Daniel Dvoress Wins €25,000 NL Hold’em II at EPT Paris

Last Updated on February 20, 2024 Author:Stefan Nedeljkovic

Daniel DvoressSummary:

  • Daniel Dvoress has won the €25,000 NL Hold’em II at EPT Paris after going into overtime.
  • The Canadian poker pro scooped up a first-place prize of €444,840.
  • Swedish Niklas Astedt grabbed the second prize of €291,600 followed by Hungary’s Tamas Adamszki who came in third with €211,400.

Hosted by the emblematic Le Palais des Congres, the 2024 PokerStars European Poker Tour (EPT) Paris has already set the scene for several exciting victories since February 14, the day that marked the start of the much-anticipated event.

So far, six poker champions have been crowned, raising the greatly desired PokerStars Spadie trophy.

Canadian poker prodigy Daniel “Oxota” Dvoress with two WSOP bracelets on his list of victories is in the lead as the top earner of the series after winning €25,000 NL Hold’em II.

Dvoress Grabbed the €444,840 First Prize

Dvoress, who has an 18 GPI ranking and boasts total live earnings of close to $28,470,000, managed to outplay a field of no less than 62 strong contenders and finally secured a whopping €444,840 first prize.

He was followed by Sweden’s Niklas Astedt who took home a runner-up prize of €291,600 and Hungarian player Tamas Adamszki, who won the third prize and bagged €211,400.

Just days before, Dvoress finished in the seventh position at the €25,000 NL Hold’em I, a position that brought him another €63,000.

First Title of the Year

The Canadian poker superstar is currently ranking fourth on the country’s all-time money list. By now grabbing the first title of the year, the player has successfully strengthened his position as one of the undisputable top poker players in his country.

Using exceptional skill and strategic thinking, he managed to navigate his way all the way to the top.

The 14-hour marathon over the weekend was not enough for a winner to be decided. The final three players came back and resumed the gameplay after playing another eight levels of Sunday’s €50,000 EPT Super High Roller.

Dvoress and his opponents had to switch gears in just five minutes, after being up past 4 a.m. the night before at the end of nine long and exhausting hours on the felt.

The massive first prize on the line proved to be a good stimulus and allowed Dvoress to employ his exceptional poker skills in the heads-up battle that followed.

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