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   Monday, July 22 2024 
Berlin Cup : Victory of Pieter de Korver after 2 years of break

As aperitif for the fourth European Poker Tour in Berlin, the Berlin Cup was a great success. The first edition of the Berlin Cup gathered a field of 911 players who paid the € 1,100 buy-in. After a few days of fierce competition, the Dutch Pieter de Korver won the event after a head's up with the German Sebastian Gohr. The final table began with the eight survivors of this poker tournament: Jonas Garstick, Gokhan Onal, Eddy Scharf, Jonas Klausen, Sebastian Gohr, Anatoly Filatov, Pieter de Korver, Erik Scheidt, Esben Guenther and Vladimir Geshkenbein. The latter was the first one to leave the final table by pocketing € 16,870. He was followed by Gokhan Onal (€ 23,000), Erik Scheidt (€ 31,000), Esben Guenther (€ 41,000) and Jonas Garstick (€ 53,000).

The elimination of the Russian Anatoly Filatov allowed Sebastian Gohr and Pieter de Korver to meet in the final duel which quickly turned to the advantage of the Dutch. After a three-way deal, Pieter de Korver pocketed € 145,400 for his victory. The runner-up Sebastian Gohr cashed € 93,600 while Anatoly Filatov pocketed €126,000 for his 3rd place. This new victory allows Pieter de Korver to reconnect with the world of poker after a break of two years. As a reminder, the Dutch won the EPT Grand Final season 5 and achieved a remarkable performance during the Hold 'em Challenge Winter Edition in Namur and the Amsterdam Master Classics by finishing in the 2nd and 3rd place.

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