We have a champion and his name is Stefan!
On the final hand of the tournament all-in preflop Nedelcho with pocket three lost to Stefan with pocket nines. Stefan Genchev takes down the title and the €35,000 first place prize. Nedelcho Karakolev takes the 2nd place purse of €21,000
Third place Milen Vasilev
Milen has bust in third place for a €16K payday. We are now heads up!
Blinds 40k / 80k / 10k. Interestingly, Stefan (chip leader) proposed deal and Milen (with the short stack) refused.
The final side event of the MPN Poker Tour Sofia, the Sunday Showdown might be named after our online freezeout on Sundays but there are a few important differences. For one thing, the live side event is a turbo. Aside from that it’s basically the same…
We’re currently at level 4 with the blinds 100/200. Late reg is still open for the next hour and a half. 49 of the 55 runners are still inn the hunt.
Fourth place and €12,370 for Stefan Penkov
In one of the first hands of the new level everyone folded to Stefan Penkov in the small blind, who moved all-in and Milen Vasilev from the big blind called. to Stefan for Milen Board: .
Stoyan Obreshkov takes 5th
Stoyan Obreshkov was still steaming after he lost a big pot to Milen Vasilev, 10s v 99s. The board ran out Q,9,J,8,J. It left him in a pretty dire chip stack situation and was eliminated by 2nd shortest stack Stefan…
Well Sometimes I Go Out By Myself…
Why don’t you come on over? Valeri Savov busts in 6th place. Valeri’s pocket 10s against the AKs belonging to Stefan Penkov An ace on the flop had Valeri looking across the water as the turn and the river didn’t…
Heeeeere’s Ur Bonas! Mantas Wins the Bulgaria Cup
Lithuanian, Mantas Urbonas, an online qualifier from Paf has won the Bulgarian Poker Cup. Mantas and Anne Meri from Finland, also a Paf qualifier were in a 30 minute heads up battle which saw Anne trying as hard as she…
Blinds 20K/40K Ante 5K 6 players remaining
Anne and Mantas are heads up for the remaining cash in the Bulgaria Poker Cup. The final three places paid €13,100. The final three agreed to take €4K each and play for the remaining €1,100.