Ukrainian Khoroshenin Takes Down EPT Vienna

Oleksii Khoroshenin denied Anthony Ghamrawi’s chance to win EPT Vienna on home soil in a marathon final table on Saturday.

Khoroshenin entered heads-up play with a commanding 20-6 chip lead against Ghamrawi and didn’t waste his opportunity.

After 45-minutes of battle Khoroshenin finally landed the knockout blow when he turned a king-high flush.

Thanks to a three-way deal Khoroshenin walked away with €578,392 for first-place while Ghamrawi earned €446,481.

The biggest winner, at least financially, was actually third-place finisher Marko Neumann who picked up €638,127 and definitely got the best of the deal.

Bulgarian Pro Simeon Naydenov Places Sixth

Simeon Naydenov
Simeon Naydenov
 

The day didn’t go quite as well for Bulgarian pro Simeon Naydenov.

Naydenov, who won a WSOP bracelet last summer, lost a crucial coin flip with ace-jack against Ghamrawi’s pocket sevens.

The Bulgarian earned €151,000 for his efforts but no doubt had his eyes on the bigger prize.

The European Poker Tour now heads to San Remo on April 14-20 with the EPT Grand Finally in Monaco taking place shortly thereafter.

Here are the complete final-table payouts (*represents three-way deal):


  • 1 - Oleksii Khoroshenin, Ukraine, €578,392*
  • 2 - Anthony Ghamrawi, Austria, €446,481*
  • 3 - Marko Neumann, Germany, €638,127*
  • 4 - Pablo Gordillo, Spain, €262,150
  • 5 - Timo Pfuzenreuter, Germany, €203,900
  • 6 - Simeon Naydenov, Bulgaria, €151,000
  • 7 - Frei Dilling, Germany, €108,100
  • 8 - Rumen Nanev, Bulgaria, €77,000

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