Nicolas Chouity wins EPT poker championship

Posted by Steve Ruddock on May 01, 2010 Posted in EPT News | 1 Comment »

Heading into the final table Nicolas Chouity had a massive chip-lead over the other seven players at the table; Chouity controlled about 40% of the total chips in play, and a nearly 3-to-1 chip advantage over his nearest competitor. Chouity didn’t let up at the final table and managed to dominate the table; knocking out six of the seven other players!

The online qualifier from Lebanon will walk away from the European Poker Tour Grand Final Championship with a massive €1.7 million payday –or perhaps he will stay in Monte Carlo and have some fun with his newfound wealth!

Here are the complete final table payouts:

1. Nicolas Chouity €1.7 million
2. Josef Klinger –€1 million
3. Dominykas Karmazinas — €700k
4. Herve Costa — €500k
5. Andrew Chen — €400k
6. Aleh Plauski  — €300k
7. Roger Hairabedian –€200k
8. Mesbah Guerfi  — €140k

There is one tournament still undecided from the last stop on the EPT tour, the $25,000 high-roller event with a strong contingent of poker pros heading into the final table. Among those vying for the title are new Titan Poker sponsored pro Sorel Mizzi; Tom “KingofCards” Marchese who seems to be at every high-roller final table; and Olivier Busquet.

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One Response to “Nicolas Chouity wins EPT poker championship”

  1. The Devil says:

    The devil approves of the new redesign of PNB – lol. Couldn’t find another place to post it, so deal with it…cuz it’s going here =)

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