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Vadzim Kursevich wins EPT Deauville (€875,000)

Tags: ept deauville, luca pagano, Paul Guichard, Vadzim Kursevich
Posted on 07 February 2012 by "T".

After 11-and-a-half-hours of play on the EPT Deauville Main Event final table, Vadzim Kursevich from Belarus was the last man standing after defeating Paul Guichard , from France, heads-up.

Guichard had a narrow lead to Kursevich when the final table began. However, when the heads-up began between the two, Kursevich had a massive 23 million to 3 million lead, and it didn't take many hands before it was over. For the win Kursevich received an amazing €875,000 while Guichard got €557,000.

Now you might wonder what happened to Luca Pagano? Well, he sat down at the final table quite short stacked and, unfortunately, it didn't take long before he found himself in trouble and finished 7th place for €110,000. This was his 7th EPT final table and 20th cash, but still not a single win. Well, it's probably just a matter of time before he will get his first EPT title. He really deserves it!



EPT Deauville: Luca Pagano ready for his 7th EPT final table

Tags: EPT Deauville, final table, france, luca Pagano, Paul Guichard
Posted on 06 February 2012 by "T".

The European Poker Tour Deauville Main Event is now finally down to a last table with 8 players. Paul Guichard, from France, holds the narrow lead over Vadzim Kursevich from Belarus. Guichard, who's known as one of the best players on, began the last day before the final table with 1.7 million. About 6 hours later, he had turned that stack into amazing 5,955,000.

The hottest name on the final table is of course Team PokerStars Pro Luca Pagano. This is his 20th cash and his seventh EPT final table. Today he will bring 2,010,000 to the final table and is second to last in chips. But with his final table experience he's still one of the favorites to take down the tournament.

There are some amazing cash prizes on the final table today. The winner will get a stunning 875,000 Euro, while the second place finisher gets 557,000 (could easily be the first prize in any major tournament). All the remaining players are guaranteed to get away with at least 67,200 each.



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