Sergio Marti Aguilar wins GSOP Greece

Sergio Marti Aguilar wins GSOP Greece

Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Cannes wasn't the only place that was hosting top class tournament action on the continent this weekend with 347 players gathering in Greece for the latest leg of the Grand Series of Poker.

After three days of action it was Sergio Marti Aguilar who took the title and with it a first prize of €78,447. The Spaniard beat a final table that included the UK's Ally Squire before beating Bulgarian Stefan Genchev in a blink and you'll miss it heads up encounter.

With stacks almost even the chips hit the middle with Genchev's KQ crushed by Aguilar's AK. The board provided no solace for Genchev who was forced to settle for €50,512 for his runner up finish.

The final table positions and payouts were as follows:

1st Sergio Marti Aguilar €78,447
2nd Stefan Genchev €50,512
3rd Lima De Carvalho €35,588
4th Ally Squire €27,552
5th George Tzimas €20,664
6th Stylianos Pantelakis €16,072
7th Timotheus Grall €12,628
8th Anders Vind €10,500
9th Dimitrios Vlahos €8,801

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Tags: Grand Series of Poker, GSOP, Sergio Marti Aguilar, Ally Squire