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   Friday, June 14 2024 
EPT Copenhagen 2010: A young Swede won the title

The European Poker Tour Copenhagen 2010 was won by the Swede Anton Wigg. After a head's up which seemed interminable and too boring face to the Italian player Francesco De Vido, he takes the place of the Finn Jens Kyllonen, former titleholder. Anton Wigg pocketed the check of 492,450 Euros for this victory. We could qualify this last face-to-face as monotonous, he waited until the 230th hand to offer a little action. Throughout the meeting, the Italian has opted for a super tight strategy of game, but at this moment, he decided to pull out the heavy artillery and aise 325k. The Swede did not let him back over and follow and raise with 825K.

After several minutes of reflection, the Italian pushed all his chips in the middle. Wigg pays without hesitation and shows a pair of queen. As for Vivo, he opened an ace and a nine without much conviction, then everyone thought that the European Poker Tour was over. But the gods of poker decided differently, and thanks to a board which showed two aces, giving a set to Vivo, the game was going to continue. But the miracle does not happen twice to the Italian. After he has announced another all-in, he finished in the second place on the European Poker Tour and won 304,850 Euros. As for the French, they were 2 players still competing among the 24 last participants, the one the least expected reached the final table. Yoriane Kerignard was able to qualify after the Day 4. He finished at the fourth place in the tournament.

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