Vladimir Geshkenbein, from Russia, is the new EPT Snowfest champion! After beating Kevin Vandersmissen, who started the final table in a huge lead, heads-up he received the first place prize of €390,000 and a seat in the Champion of Champion event.
The 2011 EPT Snowfest in Hinterglemm, Austria, has now come to an end. It has been a great tournament with lots of action from start to finish. T[...] Read more » EPT Snowfest: Vladimir Geshkenbein takes down the tournament for €390,000
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 41 (M)
What a huge turnaround this must have been in the final table, or at least in the heads up. Vandersmissen was leading with big advantage from all others and then he lost to Geshkenbein. I have got to go look for some hands of this final table to see if i understand this better. It looks like a small tourney i did with some friends also on saturday night.
i dont think he is the best... watch negreanu... he won over 12 million and beat isildur1 headsup!!! Furthermore there are several player which have ten times more earnings!! i dont understand why you say that!
Joined: May '08
Age: 50 (M)
Posted by D9e7J0aV8u: i dont think he is the best... watch negreanu... he won over 12 million and beat isildur1 headsup!!! Furthermore there are several player which have ten times more earnings!! i dont understand why you say that!
Joined: Mar '11
Age: 29 (M)
I guess the reason for mentioning his future within poker is related to his age Of course you can't forget the real hardcore players like Negreanu and so on.. But "Beyne" is a man of the future! As far as I remember, he's only 22
And to explain the Russian-Swiss thing.. The was born in Russia, grew up in Swiss and now lives in Malta