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EPT Malta: David Peters Wins The High Roller And €597,000!

Tags: David Peters, EPT Malta, Ivan Luca.
Posted on Monday, March 30, 2015 by "T".

The final day of the €10,300 High Roller saw 18 players returning to the tables on Saturday. All were guaranteed €32,300 each, but, of course, everyone's eyes were on the first-place prize of €597,000!

After several intensive hours of play and a well-needed dinner break, the last four players returned to the final table: Artem Metalidi, Viacheslav Goryachev, David Peters, and Ivan Luca. The latter two played most of the hands and made it to heads up.

Peters (10.6 million) and Luca (4.55 million) were both guaranteed €397k each before the battle started. They talked about a deal for almost half an hour, but the €200k left to play for remained untouched since they couldn't agree on anything. 

It didn't take long before Peters's lead had increased by another 2 million. Luca had only 2.6 million chips left and decided to move all in once being dealt ace-eight off-suit. Peters called with pocket fours. A four fell on the flop and the remaining two cards didn't help Luca. David Peters celebrated his first EPT title with his friends, who had been cheering for him from the rail throughout the final table.

€10,000 + €300 EPT High Roller Single-Re-entry 8-Handed
Entrants: 304 (235 + 69 re-entries)
Prize pool: €2,979,200
Places paid: 39

1. David Peters (United States) €597,000
2. Ivan Luca (Argentina) €397,000
3. Viacheslav Goryachev (Russia) €290,500
4. Artem Metalidi (Ukraine) €234,500
5. Charlie Carrel (United Kingdom) €183,800
6. Nick Petrangelo (United States) €139,000
7. Igor Yaroshevskyy (Ukraine) €102,000
8. Sylvain Loosli (France) €75,000

source: pokerstarsblog


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5 comments for "EPT Malta: David Peters Wins The High Roller And €597,000!"

 doubletop7773/30/2015 9:33:17 AM GMT
Many congratulations to David Peters on taking home the first prize of $597,000 after winning this prestigious event. Also congrats to Charlie Carrel on reaching the final table
 klash233/30/2015 2:53:04 PM GMT
I was surprised to see that there were not any of the supposedly big players on the final table in this high roller.
David Peters is not a name I can remember seeing much of but he has been around a very long time and won $5million in live tournaments.
 StS54/2/2015 2:16:30 PM GMT
I have been watching the heads up of the Malte WPT final table with the two frenchman playing there. I have heard, that they made a deal of some kind concerning the prize money, but did not quite get it. Does anyone know the details?
 bowie19844/6/2015 1:42:19 AM GMT
Posted by klash23:
I was surprised to see that there were not any of the supposedly big players on the final table in this high roller. David Peters is not a name I can remember seeing much of but he has been around a very long time and won $5million in live tournaments.

Many eastern europeans too. Who can remember any Igor from Ukraine winning some money? PS is full of them...
 Skpmorita4/6/2015 9:07:45 AM GMT
congrats to winner
the difference is really small between poker superstars and the average pro player
so i wasnt surprised to see david take it down
EPT win is great achievement .. not just about the money
i guess he is gonna try to go for a triple crown now
maybe someday we see a mobster name there

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