year 2022 European Poker Tour in London The festival kicked off this week at Hilton Park Lane. The series of 49 events runs from 18-28 October, with the focus of the entire issue being the £5,300 main event to be held from 22-28 October.
Outside of the main event, there are tournaments at every price point in the schedule, and entry fees range from £330 to £50,000. The first of many high-level events shown took place on Thursday, 20 October, the first of several £25,000 No-Limit Hold’em one-day events attracted a field of 30 entries, creating the Prize total £720,300 ($806,954) American dollar).
American poker player Byron Kaverman took first place after nearly 13 hours of high-stakes excitement, taking home the trophy and first prize of $306,555. American dollar. This was the 42nd career score of six or more numbers achieved by Kaverman, A World Series of Poker Laureate bracelet from Ohio. He now has over $17.7 million in tournament earnings recorded to his name.
In addition to the title and money, Kaverman also earned 336 card player overall player points. This was his sixth place on the final table and his first title of the year. With $1,250,931 per year to date POY Earnings and 1,620 total points, Kaverman now sits inside the top 200 of 2022 POY sponsored race Global Poker.
Only the top five who took first place made money in this event. Wristband and high stakes winner Sam Greenwood beat the money bubble, as QJ ran in a K-9 fit for Steve O’Dwyer, making him squirt by the river. Greenwood was sent home in sixth place, ensuring the remaining five were cashed in for at least $76,642 American dollar.
That sum was eventually awarded to British bracelet winner Ben Heath, who called out everything from the big blind to just eight big blinds with a K-4. He was ahead of Kaverman’s J-3, which pushed him off the small curtain, but Heath was sent home in fifth.
the ruler WSOP . World Series of Poker Main event champion Espen Gorstad was next in the fall. He got all in less than three big initial blinds with QJ trailing Orpen Kisacikoglu’s K-8. The board improved none of the players and lost Gorstad in fourth place ($94,797 American dollar). This was his second POYThis year’s qualifying score, behind his World Championship win, is $10,000,000. He also won the tag-team event in WSOP . World Series of Poker Along with partner Patrick Leonard. Jorstad now sits in 25th place in POY ranking as a result.
Kisacikoglu scored another big elimination thanks to his small blind intensity of 10-9. Steve O’Dwyer called out from the big canopy for 11 large initial canopies suitable for a K-4. Kisacikoglu fumbled nine to take the lead and held from there to send O’Dwyer packing in third place ($131,096) American dollar). This was 2013 EPT Grand Final View the final table ninth for this year’s main event champion, with three wins along the way. He is now ranked 17th on POY Leaderboard.
The showdown match started with Kisacikoglu with a 2:1 lead over Kaverman. The early start saw Kaverman close the gap and then overtake the lead. He was able to expand his advantage to over 3:1 by the time the last hand was dealt. Unlock the boot of the button with J9 Kisacikoglu called A.6. The letter K is considered92 He flopped improved Kaverman to a pair of nines while giving Kisacikoglu a pull nut. 7 In return he changed nothing, leaving Kisacikoglu in need of a club or ace on the river to extend the tournament. Instead, 3 Complete the board, locking up the Kaverman title. Kisacikoglu earned $197,646 as a runner-up, increasing his tournament earnings to over $9 million in the process.
Here is a look at the payments and POY Points awarded on the final table:
Winner photo credit: Tomas Stacha / Rational Intellectual Holdings Ltd.