The 2022 PokerStars European Poker Tour presented by Monte-Carlo Casino®️ continued with the €50,000 No-Limit Pick’em, and after a chunk over twelve hours of play, Pascal Lefrancois emerged as the victor following a heads-up form out Seth Davies at the Monte-Carlo Wearing advanced on the French Riviera.
The occasion attracted 34 entrants to make a €1,649,340 prize pool, with the lion’s fragment going to Lefrancois who claimed the PokerStars Spadie alongside with a high prize of €505,774, whereas Davies took house €442,606 for his deep flee.
€50,000 No-Limit Pick’em Final Table Results
*denotes heads-up deal
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Mikita Badziakouski, Mikalai Vaskaboinikau, and Laszlo Bujtas all reached the remaining desk within the €100,000 Stout High Roller sooner than jumping into this Single Day High Roller. Nonetheless, they would all descend making an strive the cash.
Loads of gamers to fail to heed the cash included defending champion Matthias Eibinger and PokerStars Ambassador Sam Grafton who every made the remaining desk however failed to cash.
Badziakouski’s fetch rid of burst the bubble, with Lefrancois transferring to the pinnacle of the counts quickly thereafter. The Canadian continued to add to his stack after Timothy Adams ran ace-jack into ace-king, which eliminated Adams in sixth.
The winner and runner-up of the sooner €25,000 Single Day High Roller possess been subsequent to hurry. Runner-up in that occasion Daniel Dvoress used to be followed out the door by winner Yuri Dzivielevski, every gamers eliminated by Seth Davies.
Mike Watson instant looked to dart up his stack, having laddered his capacity into three-handed play, however lost out to Lefrancois to bust in third.
Lefrancois and Davies straight away agreed to a deal, negating the want for heads-up play. Lefrancois held over double the chips as Davies, and thus got the larger amount and the PokerStars trophy which comes with the title.
Maintain tuned as the PokerNews team brings you more coverage from the French Riviera, alongside side the upcoming €25,000 High Roller and the ongoing EPT Monte Carlo €5,300 Fundamental Tournament.