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Poker: Barny Boatman wins the Paris EPT

The Parisian leg of the European Poker Tour, organized at the Palais des Congrès and sponsored by PokerStars, ended with the victory of a gaming legend, namely that of the British Barny Boatman.

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Poker: Barny Boatman wins the Paris EPT

The Parisian leg of the European Poker Tour, organized at the Palais des Congrès and sponsored by PokerStars, ended with the victory of a gaming legend, namely that of the British Barny Boatman. 26 years after his first place, Boatman recorded his biggest career gain and his first 7-figure win with 1,287,800 euros.

“I was very lucky in the remaining three game, my opponents were very strong today,” said the veteran, very emotional as he lifted the trophy. “It’s a fantastic tournament, especially when everything goes well over several days. It doesn’t seem real, it’s by far my best result in poker.” At 68, he becomes the oldest EPT winner in history and the 18th Briton to win this title (19th trophy after Victoria Coren Michell's double).

Vainqueur Barny Boatman (United Kingdom) 1 287 800€ 2e David Kaufmann (Allemagne) 804 750€ 3e Aleksejs Ponakovs (Lattonie) 574 850€ 4e Owen Dodd (United Kingdom) 442 150€ 5e Peter Jorgne (Suède) 340 100€ 6e Eric Afriat (Canada) 261 650€ 7e Amichai Barer (Canada) 201 250€ 8e Lorenzo Arduini (Italie) 154 800€ 9e Sindre Hansen (Norvège) 119 100€

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