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   Monday, February 26 2024 
Nordine Bencheik bested the 341-player field and win - BPT Bordeaux 2015

The Barrière Poker Tour (BPT) festival is back after four months of break. It run an enticing stop in Bordeaux last weekend, attracting a modest number of participants. Actually, the BPT Bordeaux seduces a field of 341 players (346 participants in 2014); Nordine Bencheik bested the pack to claim the first-place prize. By crushing Olivier Sintes in the heads-up, Nordine grabbed his very first but big win in such notable poker tournament. Worthy to be mentioned, Olivier Sintes came a long way to the ultimate clash after two double-ups. However, he failed to keep the pace, and eventually left the € 32,000 prize to Nordine Bencheik. Runner-up of the BPT Bordeaux Main Event, Sintes would console himself with € 20,800 of prize.

High-profile poker player “Brian Benhamou” secured the last-place on the podium for € 13,530. Nicolas Merceron fell to 4th place for € 9,570, followed by Killian Braud (5th, € 7,470), François Munoz (6th, € 6,080), Kévin Gouillot (7th, € 5,050), Olivier Gomez (8th, € 4,260), Eric Feriot (9th, € 3,740) and Saber Harrazi (10th, € 3,290). Speaking of the € 1,000 buy-in Masters, it saw 26 entrants in the race for the top payday. Matthew Lamagnère claimed the title along with the top prize of € 10,110 as he beat John Montury (2nd place, € 6,740) in the final showdown. After this BPT Gironde , the Tour will fly to Ribeauvillé and run the season’s third stop with a super Deepstack event from March 26 to 29.

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