EPT9 Deauville: Benjamin Juhasz takes down the €2k to book a €57,800 win

February 09, 2013

Every stop on the EPT is jam-packed full of events and sometimes chunky scores can sail by almost without notice. Just take a look at Benjamin Juhasz who notched up the first win of his live poker career – and his biggest score to date – with a €57,800 first place win over Simon Mattsson. German Sebastian Gohr, who’s been putting in some good appearances this season, and EPT London runner-up Steve O’Dwyer both made the final table.

EPT9 Deauville, event #29
Date: 8-9 February 2013
Buy-in: €2,200
Game: NLHE
Players: 86
Prize pool: €165,120


Benjamin Juhasz

1. Benjamin Juhasz, Hungary, €57,800
2. Simon Mattsson, Sweden, €33,020
3. Saul Berdugo, France, €19,810
4. Lionel Cohen, France, €14,860
5. Sebastian Gohr, Germany, €11,560
6. Julien Di Pace, France, €8,260
7. Vasili Firsau, Belarus, €6,600
8. Steve O’Dwyer, USA, €4,950
9. Enver Abduraimov, Ukraine, €4,130
10. Andras Kovacs, Hungary, €4,130

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