Anatoly Filatov Wins 2017 partypoker LIVE German Poker Championship €5300 High Roller – PokerNews.com

The first highlight of the 2017 partypoker LIVE German Poker Championships at the King’s Casino in Rozvadov has crowned a champion and it was partypoker team pro Anatoly Filatov, who emerged victorious in the 57 entry-strong field of the €5,300 High Roller. Filatov cut a deal with Benjamin Benoit and Czech Republic’s Van Tiep Nguyen before going from shortest stack to winner in less than an hour, taking home the trophy and a paday of €64,125.

Benoit, who hails from New Caledonia, a special collectivity of France located in the southwest Pacific Ocean, qualified for this very event through a €800 Live Satellite before the start of Day 1 and turned his entry into a payday of €80,000 while Nguyen also claimed €64,125 as part of the three-way deal.

Filatov just turned 29 years old two days ago, and the Russian became a sponsored pro for partypoker in March 2017 . Not even half a year later, the poker pro from Moscow added a second consecutive partypoker LIVE High Roller trophy to his collection. Filatov was part of a three-way deal in the partypoker MILLION Germany High Roller for €42,000 back in June 2017 and his live earnings now exceed $1.5 million, furthermore he also boasts more than $2.3 million in online poker tournament winnings.

Final Result €5,300 High Roller

Place Winner Country Prize EUR) Prize (USD) 1 Anatoly Filatov Russia 64,125 75,472 2 Van Tiep Nguyen Czech Republic 64,125 75,472 3 Benjamin Benoit France 80,000 94,156 4 Jack Sinclair United Kingdom 30,000 35,264 5 Moritz Dietrich Austria 20,000 23,509 6 Sander van Wesemael Netherlands 12,500 14,693

The registration and single re-entry period was open for the first four levels of 45 minutes each and among those to jump in were Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier and partypoker pro Marcel

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