Roundup Of The Last Events In 2012

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With 2013 literally just a week away, there are now no tournaments of note going on in the poker world, with the last of them having been played out during the last few weeks. We had the WPT China, a few events in Prague and then the Snowfest event in Austria topping things off in December.

We have decided to bring you a rundown of those events, who won them, who made the final tables and the amounts that were won.

WPT National China Sanya

Event Buy-In:  $1,500

Players: 550

Prize Pool: $701,055

How it Finished:

Zhenghua Lei – ($192,290)

Yue-jian Wang – ($96,145)

Sam Razavi – ($48,073)

Yue Cao – ($32,048)

Lei Xu – ($24.036)

Li Fu Liu – ($19,220)

Xue Yi Lin – ($15,223)

Zhi Yong Li – ($12,819)

Jiahe Li – ($9.615)

 

PokerStars Snowfest ME

Event Buy-In: $1,322

Players: 194

Prize Pool: $248,824

How It Finished:

Marius Prospiech – ($66,113)

Alexander Zaja – ($41.652)

Toby Lewis – ($23,576)

Marcel Koller – ($19,305)

Christophe de Meulder – ($16,132)

Tibor Janus Nagygyoery – ($13,233)

Jean-Francois Prud’homme – ($10,578)

Hans Hofmann – ($8,463)

Daniel Hoenig – ($6,611)

 

Borgata Poker Guaranteed Series

Event Buy-In: $1,000

Players: 382

Prize Pool: $370,540

How It Finished:

Alexander Queen – ($100,049)

Shawn Busse – ($55,581)

Tom Dobrilovic – ($34,460)

Sean Lippel – ($27,791)

David Kim – ($21,491)

Catherine Dever – ($18,156)

James Meo – ($14,636)

Richard Rossetti – ($10,931)

Mickey Woll – ($7,411)

 

PPT Prague Main Event

Event Buy-In: $1,983

Players: 261

Prize Pool: $502,137

How It Finished:

Alessandro Longobardi – ($132,227)

Peiro Pallassini – ($79,072)

Davide Costa – ($55,231)

Irina Batorevich – ($37,156)

Gianiuca Sisi – ($29,216)

Mirko Frattini – ($22,849)

Giacomo Badoino – ($16,264)

Peter Hlavacek – ($11,789)

Gianpaolo Eramo – ($8,793)

 

Foxwoods (Mega Stack) Challenge XXVI

Event Buy-In: $1,090

Players: 217

Prize Pool: $229,434

How It Finished:

David Stefanski – ($52,539)

Timothy Reilly – ($40,448)

Jose Pena –($25,811)

Guiseppe Ruvolo – ($19,066)

Ross Santos – ($14,339)

Martin Lang – ($10,944)

Henry Robinson – ($8,467)

Marty Groenic – ($6,653)

Johanna Storella – ($5,309)

 

Sands Bethlehem Deep Stack

Event Buy-In: $135,000

Players: 188

Prize Pool: $500,000

How It Finished:

Chris Klodnicki – ($135,000)

Edward Pham – ($84,000)

Richard Allen – ($51,000)

Coury Mascagni – ($37,500)

William Tonking – ($28,000)

Joseph Tracy – ($23,000)

Timothy Chang – ($20,250)

Micah Raskin –($17,750)

Mike Schoultz – ($15,000)

 

With these events all out of the way now, it leaves us all looking forward to some big events that are being run in January next year. We have the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, the Aussie Millions amongst a few others to get the year off to a bang.

Until then, I guess we have to put our poker addictions on hold for a week or so, eat lots of food and drink plenty of alcohol.