2015 WPT Vienna Main Event: Konstantinos Nanos claimed the win
The World Poker Tour Vienna Main Event concluded with Konstantinos Nanos claiming the top prize. Actually, six players returned to Montesino Vienna Card Casinos poker room to battle it out for the final table. The winner came out after only 81 hands were played. It would take about 5 hours of play for Konstantinos Nanos to grab the first-place prize of 150,000 home. In addition to the cash and the championship ring, Nanos was awarded a 15,400 pass to participate in the upcoming WPT World Championship. Entering the ultimate day as a chipleader, Austrias Vladimir Krastev failed to stand out from the pack. He eventually fell to second place after a tough heads-up against Germanys Konstantinos Nanos. With an impressive chip advantage over his eventual heads-up opponent, Krastev could have emerged victorious of this poker tournament. After all, he cashed 103,000 as a consolation prize.
Sotirios Koutoupas was the first final-table finisher to join the bench. He earned 29,500 though. The Greekman managed to double up Thomas Bichon in the third hand but eventually found his own run cut a few hands later. Gaëlle Baumann and Thomas Bichon were the only survivors representing France in this Viena leg of the 2015 World Poker Tour series. Gaelle Baumann finished 5th place for 35,500. As for Thomas Bichon, he crushed several heads before falling to 3rd place for 65,000. Vladimir Krastevs compatriot Andreas Freund was the 4th-place finisher. He headed to Montesino Vienna Card Casinos exit with 49,000 of prize.
Thursday, 19 March 2015
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