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by Brendan Murray |  Published: May 19, 2009


European Poker Tour Copenhagen After five days of poker-fuelled madness in mid-February, the final of the European Poker Tour Scandinavian Open wrapped up in a calm, cool, and collected fashion. The players were friendly with each other but their game was cold and fast. A record 462 turned out for the event including many of the most notable pros, all seeking the €878,057 top prize. The main event was won by 19-year-old Finn Jens Kyllonen, while Swede Peter Hedlund was runner-up. Check this issue of Card Player for our features on the Scandinavian Open, including how the event played out and the thoughts of the winner, as well as the events surrounding it including the Scandinavian Poker Awards and the big fight between Gus Hansen and our cover star Theo Jørgenson. ♠ FTOPS Pays Out Over $15 Million The Full Tilt Online Poker Series XI kicked off on Feb. ...

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