EPT Deauville: High roller Vladimir Troyanovsky tops the €5k turbo, Wigg and Ladouceur settle for final table cashes

February 12, 2013

Vladimir Troyanovsky is a name that the EPT presenters are going to have to get used to saying. The Russian made a big splash at this year’s PCA when he finished second to Vanessa Selbst in the $25,000 High Roller for $792,180 and seventh in the $100,000 Super High Roller for $257,580. Not a bad haul for a week’s work.

His lifetime tournament cashes total is now up to $1,339,991 thanks to a €51,000 win in the €5k turbo, one of the closing events at EPT Deauville. Troyanovsky beat Dorin Rauta into second place leaving the highly rated duo of Anton Wigg (third, €20,00) and Marc-Andre Ladouceur (fourth, €13,200) just out of the big money.

EPT9 Deauville, event #36
Date: 9 February 2013
Buy-in: €5,250
Game: NLHE Turbo
Players: 27
Prize pool: €126,900


Vladimir Troyanovsky

1. Vladimir Troyanovsky, Russia, €51,000
2. Dorin Rauta, Romania, €35,000
3. Anton Wigg, Sweden, €20,000
4. Marc-Andre Ladouceur, Canada, €13,200
5. Ramin Hajiyev, Azerbaijan, €10,400

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