Wednesday, 9 March 2011
Radoslav Prucha has won the latest leg of the Paradise Poker Tour that took place in Prague earlier this week.
The Czech player defeated a field of 230-runners in the €550 buy-in event and pocketed a first prize of €30,000. Prucha overcame a massive chip deficit to defeat fellow Czech Luboš Galuška heads up, sealing the deal after calling down a massive bluff from Galuska while holding middle pair.“It’s an amazing feeling to have won here in Prague. I’ve been playing poker for a number of years so to win an event like this is fantastic. In many ways the feeling of being the winner is even better than the money! I really enjoyed it; the event was really well-organised and I think it’s a great idea, giving normal players the chance to experience a big tournament like this.” The final table positions and payouts were as follows:1 Radoslav Prucha €30,0002 Luboš Galuška €21,3003 Mariusz Chrusciel €14,0004 Tibor Boros €9,1505 Bernd Wachter €6,0006 Salim Alibas €4,9007 Ivan Buchbauer €4,1008 Jiri Vojta €3,5009 Petr Hlavacek €2,900Madrid is the venue for the next leg of the Paradise Poker Tour which is scheduled for 28th April until 1st May. Satellites are up and running at ParadisePoker.com.Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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