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Martin Kabrhel Wins Gold Bracelet at WSOPE Turbo Bounty Hunter Event #3

Event #3 of the schedule of this year’s edition of the World Series of Poker Europe poker festival just finished and the third gold bracelet found its new owner. His name is Martin Kabrhel and he demonstrated unsurpassed poker skills at the €1,100 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo Bounty Hunter Event #3. The King’s Casino in Rozvadov was where the poker tournament took place and the Czech player received €53,557 for his excellent performance on the felt.

This event brought the third out of eleven gold bracelets which are up for grabs and a total of 325 entries were ready to lay their hands on it. With the help of the relatively large buy-in, all poker players gave their share to make the total prize pool the impressive €214,337 and there were some 92 re-entries which also assisted with the swelling of the cash stacks. However, only the top 49 positions on the leaderboard reached the coveted prize pool and shared what it had on offer.

Some of the poker players which could not make it to the payout were pros with extensive experience in the poker world, to the likings of Barny Boatman, who has two gold WSOP bracelets in his career, Ismael Bojang, who was a finalist at the Monster Stack WSOP Event, Jeff Lisandro, and Maxim Lykov. They and much more had to leave the gaming tables before the dinner break, which resulted in less than one-third of the field remaining to run for the top positions in the tournament.

Final Table Participants

Among them was the eventual winner Martin Karbhel who showed his best game.The Czech poker player was confident in his chances to win the coveted by many gold bracelet and he showed it with his attitude towards the game. The final table of nine comprised of some of the most proficient poker players present, among which Viktor Kovachev from Bulgaria, who finished in the ninth position and received €3,232, as well as Salvatore Camarda from Italy, going home €22,159 richer.

The runner-up position was reserved for Germany’s Philipp Caranica, who was placed there after a dynamic heads-up duel against Kabrhel and received €33,094 for his deep run in the tournament and great performance on the fabulous final table in the venue. Following the win, Kabrhel stated that he feels at home in the premium casino venue and it means the world to him that he has won his third WSOP bracelet at this venue.

Almost all of the live poker events he has participated in have been at the King’s and he has also won his two WSOP Circuit rings there. He said that up next for him in the schedule of WSOPE are the rest of the bracelet events, in which he will enter, as well as the Main Event and the One Drop Event.

 Author: Benjamin Barry

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