EPT9 Berlin: Emil Eranosyan runs best to win €550 PLO for €14,000

Before arriving in Berlin, Emil Eranosyan had clocked up the equivalent of $20,582 in live tournament cashes. Yesterday, following two days of six-handed PLO play, Eranosyan pretty much doubled that amount beating Aleksandras Rusinovas heads up.

Rusinovas has had more previous success at the tournament tables, not least of all when he finished 5th in the UKIPT Galway Main Event for €24,150. The psychology student has obviously put his learning to good use. You can read up on that UKIPT Galway final table report here.

EPT9 Berlin, event #10
Date: 20-21 April 2013
Buy-in: €550
Game: PLO 6-max double chance
Players: 132
Prize pool: €64,020


Emil Eranosyan

1. Emil Eranosyan, Russia, €14,000
2. Aleksandras Rusinovas, Lithuania, €12,460
3. Phillip Mighall, UK, €12,730
4. Horst Riedlinger, Austria, €5,100
5. Nikolaos Panopoulos, Greece, €4,150
6. Benjamin Bischoff, Germany, €3,200
7. Klaus Johannes Gortz, Germany, €2,560
8. Wilhelm Sascha, Germany, €1,920
9. Sasha Zaja, Germany, €1,500
10. Gerd Willi Wandel, Germany, €1,500
11. Armin Zoike, Germany, €1,300
12. Peyman Luth, Germany, €1,300
13. Marc Moebius, Germany, €1,150
14. Tomas Schwarz, Germany, €1,150

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