Petar Zografov wins Eureka

Last Sunday, the 2012 the EPT (Eureka Poker Tour) Bulgaria finished on 10th June. Local player Petar Zografov won the event. The event began on 8th June, Thursday, in the Golden Sands Casino poker room and assembled a pack of 123 poker participants.

Zografov was happy after he defended the title for his country and he pocketed theā‚¬ 48,745 first prize after he ousted Algirdas Saveikis, the Lithuanian poker player in the final battle. The latter began the final along with a very low stack but he still secured to climb to final battle of the poker event by kicking out several players like Barnabas Nagy (8th), Ted Stoizenbach (3rd), Slaven Popov (4th) and Phil Ivey (5th).

Still, Salveikis was not really the preferred in the final. Still, the specialist in the top-stakes cash game Karlson was a part of the final as well as he held out the rage of Salveikis even though finally he was eliminated at 6th spot. In his pursuit to grab the award, Karlson ousted from the way. Raymond Rahme

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