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Vadzim Kursevich Wins European Poker Tour Deauville Main Event.Buy Pokerist Chips

Date: 2013-04-06 Hits: 219

After eleven-and-a-half-hours, Pokerist Chips.the European Poker Tour Deauville €5,300 main event final found its champion. Vadzim Kursevich became the first Belarusian to win an event on the Tour and his victory over a total of 888 opponents saw him receive €875,000 for a valiant performance.

Kursevich, who finished fifth in last September’s World Championship of Online Poker main event, dominated play in the latter stages and eventually took out France’s last man standing, 19-year-old Paul Guichard. Guichard was one of 477 French players making up the field and the last of five French finalists. He had started the day as chip leader but Kursevich doubled through him early on when his A-K beat Guichard’s A-Q for more than 7 million in chips.Buy Pokerist Chips.

The next few hours saw a determined Kursevich moving up and down the chip counts as he actively pursued the title. In that time the player most eyes were on at the start of the day, Luca Pagano, met his end at the hands of Vuong Than Trong. Trong was also a strong challenger for the title and looked dangerous as he approached threehanded play. At this stage however, Kursevich was the new owner of all the 100,000 plaques in play and looked unstoppable.

Following Trong’s departure, Kursevich held 23 million in chips to Guichard’s 3 million, and it didn’t look like it was going to be too long before he totally cleaned up.

No one said it would be easy however – Guichard doubled up twice to bring the counts closer together as a French champion looked more and more possible. But Kursevich held on to his dream and made it a reality following an explosive final hand. Kursevich raised to 500,000 on the button and Guichard made it 1,250,000 from the big blind. Kursevich called and the flop fell JSpade Suit 7Heart Suit 5Diamond Suit. Guichard bet 625,000 and Kursevich called to see the 9Heart Suit turn. Guichard made it 1,325,000 this time and following some time to think, Kursevich moved all in. The Frenchman snap-called and turned over 5Heart Suit 5Spade Suit for a set. Kursevich tabled 6Heart Suit 3Heart Suit and didn’t have to wait too long before one of his outs hit the river, the 8Club Suit.

Kursevich, who finished third at EPT Berlin last season, said, "I can’t really believe it. It’s like a dream. A lot of times, you finish 28th, fifth, even second – and you think ‘What do I have to do to be the champion’ but when you are, it’s the best feeling in the world.”Pokerist Chips

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