Watching poker. WPT Germany 2020

We continue to recall the most interesting festivals of the recent past. We have already suggested that you watch a series of super high rollers in Sochi and WPT Russia-2020, and now we want to go beyond the boundaries of Sochi Casino and invite you to King’s Casino, which is located in Czech Rozvadov. WPT Germany was held there in February.

We bring to your attention the broadcast of the second, third and final day of the Main Event with a buy-in of € 3,300. Comment Dmitry Shakhov and Andrei Budykin. Enjoy it!

WPT Germany 2020 Main Event | Day 2

 

In day 2, Maxim Panyak, who regularly participated in distributions, did not let us get bored, and in fact he became the third co-commentator and constantly entertained the table.

In addition to Panyak, WPT Russia champion Alexei Badulin, as well as Gia Shuluhiya and Roman Timergazin, appeared at the TV table. The game in day 2 continued until it got into ITM.

WPT Germany 2020 Main Event | Day 3

 

Ready for the marathon? The broadcast of the third day was conducted over 10 hours! At this stage, 73 players remained in the game, including Gia Shuluhiya, Maxim Panyak, Alexander Chernikov, Roman Timergazin, Ivan Volodko, Oleg Okhotsky, Nikolai Kostyrko, Taras Khilko and Oleg Vasilchenko.

Our attention was again riveted on Schuluhiy, who again appeared at the TV table. Of course, we supported the Russian regular, but at the same time we enjoyed creative poker from local players. Day 3 was not only long, but also hot and interesting!

WPT Germany 2020 Main Event | Final day

 

And here is the denouement! Who will get € 270,000? There are nine players left in the game, including Hossein Ensan. His performance was the main intrigue of the final day, because the current champion of the WSOP Main Event could arrange the prestigious Triple Crown title. Ensan has one of the best stacks, but the online leader is online star Gianluca ‘tankanza’ Speranza.

In addition, two Czechs, two Dutchmen, a German, a Serb and a Hungarian were at the final table. Did one of the favorites win or did the player with a short stack manage to sit out the opponents and get to heads-up? You won’t get a quick answer, but if you have a few hours to watch the decisive day of WPT Germany, we promise that you will spend this time with great interest.

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