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EPT Berlin Winner took the last seat in PartyPoker Premier League V

Tags: Ben NeverScaredB Wilinofsky, ept berlin, party poker premier league.
Posted on 04 April 2012 by "T".

In ended up being EPT Berlin winner Ben "NeverScaredB" Wilinofsky from Canada who grabbed the last seat in the prestigious PartyPoker Premier League - after beating Melaine Wiesner heads-up in the second qualification tournament (the first was won by Mathew Frankland).

In PartyPoker Premier Leauge, Wilinofsky will face an extremely tough field that includes amazing players such as Sam Trickett, Daniel "Jungleman12" Cates, Vanessa Selbst, Patrik Antonius and Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier.

PartyPoker Premier League kicks off today and will run until the 10th this month. 14 pros are taking part in the tournament and lots of money is at stake since $200k extra will be added to the final table and all the players have paid $125k buy-in to enter the tournament.

We will keep you updated from start to finish!


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2 comments on "EPT Berlin Winner took the last seat in PartyPoker Premier League V"

 Fakiry04/04/2012 13:43:56 GMT
My only advice to Wilinofsky is that he must hang on tight to his nickname so he can deal with those opponents. Just for looking at the names, it’s already a bit scary, now imagine taking part in a tourney against them… If he thinks about this as a life time experience, although he can already have had others similar, he can probably find a way to end in front of some of them, also because other players will help him in this battle: it’s a one against all in each case, everybody wants to go the far possible.
 gymmy99905/04/2012 19:35:06 GMT
Congratulations to him.. But let's see him from now ..with all those good players that he will have to face.. I don't know, seems difficult even reading those heavy names. But maybe he will get lucky and no one will gonna beat him lol. How Doyle would say in this situation:> May the flop be with you< and the luck I would add lol. Does anyone know if I can see the match, somewhere? on PartyPoker site or somewhere else? Thak you

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