It also closes EPT stop France, while the action was in Australia for the Aussie Millions, which can be considered a success if we take into account the low expectations that this tournament was up.
With respect to the results has been a German, who led the tournament on day 2 and finished second on day 3, which won the championship: Moritz Kranich.
In the same way that French assistance to the tournament was massive (about 50% of the field was) one would expect the final table. 5 of 8 participants were Gauls. The rest, almost like a joke (just missing the Spanish), a German, an Italian (and we’re used to seeing one in almost all the final tables of major events) and a Dutchman.
Finally, I played heads-up German and French Kranich Esquevin (which came with a very low stack at the final table). After several folds Shoven and came to the final hand in which was subtracted Esquevin again and this time it was paid. Showed French and German Ac 3s Ad 7h, the board 5s Td 6d 9c Ah did not help the runner-up who lost his hand very much dominated.
The awards were as follows:
1 º. Moritz Kranich (€ 851,000)
2 º. Arnaud Esquevin (€ 495,400)