WhatIfGod wins back-to-back EPT On the internet Main Events

WhatIfGod wins back-to-back EPT On the internet Main Events

The final table final evening

There was a time when nobody thought there would be a double EPT winner, now Swedish player ‘WhatIfGod’ has carried out it back-to-back and by winning the identical event twice.

He took down the EPT Online Principal Event last evening, the very same occasion he won last year for more than $1 million. Not only is that the exact same occasion, but also the final two EPT Primary Events that have taken place due to the fact of lockdown.&nbsp

He defeated a difficult field of 401 other players and a final table that included bencb, Christoph Rudolph, Daniel Dvoress and PSPC Champion Roman Colillas, to capture the $363,640 initial prize.&nbsp

WhatIfGod becomes only the third player in history to win two EPT Primary Events, alongside Vicky Coren-Mitchell and Mikalai Pobal.&nbsp

Position Player Prize
1st WhatIfGod $363,640
2nd Ramon Colillas $276,741
3rd Christoph ‘WATnlos’ Rudolph $210,608
4th Daniel ‘Oxoto’ Dvoress $160,279
5th Eduardo850 $121,977
6th excellent dant $92,828
7th Benjamin ‘bencb789’ Rolle $70,645
8th OrpTheTurk $53,763

Next up for PokerStars is the Winter Festival which starts on Christmas Day.&nbsp

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