Sebastian Pauli knocked Kevin MacPhee out to claim the title - EPT London 2014
Germanys Sebastian Pauli rounded his poker stay in London off with a stunning victory in the European Poker Tour London (EPT). He bested a massive field of 675 players to win the £ 4,000 buy-in EPT London Main Event. Those who returned to the poker room of Grand Connaught Rooms for the final table included chip leader Sebastien Pauli, Kevin PacPhee (USA), Jake Cody (Britain), Arture Koren (Germany), Pablo Gordillo (Spain), Jakub Mroczek (Poland), Jonathan Bensadoun (France) et Kevin Killeen (Ireland). Unbeatable as he is, Sebastian cuts MacPhees second EPT title wish. Note that MacPhee emerged victorious in the 2010 EPT Berlin. Sebastian Pauli entered the face-to-face clash with 12,810,000 chips while his rival had 7,445,000 chips in hands.
With a considerable chip advantage over his rival, Sebastian put MacPhee under tough pressure until the final hand. Unable to reverse the trend, MacPhee eventually bowed to the German to fall to the second place. For his win, Sebastian Pauli cashed £ 499,700 of prize while runner-up Kevin MacPhee settled with £ 308,500 payout. Indeed, the audience witnessed a high-level of play in this final table of the 2014 EPT London poker tournament. It took several hours of battle to see the first player ousted from the table: Fallen to 8th place, Pablo Gordillo headed to exit for £ 51,900.He was followed by Jonathan Pensadoun (7th, £ 75,900), Jakub Mroczek (6th, £104,200), Jake Cody (5th, £133,800) and Arture Koren (4th, £168,900). Kevin Killeen fell to third place for £ 220,500 and somewhat paved the way for Germanys Sebastian and USAs MacPhee to battle out the heads-up.
Tuesday, 21 October 2014
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