Tournament Report: WSOPC, WSOPE, EPO and more

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Sep 25, 2012 Posted in Tournament News, WSOP News | No Comments »

The World Poker Tour and the European Poker Tour may not be in action at the moment, but there is still A LOT of tournament action taking place around the globe. The World Series of Poker is double-dipping as the Circuit Series is in Bossier City for a $1,500 Main Event while the World Series of Poker Europe is just getting started over in Cannes. This week also saw a PokerStars Pro win the English Poker Open, and the GUKPT London tournament winner crowned.

World Series of Poker Europe

Results for Event #1: €2,700 NLHE 6-Max tournament

1. Ben Mahmoud – € 147,099

2. Yannick Bonnet – € 90,884

3. Matan Krakow – € 63,671

4. Senh Ung – € 44,913

5. Roberto Romanello – € 31,925

6. Sylvain Ribes – €22,876

15 players to compete for Bracelet in Event #2: €1,100 NLHE tournament today

1. Antonin Teisseire – 269,500

2. Antonio Esfandiari – 264,000

3. Ashly Butler – 179,500

4. Valentin Detoc – 174,000

5. Joe Kuether – 160,500

6. Remi Bollengier – 136,000

7. Florian Ciuro – 124,000

8. Salvatore Bonavena – 86,000

9. Anthony Pons – 86,000

10. Jamel Haddad – 85,000

11. Amaury Detoc – 82,500

12. W.J. Vincent – 74,000

13. McLean Karr – 61,000

14. Casey Kastle – 54,500

15. Igor Kalinicenko – 41,000

World Series of Poker Bossier City Main Event

The 2012/2013 WSOPC stop in Bossier City saw Jeff Gibralter capture his first major tournament by defeating the 396 player field.

1. Jeff Gibralter — $133,648

2. Jay Diaz — $82,590

3. Cliff Fisher — $60,349

4. Abraham Araya — $44,809

5. Seneca Easley — $33,789

6. Pete Rios — $25,861

7. Jesse Maupin — $20,084

8. Mark Burford — $15,819

9. Jim Parker — $12,636

Mickey Petersen wins the 2012 English Poker Open

It was a star-studded field and a star-studded final table at the English Poker Open, and one of the biggest stars in the world of online poker came out victorious as Mickey “Mement_Mori” Petersen captured the 2012 EPO title. Petersen is a member of PokerStars Team Online and is considered one of the best young tournament players in the game.

1. Mickey Petersen — £78,660

2. Chris Bjorin — £49,690

3. Surinder Sunar — £35,880

4. Jamie Roberts — £28,290

5. Nicola Lategano — £20,700

6. Ben Jackson — £15,180

7. Niels Ladefoged — £10,350

8. Thomas Laumier — £8,280

9. Igor Kurganov — £6,210

Robin Keston wins the GUKPT London Main Event

A total of 315 runners turned-up for the GUKPT London Main Event this weekend, with the tournament’s outcome taking some three-hours of heads-up play to decide. In the end it was Robin Keston who triumphed over Daniel Rudd (keep an eye on that name as he has put up some impressive results recently) to win the title.

1. Robin Keston £84,310

2. Daniel Rudd £55,910

3. Nathan Lee £37,010

4. Ramsey Ajram £22,050

5. Matthew Davenport £16,700

6. Andrew Seden £13,540

7. Simon Deadman £10,400

8. Huseyin Houssein £7,880

9. Elliot Panyi £5,980

The GUKPT will now head to Luton for a tournament series beginning on October 14th.

 

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