Belgiums Bart Lybaert notched the win - 2015 FPS Lille
The France Poker Series Lille battle has just been concluded with a non-France citizen winning the trophy. It was Bart Lybaert of Belgium who emerged victorious in the FPS Lille Main Event. He beat Frances Jamel Hassani in the heads-up. The Bart Vs Jamel clash actually lasted about 90 minutes for sixty hands played. Invincible, Bart Lybaert came up victorious of the clash and was awarded the top prize of 122,000. This is his biggest win and second career cash following his 1st-place finish in the 2013 Eureka Main Event. Runner-up of the poker tournament, Northern France native Jamel Hassani wouls console himself for 85,300. Finishing 3rd-place is Sonny Franco. He cashed 60,100. The other final-tablists are Arthur Conan (4th, 45,600), Julien Bottollier (5th, 36,100), Romain Paon (6th, 27,400), Romain Morin (7th, 20,100), Matti Konttinen (8th, 15,100) and Eemil Tuominen (9th, 12,100), the first man to be sent to the rail in the final table.
The FPS Lille Main Event attracted a field of 745 players, including 276 on Day 1A, 387 on Day 1B and 82 on Day 1C. The event has guaranteed 103 In The Money places for a minimum gain of 1,930. When the bubble burst, it was Thierry Luksenberg who fell to being the Bubble-Boy while Benjamin Clery was the first participant to make the money. A number of big names walked away empty-handed. Include the likes of Erwann Pecheux (16th), Christophe De Meulder (17th), Roger Hairabedian (36th), Greg Hairabedian (52nd), Anthony Lievens (65th), Nicolas Le Floch (90th) and Nicolas Dervaux (91st).
Tuesday, 28 July 2015
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