Jeremy Palvini crushed a 573-player field to claim the 2014 DSO Gruissan title
The DeepStack Open Gruissan concluded on Tuesday night with Jeremy Palvini sealing the win. Indeed, it took five days of poker battle plus 10 hours of suspense for the winner to emerge from the final table. The battle began at 01:00 PM and ended late in the evening, just before 11:00 p.m. 573 players took part in the event, but only 28 men would make it through the penultimate day, and 9 of who were qualified for the ultimate title race. Christophe Deville was the first player to join the bench. His 9th place allowed him to cash 6,200 of prize though. Mohamed Kreri waved bye bye to the DSO Bruissan poker tournament at 8th place for 7500; he was shortly followed by Roman Lewis (7th, 9,000), Julia Vassort (6th, 11,000), André Comemale (5th, 14,000) and Florian Bridier (4th, 18,000).
Fallen in the 3rd place for 23,000; Xavier Detournel paved the way for Palvini Jeremy to meet Frank Rusco in the heads-up. Jeremy Palvini eventually won over Russo after a knotty clash of exception. For his first-place finish, Palvini was awarded 46,140. His overall career earnings are now estimated at $ 300,000. Runner-up Frank Rusco amassed 33,000 as a consolation prize. Recall that the DSO Gruissan is the ultimate leg of the DSO season V. After Barcelona, Cannes, Saint Amand, Costa Brava, Sanremo, Aquitaine and Gruissan, next up for the DSO poker circuit is the DSO Paris Grand Final from January 14 to 18, 2015 at Casino de Forges-Les-Eaux.
Wednesday, 12 November 2014
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