Wednesday, 3 October 2012
After a couple of month's on sabbatical at the Fox Poker the Big Game was back on home turf at the Palm Beach Casino on Monday with Matthew Perry taking October's title.
Not to be confused with the Friends star or the columnist formerly of this parish, this Matthew Perry outlasted a field of 56 runners to walk away with a first prize of £22,000.A hat tip too to Pratik Ghatge who continued his great run. The Londoner, who won the recent Unibet Open at Aspers and the Six Max Event at the GUKPT leg at The Vic added another £8,400 to his bankroll with a third place finish on Monday.The final table positions and payouts were as follows:1 Matthew Perry £22,4002 Martin Hogarty £11,2003 P Ghatge £8,4004 Marc Daubach £5,6005 Frank Soussan £3,9206 Peter Evans £2,8007 Victor Ilyukhin £1,680 Qualify for next month's £1,000+£80 Palm Beach Big Game at Genting Poker with a first deposit bonus of up to $2,000. Sign up here.
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