This is the first time in the history of the country when a Kazak player has lifted any world poker tour title.

As mentioned earlier the tournament received 224 entries from all over the world and from players of the European countries. The tournament took place at Holland Casino in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Third position of this match belongs to a pro poker player known as Jan Jansma, who took home a good total of amount €65,570 ($71,471) as winning share.

Daniyar was very happy and pleased after winning this career’s first evenr big tournament in Amsterdam. He said that “I have never played in America before and this win will take me to that place”, I am very excited and looking forward to play in world poker tour tournament of champions.

WPT Amsterdam Final Table Results

1st: Daniel Daniyar – €152,600 ($166,344)
2nd: Louis Salter – €106,710 ($116,314)
3rd: Jan Jansma – €65,570 ($71,471)
4th: Shyngis Satubayev – €39,885 ($43,475)
5th: Jorn Walthaus – €30,800 ($33,572)
6th: Jonathan Rozema – €25,525 ($27,822)

Daniel Daniyar also said that ,it was a tough game for me and specially in the heads-up round , when me and Louis Salter were playing against each other. It feels great, he added.

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