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Anton Wigg Wins EPT Copenhagen (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

Anton Wigg Wins EPT Copenhagen
Article ID 00043215
Author Rebecca McAdam
Date JULY 27 2022
In the early hours of Monday morning in Denmark, the PokerStars European Poker Tour found its champion after one of the Tour’s longer running final tables. It didn’t help that nine players began the day instead of the usual eight. However with the departure of Denmark’s Magnus Hansen, the EPT had its final eight once more. After hours of play filled with a mix of surprise twists and turns and periods of folding, eight became one, and 22-year-old Anton Wigg [pictured right] from Sweden took home DKK 3,675,000 (€494,000) for first place. It seemed as if it was slipping away from the young pro at times when heads up against Italian Francesco de Vivo. However, he never lost sight of his goal, and after four hours of heads-up play Wigg was crowned champion. The final hand began with a raising war between Wigg and De Vivo, which resulted in Wigg shoving the rest of his chips in and De Vivo making the call. Wigg showed A J while De Vivo revealed K 10 . The board was painstakingly dealt Q Q 9 2 8 and De Vivo had to settle for second place and DKK 2,275,000. Anton Wigg said, “It just feels so wonderful right now. I was in real trouble many times but I kept my cool and told myself never to give up and I am so proud to have come through.” This is Wigg’s first cash on the EPT but his name may be familiar from taking down the European Masters of Poker Barcelona last Summer and making a final table of a PCA side event last month. With his latest win he also gets a seat in the EPT Grand Final in Monte Carlo. This final table was not just about the Swede and the Italian however. Seven others’ hearts were broken as the day progressed including that of three Danes and Welshman Roberto Romanello . The Full Tilt pro made the wrong move at the wrong time and walked straight into Wigg’s aces, resulting in his exit in sixth place. But there were plenty of other stories like that along the way from 423 to 1. Here are the final table payouts: First Anton Wigg (Sweden) PokerStars qualfier DKK 3,675,000 Second Francesco De Vivo (Italy) DKK 2,275,000 Third Morten Klein (Norway) DKK 1,400,000 Fourth Yorane Kerignard (France) PokerStars qualifier DKK 1,050,000 Fifth Richard Loth (Denmark) DKK 715,000 Sixth Roberto Romanello (Wales) DKK 570,000 Seventh Morten Guldhammer (Denmark) PokerStars qualifier DKK 425,000 Eighth Jesper Petersen (Denmark) PokerStars player DKK 282,800 Ninth Magnus Hansen (Denmark) DKK 215,000 The PokerStars European Poker Tour now moves on to Berlin for the first time ever. The €5,300 buy-in main event will run from Mar. 2-7 in conjunction with Spielbank Berlin at the Grand Hyatt hotel in Potdamer Platz. As usual Card Player will be bringing you daily updates and news, not to forget live feeds to blogs and videos from our friends at PokerStars.

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