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   Tuesday, June 25 2024 
EPT Deauville 2013: € 770,000 for Rémi Castaignon

The trophy of the European Poker Tour (EPT) Deauville 2013 has been won by the French player, Rémi Castaignon. This amateur poker player of 29 years earned however his place in the main event of € 5,300 buy-in through an online qualifier. As well as seven other French players, Bertrand Grospellier, Jan Boubli, Pascal Perrault, Lucien Cohen, Ludovic Lacay and Arnaud Mattern, he adds so to the list of French players in possession of an EPT trophy. Note that Castaignon began the final table as chip leader. At the beginning, he had some difficulties with the attacks from the German Enrico Rudelitz. But it was with perseverance and calm that he climbed to victory with a reward of € 770,000.

It was the Lebanese Walid Bou Habib that Rémi Castaignon had as opponent in the final duel. The champion started the head's up with 6,000,000 chips more. While the Lebanese did his utmost until the end, he wasn't able to make up the advance of his opponent. He bagged the second prize of € 485,000. The Belgian Robert Romeo was awarded the bronze place with a prize of € 275,000 as consolation. And another French also qualified for the final table of the EPT Deauville 2013. This is Franck Kalfon, he occupies the 5 th place. The German Rudelitz lies at the 3rd plac while Joseph El Khoury, Noël Gaens and Jeffrey Hakim occupy respectively the 6th, 7th and 8th place. For the EPT, London will be the next step.

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