Andreas Klatt wins the largest WSOP Europe PLO event ever and earns his first gold bracelet.
ROZVADOV, Czech Republic – (October 25, 2017) – The second event of the 2017 World Series of Poker Europe is in the books. Andreas Klatt took down the record breaking Pot-Limit Omaha event to capture his first career WSOP gold bracelet and the top prize of €56,400. The event was the largest Pot-Limit Omaha event in terms of number of entrants in World Series of Poker Europe history. The tournament drew 523 players, breaking the previous record of 503, which was set two years ago at Spielbank Berlin.
Two Germans and two Greeks rounded out the final four players in the tournament. Theodoros Aidonopoulos was eliminated in 4th place, followed by Georgios Zisimopoulos in 3rd place, which left the two Germans battling heads up for the Bracelet. In the end, Klatt would end up eliminating fellow German Nico Ehlers to earn the bracelet. Ehlers’ consolation prize was €34,860.
Finishing in 5th place was Sergio Fernandez. This marked Fernandez’s second consecutive final table at the series. He finished in 3rd place at Monday’s €1,100 Monster Stack final table. His two final table finishes have earned him a total of €61,914 on the series.
A full recap on Klatt’s victory will be made available shortly.
Final Table Results:
1st: Andreas Klatt - €56,400
2nd: Nico Ehlers - €34,860
3rd: Georgios Zisimopoulos - €23,979
4th: Theodoros Aidonopoulos - €16,809
5th: Sergio Fernandez - €11,985
6th: Krzysztof Magott - €8,700
7th: Michal Maryska - €6,433
8th: Vasile Stancu - €4,847