After the insanity Kevin “ImaluckSac” MacPhee wins EPT Berlin

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Mar 08, 2010 Posted in EPT News | No Comments »

With news of a 6-figure robbery stealing the headlines, many of us in the poker world seem to have forgotten there was still a tournament to be played in Berlin Germany. The Berlin stop on the EPT which shattered the record for the largest tournament ever in Germany, and came close to eclipsing the EPT record set in San Remo, unfortunately fell by the wayside amidst the absolute lunacy of the robbery  that took place.

For the tournament itself, with its massive €1 million first prize, it was the lone American left in the tournament, poker pro Kevin MacPhee, who was able to outlast a table of European poker players. The win is the first major title, and payday, for the young poker pro better known as “ImALuckSac” online.

Money and accolades aside, MacPhee will forever be able to state, “I was the guy who won that tournament that was robbed in Berlin!”

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