Radoslav Průcha took down the ParadisePoker Tour Prague after topping a field of 230 players for a payday of €30,000.It was an all-Czech final as two natives battled it out for first place, but it was not to be for Luboš Galuška as although he started off well, in the end he had to settle for €21,300 and second place.The final hand came when Galuška raised from the button with 4 3 and Průcha called. The flop came 10 7 2 and both players checked. The turn was the A and Průcha check-called Galuška’s bet. The river then fell the A , Průcha checked, Galuška moved all in and Průcha called flipping over 10 9 to win the pot and the entire event.Průcha said, “I had some good hands right at the start of heads-up and won a few chips. He lost a few pots and he started to get a bit nervous. He was extremely aggressive but he didn’t have the cards to back it up, so I was able to take advantage of that.“I’ve been playing poker for a number of years so to win an event like this is fantastic.”Here are the final table payouts and results:1. Radoslav Průcha (Czech Republic) €30,000 2. Luboš Galuška (Czech Republic) €21,300 3. Mariusz Chrusciel (Poland) €14,000 4. Tibor Boros (Hungary) €9,150 5. Bernd Wachter (Germany) €6,000 6. Salim Alibas (Germany) €4,900 7. Ivan Buchbauer (Czech Republic) €4,100 8. Jiří Vojta (Czech Republic) €3,500 9. Petr Hlaváček (Czech Republic) €2,900 The €550 buy-in main event which featured a €125,000 guaranteed prize pool took place at Prague’s Card Casino, Czech Republic from Mar. 2 to 6. It was another Czech, David Huspeka, who took down the same stop in season I of the ParadisePoker Tour last year.
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