European Poker Tour season 6 results

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Below are the results of season 6 of the European Poker Tour (EPT).

Results[edit]

Ukraine EPT 6 Kiev[edit]

  • Casino: Palace of Sports, Kiev, Ukraine[1]
  • Buy-in: €4,700 + €300
  • 6-Day Event: August 18, 2009 to August 23, 2009
  • Number of buy-ins: 296
  • Total Prize Pool: €1,391,200
  • Number of Payouts: 40
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Russia Maxim Lykov €330,000
2nd Ukraine Alexander Dovzhenko €220,000
3rd Russia Vitaly Tolokonnikov €140,000
4th Russia Arthur Simonyan €100,000
5th Poland Lucasz Plichta €80,000
6th Netherlands Ad Schaap €60,000
7th Germany Torsten Tent €45,000
8th Belarus Vadim Markushevski €30,000

Spain EPT 6 Barcelona[edit]

  • Casino: Casino Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain[1]
  • Buy-in: €8,000 + €300
  • 6-Day Event: September 4, 2009 to September 9, 2009
  • Number of buy-ins: 479
  • Total Prize Pool: €3,832,000
  • Number of Payouts: 72
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st United States Carter Phillips €850,000
2nd United Kingdom Marc Goodwin €530,000
3rd Spain Santiago Terrazas €300,000
4th Romania Mihai Manole €250,000
5th United Kingdom Asa Gregory Smith €200,000
6th Finland Toni Ville Ojala €160,000
7th Canada Matt Lapossie €120,000
8th Greece Georgios Kapalas €80,000

United Kingdom EPT 6 London[edit]

  • Casino: Hilton London Metropole, London, England[1]
  • Buy-in: £5,000 + £250
  • 6-Day Event: October 2, 2009 to October 7, 2009
  • Number of buy-ins: 730
  • Total Prize Pool: £3,540,500
  • Number of Payouts: 104
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st United States Aaron Gustavson £850,000
2nd Denmark Peter Eastgate £530,000
3rd Germany Nikolai Senninger £285,000
4th Norway Martin Gudvangen £227,000
5th United Kingdom Dominic Cullen £173,000
6th Portugal Rui Milhomens £124,000
7th Taiwan Raymond Wu £87,000
8th France Karim Bennani £50,100

Poland EPT 6 Warsaw[edit]

  • Casino: Casinos Poland Hyatt Regency, Warsaw, Poland[1]
  • Buy-in: 23,500 + 1,500 PLN
  • 6-Day Event: October 20, 2009 to October 25, 2009
  • Number of buy-ins: 207
  • Total Prize Pool: 4,770,500 PLN
  • Number of Payouts: 24
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st France Christophe Benzimra 1,493,170 PLN
2nd Italy Alfio Battisti 834,840 PLN
3rd Ukraine Oleksandr Vaserfirer 500,900 PLN
4th Italy Luca Pagano 357,790 PLN
5th Ukraine Ruslan Prydryk 295,770 PLN
6th Canada Clayton Mozdzen 233,750 PLN
7th Russia Alexander Klimashin 186,050 PLN
8th Russia Anatoly Gurtovoy 133,570 PLN

Portugal EPT 6 Vilamoura[edit]

  • Casino: Vilamoura Casino, Vilamoura, Portugal[1]
  • Buy-in: €5,000 + €300
  • 6-Day Event: November 17, 2009 to November 22, 2009
  • Number of buy-ins: 322
  • Total Prize Pool: €1,561,700
  • Number of Payouts: 48
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Portugal Antonio Matias €404,793
2nd Belgium Pierre Neuville €257,681
3rd Canada Jeff Sarwer €156,170
4th Czech Republic Jan Skampa €117,128
5th Portugal Joao Silva €78,085
6th France Michel Abecassis €62,468
7th United States Ryan Franklin €46,851
8th Russia Andrei Vlasenko €31,234

Czech Republic EPT 6 Prague[edit]

  • Casino: Golden Prague Poker Hilton Prague Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic[1]
  • Buy-in: €5,000 + €250
  • 6-Day Event: December 1, 2009 to December 6, 2009
  • Number of buy-ins: 586
  • Total Prize Pool: €2,930,000
  • Number of Payouts: 80
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Czech Republic Jan Skampa €682,000
2nd Israel Eyal Avitan €454,000
3rd Sweden Stefan Mattsson €255,000
4th France Anthony Roux €171,000
5th Republic of Ireland Larry Ryan €135,000
6th Italy Luca Pagano €100,000
7th Sweden Gustav Ekerot €71,000
8th Germany Sven Eichelbaum €55,500

The Bahamas PokerStars Caribbean Adventure[edit]

  • Venue: Atlantis Resort & Casino, Paradise Island, The Bahamas
  • Buy-in: $10,000 + $300
  • 7-Day Event: January 5, 2010 to January 11, 2010
  • Number of buy-ins: 1,529
  • Total Prize Pool: $14,831,300
  • Number of Payouts: 224
Final table
Place Name Prize
1st United States Harrison Gimbel $2,200,000
2nd United States Ty Reiman $1,750,000
3rd United States Barry Shulman $1,350,000
4th United States Benjamin Zamani $1,000,000
5th United States Ryan D'Angelo $700,000
6th Norway Aage Ravn $450,000
7th United States Zachary Goldberg $300,000
8th United States Thomas Koral $201,300

France EPT 6 Deauville[edit]

