Pot Limit Omaha of WSOP Europe Goes to Richard Gryko

By | October 14, 2015

The event#3 of ongoing WSOP Europe 2015 belongs to a pro Richard Gryko. The event was for €3,250 Pot-Limit Omaha, to which Richard played out a real good game and topped the players rankingRichard Gryko Wins 2015 WSOP Europe €3,250g. The world series of poker Europe for the year 2015 is currently in process at Spielbank Berlin Casino, a top casino destination of the world. The first two gold bracelets for the event#1 and Event#2 were players from Germany that is Makarios Avramidis and Dietrich Fast.

Richard earned his first ever gold bracelet and a very good amount of €126,345 as winning total. The total number of players participating to the game was 161 and they generated a cash pool prize of €468,510. Out of total 161 players 31 players’ advances to play for the next day of the gaming.


Gryko was very happy and enjoying the moment after winning his careers first ever gold bracelet by World Series of poker championship. He was very excited and said that “now is the time to celebrate things. I was a good player (Playing good) since I’m playing the game to various tournaments but somehow I’m not being able to get this kind of great result and when it is happening with me I am really happy” he added.

Gryko was very close to win a gold bracelet back in the year 2009 of the same poker festival, WSOP Europe where he got out dramatically and booked for fifth position.

Here are some other players booked for good cash prizes as their rankings :-

First Place/Position:- Richard Gryko – €126,345

Second Place- Mike Leah – €78,150

Third Place of pot Limit Omaha of WSOP#3 is for player named Mikkel Plum, collected €55,755
Fourth Position: – Roberto Romanello, took home €40,480 as cash earning.

Fifth Position is for a player Lawrence Lazar, got total cash of €29,940.

Sixth Position of the Event#3:- Benjamin Pollak – €22,535

7th Position in terms of ranking and earning:-Max Pescatori – €17,240
8th Position goes to a player named Ismael Bojang who took home €13,445