EAPT Prague

EAPT Prague

8th - 14th Dec 2017
€500,000 GTD
($565,325 GTD)

EAPT Prague

EAPT Prague

8th - 14th Dec 2017
€500,000 GTD
($565,325 GTD)

EAPT Prague

€500,000 GTD 8th - 14th Dec 2017

EAPT Prague was a huge success, with lots of Poker in and around Prague, it was an important and competitive time for the EAPT. The first Live Day 1 showed poor signs, only scratching into the early 100 entrants, of 500 needed. The second day, as expected, picked up the heat! We had a massive turn out, and the €500,000 guarantee was totally smashed. In the end, 825 total entrants saw the prizepool sore to new heights, a now €783,750 prizepool was to be split amongst now 98 players, with the winner, Jerome Sgorrano taking the lions share of €126,500. 

  • Event Winners
    Main Event

    Jerome Sgorrano

    Main Event

    Winning Hand:

    Winners Prize: €126,500

    King's Super High Roller: €1M Gtd [8-Max] (Day 2 Late Reg - 15:10)

    Johannes Becker

    King's Super High Roller: €1M Gtd [8-Max] (Day 2 Late Reg - 15:10)

    Winning Hand:

    Winners Prize: €500,000

    High Roller

    Andrey Novak

    High Roller

    Winning Hand:

    Winners Prize: €117,365

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Festival Highlights

Jerome Sgorrano - 1st Place (€126,500)

Here is your winner of the 2017 EAPT Prague Main Event: Jerome Sgorrano!

The Belgian international topped a field of 825 runners to claim the EAPT Prague Trophy and €126,500 in prize money!

Having started the day as chip leader, it wasn't always plain sailing as he lost a couple of big pots on his way to the final table, making him one of the shorter stacks. He was relatively quiet on the final table, doing well to stay out of Snejberg's way whilst picking up important pots, who pretty much single-handedly knocked out four opponents to take the pair heads up. 

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Josef Snejberg - 2nd Place (€106,500)

Josef Snejberg is our 2nd place finisher!

It's Snejberg's biggest ever live score, besting his recent $34,000 win at the partypoker Caribbean Poker Party in Punta Cana in November. Primarily from an online background, "jobekr" the Czech international made an infrequent entry to the live scene for this tournament, to eventually outlast a field of 823 other players to reach heads-up, an accolade in itself. 

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Snejberg Doubles Up

Josef Snejberg had been grounded down to 20,000,000 at the start of the last hand with Sgorrano.

The action went limp/check pre-flop, with Sgorrano with the chip lead on the button.

By the turn on , Snejberg had 11,000,000 behind and was put all in on the rivered

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Heads Up Paused

The players are currently discussing the idea of a deal again. If a deal is agreed, the players must play for €20,000 in accordance with the partypoker tournament rules.

Currently, the chips stacks are just about even. Sgorrano looks to have slightly more with 41,500,000 against the 41,000,000 Snejberg has.

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Sgorrano Takes the Lead

On a board of , Snejberg paid 4,500,000 on the river in an already 8,500,000 pot to see Sgorrano roll over .

Sgorrano now out in front with over 50,000,000, Snejberg down to around 20,000,000.

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