  • Casino: Casino Barriere de Deauville, Deauville, France[1]
  • Buy-in: €5,000 + €300
  • 6-Day Event: January 20, 2010 to January 25, 2010
  • Number of buy-ins: 768
  • Total Prize Pool: €3,686,400
  • Number of Payouts: 104
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st United Kingdom Jake Cody €847,000
2nd Romania Teodor Caraba €516,000
3rd Canada Mike McDonald €295,000
4th United States Craig Bergeron €221,000
5th Romania Claudius Secara €165,000
6th France Stephane Albertini €129,000
7th France Michael Fratty €92,000
8th Denmark Peter Eastgate €70,000

Denmark EPT 6 Copenhagen[edit]

  • Casino: Casino Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Buy-in: DKK 35,000 + DKK 2,250
  • 5-Day Event: February 16, 2010 to February 21, 2010
  • Number of buy-ins: 423
  • Total Prize Pool: DKK 14,212,800
  • Number of Payouts: 56
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Sweden Anton Wigg DKK 3,675,000
2nd Italy Francesco De Vivo DKK 2,275,000
3rd Norway Morten Klein DKK 1,400,000
4th France Yorane Kerignard DKK 1,050,000
5th Denmark Richard Loth DKK 715,000
6th United Kingdom Roberto Romanello DKK 570,000
7th Denmark Morten Guldhammer DKK 425,000
8th Denmark Jesper Petersen DKK 282,800

Germany EPT 6 Berlin[edit]

  • Venue: Grand Hyatt Hotel at Potsdamer Platz, Berlin, Germany[1]
  • Buy-in: €5,000 + €300
  • 6-Day Event: March 2, 2010 to March 7, 2010
  • Number of buy-ins: 945
  • Total Prize Pool: €4,725,000
  • Number of Payouts: 144
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st United States Kevin MacPhee €1,000,000
2nd Finland Ilari Tahkokallio €600,000
3rd France Marc Inizan €350,000
4th Poland Artur Wasek €280,000
5th United Kingdom Ketul Nathwani €210,000
6th Switzerland Marcel Koller €165,000
7th Germany Marko Neumann €120,000
8th Germany Nico Behling €72,000

Austria EPT 6 Snowfest[edit]

  • Casino: Alpine Palace Card Casino, Salzburg, Austria[1]
  • Buy-in: €3,500 + €250
  • 6-Day Event: March 21, 2010 to March 26, 2010
  • Number of buy-ins: 546
  • Total Prize Pool: €6,853,680
  • Number of Payouts: 80
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Denmark Allan Bække €445,000
2nd Canada Russell Carson €296,000
3rd Germany Johannes Strassmann €166,000
4th Romania Alain Medesan €111,000
5th United States Brent Wheeler €88,000
6th United States Jonathan Schroer €65,000
7th Austria Lukas Baumann €46,000
8th Netherlands Daniel Van Kalkeren €37,000

Italy EPT 6 Sanremo[edit]

  • Casino: Casino Sanremo, Sanremo[1]
  • Buy-in: €5,000 + €300
  • 7-Day Event: April 15, 2010 to April 21, 2010
  • Number of buy-ins: 1,240
  • Total Prize Pool: €6,014,000
  • Number of Payouts: 184
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st United Kingdom Liv Boeree €1,250,000
2nd Sweden Jakob Carlsson €750,000
3rd Finland Toni Pettersson €420,000
4th United Kingdom Michael Piper €345,000
5th Russia Alexey Rybin €270,000
6th Italy Giuseppe Diep €210,000
7th Italy Claudio Piceci €150,000
8th Bulgaria Atanas Gueorguiev €90,000

Monaco EPT 6 Monte Carlo Grand Final[edit]

  • Casino: Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort, Monte Carlo, Monaco[1]
  • Buy-in: €10,000 + €600
  • 6-Day Event: April 25, 2010 to April 30, 2010
  • Number of buy-ins: 848
  • Total Prize Pool: €8,480,000
  • Number of Payouts: 128
Final Table
Place Name Prize
1st Lebanon Nicolas Chouity €1,700,000
2nd Austria Josef Klinger €1,000,000
3rd Lithuania Dominykas Karmazinas €700,000
4th France Herve Costa €500,000
5th Canada Andrew Chen €400,000
6th Belarus Aleh Plauski €300,000
7th France Roger Hairabedian €200,000
8th France Mesbah Guerfi €140,000

Wins and Finals by country[edit]

Place Country Wins Seats at Final Tables
1st United States United States 4 14
2nd United Kingdom United Kingdom 2 8
3rd France France 1 11
4th Russia Russia 1 7
5th Denmark Denmark 1 6
6th Sweden Sweden 1 4
7th Portugal Portugal 1 3
8th Czech Republic Czech Republic 1 2
9th Lebanon Lebanon 1 1
10th Canada Canada - 6
Germany Germany - 6
Italy Italy - 6
13th Romania Romania - 4
14th Finland Finland - 3
Norway Norway - 3
Ukraine Ukraine - 3
17th Austria Austria - 2
Belarus Belarus - 2
Netherlands Netherlands - 2
Poland Poland - 2
21st Belgium Belgium - 1
Bulgaria Bulgaria - 1
Greece Greece - 1
Republic of Ireland Ireland - 1
Israel Israel - 1
Lithuania Lithuania - 1
Taiwan Republic of China - 1
Spain Spain - 1
Switzerland Switzerland - 1

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "European Poker Tour Season 6 results". theHendonMob.com. Retrieved 2010-04-24.