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Martin Finger took home EPT Prague (€720,000)

Tags: ept prague, germany, martin finger.
Posted on 12 December 2011 by "T".

The 2011 EPT Prague main event has come to an end (the largest EPT Prague ever). The winner, Martin Finger from Germany, received amazing €720,000 for his achievement, and the runner-up, David Boyaciyan from Netherlands, received €535,000.

When the heads-up begun, Finger had a 4-1 chip lead over Boyaciyan and everyone thought that it wouldn't take long before he had all the chips. But Boyaciyan fought really hard and well and after 3,5 hours of play he had overtaken the lead from Martin Finger, who was in shock and tried to figure out what he was doing wrong.

However, everything came to an end a few hands later when both players went all in before the flop - Boyaciyan with 10 10 and Finger with Ace King. The board delivered a King and suddenly Finger had all the chips. Finger and his friends started celebrating the big win straight away, and probably the party is still going on! A big congratulations to the 2011 EPT Prague Champion, Martin Finger!

Final table payout:

1. Martin Finger, Germany, PokerStars qualifier, €720,000
2. David Boyaciyan, Holland, €535,000
3. Nicolas Levi, France, €270,000
4. Guillen Usero, Spain, €205,000
5. Denys Drobyna, Ukraine, €160,000
6. Ari Engel, United States, PokerStars qualifier, €125,000
7. Andreas Wiese, Germany PokerStars qualifier, €90,000
8. Mads Wissing, Denmark, €66,700


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6 comments for "Martin Finger took home EPT Prague (€720,000)"

 Fakiry12/12/2011 11:35:23 GMT
AK is always a tough task, but nice when the flop gives some help. This shold be the main reason why so many keep trusting so much on this hand. Its one of the most valuable hands pre-flop in terms of odds, and there are many pros who prefer to play with AK instead of AA, but if the table cards dont give us a help, its not worth to have to high cards against any pair in the hand. It ended up well this time.

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AK is always a tough task, but nice when the flop gives some help. This shold be the main reason why so many keep trusting so much on this hand. Its one of the most valuable hands pre-flop in terms of odds, and there are many pros who prefer to play with AK instead of AA, but if the table cards dont give us a help, its not worth to have to high cards against any pair in the hand. It ended up well this time.
 Macubaas12/12/2011 20:03:17 GMT
Big congratulations to Martin Finger, i actually heard once about him...

It was about a casino in Austria is i remember well where he played with other pros.
 alakz113/12/2011 02:21:52 GMT
@Fakiry, if AK is a tough task... how do u play deuces? XD
 GIOMi613/12/2011 09:02:13 GMT
Congratulations to the winner, what I have read the dutch man gave him some tough competition, but eventually lady luck decided the game.
 Greenpeez15/12/2011 18:12:18 GMT
great job, now enjoy ur winnings and gl in the next tourneys, hope to see more from him
 hulkborges30/12/2011 06:18:37 GMT
grand prize so I knew it was an excellent event, congratulations to those who reached the final table and especially the champion by the way is a major player in the future will be a presence in major tournaments as well

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