EPT9 Grand Final: Zachary Korik wins career-best €152,020, Bonomo misses podium
American grinder Zachary Korik last night won the €5,300 NLHE 8-handed for €152,020, blowing out his previous career-best live score out the water. Korik made a three-way deal with Alejandro De Arruabarrena and PCA 2013 final tablist Andrey Shatilov after knocking out Juston Bonomo out of the big money. Bonomo still collected €54,900 so no need to shed any tears on his account.
EPT9 Monaco, event #9
Date: 8-9 May, 2013
Game: NLHE 8-handed
Prize pool: €732,350
1. Zachary Korik, USA, €152,020
2. Alejandro De Arruabarrena, Argentina, €130,470
3. Andrey Shatilov, Russia, €151,710
4. Justin Bonomo, USA, €54,900
5. Asker Aloev, Russia, €43,900
6. Elior Sion, UK, €36,600
7. Andras Nemeth, Hungary, €29,300
8. Brendon Rubie, Australia, €22,050
9. Fady Kamar, Lebanon, €16,300
10. Mikhail Korotkikh, Russia, €16,300
11. Martin Finger, Germany, €14,600
12. Adrian Aston, UK, €14,600
13. Alex Bilokur, Russia, €13,100
14. Thomas Petit, France, €13,100
15. Kyle Cheong, Australia, €11,700
16. Dan O'Brien, USA, €11,700
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Rick Dacey is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.