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mar
26

EPT Snowfest: Vladimir Geshkenbein takes down the tournament for €390,000

Tags: ept snowfest, Giacomo Maisto, Kevin Vandersmissen, Philp Meulyzer, Vladimir Geshkenbein
Posted on 26 March 2011 by "T".

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. The European Poker Tour will now take a break for 1 week before returning in Berlin.

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mar
25

EPT Snowfest - final table: Kevin Vandersmissen in a big lead!

Tags: ept snowfest, Giacomo Maisto, Kevin Vandersmissen, Philp Meulyzer, Vladimir Geshkenbein
Posted on 25 March 2011 by "T".

Today, the final table of the EPT Snowfest Main Event in Hinterglemm, Austria, will be played. All the finalists are guaranteed at least €35,000 each, but of course everyone will do everything in their power to lay hands on the first prize of €390,000.

Chip leader is the Belgian Kevin Vandersrmissen with 4,512,000 chips. It will be interesting to see whether or not anyone can stop him with so many chips. Well, of course anything is possible on a final table and especially when so much money is up for grabs. Now, let's hope for a very thrilling final table!

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mar
24

EPT Snowfest: 24 players left

Tags: ept snowfest, Giacomo Maisto, Philp Meulyzer, Vladimir Geshkenbein
Posted on 24 March 2011 by "T".

Day 3 of the EPT Snowfest Main Event is now concluded. 24 of 81 players made it through the day and they will return to play day 4 in a few hours. The one who will return with the biggest stack is Giacomo Maisto from Italy. Maisto managed to overtake former leaders such as Vladimir Geshkenbein (889k) and Philp Meulyzer (762k) and now he has 1,548,000 chips.

Team PokerStars pro Alex Kravchenko, from Russia, is the last big name in the felt. However, this doesn't mean that the rest of the tournament will be boring to watch/follow. All the remaining players have been playing extremely well so far, and since they are only hours away from the final table where some serious cash is up for grabs, we can expect them to play even better from now on.

 


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