Raigo Aasmaa wins GSOP Live Prague

Raigo Aasmaa wins GSOP Live Prague

Tuesday, 13 December 2011

The Prague Poker Festival has drawn to a close with Raigo Aasmaa winning the Grand Series of Poker Live event in the Czech capital.

This year's GSOP Live proved to be the biggest in the history of the tour with plenty of big names who played in the EPT and WPT events making it a hat trick of big tournament entries. In the end it was Estonia's Raigo Aasma who was top dog overcoming a two to one chip deficit to defeat last month's Partouche Poker Tour finalist Roger Hairabedian heads up.

1. Raigo Aasmaa €80,000
2. Roger Hairabedian €70,000
3. Kimmo Kurko €60,000
4. Piotr Madej €36,664
5. Christopher Kiefert €27,631
6. Mark Adorjanyi €21,255
7. Ville Salmi €16,738
8. Grudi Grudev €12,753
9. Emmanuel Obregon €9,830

The GSOP heads to Salzburg in Austria from 1st to 4th February. Qualify for the €1,500+€150 Main Event with some juicy sign up bonuses at Bet24, Betfair and bwin.com.

Tags: Raigo Aasmaa, Roger Hairabedian, GSOP Live, Prague Poker Festival